Blockbuster Weight-Loss Drug Linked to Serious Kidney Issues

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Joseph Mercola Semaglutide, the blockbuster drug being used for weight loss, is slated to bring in more than $10 billion in annual sales but serious adverse e!ects are emerging. A study using data from Eudravigilance, Europe’s system for analyzing adverse reactions to medications, found a high prevalence of gastrointestinal disorders among users. Other semaglutide patients […]

Vitamins and Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus

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Roxana Valdés-Ramos et al. Microsoft Word – CDT_IEMD_CONTENT.doc The present review evaluates the relationship between type 2 diabetes mellitus and individual orcombined vitamins. Antioxidant vitamins A, C and E are found decreased in diabetic subjects, possibly due to an increased need to control the excessive oxidative stress produced by abnormalities in glucosemetabolism. On the other […]

Diabetes Mellitus and the 12 Tissue Salts

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William Boericke and W. A. Dewey A writer explains the biochemic treatment of diabetes as follows: Lactic acid is composed to Carbonic acid and water, and must be split up on its way to the lungs. This is done by the catalytic action of Sodium phosphate in the blood. Any deficiency of Sodium phosphate will […]

Diabetes Mellitus from the Perspective of Anthroposophical Medicine

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Matthias Girke On the background of the three-fold human organism, type 1 and type 2 diabetes mellitus appear as a polarity. In type 1 diabetes action of the nerve-sense system is dominant. In type 2 diabetes action of the will in the metabolic-limb system is restricted. In terms of the human biography, type 1 diabetes […]

Understanding and Managing Type 2 Diabetes

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Ann Childers … As a psychiatric physician, I am not a diabetes expert, but I have learned a lot about it in the twelve years since I became ill, and I continue to learn. When new information comes along that seems worthwhile, I share the it, even if it contradicts prior information. Most importantly, I […]

Defeating Type 2 Diabetes

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Brenda Davis … Essentially the product of diet and lifestyle, type 2 diabetes is an insidious disease, often going undetected for many years. Globally, type 2 diabetes accounts for over 90 percent of all diabetes cases. The rise in diabetes runs roughly parallel that of overweight and obesity, with risk doubling in those who are […]

Vitamin C: Evidence, Application and Commentary

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Melissa Ge et al. Vitamin C is classically seen as a vitamin taken in small doses to prevent scurvy and support the immune system. However, there is increasing evidence show- ing that vitamin C has a much greater role to play in human health, particularly when supra-physiological doses are administered either orally or intravenously for […]