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What Is Type 3 Diabetes?

What is type 3 diabetes?  We all know there are two main types of diabetes, Type 1 and Type 2.  There is also the transient gestational diabetes which only affects women during pregnancy.  But now diabetes is being linked with Alzheimer’s and it’s being called type 3. Are you at risk?

The path to diabetes

The path to diabetes is a complex and often long one.  Many people start on the road to this disease from an early age.  Whilst we’re young, our bodies can mostly compensate and cope with the stupidity of consuming rubbish food with a vengeance, regularly bingeing on alcohol and sodas, smoking and using recreational drugs and  taking in a plethora of poisons and toxins.  Now take a look at this 2 minute video.

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Calcium and Magnesium

mineral balanceThe correlation between Calcium and Magnesium, these two vital minerals, is so important that I wanted you to understand the serious significance of an imbalance between the two.  In these modern times and with our modern diet, the imbalance is invariably too much Ca and too little Mg. Continue reading Calcium and Magnesium

Magnesium and Insomnia

I suffered from insomnia since 2006 when my late husband passed away.  I would go to bed so tired and actually sleep for about an hour.  Then I would wake up and be awake for the rest of the night.  By the morning, I was so exhausted, I could hardly get out of bed.  I was always grumpy and had little incentive to do anything and had to really push myself to do my work.  It was debilitating and frustrating and I became really depressed from it.  This was apart from all the other niggling conditions I was contracting.  The insomnia though, was the worst symptom I had and after years of not sleeping, it was affecting my health. Continue reading Magnesium and Insomnia

Signs of Kidney Problems

1 in 3Those with the first signs of kidney problems will nearly always have a magnesium deficiency.  But if you do suffer from kidney disease, the medical profession will tell you that you must NOT take magnesium.  It is paradoxical that a disease that can be caused by a Mg deficiency cannot be treated with Mg!  This doesn’t make sense to me, unless you have complete kidney failure.  If your kidneys are working then I don’t know why Mg, under guidance, should not be administered. Continue reading Signs of Kidney Problems