Tag: glucose tolerance

Functional Improvement in β-Islet Cells, Hepatocytes and Cardiomyocytes with Decreasing Deuterium from Low Carbohydrate Intake in a Type-II Diabetic

With systemic deuterium depletion, a 59-year-old patient with an 18-year history of type II diabetes demonstrated significant improvements in glucose tolerance tests and improved fasting hepatic glucose production. Systemic changes in insulin and hepatic glucose production in the pancreas and liver are most likely due to deuterium, which is...
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A Concise Clinicopathological Handbook of Diabetes Mellitis

Diabetes mellitus (DM) is one of the most common chronic illnesses worldwide. According to the World Health Organization, about By 2025, Asian developing countries would account for 60% of diabetic patients. Insulin, as well as other hormones, are produced by pancreatic beta cells. Increased blood sugar levels are required...
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