Wiki’s Hyperinsulinemia Part 4

            This is the fourth and final segment of this series discussing what we find on the Wiki page on hyperinsulinemia, and you’re invited to check out the previous 3 articles which you can find on the listings on our articles page. The Wiki article on this is not a Read More …

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Wiki’s Hyperinsulinemia Part 3

          In this series we’ve been looking at the Wiki article on hyperinsulinemia to see how well the article understands this condition and to also share some of my own views of this based upon my own research. We left off talking about how so many people and so many papers Read More …

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Wiki’s Hyperinsulinemia Part 2

          I decided to have a look at the article on hyperinsulinemia on Wiki, to see how reliable a resource this is on the condition, although my expectations were on the low side prior to reading it.  I’m actually reading this for the first time as I write this, and we Read More …

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Hyperinsulinemia According to Wiki

            I talk a lot about the disease of hyperinsulinemia on here, and with good reason, as this is the cause of a lot of conditions, type 2 diabetes included.  In spite of the fact that we’ve been studying this for decades, there’s a lot misinformation about this in both Read More …

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Leptin and Type 2 Diabetes

            I’ve spoken about the role the hormone leptin plays in type 2 diabetes before in other posts but this one is a huge topic and certainly deserves its own article.  I speak about insulin excess a lot on here and the reason is that this plays such a huge Read More …

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Infection, Biofilm, and Diabetes

              I was reading an article today on scientists looking to mess around with bacteria so that they don’t produce as much biofilm, and this was touted as some sort of future potential breakthrough in treating bacterial infections.  I thought, this is a perfect example of how mercenary the Read More …

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Diabetes and the Aware Mind

          Most people go through life in a relatively unconscious state, where unconscious here refers to not one being conscious but rather not conscious enough of oneself.  Not being self aware affects every part of our life experience in a negative way, including our health.  This is something everyone needs to Read More …

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Insulin Resistance Vs. Hyperinsulinemia

          If you want to understand type 2 diabetes, it is important to understand the roles that the condition of  insulin resistance and hyperinsulinemia, or the diseased condition of high insulin levels in the blood.  People throw around the term insulin resistance without really thinking much about it, and this also Read More …

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Thyroid And Adrenal Problems

          I had someone contact me today who has diabetes who is being managed well, but she also suffers from reduced thyroid function along with poor adrenal function, and is under the treatment of a physician and things don’t seem to be going too well. So I thought this would be Read More …

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DHEA and Type 2 Diabetes

            DHEA is a very important hormone that plays a role in many processes.  Most notably for type 2 diabetics, it serves to counterbalance the adrenal hormone cortisol and help keep it in check.  Among the effects of excess cortisol is elevated blood sugar, and while cortisol plays a role Read More …

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