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Functional Medicine and Diabetes: How to Treat the Root Cause
The conventional medical approach for treating type 2 diabetes has proven inadequate. Read on to learn why Functional Medicine is the most effective first-line strategy for managing type 2 diabetes.
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Diabesity: The #1 Cause of Death?
Diabetes and obesity share the same underlying causes and, in many cases, they’re entirely preventable. Despite that, diabesity and related diseases are becoming increasingly fatal in the United States. Find out more.
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RHR: What’s the Best Diet for Diabetes?
If you have diabetes, you’ve probably gotten contradictory advice on which diet can help you manage it. While there isn’t one diet that will work for everyone, there are some changes you can make today...
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Could a Gluten-Free Diet Reduce Your Risk of Diabetes?
As the prevalence of diabetes continues to rise, prevention becomes increasingly important. Recent studies measure the effects of gluten on diabetes risk.
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Could Type 1 Diabetes Be Reversible After All?
Type 1 diabetes is characterized by the loss of insulin-producing 𝛽 cells in the pancreas and has largely been thought to be irreversible—until now.
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How a Paleo Diet Can Reverse Metabolic Syndrome
Metabolic syndrome precedes type 2 diabetes and heart disease. Read on to find how the Paleo diet can improve body weight, lipid panels, and insulin resistance, with positive results in as little as two weeks.
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RHR: Is It Possible to Prevent (Or Reverse) Type 1 Diabetes?
Antibodies to GAD are a predictor of risk and progression to the autoimmune form of diabetes. Find out what these antibodies are and how they predict your likelihood of developing diabetes.
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The Roundup
Here is The Roundup, Edition 53, bringing you the best health research, news and paleo recipes from around the web from the past two weeks!
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When Gluten-Free Is Not a Fad
Gluten intolerance is “fake”—at least according to many recent news stories. But what does scientific research have to say? Could it be a legitimate condition that may be even more common than currently recognized?
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