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Our latest research articles concerning Diabetes; these cover a range of topics about this condition including:

  • Alternative treatmentfor Diabetes
  • Alternative Diabetes Type 2 treatments
  • Niacinamide for Diabetes type 2

Did you know…

  1. There are 3 types of Diabetes; Type 1, Type 2 and Gestational Diabetes (this only affects pregnant women)
  2. The majority of people with Diabetes have Type 2; alternative treatment for diabetes type 2 are becoming increasingly popular
  3. If Diabetes is not controlled, it can impact every aspect of your body, including your weight, eyesight, skin and organs.
AM summer diet

Summer diet for antiaging and overall health

15 June 2024

As we head in the summer season it’s the perfect time to make changes to your lifestyle and diet to…

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An intermittent fasting journey to reverse type 2 diabetes

19 December 2023

The eating plan called intermittent fasting has recently been described as a journey to reverse type 2 diabetes. Intermittent fasting…

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Dr. Jonathan Wright details niacinamide

13 October 2022

Since 1976, Jonathan Wright, M.D., has written about the latest natural healing discoveries in his books, newsletter, and magazine articles,…

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Roast dinner celebration

Overindulging at Christmas – burps, blow offs and bloating

10 January 2022

Happy Christmas to one and all! It’s the festive season where people tend to overindulge and regret it the next…

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Diabetes dial with arm on an alarming level

Can we halt the rise in diabetes by 2025?

5 August 2021

This year sees the 100th anniversary of turning diabetes from a death sentence to a condition with the use of…

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Extreme close up of red blood cells

Controlling blood glucose reduces your risk of deadly diseases

25 February 2020

By Leslie J. Farer The incidence of high blood sugar has been escalating at an alarming rate: more than nine…

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A person holding up an EpiPen, getting ready to inject into their stomach

Could a pill replace insulin injections for Diabetes treatment?

12 February 2019

Researchers are developing a new pill that administers insulin straight into the stomach wall. Could this mean that injections will…

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Diabetes Type 1 Diagnosis written down on paper surrounded by pills

Hope for Diabetes sufferers: Scientists discover cells in the pancreas that could be manipulated into producing insulin.

17 January 2019

A new strategy for treating Type 1 Diabetes could represent a new therapeutic approach to restore the function of the…

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Diabetes Type 2 text on paper magnified with glasses next to a syringe

Type 2 diabetes, obesity may soon be reversed with gene therapy

28 September 2018

New research demonstrations that gene therapy can completely reverse markers of type 2 diabetes and obesity in rodents. According to…

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A broccoli shaped like a brain with carrots coming off of it

Can Broccoli Extracts Significantly Reduce Blood Sugar in Diabetics?

19 June 2017

Doctors could soon be prescribing broccoli; a supplement containing concentrated broccoli extract could prove to be essential to those suffering…

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