One of the most common healthy bacteria in the gut could be a key to curing diabetes, according to new animal research that used an engineered form of the probiotic to create new insulin-creating cells in the intestine.
One of the most common healthy bacteria in the gut, Lactobacillus, could be a key to curing diabetes--probiotics may be used to reproduce new insulin-creating cells in the intestine.
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Government sources suggest eating five portions of fruit and vegetables a day.
I have noticed my blood sugar reading go very high. Is the advice given wrong for diabetics.
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