Fructose Increases Rate of Diabetes, Researchers say

 
 

Researchers from the Department of Preventive Medicine at the University of Southern California, published a global clinical study revealing a correlation between the consumption of fructose and the elevated risk of being diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, Dr David Perlmutter elaborates:

“Our analysis revealed that countries electing to use HFCS in their food supply have a diabetes prevalence that is 20% higher than that in countries that do not use HFCS (High Fructose Corn Syrup).”


Fructose Increases Rate of Diabetes Dr David Perlmutter Dr Perlmutter



Coffee Before Breakfast Affects Blood Sugar

Brittany Hambleton describes the results of a UK scientific investigation between sleep and coffee consumption, demonstrating the variability in blood glucose levels:

“Betts explained that until now, we didn’t really know how that coffee was affecting our bodies. More specifically, we were unaware how it was affecting our metabolism and blood sugar control...it can be said that these results could have ‘far-reaching’ health affects especially considering international love for coffee.”

Coffee Before Breakfast Affects Blood Sugar Brittany Hambleton The Hearty Soul

 

Raw Or Cooked Vegetables: What’s Best?

Dr Amy Myers comprehensively discusses the dietary advantages and disadvantages of eating raw vegetables and cooked vegetables, to garner maximum nutritional health:

“Your body breaks down and absorbs nutrients from raw vegetables and cooked vegetables in different ways. Cooking your vegetables affects nutrient quantity and quality because heating them alters their chemical composition. That can be a good thing!”

Raw Or Cooked Vegetables: What’s Best? Dr Amy Myers Amy Myers M.D


Antidepressants Heightens Prevalence of Diabetes in Pregnancy

Canadian medical researchers have found that pregnant women who took antidepressants for their diagnosed depression and or anxiety conditions, were more likely to develop gestational diabetes and experienced other pregnancy complications, writes Virgilio Marin:

“The risk was greatest among pregnant women who took venlafaxine and amitriptyline, which are linked to a 27 percent and 52 percent increased risk of the conditon. The team noted that the longer women used antidepressants, the higher the likelihood of developing gestational diabetes.”

Antidepressants Heightens Prevalence of Diabetes in Pregnancy Virgilio Marin Natural News

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