Fighting the Fires Inside

In All Health Watch, Diabetes, Featured Article by INH Research3 Comments

A brand new study – just released in medical journal Cell – shows that dietary fat can combat some of today’s worst diseases. But that doesn’t mean any old fat is good for you. It’s vital that you eat the right kind of fat. And avoid the “bad” kind.

That’s because dietary fats either combat – or trigger – a biological process that may be the root cause of many of today’s most dangerous illnesses.

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Canadian Scientist Breaks Diabetic Dilemma

In All Health Watch, Diabetes, Featured Article by INH Research7 Comments

Scientists believe that a cure for diabetes may be on the horizon.

Dr. Christian Stohler, Dean of the University of Maryland, has reviewed that “cure.” And he calls it a “paradigm-changing” discovery.

"The treatment and diagnosis of [diabetes] is poised to take a dramatic leap forward because of this research," says Dr. Stohler.

As we reported on Tuesday, Dr. Hans Michael Dosch is leading research on the project for the University of Toronto.

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Defeating Diabetes: The Battle Is On

In All Health Watch, Diabetes, Featured Article by INH Research11 Comments

There may finally be good news for the millions of people with diabetes. That’s because Toronto scientists believe they have made an incredible breakthrough. They were able to instantly correct insulin levels in mice… using a widely available household herb.

Dr. Hans Michael Dosch is a professor with the University of Toronto, where he heads up research. He’s a 30-year veteran who gained international repute after performing the first thymus transplant in Europe.

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Blood Glucose — Know Your Number!

In Blood Pressure, Diabetes, Featured Article, Heart and Cardiovascular by Natural Health Dossier7 Comments

When it comes to blood sugar, the closer you can keep it to the normal range of 80 to 89 mg/dL the better.  For years I have been warning that blood sugars even in the 90 to 100 range show that you are becoming insulin resistant and on your way to diabetes.  A recent study done on 47,000 Kaiser Permanente patients validated this observation.

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