A Natural Answer for Diabetes?Not enough attention has been given to chromium. Its role is vitally important in today’s society of over-consumption of processed foods and high intake of carbohydrates. It’s thought that due to the typical American diet,… Read More “Trace Mineral Chromium Helps Type 2 Diabetes”
Thiamine’s main role in the body is to break down and utilize carbohydrates. Carbohydrates break down into glucose which the body then uses as energy. In order for this process to occur, enzymes must be present. The enzyme that carries… Read More “Thiamine Deficiency, Carbohydrates & Autoimmune”
Is Splenda SAFE for Diabetics? New evidence says NO!Splenda states that their product is safe for diabetics, per their website: “Even though SPLENDA® Brand Sweetener starts with sugar, it goes through a process that changes it into a no-calorie, … Read More “Splenda NOT So Splendid!”
Type 2 Diabetes Now Affecting ChildrenType 2 diabetes has reached epidemic proportions in the United States, and the statistics continue to grow with no change in site. To make matters worse, type 2 diabetes is no longer a disease… Read More “Type 2 Diabetes Now Affecting Children”
Vitamin B12 Deficiency Prevalent in the USBecause a large portion of people suffer from gastrointestinal disturbances such as: constipation, diarrhea, and heartburn, it is more than likely that a Vitamin B12 deficiency (or a subclinical deficiency) is far… Read More “Vitamin B12 Deficiency”
Is Chromium Picolinate Safe?Many people are confused about different types of chromium (or other minerals for that matter). These different “forms” refer to the delivery mechanism of the mineral into your body. However, there is now a debate regarding… Read More “Which Chromium is Best for Diabetes?”
Flushing Niacin Proved EffectiveInsulin-Dependent Diabetes Mellitus (IDDM) is a form of diabetes that accounts for nearly ten percent of all the diabetes cases currently in the USA. However, unlike typical type 2 diabetes, which usually manifests during adulthood, IDDM… Read More “IDDM and Niacin”
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