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Vitamin D May Prevent Diabetes

Photo Credit Ma Guihua

Photo Credit Ma Guihua

Do you take vitamin D?

Vitamin D deficiency has been linked to type 2 diabetes and heart disease, two illnesses that commonly occur together and are the most common cause of illness and death in Western countries.

Both disorders are rooted in chronic inflammation, Continue reading

 

Inflammation Linked with Type 2 Diabetes: Yale

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How does insulin resistance happen among those with type 2 diabetes?

Yale researcher have identified the molecular mechanism by which insulin normally inhibits production of glucose by the liver and why this process stops working in patients with type 2 diabetes, leading to hyperglycemia. Continue reading

 

American College of Nutrition Conference in October

Eight interactive symposia, award ceremonies, and access to the latest research in nutritional science will highlight the 55th Annual Conference of the American College of Nutrition (ACN), being held October 15-18 in San Antonio, Texas.

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Drastic Diet Change Can Reverse Diabetes

By Dr. Mark Hyman

 

According to a study, a dramatic diet change (protein shake, low glycemic load, plant-based low-calorie diet) in diabetics reversed most features of diabetes within one week and all features by eight weeks.

 

That’s right, diabetes was reversed in one week. That’s more powerful than any drug known to modern science. Continue reading

 

How to Reverse Diabetes

By Dr. Mark Hyman

What most don’t realize is that pre-diabetes and diabetes exist on a continuum and both dramatically increase the risk of heart attacks, stroke, cancer, infertility, sexual dysfunction, depression and dementia. Continue reading

 

Can Diabetes Be Reversed?

By Dr. Mark Hyman

 

What if intensive diet and lifestyle changes could reverse diabetes?

 

Drugstores all have large diabetes sections offering support for a “diabetes lifestyle”—glucose monitors, lancets, blood pressure cuffs, and medications.

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