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Vitamin C May Lower Diabetes Risk, While Gum Disease May Indicate It

Abundant dietary vitamin C may lower the risk of developing type 2 diabetes, say researchers from the Institute of Metabolic Science at Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge, England.

Comments 2 comments - Sep 4, 2008 - * * * *

Vitamins and Supplements: Taken For Health Or Taken For A Ride?
Vitamins and Supplements: Taken For Health Or Taken For A Ride?

Does anyone living in our well-nourished country, eating a reasonable diet, really need to take vitamins, minerals, or herbs? Should a person with diabetes take them? If so, which ones and how much? When it comes to supplements, the answers are often unclear.

Comments 20 comments - Apr 23, 2008 - * * * * *

Vitamin D May Lower Risk of Type 2 Diabetes Up to Forty Percent
Vitamin D May Lower Risk of Type 2 Diabetes Up to Forty Percent

Previous research has found vitamin D deficiency to be associated with impaired beta cell functioning and insulin resistance, and it's been suggested that vitamin D reduces the risk of type 2.

Comments 0 comments - Dec 8, 2007 - * * * *

Cinnamon Again: What's It Do For Type 2s?
Cinnamon Again: What's It Do For Type 2s?

In a recent three-month study, 43 non-insulin-dependent people with type 2 diabetes were given either a daily dose of 1000 milligrams of cinnamon or a placebo.

Comments 24 comments - Nov 15, 2007 - * * * *

Omega-3 Lowers Risk of Type 1 Diabetes by 55 Percent in High Risk Group
Omega-3 Lowers Risk of Type 1 Diabetes by 55 Percent in High Risk Group

Old-fashioned cod liver oil supplements in infancy have already been associated with a decreased risk of type 1 diabetes among Norwegian children, who are apparently given the omega-3-rich, albeit nauseating, tonic on a regular basis.

Comments 3 comments - Oct 30, 2007 - * * * * *

Stevia and the Food and Drug Administration: A Tangled Tale

Stevia is a natural sweetener made from the leaves of a South American herb, Stevia rebaudiana Bertoni, commonly known as sweetleaf or sugarleaf.

Comments 7 comments - Oct 24, 2007 - * * * *

Big News About Vitamin B and Diabetes

People with type 1 or type 2 diabetes have about three-quarters less thiamine (vitamin B) in their blood than people without diabetes, according to new research out of Warwick Medical School in England. And it's not because they're not eating enough thiamine.

Comments 4 comments - Aug 25, 2007 - * * * * *

Selenium May Set You Up for Type 2 Diabetes

Selenium has been touted as an anti-oxidant that may improve a variety of conditions from cold sores to arthritis; there are even a few ongoing studies that are testing it as a cancer preventative.

Comments 0 comments - Aug 3, 2007 - * * * * *

Cinnamon Puts the Brakes on Post-Pudding Blood Sugar Swings
Cinnamon Puts the Brakes on Post-Pudding Blood Sugar Swings

If you like cinnamon on your pudding, you could be in luck. In a Swedish study of fourteen healthy pudding-eating subjects, a teaspoon of cinnamon sprinkled on top dampened the post-meal blood glucose rises usually seen after a pudding fest.

Comments 0 comments - Jul 6, 2007 - * * * *

Recent Research on Chromium Supplements: Some Work and Some Don't
Recent Research on Chromium Supplements: Some Work and Some Don't

In a recent Dutch study, researchers gave either a placebo or a daily dose of 400 micrograms of chromium in the form of chromium yeast to 57 obese, insulin-requiring type 2 patients with A1c’s above eight percent.

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