Even with greater opportunities to prevent diabetes with tools such as diet and exercise, people still rely ‘heavenly’ on prescribed medicine to ‘cure’ this chronic disorder in 2013. All this in spite of the fact that heart attacks, acute pancreatitis, thyroid cancer have been associated with the intake of certain drugs. Acute pancreatitis may lead to pancreatic cancer.
According to JAMA, the toll of type II diabetes is reaching $100 million dollars; $20 billion per year for drug companies.
- A dietary supplement may help in the prevention of type II diabetes.
An article intitule ‘effect of Emulin on blood glucose in type 2 diabetics’ published February 27, 2013 in the journal of medicinal food found that:
- ‘Emulin consumes regularly could not only have the acute effect of lowering the glycemic impact of foods, but chronically lower background blood glucose levels of type 2 diabetics by up to 20%.’
Few published researched article:
Visit a professional prior to adding specific vegetables, fruits or herbs to your daily diet. Some may interact with prescribed medicine.