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Diabetes Supplements

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Heart-Smart Supplements
Aug 1, 2004 | 
Diachrome, a patented combination of chromium picolinate and biotin, significantly lowers coronary risk factors in type 2s. According to a small study presented at an American Heart Association meeting, Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis and Vascular Biology (ATVB), held in May in San Francisco.
Vitamin E Supplementation Is Ineffective in Some Cases
Jan 1, 2003 | 
A recent study conducted as part of the Heart Outcomes Prevention Evaluation (HOPE) trial found that vitamin E supplementation had no effect on cardiovascular disease, other coronary risk factors, or kidney disease in middle-aged and elderly people with diabetes.
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Can You Combine Lipitor With Vitamin-Supplements?
Mar 1, 2002 | 
Q: My husband is on insulin and he takes Lipitor (a statin). To help with his diabetes, he has taken vitamin E (400 I.U. daily) for several years and vitamin C (500 mg daily). A recent news report said that taking vitamin E and vitamin C with statins could do more harm than good to the heart when taken in high doses. Are these doses that my husband is taking considered high? I also read that vitamin E is very beneficial to people with diabetes. Should he stop taking vitamins E and C?
Herbs, Supplements & Vitamins: What to Try and What to Buy
Aug 1, 2001 | 
Everyone, including your neighbor, manicurist and racquetball partner, seems to be jumping enthusiastically onto the "supplement bandwagon." Should you and your diabetes climb aboard?
New Chromium Picolinate Supplement for People with Diabetes
Jun 1, 2001 | 
Nutrition 21 has announced the introduction of a dietary supplement that has been shown to help improve the absorption of glucose in the body.
North American Ginseng Works on BGs
Dec 1, 2000 | 
Chai-Na-Ta Corporation of Langley, British Columbia, announced on September 12 that a research study using its North American Ginseng significantly reduced the blood glucose level of patients with type 2 diabetes.
Cinnamon Increases Metabolism Twenty Fold
Dec 1, 2000 | 
"Taking a quarter to a full teaspoon a day of cinnamon, perhaps in orange juice, coffee or on oatmeal, may prevent or at least delay type 2 diabetes," say researchers at the U.S. Agricultural Research Service's nutrition labs in Beltsville, Maryland.
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