Tag Archives: Diabetes

Fasting Prevents and Halts Diabetes

Fasting has been practiced for centuries. In fact, science shows that, like animals, we have a fasting instinct that extends through the ages: Hippocrates prescribed and championed fasting while using apple cider vinegar.1 Religions around the world developed fasting independently as a practice and the Greeks not only prescribed it for illness, but required it… Read More »

Researchers warn about gangrene cases in patients on SGLT2 diabetes drugs

After the FDA last year slapped a warning label on SGLT2 diabetes drugs, detailing risks of an infection with a rare flesh-eating bacteria, a team of researchers has come out with a new set of numbers—and a warning for doctors prescribing the drugs. In a study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine, researchers found… Read More »