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Alternative Therapies and Explanations from 1996

  1. I was wondering what regular medical people in the diabetes field think of Julian Whitaker's work? Is the use of Lipoic Acids helpful? (14 Dec 96)
  2. Is there any validity in the use of gymnema sylrestre tea to help balance sugar levels in Type 2 diabetes? (3 Dec 96)
  3. I'm looking for information on alternative treatments to supplement his insulin and nutritional plan. (24 Nov 96)
  4. The doctors suggest that my daughter take a treatment by immunoglobulin and I need to know more about this treatment. (28 Oct 96)
  5. Are you familiar with Chelation Therapy as a means of improving a diabetic condition? (25 Oct 96)
  6. If an alternative treatment can't hurt but might help for whatever reason then why not. (13 Oct 96)
  7. Someone mentioned a product called cell tech, and a supplement called super blue green algae. What are these? (3 Oct 96)
  8. What, if any, studies are being conducted into the use of alternative therapies? (22 Sep 96)
  9. What about holistic healing or balancing his system through acupunture? (11 Aug 96)
  10. Do you believe that herbologists and Chinese accupuncture can help cure a person's diabetes? (22 Jul 96)
  11. I read that diabetes, urinary infections, and hyperactivity can be caused by yeast infections. (15 Jun 96)
  12. I met a guy who gives massages who told me that there's a certain spot on the foot.... (16 May 96)
  13. Have you ever heard of any alternate treatments for juvenile diabetes? (15 May 96)
  14. I had a wacky dance teacher tell me that Kumbucha tea will cure my diabetes.... (6 Apr 96)
  15. Is diabetes so prevalent because xenoestrogens, like dioxin, have contaminated the food supply.... (21 Feb 96)

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