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The Discovery of Type 3 Diabetes

In 2005 when Dr. Suzanne de la Monte, a neuropathologist at Brown University, reported that Alzheimer’s disease was a form of diabetes, there was much skepticism from the medical community.  But since then the evidence has been overwhelming and now ...

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Why Buy Organic

Organic foods, cleaners and beauty products have been lining store shelves more and more in the past several years.  The demand for organic products was not what it is today, however more people are catching on.  Some would like to eat ...

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Pepperoni Chips

  The kids big and small love these bites of flavor.   Use them as chips for dips, with a slice of cheese or on their own  to satisfy your salty pleasure. While I have seen several recipes floating around ...

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10 Diabetes Myths

If you or someone close to you has recently been diagnosed with diabetes, you might find yourself overwhelmed with the amount of information and even misinformation written about the disease.  In this information age, it’s easy to become confused.  Depending ...

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Eat Butter!

It may sound strange to you to be encouraged to eat more butter. After all, many of us grew up being told that butter is bad for us, it’s full of fat, it’ll clog our arteries, and so on. However, ...

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