~ January 2004 - Blood Sugar and Diabetes

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  • High Blood Sugar Levels Correlate with Intensive Care Mortality - Research published in the December 2003 issue of Mayo Clinic Proceedings has found an association between an elevation of blood glucose and the chance of dying in an intensive care unit. The finding was valid for diabetic and nondiabetic patients.

  • What You Don't Know About Blood Sugar - In our relentless review of the scientific literature, we have uncovered data that calls into question what the safe range of blood sugar really is.

  • Diabetes and Fiber - It is difficult to overstate the benefits garnered from fiber in regard to blood glucose control. Eating a diet rich in high fiber foods has spared countless individuals the risks imposed by chronically elevated blood glucose and the rigors of aggressive antidiabetic therapy.

  • Fiber Food Caps - Fiber Food provides natural, bulk-producing soluble fiber. These fibers help maintain healthy bowel function and have been shown to reduce fat and cholesterol levels.

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