Apple Cider Vinegar: How It Could Reduce Your Risk of Diabetes
I don’t know about you, but nearly every day as I’m checking out the latest health news, I see countless articles about the benefits of apple cider vinegar. So much so that it appears to be nature’s magic potion. But, is this true? The Benefits... Read More
New Complication of Diabetes Discovered
Here we report a health breakthrough in the land of diabetes — which, unfortunately, is a place too many people call home. Diabetes comes with many complications, but its impact on the brain is often overlooked. Until now. Check out the latest ... Read More
Try This Natural Option for Improving Your Insulin Sensitivity
You’ve heard this health advice before, but here it is again: garlic is good for you. Garlic is a member of the lily or Allium family, which also includes onions and leeks. It is rich in a variety of powerful sulfur-containing compounds. These ... Read More
Keep Your Kidneys Healthy, and You May Be Protecting Your Heart, Too!
New research shows that ailing kidneys can harm your heart. And an ailing heart can cause damage to the kidneys.  Apparently, these two vital organs share a strong bond that has gone largely ignored in the medical community.  Your kidneys, of cours... Read More
Human Insulin Can Be Made From Safflowers
A Calgary-based biotech firm has just announced that it has found a way to make human insulin from safflowers.  The company, called SemBioSys, first began experimenting in the genetic modification of plant seed oils a number of years ago.  It used ... Read More
If Your Kidneys aren’t Functioning, Neither are Your Muscles!
If you’re finding that you have less strength in your muscles, it could be that your kidneys are not functioning as well as they should be. Those are the conclusions derived by Dr. Michael Shlipak of the San Francisco VA Medical Center — ... Read More
Could Resveratrol Protect Against Diabetes, Heart Disease — and Extend Your Life?
You may have heard of resveratrol — it’s the substance in red wine that helps give it its healthy characteristics. In past studies on the substance, resveratrol has been shown to have cancer-preventing properties. Now, thanks to new resea... Read More
Secondhand Smoke Could Trigger Glucose Intolerance
A recent study has just revealed yet another harmful effect of secondhand smoke. Should you be concerned? Possibly, as the link is tied to two serious conditions: glucose intolerance and diabetes.  The University of Alabama (Birmingham) study, which... Read More
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