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Reduce Insulin, Cure Diabetes, Reduce Obesity


Share Reduce insulin, reduce your disease. Increase insulin, increase diabetes. Diabetes has been labelled a chronic disease and if you have taken medicine, then you know the sugars initially are not so bad and as you take the medication, your sugar actually starts to come down a bit. However, over the years the effects off the medication slowly reduces and …

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Pandemic, Pre-diabetes, Weight, Mindset, Lifestyle

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Share Pandemic and diabetes? No way?? When you are talking about people – not tens of hundreds, but hundreds of thousands – then ‘yes way!’ Millions of us on the Planet have pre-diabetes (impaired glucose tolerance), which means our bodies’ insulin can’t keep up with our lifestyles. This puts us at high risk of joining the three million people who …

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DI, The Other Diabetes


Share DI isn’t as well known as Type 1 and Type 2, but you should know about it. Unrelated to the more common diabetes mellitus, DI is a serious condition which occurs when the brain doesn’t produce enough antidiuretic hormone (ADH, also known as arginine vasopressin or AVP), called ‘cranial DI’, or the kidneys don’t respond to normal levels of …

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Pancreatic Cancer, Avert It!

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Share Pancreatic cancer is caused by an abnormal growth within the large digestive system gland. The pancreas is a gland in the abdomen that secretes digestive enzymes into the gut and other hormones, including insulin, into the blood. Around 50% of all new cases of pancreatic cancer occur in over-75’s and it’s less common in people under 40. The most …

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Bursitis and Diabetes Pressures

Bursitis of the Knee Joint

Share The bursa is a fluid-filled sac under the skin, usually over the joints, which acts as a cushioning area around tendons and bones. Bursitis occurs when this covering becomes inflamed. The main symptoms include pain, swelling, tenderness and the joint under the bursa may feel stiff and the surrounding area may be red and warm. The pain is described …

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