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My Raw Vegan Diet Path

ShareMy path to a raw vegan diet of primary fruits and vegetables was littered with potholes. First, my family strongly believed that eating completely raw vegetables would have serious ramifications on my health and diabetes. Second, how do I overcome the craving for cooked foods? The first few weeks were very difficult. I was often tempted to start gorging on …

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Famous Diabetics: Rich and Enduring a Life Unfulfilled

Famous Diabetics

Sharehttp://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/j-jayalalithaa-jayalalitha-dead-aiadmk-apollo-ecmo-diabetes-cardiac-arrest/1/829240.html An important lady with diabetes died in India this week. She was only 68. Beautiful, clever, powerful and rich, but even the best medicines in the world could not rescue her. A sad ending to an amazing story of someone who was loved by millions of people. Details of her health were not publicly known until their mention in a …

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Diabetes Type 2 and AIDS

Share What do Diabetes and AIDS have in common ? One answer is inflammation. Dr. Garry Fettke has an interesting presentation about how one cause of inflammation is modern food, in a video called A “Nutritional” model of the Inflammation and Modern Disease. The supposition with AIDS/HIV is that the cells of the body are inflamed. The immune system is …

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Diabetes, the Multiple Destroyer and Me

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ShareI have been diabetic for almost forty years. The disease/disorder is caused by inadequate or inefficient control of blood sugar by the pancreas, an organ located in the abdominal left side of the human body. Within the pancreas lie tiny islets called the Islets of Langerans, which produce an enzyme called Insulin, which checks blood sugar from getting out of …

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Sniffer Dogs.

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ShareSixty-five-year-old grandmother, Joy Milne, sniffed out people who had Parkinson’s just from the T-shirts they had worn over night. She could identify the patients merely from the scent they left behind as they slept. It all started with the disease developing in her late husband, Les. According to Metro, Milne thought that her ability to sniff out the disease was run of …

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Diabetic Patients Insulted by English MP

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Share About a week before Diabetes Awareness Day 14th November 2015, an English MP publicly apologised for saying diabetes could be avoided “through good diet and exercise”. Caroline Mortimer reported this on 9th November 2015 in www.independant.co.uk It is a good thing that the MP apologized,and that misconceptions are revealed and reported. Obviously the general level of knowledge about diabetes is …

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