Working on losing the Diabetes diagnosis – Radio show and article
Two Ways to Lose Diabetes
Radio show with Majid Ali, MD Science Health and Healing WBAI
I am wary of miracles of synthetic chemistry that claim to promote healthful aging. Sometimes the case of such synthetics appear to be convincing. In rare cases it indeed is so. The dangers of sugar for creating insulin toxicity is so real and deep that I do see some merit in the use of artificial sweeteners for reversing diabetes, at least in the early stages or when natural sweeteners like stevia are not available.
In September 2014 came a study published in the science magazine Nature, which showed clear evidence that artificial sweeteners (saccharin and aspartame, but deems sucralose [sold as Splenda} and neotame)
cause metabolic disorders. It would have been better if the researchers had been precise and recognized the problem to insulin toxicity, which is the proper name for prediabetes. Such toxicity paves the way for diabetes.
Artificial sweeteners are widely promoted for combating obesity and diabetes. The new study should be a clear warning. (J. Suez et al. Nature http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/nature13793; 2014).
Some earlier evidence suggested an association between the use of artificial sweeteners and the occurrence of metabolic disorders. This suggests that sweeteners might be setting the stage for this by altering the gut microbiome, the diverse community of bacteria in the human intestines. Smaller studies have previously purported to show an association between the use of artificial sweeteners and the occurrence of metabolic disorders. This is the first work to suggest that sweeteners might be exacerbating metabolic disease, and that this might happen through the gut microbiome, the diverse community of bacteria in the human intestines.
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