type 2

  1. haidut

    DHT Lowers Risk Of Diabetes In Older Males

    Most endocrinologists view DHT as an almost exclusively bad hormone. Aside from the its much publicized (and likely incorrect) role in prostate cancer and MPB, endocrinologists consider DHT as a causative agent in insulin resistance and even diabetes type II. Most of that misguided opinion...
  2. haidut

    Androsterone - A Potential Treatment For Insulin Resistance And Diabetes

    In another recent thread, I posted about androsterone's potent thyromimetic effects. Given the ability of thyroid hormone to improve insulin sensitivity and even reverse diabetes type II, it would not be surprising that androsterone would also exhibit such effects. And indeed, androsterone...
  3. L

    Diabetes - A Brain Disease?

    A single injection can eliminate type 2 diabetes in mice for months A single injection can eliminate type 2 diabetes in mice for months
  4. Tarmander

    Victoza And Glp-1

    This may be a long shot. I have a friend who recently started taking Victoza which is used to treat type 2 diabetes. I have been looking for studies and information on GLP-1 without much luck. From some of the reviews I have read from people, it seems to be positively received, but I believe...
  5. milk_lover

    Selenium Supplementation Increases Insulin Sensitivity -- New (2016) Study Reveals

    I remember seeing from the forum that Ray Peat thinks the amount of selenium in commercial farmed seafood is low and it would be wise to supplement it in the diet. In one of his articles, he mentioned selenium along with other nutrients (K2, thiamine, niacinamide etc.,) to be good for...
  6. haidut

    How Taurine May Treat Diabetes

    It has long been known that taurine helps peope with pre-diabetes and diabetes type II. It is also accepted that taurine lowers cholesterol levels as well. The mechanism so far was not clear and some scientists speculated that taurine acts like insulin mimetic. However, this study shows that the...
  7. P

    Magnesium Intake And Incidence Of Metabolic Syndrome Among Young Adults

    www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16567569 Abstract BACKGROUND: Studies suggest that magnesium intake may be inversely related to risk of hypertension and type 2 diabetes mellitus and that higher intake of magnesium may decrease blood triglycerides and increase high-density lipoprotein (HDL)...
  8. burtlancast

    Diabetes II And How To Restore And Protect Nerves, KMUD, 2014

    Transcribed by Sol, Sweetly, and verified by Burtlancast. Download link for the audio file: http://www.toxinless.com/kmud-140321-ho ... nerves.mp3
  9. haidut

    Even Intermittent Fasting Reduces Insulin Sensitivity (in The Obese)

    The study was in diabetic patients (Type II) so probably does not apply to all healthy people. However, it is still pretty telling that skipping only breakfast has such a potent and long lasting (post- lunch and dinner) effect on insulin sensitivity. http://care.diabetesjournals.org/conten ...
  10. N

    Research Rediscovers Dnp: Reverses Nafld And Type 2 Diabetes (in Rats)

    http://news.yale.edu/2015/02/26/yale-re ... sease-rats
  11. P

    Potassium and risk of Type 2 diabetes

    http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3197792/ Key issues Experimentally induced hypokalemia has been associated with reduced insulin sensitivity and the development of impaired glucose tolerance in hyperglycemic clamp studies. Use of thiazide diuretics is associated with...
  12. haidut

    Niacinamide For Type II Diabetes

    Ray has written about trials with niacinamide showing remission of even some type I diabetes cases. This study compared niacin to niacinamide for type II diabetes, and found niacinamide to be superior most likely due to stronger effect on mitochondrial biogenesis. Human dose equivalent would be...
  13. burtlancast

    Coffee Helps Prevent Type 2 Diabetes

    Not sure if this ties with Ray's true causes of diabetes type 2 ( he doesn't see the pancreas as a culprit) but it does add to the already known qualities of coffee. From Sepp Hasselberger's blog http://www.scoop.it/t/health-supreme?page=44
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