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Bad Breath Can Be a Symptom of These 7 Serious Illnesses 

In All Health Watch, Cancer, Diabetes, General Health by INH Research0 Comments

 

Bad breath is embarrassing. 

So we suck on mints. Or we gargle with mouthwash before getting close and personal with someone. 

But persistent foul breath—called halitosis by doctors—can be more than just a social problem. It could be telling you that you have a serious illness. 

Bad breath is often caused by eating pungent foods. Garlic is the most famous culprit.Read More

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Why “Waist Loss” Is More Important Than Weight Loss 

In All Health Watch, Diabetes, Diet and Nutrition, General Health, Weight Loss by INH Research0 Comments

Those of us with a bit of belly fat may take comfort in the fact that our excess weight is confined to our gut. 

That can’t be as bad as being fat all over, can it? 

Yes, actually it can. 

 Researchers have found that having the proverbial “pot belly” while being thin elsewhere is worse for your health than being fat everywhere.Read More

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Sugar Is Poison… This May Be the Antidote. 

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 Sugar Is Poison… This May Be the Antidote. 

Groundbreaking studies of an ancient Indian herb bring great news for people who can’t control their sugar cravings… 

Researchers have found that this natural remedy helps control blood sugar, increases natural insulin production, and even fights belly fat.i 

It could be a godsend for people with diabetes. And it may help Americans end their addiction to sugar.Read More

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The Anti-Diabetes Vitamin

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You can cut your risk of type 2 diabetes by 80% by taking one common vitamin. 

That’s the important finding of a groundbreaking study conducted jointly by the University of California San Diego School of Medicine and Seoul National University in South Korea. 

It showed that your diabetes risk is closely linked to how much vitamin D you have in your body. Read More

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This Is Your Brain on Sugar

In All Health Watch, Cognitive Health, Diabetes by INH Research0 Comments

It’s long been known that having type 2 diabetes can affect your memory and thinking skills. 

But what about non-diabetics? Can rising blood sugar damage your mental sharpness if your level is not high enough to make you a diabetic? 

That’s the question a major study set out to answer. Researchers analyzed blood sugar levels and cognitive function in 5,189 people over a decade.Read More

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Mouthwashes Linked to Diabetes

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Mouthwash may kill the germs that cause bad breath…

But they also kill beneficial bacteria that prevent diabetes, according to a Harvard study.

The research shows that if you’re overweight, using mouthwash greatly increases your risk of type 2 diabetes.[1]

Harvard University scientists evaluated 1,206 overweight middle-age people. During the three-year study, just over 200 of them developed diabetes.

The scientists found that those who used commercial mouthwashes twice a day were 55% more likely to develop type 2 diabetes compared to those who did not use mouthwash at all.… Read More