Heart and kidney benefits come from Angiotensin Converting Enzyme Inhibitors. Well know for a long time.
Category Archives: Diabetes
Diabetics know that their blood glucose numbers are important, since all forms of diabetes present as some amount of difficulty in maintaining proper glycemic control i.e. maintaining the blood glucose level. Shamefully, those involved with the relevant clinical assays have not made matters easy to understand. Continue reading
This is junk science because… Continue reading
It is estimated that 80 percent of type 2 diabetics are overweight. It’s not clear who came up with this figure, or–more importantly—how it was determined. Perhaps it is tied in with modern medicine’s love for cataloging risk factors, especially simplistic ones. Cynics might go even further, suggesting that risk factors do a much better job of selling drugs than preventing diseases, but we digress.
“A problem that cannot be defined in scientific terms cannot have a scientific solution.” Continue reading
By Sandy Szwarc, BSN, RN, CCP
The media has been quick to report, verbatim from the press release, of a new study finding that high fructose corn syrup (HFCS) could be contributing to a global epidemic of type two diabetes. Continue reading
This past week, two startling admissions came out of Harvard. Continue reading
NEW research linking a diet high in sugar and processed foods to brain shrinkage has prompted a rethink on safe blood sugar levels. Continue reading
A group of chemicals found in household plastics and medical supplies is linked to higher rates of diabetes in women – up to double the rate for women with the highest levels, according to new research led by Harvard scientists. Continue reading
In this HND piece, I examine some new thinking in health care, and I don’t necessarily mean “alternative” medicine, either—unless we are talking about REAL alternatives to the current “disease care” model of health care. Continue reading