Posts Tagged: diabetes

Sea Salt Spray Heals Diabetic Ulcers

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As I blogged about last week… I love treating skin issues. I love taking care of skin, and I love supporting skin healing. As a physician, skin is like magic to me.   In medicine, we see the miracle of skin repair all the time:   You can cut it during surgery, and it will… Read more »

Fat Shaming Causes Disease… But It Doesn’t Have To

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Fat shaming (not obesity itself!) directly increases a person’s risk for metabolic syndrome and subsequent health issues, a new study finds.   And why is there fat shaming in the first place? As I will go over below, there is an incredible wealth of medical research showing that having a higher BMI is actually advantageous… Read more »

This supplement decreases diabetic pain (and decreases asthma flares too!)

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I’ve already told you about a recent study that shows low Vit D is a risk factor for developing diabetes. Today’s medical literature review further confirms the role of Vitamin D in not just preventing diabetes, but actually treating diabetic pain once it has already developed…. …after just ONE DOSE!   Which is huge. Because… Read more »

Cut Your Risk Of Diabetic Retinopathy In Half… Easily

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Vision loss from diabetes is becoming a massive world wide problem, increasing by 65% in the past 20 years.   In 2010, over 4 million people world wide suffered from vision loss and blindness due to diabetes. But there is a very easy, holistic, inexpensive way to cut those numbers in half. Imagine saving the… Read more »

Prevent Diabetes with Magnesium Supplementation

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Several recent studies suggest that a high intake of magnesium can cut your risk of developing diabetes in half!   Prediabetes (fasting glucose in the 100 – 125 mg/dL range) has been thought to progress almost invariably to diabetes without major lifestyle changes in diet, activity level and even sometime prescription drug intervention. But is… Read more »

Avoiding The Sun Is Actually More Deadly Than Smoking

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A recent article, published in the Journal of Internal Medicine on March 16, 2016, found that folks who avoided sun exposure had a decreased life expectancy, similar to smokers who bathed in the sun.   This study looked at almost 30,000 participants (females ages 25 – 64 year old with no history of malignancy) over… Read more »

Vitamin D decreases Diabetes Risk

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  As last week’s blog post highlights, Vit D is an important supplement for whole body health.   I’m not a huge advocate for taking a lot of pills, vitamins, supplements or prescription medications, but there are two supplements I feel there is so much positive medical literature on that they are my *go to*… Read more »