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The Long Road to Type I Diabetes

The road to diabetes is a long one. People often feel like they're walking on glass in those first few weeks or months following a...

4 Things You Can Do to Offload Iron

Too much iron in your body is causing your beta cells to shut down. So, in theory, removing that excess iron opens a door where new cells...

Type I: The Forgotten Diabetes

I can remember being a kid and seeing commercials for new Type II diabetes medications that would always end with the disclaimer at the...

Iron + Diabetes: A Love Story

From our list of suspects (the spleen and liver), what are some common features that would lead you to believe that they could be...

Diabetes = Inflammation

It may seem a bit too vague at first, but trust that we'll slowly start to increase our focus as we go. This point, that diabetes =...

Crime Scene 101: Check the Neighbors

If there were a murder in your town, a fresh body with no note, wheres the first place you would look to find out more? After the shock...

Lessons from Diabetes: Part 2

Let it be known that growing up (and even today) I was never very organized. I’ve had to put a significant amount of effort into molding...

Curiosity is your best friend

At the time I'm writing this, I've been diabetic for almost 20 years. That makes me ancient to some, and a rookie to others. But it's...

The Genetic Fallacy of Type I Diabetes

The CDC states that Type I diabetes is thought to be an autoimmune reaction destroying the cells in the pancreas responsible for creating...

Why "Autoimmune" is a Hoax

The health world is ablaze with autoimmune conditions. IBS, Celiac, people's thyroids and mast cells all under siege by our once...

Where We are Missing the Mark

Most anything you look up today on the outlook for Type I diabetes treatment points to replacement therapy, either via stem cells or...

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