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When a person with Diabetes type 2 loses weight, they often see very significant improvement in their diabetic control, cholesterol and other factors. While reducing excess body fat is important, it can be very challenging. In an effort to help … Continue reading
Do you think cinnamon helps control Diabetes Mellitus Type 2? Do you sprinkle cinnamon on some of your food with the belief that this will help control your blood sugar? This study “Potential Benefits of Cinnamon in Type 2 Diabetes” … Continue reading
People with Diabetes (type I and type II) are at higher risk for developing Heart Attacks than the general population. Many people believe they can mitigate this risk by taking Fish Oil supplements. This study completed in Milan shows you … Continue reading
Do you think research may someday enable people with Diabetes to avoid the need to continually test their blood sugar and take multiple injections. The article below describes new research in animals in which a nano-network is injected which provides … Continue reading
Can you get Diabetes from eating too much sugar or too much fat? Can excess body fat cause Diabetes type 2? In an attempt to answer this question, researchers studied middle age mice on different diets and also examined the … Continue reading
Diabetes News:End of the diabetes jab? Scientists find insulin-boosting hormone that could do away with daily injections
Are there alternatives to Insulin for people with Diabetes Mellitus type 2. At the present time, people with Diabetes type 2 who cannot be controlled on oral agents will need insulin. Despite having high levels of insulin initially to combat … Continue reading
The article below describes a subtle anti-fat bias in which doctors provide the same advice, spend the same amount of time with patients regardless of their body weight but fail to establish rapport. There were previous reports in which patients … Continue reading
People with Diabetes type I have antibodies that destroy the beta cells of the pancreas that produce insulin. C peptide is present when the pancreas is still capable of making some insulin. Some people believe C peptide by itself helps … Continue reading