Kidney Infection

Treating Type 2 Diabetes: A Tale of Two Brothers

…type 2 diabetes recommended by his conventional physicians, who dismissed the idea of controlling infection with sugar and blood glucose with supplements. He was plagued with diabetic neuropathy and kidney problems, had several amputations, and died in his early 60s of diabetes-related complications. Two…

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Put Your Own Stem Cells to Work for You

…anesthesia—which makes discomfort minimal. And because the process is done using sterile “closed system” technology, there is very little risk of infection. Better still, since the cells are derived from the person’s own body, there is no chance of disease transmission or rejection. Bountiful Benefits…

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Knock Out a Top Cause of Diabetic Complications

If you have diabetes, what I’m about to tell you in this blog post could prevent you from having a premature heart attack, save your eyesight, kidneys, legs, and nerves—even save your life. Diabetes has a devastating effect on virtually every system in the body, which sets the stage for a variety…

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Smile With Confidence, Even If You Have Diabetes

…throughout the body. Most people know that elevated blood sugar puts you at greater risk for heart disease, vision loss, nerve damage, and impaired kidney function. But people often don’t recognize the link between diabetes and other health problems, including periodontal disease. According to the CDC…

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How to Boost Circulation

…water, and oxygen to every part of your body. It takes antibodies and other immune cells to areas of infection, carries heat from inner organs out to the skin, and transports waste products to the kidneys for elimination from the body. When your circulation is impaired, all of these functions may be compromised…

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The Many Health Benefits of Coconut Oil

…evidence that coconut oil will help you lose weight. As for its ability to improve thyroid function, protect against osteoporosis and cancer, dissolve kidney stones, relieve symptoms of peptic ulcers, colitis, gallbladder disease, and more, all I can say is that I can find no scientific data to justify a…

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Let's Talk About Type 1 Diabetes

…, untreated individuals with type 1 diabetes are extremely thirsty, drink copious amounts of fluids, and urinate excessively. This is because the kidneys, in an attempt to keep things in balance, excrete as much excess glucose via the urine as they possibly can. People with type 1 diabetes are often…

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