Apr 21

Natural Help for Diabetes:

The Best Years in Life) Diabetes is a metabolic disorder in which blood-sugar (glucose) levels are above normal—either the body doesn’t produce enough of the hormone insulin, which breaks down sugar in the blood, or it cannot utilize its own insulin properly. Diabetes can cause serious health complications including blindness, kidney failure, heart disease, and even limb loss. The good news is that if you are one of the 20.8 million Americans struggling with diabetes (type 1 and type 2 combined) there are natural approaches to help avoid these life-threatening conditions. Continue reading »

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Apr 21

It is true that “iodine is a key element in fighting diabetes” and so is chromium.

Those ‘iodine doctors’ give huge doses of iodine per day to their diabetes patients.

I don’t find that necessary.

If taking iodine one should also take selenium.

Dr. David Brownstein: ‘Iodine: Why You Need It, Why You Can’t Live Without It’

Sherri Tenpenny, DO: The Many Disorders That Come From Iodine Deficiency (Video)

Dr. Jorge Flechas, MD: Whole Body Iodine Sufficiency (Video):

‘You Don’t Know The Definition Of Brilliant Until You’ve Seen A Child Whose Been Born With Iodine’

Radio Liberty Host Dr. Stanley Monteith Interviews Dr. Jorge Flechas: The Many Benefits Of Iodine In The Body

Iodine: Universal Nutrient – Iodine, Cancer And Fibrocystic Disease

Dr. David Brownstein: Iodine, The Most Misunderstood Nutrient – Dr. Edward Group: Everything You Need to Know About Iodine (Videos)


Latest Study: Diabetes Drugs Do Not Work; Diet and Exercise are Still Best:

According to a recent study the latest “magic bullet” drug therapy for diabetes and heart disease does not come close to working as advertised. In fact, researchers found that the combination of the high blood pressure drug valsartan and the anti-diabetes drug nateglinide failed to reduce the risk of heart attack at all and valsartan was only slightly successful in slowing the development of type II diabetes.

Lead researcher Robert M Califf from Duke University School of Medicine stated: “This is a sobering confirmation of the need to continue to focus on lifestyle improvements.” Continue reading »

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