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Bar Spotlight: ZenoBar Startup by Diabetic Founders Offers New Bars With 3-4 Net Carbs

 

SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 12, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Zeno Nutrition has introduced three new flavors -- Strawberry Nut, Almond Nut, and Cocoa Chip -- which feature a delicious selection of nuts and seeds while keeping the bars' ultra-low net carbs and keto status. ZenoBars remain unique among the legion of energy bars through their use of the revolutionary sweetener allulose and a resistant dextrin binder made from organic tapioca. The result is a bar with the sweetness of sugar but with a minimal effect on blood sugar or insulin levels.

ZenoBars are available at Amazon.com and zenobar.com as 3-packs, 6-packs, 12-packs, and 24-packs.

ZenoBar is the first vegan energy bar specifically targeting tens of millions of people with low-glucose goals -- pre-diabetics, diabetics, and those following a ketogenic, low-carb, or paleo diet. ZenoBar's two diabetic cofounders tested over 2,000 different recipes for glycemic impact using their glucose meters.

The natural flavors in ZenoBars come from pure plant ingredients including diced almonds and pecans, sunflower and pumpkin seeds, cocoa powder, and organic strawberries.

Key attributes of ZenoBars:

  • Keto
  • Vegan
  • Non-GMO
  • Gluten-free
  • Soy-free
  • Dairy-free
  • 3-4 net carbs
  • 8 grams fiber

"At ZenoBar, we are on a mission to help spread the health benefits of a plant-based, low-carb lifestyle," said Russell Long, a cofounder of the company in San Francisco. "A high-fiber, low net-carb diet helps keep blood sugars low and supports long-term health."

Susan Papuga, the Chicago based cofounder, said, "Because of our sensitivity to carbs it was easy to see the glycemic effect from different ingredients and other brands of bars. ZenoBar has the lowest glucose response of any bar we've tried."

About Zeno Nutrition
Zeno Nutrition was first conceived by Russell Long, Ph.D., an environmental activist, entrepreneur, and former America's Cup skipper, and Susan Papuga, a vegan health advocate who worked diligently to create the Zeno formulas. They were astounded by the number of energy bars in the market which spiked their blood sugars and set out to make a bar that helps keep insulin and glucose levels low and slow. Thousands of test strips later, ZenoBars were given a thumbs up by members of our keto and diabetic communities.

SOURCE Zeno Nutrition

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Black Tea May Fight Off Diabetes

A new study has linked a lower risk of type 2 diabetes to black tea consumption

At this rate, we expect anyone who regularly drinks green or black tea to become bionic from all their health benefits. The good news keeps rolling in: those who regularly drink black tea have a lower risk of diabetes.

The study analyzed 50 countries with the most black tea consumption, reports WebMD. The countries that drank the most black tea? Ireland, the U.K., and Turkey. Based on a mathematical mode to determine black tea consumption and the link between various diseases — cardiovascular disease, cancer, respitory and infectious diseases — those countries have much lower levels of type 2 diabetes.

Of course, this isn't strong enough research to prove a cause and effect relationship, but it's still hopeful news. The Atlantic points out that black tea is chock-full of flavanoids that are good for the pancreas, which could be the reason for a lower risk of type 2 diabetes. Black tea is also more highly fermented than green tea or white tea, says WebMD, and the brewing process releases some of those flavanoids. Either way, we'll take a sip to this news.

Full Article @ TDM

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Can Berry Wine Treat Type 2 Diabetes?

In the test-tube study, researchers compared the nutritional value of 19 different wines and found a blueberry-blackberry blend to be most effective for blocking carb activity. They identified a compound that can help decrease blood sugar as it blocks enzymes that regulate carbohydrate absorption in the blood.

Scientists then compared the carb-blocking powers of two wine enzymes — alpha-amylase and alpha-glucosidase — to a commonly prescribed diabetes drug acarbose, manufactured by Bayer as Precose. One enzyme was 91.8 percent as effect as acarbose in blocking carb absorption while the other was actually more effective than the prescription drug. According to the National Institutes of Health, acarbose is an effective diabetes treatment because it slows the breakdown of food into glucose. Slowing food digestion is key to maintaining blood sugar levels after a meal.

Full Article @ EverydayHealth

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Nail Polish, Hairspray Linked to Diabetes

Bad news for the well manicured: If the cosmetics you slather yourself with contain phthalates, you may be more likely to get type 2 diabetes. A new study finds a link between the man-made chemicals—which can mimic human hormones and are found in everything from nail polish to shampoo to hairspray—and the disease. Women ages 20 to 80 were studied, and those whose urine contained the highest concentration of the chemicals were almost twice as likely to have diabetes as those with the lowest concentrations.

Even those with moderately high levels had an increased risk of about 70%, the Daily Mail reports. Researchers hypothesize that phthalates might mess with the metabolism of fat tissue, thus leading to insulin resistance, often a precursor to diabetes. But your self-tanner and moisturizer may not be doing all the damage: The researchers did note that phthalates aren't exclusively used in cosmetics; you'll find them in everything from vinyl flooring to food packaging to toys. You can tell if your favorite soap contains phthalates by reading the label's ingredients list.

Full Article @ Newser

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