Category: Diabetes

Alpha Lipoic Acid for Diabetic Neuropathy

Posted by Alex Jimenez
The Emerging Role of Alpha Lipoic Acid for Diabetic Neuropathy

The term peripheral neuropathy refers to a condition characterized by damage ...

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Overcoming Diabetic Neuropathy

Overcoming Diabetic Neuropathy

Posted by Dr. John
Overcoming Diabetic Neuropathy

If you have had diabetes for several years, or even if you are pre-diabetic, the latest research has ...

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One-Third of Slim American Adults Have Pre-Diabetes

Posted by Dr. John

THIN PEOPLE CAN HAVE DIABETES, TOO!

It’s often assumed that in order to develop type 2 diabetes, you have to be ...

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SUGAR:  Is It Really That Bad?

Posted by Dr. John

The Sugar Hype

You add it to your morning cup of coffee or tea. You bake it into pastries, cakes, and ...

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Prediabetes & Obesity: Growing Problem of Peripheral Neuropathy

Posted by Dr. John

Studies Reveal Peripheral Nerve Damage Begins with Pre-diabetes and Obesity

Peripheral neuropathy may be more common in patients with pre-diabetes than ...

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WHAT IS THE CONNECTION BETWEEN GLUTEN AND NEUROPATHY?

Posted by Dr. John

Did you ever let your foot fall asleep and suffer first from numbness and then from a tingling, pins-and-needles sensation ...

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Obesity and Diabetes

7 Steps to Reverse Obesity and Diabetes 

Posted by Dr. John
Diabetes and Obesity affect EVERY other American and one in four kids?

Type 2 diabetes or pre-diabetes. Type 2 diabetes in ...

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70 % OF ALL DIABETICS WILL DEVELOP PERIPHERAL NEUROPATHY UNLESS YOU KNOW THIS…

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Diabetes Runs in My Family. Does that Mean I’ll Get it? 

Posted by Dr. John

Is Type 2 Diabetes Hereditary?

My mom has Type 2 diabetes, and it also runs in my dad’s side of the ...

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HALF OF ADULTS IN THE U.S. HAVE DIABETES OR PRE-DIABETES

Posted by Dr. John

According to a study published in JAMA (Journal of the American Medical Association) in September 2015, nearly 50% of adults living in the U.S. ...

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