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CAM Therapy Popular With Diabetics

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Type 2s Not Getting Enough Vitamin D
Type 2s Not Getting Enough Vitamin D

Italian researchers say that approximately three out of every five people with type 2 diabetes show signs of vitamin D deficiency.

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Nutritional Supplements Specifically for Type 2s
Nutritional Supplements Specifically for Type 2s

Blaine Pharmaceuticals of Fort Wright, Kentucky, has announced the availability of its DiaSense family of nutritional supplements specifically for those living with or at risk for type 2 diabetes.

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Chromium May Enhance Muscle Sensitivity to Insulin
Chromium May Enhance Muscle Sensitivity to Insulin

A study published in the February 2006 issue of the Journal of Nutrition says that chromium prompts muscles to become more efficient.

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Supplement Addresses the ‘Root’ of Diabetes Problem
Supplement Addresses the ‘Root’ of Diabetes Problem

Insulow is an all-natural oral supplement that, according to its manufacturer, “addresses the root of the problem for diabetics and pre-diabetics: the correct balance between insulin production and glucose uptake.”

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Intensive Control Plus Nicotinamide Improves Control in Newly Diagnosed Type 1s

For people who have been newly diagnosed with type 1, Italian researchers suggest that intensive insulin therapy (ITT) coupled with nicotinamide for two years improves metabolic control.

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It’s Good for Us
It’s Good for Us

Even though an adequate dietary intake of magnesium may alleviate the risk of cardiovascular disease, most Americans still consume magnesium at levels well below the recommended daily allowance (RDA).

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Banaba (Lagerstroemia speciosa L)
Banaba (Lagerstroemia speciosa L)

Banaba is a variety of crepe myrtle that grows in the Philippines, India, Malaysia and Australia. A tea made from the leaves is used to treat diabetes.

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Holy Basil (Ocimum sanctum)
Holy Basil (Ocimum sanctum)

Holy basil, or Ocimum sanctum, is an herb native to India and is regarded as one of the most important plants used in Ayurvedic medicine.

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Ivy Gourd
Ivy Gourd

Ivy gourd (Coccinia indica) is a unique tropical plant that is a member of the family of Cucurbitaceae. It grows well in India and Thailand as well as in tropical areas such as Hawaii.

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