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No, Gluten-Free Diets Do NOT Cause Diabetes: New “Study” Has Serious Flaws

By Lisa Egan Take a look at some headlines that have been flooding the internet [recently]: Gluten-Free Diets May Be Tied to an Increased Risk of Type 2 Diabetes Going Gluten Free May Raise Your Risk of Type 2 Diabetes Downside to Gluten-Free Diets: Diabetes Risk? Type 2 Diabetes Linked to Low Gluten Diets Gluten-Free […]

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New Study: Standard American Diet Causes Nearly Half of All Deaths from Heart Disease, Stroke and Type 2 Diabetes

By Carolanne Wright Contributing writer for Wake Up World It should come as no surprise that our diet plays a critical role in our health and longevity, but the sheer level of influence may come as a shock to you. A new study published in the March 7 issue of JAMA found that poor diet is responsible […]

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Could Antibiotic Use Lead To Type 1 Diabetes?

In a new study, researchers found that repeated treatments with antibiotics increased the risk of Type 1 diabetes in the rodents. [1] The finding is harrowing, considering that approximately half of all prescriptions written for antibiotics in the United States are inappropriate and that a recent study found that antibiotics are prescribed to children about twice as often […]

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62-year-old man REVERSES type-2 diabetes by cutting out pasta, bread

The next time somebody tries to tell you that type-2 diabetes is irreversible, simply point them to the incredible healing journey of Geoff Whitington, a UK man who was ultimately cured of his diabetic condition, thanks to the loving efforts of his two sons who helped lift their father out of the rut he’d been […]

Can Diabetes Cause Venous Insufficiency?

Can Diabetes Cause Venous Insufficiency?

There are numerous medical conditions that can lead to and are associated with venous insufficiency, though some of them are arguably more serious than others. One of the more serious associated conditions is diabetes, which while it may not directly cause venous insufficiency to develop, is definitely related in that it can greatly affect the […]

Obesity Will Soon Overtake Smoking as Principal Cause of Cancer

Obesity Will Soon Overtake Smoking as Principal Cause of Cancer

More than 2.1 billion people, or close to 30 percent of the global population, are overweight or obese, and obesity is responsible for about five percent of all deaths each year, worldwide.1 In the US, nearly one in five deaths is now associated with obesity. That obesity factors into your mortality risk isn’t so surprising […]

Dolphin Study Suggests Saturated Fat Could Help Prevent Diabetes

Dolphin Study Suggests Saturated Fat Could Help Prevent Diabetes

Foods high in saturated fats have been demonized for some time now, with high intake linked to heart disease and a variety of other health conditions, including obesity. But slowly we seem to be realizing that perhaps their “unhealthy” label has been prematurely and unfairly slapped on, and avoiding them could actually be leading to […]

Metabolic Syndrome: Why this Epidemic is Sweeping America (What you can do to stop it)

Metabolic Syndrome: Why this Epidemic is Sweeping America (What you can do to stop it)

There is an epidemic of metabolic syndrome sweeping across America. This may not mean much to the average person who doesn’t know exactly what metabolic syndrome is, but it’s a big deal.  “Metabolic syndrome is a “perfect storm” of conditions that include high blood pressure, abnormal cholesterol levels, increased levels of blood sugar, and a […]

VACCINE INJURY: First the Gut, Then the Brain

VACCINE INJURY: First the Gut, Then the Brain

Image credit Hundertwasser, Vase Tree Man, 1974 When we think about vaccine injuries such as autism and epilepsy, we generally consider a direct assault on the brain. But the reality may be far different where injury begins in the gut, leading to brain damage. This article will explore potential mechanisms of gut-brain injuries by vaccination. […]

The Common Issue that Could Spike Obesity and Diabetes Risk

The Common Issue that Could Spike Obesity and Diabetes Risk

Research funded by the Department of Health has revealed that losing just 30 minutes of sleep each night during the week can notably increase your risk of developing both obesity and Type 2 diabetes. We all know that sleep is important, but how important is it? To determine how a lack of sleep might affect […]