Tag: diabetes

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Lifestyle, not age, rules cognitive function…

…whether you are 18 or 80. Yes, I know it is hard to believe this statement but…

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PUFA metabolites may trigger diabetes type I

Type I diabetes is known as an autoimmune condition. Namely, for some “unknown” reason(s) the beta-cells of…

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Vitamin B1 as a potential treatment for Alzheimer’s Disease (AD)

After decades of denial that AD is a metabolic condition, Big Pharma and Big Govt, are silently…

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Malnutrition (fasting) or protein deficiency sufficient to cause diabetes

Yet another study that should give a pause to all health care providers who push their patients…

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SHBG may be a good test for liver (metabolic) health

A very good study, which probably runs counter to the “mantra” most bodybuilders adhere to – i.e….

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PUFA cause obesity, diabetes, autism, Alzheimer’s disease, anxiety, and depression

The title is an actual quote from the article, so there is no editorializing on my part…

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Even briefly elevated lactate is a “master” cause of chronic diseases

The title of the post actually does not do justice to how strongly the study authors word…

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Endotoxin (LPS) drives obesity, diabetes and CVD in young people

It looks like medicine is starting to change course on its attitude to endotoxin (LPS). After claiming…

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Lactate is a key driver of diabetes/obesity, by promoting inflammation

A great study, demonstrating that in diabetes (just as in cancer) the so-called Warburg Effect (aerobic glycolysis)…

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Vitamin D may prevent/delay Type I diabetes

Vitamin D seems to be trying to take aspirin’s crown as a universal drug away. The study…