Author Archives: andrewjslater

Genes and Diabetes

Here is a great resource for anyone who is has some ambition to do some digging on the cause(s) of diabetes (both Type 1 and 2). It is fascinating and fairly comprehensive, albeit technical, in its scope. Though it would … Continue reading

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Gluten Sensitivity Revisited

I am among the many that believed that the effects of gluten sensitivity were confined to the gastrointestinal tract. However, if you watch this video you will hear the speaker describe quite a different situation. This is quite a fascinating … Continue reading

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Resolving Inflammation-An Update

I recently performed the ‘bleach sniff test’ to evaluate for oxidative tissue damage. The test was positive. The test was negated by cross checking with unsaturated fatty acids and minerals. Exactly which mineral(s) is/are required remains to be determined. But, … Continue reading

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Resolving Inflammation

Up to this point the focus of this blog has centered on the causes of Type 1 DM. It is time to turn the page and start examining how a cure can be reached. I have been deliberating on how … Continue reading

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Suspected Causes of Type 1 diabetes: Milk

Milk. “It does a body good” is what the ads used to say. I never doubted that as a kid. But, it has become a centerpiece in the debate on the potential causes Type 1 diabetes. Personally, I drank tons … Continue reading

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An encouraging video for Type 2 diabetics

I would be remiss in overlooking Type 2 diabetes in this blog. Admittedly, I will be devoting 99% of my efforts to tackling Type 1 diabetes but, I happened upon this video and realized I owe it to everyone to … Continue reading

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Suspected Causes of Type 1 diabetes: The Leaky Gut

The ‘leaky gut’ has repeatedly cropped up in my search for explanations as to the origins of Type 1 diabetes. I had come across the term repeatedly but did not fully comprehend what it meant. In essence, it is increased … Continue reading

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