An Allergy Preventive Diet

An Allergy Preventive Diet Why do we need an allergy prevention diet? Because in recent years, we have seen both food and seasonal allergies dramatically increase in adults. Allergies are an indication of gut health, and may be a sign of internal inflammation. They...

Maternal Diet, Lifestyle Affects Baby via Breast Milk

Maternal Diet, Lifestyle Affects Baby via Breast Milk (Source) Breast milk is considered to be the most appropriate nutrition for newborn babies and young infants. New data show that maternal diet, lifestyle affects baby via breast milk. Breast milk participates in...

Ongoing Insulin Freedom for Type 1 Diabetic Child

Ongoing Insulin Freedom for Type 1 Diabetic Child Health-e-Solutions comment: This case study resulting in ongoing insulin freedom for a type 1 diabetic child was not performed using #TheRomanDiet, but there are many similarities to the approach. The results using...

Tight Control Restored Insulin Secretion at Diagnosis of Type 1

Tight Control Restored Insulin Secretion at Diagnosis of Type 1 (Source) New study focuses on isolated islets of Langerhans. They found that keeping blood sugars under tight control restored insulin secretion at diagnosis of type 1 diabetes, and this can extend the...

BMP7 Creates Insulin-Producing Cells

BMP7 Creates Insulin-Producing Cells (Source) BMP7 Creates Insulin-Producing Cells. This agent could make transplants more available in patients with type 1 diabetes, improve insulin resistance. In type 1 diabetes, the insulin-producing islets cells of the pancreas...

This Fat Increases Your Inflammation

This Fat Increases Your Inflammation (Source) In his first book, Inflammation Nation, Dr. Chilton describes the dramatic changes in America’s food supply over recent decades. One of these changes has been the type of oils used by food companies as they’ve sought to...

The Type 1 Diabetes Stages

The Type 1 Diabetes Stages (Source) A common question at diagnosis is, “Could this have been coming on for a while?” The usual answer is, “No, Type 1 diabetes comes on very suddenly, in a matter of weeks, as the body’s beta cells suddenly die out under attack from the...

What the Heck is Nutritional Yeast?

What the Heck is Nutritional Yeast? (Source) Nutritional yeast: neither the word “nutritional” nor the word “yeast” conjures up mouthwatering images, but the truth is, its nutritional value makes it a compelling ingredient to consider. So what is it, why use it, and...

Type 1 Diabetes Immunotherapy Deemed Safe in First US Trial

Type 1 Diabetes Immunotherapy Deemed Safe in First US Trial (Source) In the first U.S. safety trial of a new form of type 1 diabetes immunotherapy (T1D), led by UC San Francisco scientists and physicians, patients experienced no serious adverse reactions after...

Newborn Probiotics May Lower Type 1 Diabetes Risk

Newborn Probiotics May Lower Type 1 Diabetes Risk (Source) Association was only found in those with the highest genetic risk of the disease. Adding probiotics — good bacteria — to an infant’s feedings in the first month of life may reduce the risk of...

Type 1 Diabetes Prevention with TUDCA, Phase-1 Trial

Type 1 Diabetes Prevention with TUDCA, Phase-1 Trial (Source) A phase-1 trial for type 1 diabetes prevention with the FDA-approved drug, TUDCA has begun. TUDCA affects a molecular pathway that contributes to the malfunction of insulin-producing pancreatic beta cells...

Gut Bacteria to Block Type 1 Diabetes Progression

Using Gut Bacteria to Block Type 1 Diabetes Progression (Source) “Our findings suggest potential strategies for using normal gut bacteria to block progression of insulin-dependent diabetes in kids who have high genetic risk,” says principal investigator...

All About Insulin!

All About Insulin Health-e-Solutions comment: This excerpt from an excellent article writer Michelle A. Cissell, Ph.D., All About Insulin gives a brief history of the discovery and development of insulin in its current multi-varied forms. We agree with her comment,...

Rescuing Intestinal Stem Cells from Type 1 Diabetes Attack

Rescuing Intestinal Stem Cells from Type 1 Diabetes Attack (Source) Up to 80 percent of people with long-standing type 1 diabetes develop gastrointestinal symptoms – abdominal pain, bloating, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, constipation and fecal incontinence...

$10 Million for Type 1 Diabetes Cure Research

$10 Million for Type 1 Diabetes Cure Research (Source) Sean Parker gave $600 million to a foundation with his name on it the summer or 2015 and $24 million December 0f 2014 to establish an allergy research center, also bearing his name. He gave $10 million toward a...

Reduced Early Pathogen Exposure Linked to Type 1 Diabetes Rise

Reduced Early Pathogen Exposure Linked to Type 1 Diabetes Rise (Source) The as yet unexplained global rise in type 1 diabetes may be linked to reduced early pathogen exposure. The findings, collating data from three major international studies and presented at the...

Type 1 Diabetes and Thyroid Disease Risk

Type 1 Diabetes and Thyroid Disease Risk (Source) Link between ‘sister diseases’ is rooted in immune system problem, expert says. People who have type 1 diabetes are more likely than others to develop an autoimmune thyroid condition. Though estimates vary,...

Four-Drug Mixture Curing Type 1 diabetes

Four-Drug Mixture Reverses Type 1 Diabetes in Mice – Curing Type 1 diabetes (Source) Call it the scientist’s version of happy hour: A new, four-drug cocktail has shown a novel ability to reverse established Type 1 diabetes in some mice, University of Florida Health...

Higher GI Foods May Cause Type 1 Diabetes Progression

Higher GI Foods May Cause Type 1 Diabetes Progression (Source) Abstract CONTEXT: Dietary factors may trigger or exacerbate the autoimmune disease process. OBJECTIVE: Our objective was to examine dietary glycemic index (GI) and glycemic load (GL) for association with...

Islet-Cell Transplants – Curing Type 1 Diabetes

Islet-Cell Transplants – Curing Type 1 Diabetes (Source) Five months after Susan Weinberg’s wedding, her diabetes became so severe that even eight shots of insulin a day could not prevent a horrific car accident. “I was lucky I didn’t kill myself or kill someone...

Sugar May Increase Type 1 Diabetes Risk Too

Source) Most people know that sugar consumption increases the risk of type 2 diabetes. But sugar may increase type 1 diabetes risk too. Several studies have found that children consuming large amounts of refined carbohydrates and/or sugar have an increased risk of...

Salt a Cause of Autoimmune Diseases?

(Source) What started as a detailed study of the inner workings of one kind of immune cell has led two teams of researchers from New England to a surprising insight: a high-salt diet may increase risk of autoimmune diseases, such as multiple sclerosis and psoriasis....

Second Trial for Type 1 Diabetes Insulin Vaccine

Health-e-Solutions comment: Is there a cure for type 1 diabetes? Although this is not considered a cure, and despite the significant hurdles that remain, an insulin vaccine is one of the most promising strategies to prevent type 1 diabetes, with major advantages...

Diabetes, Insulin Resistance, Macrophages, Beta Cells

This is difficult reading but well worth wading through to catch the broader picture of how inflammation culminates in insulin resistance which results in beta cell loss in both type 1 diabetes and type 2 diabetes. Perhaps there is a clue here for #CuringType1Diabetes...

Single Gene Mutation Results in Type 1 Diabetes

(Source) A study out of Switzerland has shown that a single gene called SIRT1 may be involved in the development of type 1 diabetes (T1D) and other autoimmune diseases. The study, “Identification of a SIRT1 Mutation in a Family with Type 1 Diabetes,” was...