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Eat, Drink, Test and Be Merry

Last month I excitedly reported that a march on Washington had been announced. However, it grew so fast that the planners had to step back and take a second look. They are now calling it a "Political Impact Rally," and the date might be changing. For more information, a toll free number has been set up by volunteer Robin Harrison. Call (888) 253-7144 to find out more about this emerging, grassroots advocacy campaign.

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Another Good Reason To Drink Coffee

People who have a difficult time recognizing when their blood sugar is dropping may have to look no further than a cup of coffee for help.

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Diabetes More Common In Milk-Drinking Countries

Finland consumes more cow's milk than any other country and Finnish people have the highest incidence of diabetes in the world-40 cases per 100,000 people. This is about six times higher than the frequency of diabetes in France. The French drink much less milk and have only 7.5 people with diabetes per 100,000 among the Caucasian population.

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Water: What You Drink Can Change Your Life

As a doctor living with diabetes for more than 25 years and caring for more than 8000 people with diabetes, I know that diabetes can, though does not need to, cause accelerated aging of the vascular and nervous systems. Eating the best foods, including plenty of fresh raw vegetables and fruits, taking vitamins and anti-oxidants, controlling blood sugars, blood pressure and cholesterol are all crucially important in keeping healthy with diabetes. But there has been one element left overlooked by most people: water.

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Drinking & Diabetes

Researchers in Paris have discovered a possible link between alcohol and diabetes (European Journal of Medicine, October, 1992). Using a routine health check of over 7000 workers (excluding people previously diagnosed with diabetes and pregnant women), alcohol consumption was compared with blood glucose levels after adjusting for other risk factors.

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Nitrates in Drinking Water Linked to Diabetes

The results of a recent study conducted in Colorado suggest that the exposure to low levels of nitrates in drinking water may play a role in the development of insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus.

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