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    Once Promising Type 1 Diabetes Breakthrough Retracted

    Diabetes finding once heralded as breakthrough is retracted In a nutshell, in 2013 it was found that a hormone found in the liver seemed to spur the production of insulin-producing cells in mice, lighting the way for a new approach to treating diabetes. The paper, published in the journal Cell...
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    Repair Of Pancreatic Beta-Cells

    Repair of Pancreatic β-Cells: A Relevant Phenomenon in EarlyIDDM Most studies dealing with the pathogenesis of IDDM have emphasized the immune assault against β-cells. In this perspective, we review the data that suggest that the β-cell destruction of IDDM depends on a balance between β-cell...
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    A Cousin Of Niacinamide Cures Diabetes Type I

    There have been several trials with niacinamide on type I diabetes and it seems effective in about 40% of the cases, especially when the beta cells of the pancreas are still viable. Probably as a result of these successful studies, big pharma has been looking to capitalize on these results for...
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    Diabetes type 1, KMUD The Herb Doctors, 2014

    Transcribed by Sol, Sweetly, and verified by Burtlancast. Download link for the audio file: http://www.toxinless.com/kmud-140221-diabetes.mp3
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    Biotin Restores Glucose Metabolism Even In Type I Diabetes

    The glucose and lipid lowering effects of biotin are well known. A combination of biotin and chromium picolinate is approved as a drug for type II diabetes. The study below goes a step further. It mentions that in humans, 16mg of biotin daily for a week restored glucose metabollism in...
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    Niacinamide Prevents Development Of Diabetes Type I

    Both are human studies. The doses used were not that high either - only 250mg a day in the first study and 1200mg per square meter of body surface area in the second one. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/1286017/ http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16233932/ The second study would equate to...
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