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 […]

Type 3 Diabetes: Metabolic Causes of Alzheimer’s Disease

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Amy Berger Some researchers believe the connection between impaired glucose metabolism, insulin signaling and AD is so strong that they refer to AD as “type 3 diabetes.” In fact, type 2 diabetes (T2D)—a condition stemming from broken glucose metabolism and insulin signaling—has been identified as an additional risk factor for developing AD. Moreover, the pathological […]

Treating Diabetes: Practical Advice for Combatting a Modern Epidemic

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Tom Cowan Diabetes is characterized by abnormally high levels of sugar or glucose in the blood, which spills into the urine, causing it to be sweet … Originally, doctors thought that diabetes was simply a disease of insulin deficiency, a disease in which the pancreas was unable to produce enough insulin to meet the body’s […]

I-CARE Insulin Resistance Treatment

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FLCCC Alliance Metabolic syndrome includes conditions like high blood pressure, high blood sugar, excess body fat around the waist, and abnormal triglyceride and cholesterol levels. More than 30% of adults in the United States meet the diagnostic criteria for metabolic syndrome. This condition increases a person’s risk for type II diabetes, heart attack, and stroke, […]

Artificial Sweeteners Linked to Obesity, Diabetes

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Joseph Mercola Artificial sweeteners promote metabolic dysfunction by interfering with learned responses that contribute to glucose control and energy homeostasis. They also destroy gut microbiota, induce glucose intolerance and interact with sweet-taste receptors expressed throughout your digestive system that play a role in glucose absorption and trigger insulin secretion.