These feature articles covering many ways of preventing and healing diabetes and metabolic syndrome naturally.
Vol. 14, No. 2
Is Your Body Addicted to Sugar?
Sarah Tanksley describes the tangible negative effects of sugar on the brain, a better understanding of which may lead to treatments for eating disorders such as binge eating and bulimia.
Diabetes and How to Naturally Heal or Prevent It
Thomas Cowan, M.D., describes a natural, good tasting, nutrient-dense traditional diet that not only prevents but also helps reverse type II diabetes, and his clinical successes more than substantiate his findings.
Old Fat Loss Science Better than New
Shane Ellison, M.Sc., says that if a panacea for obesity and anti-aging ever existed it would be the intentional personal act of controlling or lowering high blood sugar.
Vol. 15, No. 1
Insulin Resistance: The Metabolic Challenge
Shane Ellison, M.Sc., writes, “Affecting 70 million Americans, the common disorder known as insulin resistance can be linked to major diseases. Insulin resistance is projected to cause the first reduction in the average life expectancy in 200 years.” Ellison outlines how to reverse insulin resistance.
Vol. 16, No. 2
The Obesity Epidemic: Are MSG and Aspartame Playing a Major Role?
Researcher Jack L. Samuels says that there is no question that there is an obesity problem. He asserts that a causative factor for obesity may be the ever-increasing use of MSG and aspartame in our food supply.
Vol. 16, No. 3
Why Essential Fatty Acids Are Necessary
Pam Rotella notes that essential fatty acids, or “good fats,” are now widely recognized as essential to good health. She states, however, that most Americans are deficient in important fatty acids due to over processing and poor dietary practices.
Vol. 16, No. 5
Processed Food Fat Trap
Shane Ellison, M.Sc., gives more evidence that if we are not reading the ingredient labels on those boxes, cans and bags of food, we may be creating unhealthy fat conditions in our bodies.
Vol. 17, No. 3
How Diabetics Can Live Longer and Healthier
Shane Ellison, M.Sc., describes a simple food usable everyday that reverses insulin resistance.
Vol. 17, No. 5
Insulin Control for Weight Loss and Life Extension
A team of researchers explains insulin resistance and blood sugar imbalance, and suggests nutrition and nutritional supplements.
Which Fats Can Cause Type 2 Diabetes?
Mary Enig, Ph.D., an expert in lipid research, provides a commonsense understanding of the best fats to use and those to avoid.
Vol. 18, No. 3
Diabetes and Virgin Coconut Oil
Bruce Fife, N.D., explains how coconut oil stabilizes blood glucose and increases metabolism, thus playing a role in reversing diabetes.
Vol. 19, No. 5
High Fructose Corn Syrup and Obesity
Nancy Appleton, Ph.D., discusses new research showing that the consumption of HFCS leads to weight gain.
Coconut Oil, Cholesterol and Blood Sugar
Bruce Fife, N.D., shows that coconut oil benefits cholesterol ratios and coconut flour lowers the glycemic index of foods and helps prevent cancer.
Avoid Sugar Blues with Blueberries
Yaakov Levine writes about the benefits of blueberries on blood sugar levels.
Vol. 20, No. 3
Sugar Addiction (or How I Got So Fat)
Shane Ellison, M.Sc., discusses the foods that stimulate the release of large amounts of insulin and how they cause metabolic imbalance.
A Personal Perspective on Diet, Weight & Health
Richard Morris, in a companion article to “Sugar Addiction,” tells his story of addiction to sugars and of the traditional diet that changed it.
Vol. 20, No. 5
Living Better Longer
Nora Gedgaudas, a clinical nutritionist, discusses the evidence that low insulin level is a key indicator of longevity and is associated with caloric restriction, brain and metabolic health and cardiovascular vitality.
Vol. 20, No. 6
Broccoli Sprouts Reduce Diabetes Risk: Brief Research Note.
Vol. 21, No. 1
Switch on Healthy Genes: Diet, DNA & Disease
Gray Graham, N.T.P., et al, present research demonstrating how the food choices we make each day not only switch genes on or off, but that food-DNA changes can be short- or long-term, and they will affect generations to come.