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Resveratrol Makes Gut Bugs Produce Antidiabetic Compounds

| March 29, 2017 | Comments (0)

As I mentioned in an earlier post here, the bacteria we carry in our gut play a crucial role in our metabolic health. The beneficial kinds could lower the risk of type 1 diabetes, while helping to prevent chronic inflammation and insulin resistance, regulate blood sugar levels and support healthy immune function. Kinds of plant […]

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Re-Thinking The Cause Of Type 1 Diabetes

| March 27, 2017 | Comments (0)

The conventional view of type 1 diabetes is that it develops when the immune system mistakenly attacks the beta cells in the pancreas, which produce insulin. Various theories have been put forward on the cause of this immune system malfunction, which appears to involve both genetic and environmental components. But what if the fault doesn’t […]

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How Far Should We Play God With The Pancreas?

| March 24, 2017 | Comments (0)

Type 1 diabetes is a serious condition that develops when the immune system attacks beta cells in the pancreas, which normally produce insulin. Although some people with type 1 diabetes may still be able to make a bit of insulin, it is insufficient to control blood sugar levels, so daily insulin injections are a lifelong […]

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Don’t Use Victoza To Prevent Diabetes

| March 22, 2017 | Comments (0)

Between normal blood sugar readings and those that will get you a diagnosis of type 2 diabetes, there is something of a grey area. It is called prediabetes – and, as I pointed out here, it’s one of those conditions that has primarily been invented to sell more diabetes drugs. In a new, placebo-controlled study, […]

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Sulphonylurea Drugs Could Damage Your Heart

| March 20, 2017 | Comments (0)

Sulphonylurea drugs, like glimepiride (Amaryl) and glibenclamide (Daonil), are given to people with type 2 diabetes, to boost insulin production. Next to metformin, they are the most commonly prescribed class of diabetes drugs, accounting for 8.5 million prescriptions in England alone last year. But sulphonylureas have a major drawback – they seriously raise the risk […]

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Failing NHS Is Missing Heart Attack Signs

| March 17, 2017 | Comments (0)

In the last few months we have heard one gloomy announcement after another about the state of the UK’s National Health Service, the NHS. The Care Quality Commission or CQC – the body that regulates health and social care services in England – considers the whole system to have reached a “tipping point”. One more […]

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High-Fat Ketogenic Diet Helps Combat Diabetes Risk Factors

| March 15, 2017 | Comments (0)

As I mentioned in an earlier blog post here, scientists at Newcastle University showed in 2011 that a very low calorie diet – a mere 600 calories a day – can restore insulin production in the pancreas and reverse insulin resistance, in people with type 2 diabetes. But 600 calories a day is, in effect, […]

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