Posts Tagged ‘insulin’

Hypnosis, Herbs, and Diabetes Interventions

Sunday, December 11th, 2011

Dr Stefan Ripich (left), Dr Joe Ahrens (center) and Devin Hastings were interviewed yesterday by Dr Carl O Helvie, Host, Holistic Health Show. Dr Ripich is a naturopathic physician and certified nurse practitioner who is in private practice in New Mexico and is author of the 30 Day Diabetes Cure. More information is available at: http://www.30daydiabetescure.com

Dr Joe Ahrens is CEO of ATM Metabolics, LLC, and has authored The Grapefruit Solution more information is available at: http://www.atmmetabolics.com

Devin Hastings is President of Minnesota Institute of Advanced Communications Skills and Owner, of MindBodyHypnosis. He is author of several books including 21st Century Medicine: New Answers for Those Who Suffer in Silence; Control Your Diabetes With Hypnosis: Anxiety, OCD and Hypnosis: New Answers for Those who Suffer in Silence: and Become a Certified Diabetes Motivational Coach. More information is available at: http://www.miacs.net

Enjoy the Interview Below.

Colorectal Cancer in Women Linked to High Blood Sugar Levels

Wednesday, December 7th, 2011

A new study published in the online edition of the British Journal of Cancer concluded that elevated blood sugar levels are associated with an increase risk of colorectal cancer. Women in the National Institute of Health’s Women’s Health Initiative Study were evaluated for fasting blood sugar and insulin levels before the study as a baseline and several times thereafter over a 12 year period. There were 5,000 women in the study and at the end of the 12 years 81 had developed colorectal cancer. Researchers found that baseline elevated blood sugar levels were associated with an increase colorectal cancer risk. Women in the highest 1/3 of baseline blood sugar levels were almost twice as likely to have developed colorectal cancere as the women at the lowest 1/3 levels. Similar results were found when researchers evaluated repeated blood sugar levels over the time period. There was no association between insulin levels and colorectal risk in the study.