Alleviate High Blood Sugar with Cinnamon, Chromium and Bitter Melon

Alleviate High Blood Sugar with Cinnamon, Chromium and Bitter Melon (Source) The first step to alleviate high blood sugar is to stop eating any refined sugar or white sugar. Read packaging for hidden sugars in processed foods such as corn sweeteners. Or better yet,...

Diabetes and Morning High Blood Sugar

(Source) For people taking insulin for diabetes, blood sugar levels are often elevated in the morning (hyperglycemia). This is likely caused by inadequate amounts of long-acting insulin before dinner or at bedtime. Morning high blood sugar is referred to as either the...

Inescapable Toxins

Inescapable Toxins Health-e-Solutions comment: As the Canadian study discussed in this article, Inescapable Toxins, by Jon Barron makes clear, exposure to toxins has become inescapable. Now more than ever we must recognize that regular and continual detoxing has...

The Diabetes Echo Effect

Diabetes Echo Effect Health-e-Solutions comment: This article by Jon Barron, Diabetes Echo Effect, provides a unique word picture for the pathogenesis of type 2 diabetes: an amplifying system of “echos” from the initial “sound” of insulin resistance. The supplements...

Can Beta Cells Regenerate Through Nutrition?

Can Beta Cells Regenerate Through Nutrition? (Source) Health-e-Solutions comment: Can Beta Cells Regenerate Through Nutrition? Nearly all of the studies listed are on alloxan-induced diabetic rats. This research is encouraging, but much more research must be done to...

Gemnema Sylvestre may Help Treat Type I Diabetes

(Excerpt) Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus or “insulin-dependent diabetes” is a chronic illness that we’re told is irreversible. Most natural approaches to diabetes treatment and reversal focus on Type 2 because it is easier to manage or even reverse. But...

Supplements for the Disease That Ages You Twice As Fast

(Excerpt) According to an interesting statistic from the University of Michigan, more than 25 million Americans could be aging twice as fast as the rest of us. (1) Could you be one of the statistics? Well, if you suffer from diabetes, it’s quite possible. Diabetes is...

The Doctor Is In: The Dawn Phenomenon

By: Dr. Mona Morstein www.drmonamorstein.com The physiological event known as the “Dawn Phenomenon” (DP) is a frustrating effect for nearly every diabetic patient, whether they have T2, T1.5, or T1.  The DP is the main reason fasting glucose levels are usually the...