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Genome-Wide DNA Methylation Analysis ... (Differential DNA methylation) — www.plosgenetics.org/article/info%3Adoi%2F10.1371%2Fjournal.pgen.1004160#s3
*** The Deliberate Lies They Tell About Diabetes, Dr. Mercola — www.mercola.com/diabetes.aspx
How to Reduce High Blood Sugars? — www.diabetes-warrior.net/2012/02/17/reader-question-how-to-reduce-high-blood-sugars/
What Your Doctor Didn't Teach You about blood sugar meds, Dr. Peter Osborne — www.youtube.com/watch?v=mQ2eFEnfp3A
Natural Lyme Protocol Options - a fat soluble form of B1 called Benfotiamine — lymeinchronicillness.com/natural-lyme-protocol-treatment/
"For lowering blood sugar and controlling insulin resistance (diabetes): A fat soluble form of B1 called Benfotiamine — about 2-3 160 mg capsules a day. Benfotiamine has many amazing health benefits including lowering blood sugar and controlling insulin resistance (which is common in Lyme) as well as reversing many of the neuropathies in diabetes/insulin resistance."
*** Nutrition Benefits Of B3 Niacinamide on Type 1 & 2 Diabetes — lymeinchronicillness.com/benefits-of-b3-niacinamide/
" [It] has been shown to help prevent and/or stop the progression of diabetes type 1 and 2. ... Niacinamide has three major benefits for diabetics. First, it reduces nitric oxide synthase which helps retard beta cell death. Beta cells are the pancreatic cells that produce insulin to regulate cellular uptake of sugars for metabolism. Second, it enhances ox/redox function through restoration of NAD levels which help prevent cellular damage and improve regeneration. Third, it reduces glycosylated hemoglobin levels which reduces the peripheral organ and blood vessel oxidation load and damage from sugar metabolites."
Hypoglycemia, by Ronald Hoffman, M.D. (Leading Authority & Practitioner of Complementary Medicine) — archive.today/KrFWX#selection-347.0-351.23
"Symptoms of hypoglycemia include confusion, blurred/double vision, headache, tremors, tingling, numbness, tinnitus, hunger, elevated pulse rate, clumsiness, irritability, restlessness, anxiety, weakness, light-headedness, rapid/shallow breathing, nausea, slurred speech, temperature intolerance, nystagmus, stupor, seizures, and coma." Todd Caldecott, Dip. Cl.H., RH(AHG), [http://www.4shared.com/office/4M_QQwa4/Diabetes_Caldecott.htm]
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