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Alternative Therapies and Explanations from 1999

  1. I give her 100 mg alpha lipoic acid in the a.m. and Bittermelon 200 mg in the p.m. (13 Oct 1999)
  2. I am a newly diagnosed type 1 who has been able to be off of insulin shots for 3 months. (10 Oct 1999)
  3. I was wondering if there are any natural remedies. (2 Oct 1999)
  4. I read that lipoic acid can help neuropathy tremendously. Why is the FDA dragging its feet in the U.S. on this megavitamin? (9 Sep 1999)
  5. I'm looking for alternative therapies/treatment for the onset of adult type 1 diabetes. (31 Aug 1999)
  6. Is there any situation where the pancreas stops working temporarily and will start working later? (31 Aug 1999)
  7. I was reading the questions on alternative treatments and am kind of disappointed. (30 Aug 1999)
  8. Your response to the woman who was taking her child to the chiropractor was rather closed-minded. (28 Aug 1999)
  9. Although my average reading is fine, my dawn phenomenon still bothers me some of mornings. (14 Aug 1999)
  10. Do you have any information on the benefits of Vitamin O? (13 Aug 1999)
  11. I read a story about a girl who went on a special diet and has been able to maintain a glucose level without insulin. (7 Aug 1999)
  12. A friend has been told that red meat in the diet will help stabilise their child's diabetes. How true is this? (21 Jul 1999)
  13. I heard that they are treating diabetes in France using 'Fenugrec' together with artichokes. (20 Jul 1999)
  14. I have Type 2 diabetes. Are there any natural aids to help blood sugar levels? (13 Jul 1999)
  15. Can vita-nutrients, such as calcium AEP, reverse or improve Type 1 diabetes? (9 Jul 1999)
  16. I received an e-mail that offered "pills" that keep glucose levels down. Is there such a pill? (7 Jul 1999)
  17. I read in a prevention magazine that "holy basil leaf" lowers blood sugars. Is there any truth to that? (25 Jun 1999)
  18. Is there any alternate medicine (Homeopathy) cure to generate insulin naturally in Type 1 patients? (23 Jun 1999)
  19. Are there homeopathic and herbal remedies that can dramatically help, and possibly reverse Type 1 diabetes? (23 Jun 1999)
  20. I have heard that an extract from the Citrosa plant is used in Lebanon in the treatment of diabetes. (9 Jun 1999)
  21. A friend referred me to an article by Julian Whitaker. He recommends Chromium Picolinate. (1 Jun 1999)
  22. Has there ever been any research done on the trace mineral chromium and how it affects blood sugar levels in type 1 diabetics? (25 Apr 1999)
  23. I recently read some information on the alternative drug (herb) ProBeta. Do you have any information on this product? (24 Apr 1999)
  24. My husband has heard that Chromium Piccolate can be beneficial. (21 Mar 1999)
  25. We have recently heard about some thirst removing pill called "yu quan". (17 Mar 1999)
  26. I would like to enquire about a product called PP Nikotinamid. (8 Feb 1999)
  27. Have you heard of the "noni plant" from the Polynesian Islands? I heard that it could control blood sugar and protect the immune system. (28 Jan 1999)
  28. Is there any truth that Cataplex E can help diabetes? (11 Jan 1999)
  29. Does anyone have any information on natural cures for diabetes? (5 Jan 1999)

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