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How The Microbiome Diet Can Help Type 2 Diabetes

A study published in Nature, from researchers at the University of Copenhagen, suggests that a gut bacteria imbalance may raise the risk of developing insulin resistance. Insulin resistance is the metabolic process involved in the development of pre-diabetes, type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, and heart disease. Raphael Kellman, MD, author of The Microbiome Diet and Founder of The […]
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