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It’s controversial, but many soft studies have declared that two common diabetes drugs may double the risk of pancreatitis. The latest study seems to add more weight to the claim, despite criticism. The diabetes drugs works to increase a hormone called GLP-1, which works to inrease insulin sensitivity in pancreatic cells, helping to reduce diabetes […]

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Even if you’re not diabetic, you may have insulin resistance. Insulin can develop into diabetes, and even if it doesn’t, it can be almost as hard on your cells, causing similar long-term damage. Insulin resistance is the major cause of Type-2 Diabetes. Normally, insulin shepherds glucose (the form of energy your food is converted to) […]

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A new study has found another connection between losing weight and sleeping (lack of sleep has previously been linked to irregular hormones when it comes to feelings of hunger and fullness). Sleep is so important, your body reacts to it at a cellular level! Fat cells function poorly on low amounts of sleep, specifically they […]

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Type 1 Diabetes is an autoimmune disorder with a strong genetic component (different activities may trigger Diabetes symptoms sooner than later). In it, the body attacks insulin producing cells in the liver, until none are left and the body is no longer able to process sugar as well, leading to a lifetime of extra careful […]

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Product Profile: Glycemic MGRx

September 30, 2010

Glycemic MGRx is a nutritional supplement designed to help your body maintain a balanced sugar metabolism. The ingredients, natural herbs, amino acids, and minerals, are chosen for their benefits to the pancreas. In particular, Glycemic MGRx has the building blocks of ß-cells, which are made in the pancreas and are responsible for making and releasing […]

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