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Going To The Grocery? Making A List Will Help You Make Better Choices.

By on October 13, 2015 in Diet & Nutrition, From the Web with 0 Comments
Going To The Grocery? Making A List Will Help You Make Better Choices.

Americans are increasingly shopping from places other than grocery stores — like warehouse clubs and convenience stores — and have been purchasing unhealthier foods, according to a new study. According to Dr. Ichiro Kawachi, chair of social and behavioral sciences at Harvard School of Public Health in Boston, “The typical supermarket these days is carefully […]

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The Metformin and B12 Deficiency Connection

By on June 15, 2015 in Diabetes with 0 Comments
The Metformin and B12 Deficiency Connection

Do you have diabetes and experience tingling and pain in your hands or feet? Is it diabetic neuropathy or could you be suffering from B12 deficiency instead? The symptoms can mimic each other. Metformin is the first line pharmaceutical in the treatment for Type 2 Diabetes worldwide. The benefits of this drug have been established. […]

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Metformin safe in Mild to Moderate Kidney Disease

By on June 5, 2015 in Diabetes with 0 Comments
Metformin safe in Mild to Moderate Kidney Disease

Do you have diabetes along with mild kidney disease and your doctor had you stop Metformin but now finding your diabetes hard to control? Good news – a recent review has shown that Metformin is safe in mild to moderate kidney disease. Metformin is the first line drug treatment for Type 2 diabetes and is […]

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