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Type 2 Diabetes & Early Weight Loss

October 29, 2008 @ 2:17 pm

According to the Nov ’08 issue of Diabetes Forcast magazine, a new study says that there are lasting benefits in losing weight soon after being diagnosed.  “The weight loss leads to improved blood pressure and blood glucose control that should decrease the occurrence of the cardiovasculat complications associated with diabetes.  Researchers fouind that people who lost an average of 9.8 percednt of their body weight within a year and a half after diagnosis were better able to achieve their blood glucose and blood pressure goals.  What’s more, the study also found that future weight gain doesn’t negate the benefits of early weight loss.”

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Stress Relief

October 13, 2008 @ 9:30 am

There are some specific things you can do to support your body when dealing with anxiety and stress issues.  Here are some specific to decrease or eliminate:

  • blood sugar fluctuation
  • possible triggers: allergies, sensitivities; toxic household cleaning, laundry and personal care products; poor air quaility
  • sugar and chemical laden junk & processed foods
  • caffeine; alcohol
  • candida

Here are some things you should increase or improve:

  • Drink 6-8 cups of purified water daily
  • Omega-3 essential fats required for nerves
  • Stress relief/relaxation techniques
  • Consider herbs (ex. chamomile, valerian)
  • Deep-breathing techniques
  • Stress “burns off” vitamins and minerals, more may be needed
  • Exercise, activity, sunshine, outdoors, fresh air

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Resveratrol Studies in the News

October 3, 2008 @ 2:27 pm

In the October 2008 issue of Diabetes Forcast, pg. 34, a study funded by the National Institues of Health’s National Institute on Aging found that “mice treated with the compound (resveratrol) had stronger bones, fewer cataracts, better balance and motor skills, lower cholesterol, and less inflamation of the heart than mice that did not get the compound.  Resveratrol also mimicked the effects of dietary restriction in slowing age-related gene changes in the liver, fatty tissue, and skeletal muscles.”  To find out about a revolutionary resveratro product click here.

Resveratrol Studies Keep Coming In

@ 2:18 pm

In the October 2008 issue of Diabetes Forcast magazine p. 34, there is further evidence that resveratrol, as compound found in red wine, “prevents age-related problems in mice.”  A study funded by the National Institutes of Health’s National Institute on Aging found that mice “treated with the compound had stronger bones, fewer cataracts, better balance and motor skills, lower cholesterol, and less inflamation of the heart than mice that did not get the compound.  Resveratrol also mimicked the effects of dietary restriction in slowing age-related gene changes in the liver, fatty tissue, and skeletal muscles.”  To consider more about an amazing new resvertral product click here.

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