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Tips For Cutting Sugar From Your Diet

Whether you are thinking about cutting sugar from your diet because of a particular health issue like diabetes or you are wanting to lose weight or you simply want to eat healthier, there are several things you can do to make your chances of being successful higher.

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FAQ About A Ketogenic Diet For Women

Is A Ketogenic Diet For Women’s Health The Right Choice?

The ketogenic diet is no longer thought of as just a “fad diet.” A ketogenic diet for the management of many health issues -from diabetes, to weight management, and for women’s health- is becoming a regular part of medical practice and nutritional counseling. In one form or another, and by one name or another, the keto diet has been recommended by physicians and other medical professionals since the 1920’s. Not only to address weight control, but to augment treatment of patients with serious illnesses. Continue reading “FAQ About A Ketogenic Diet For Women”

“Reversed” Diabetes Reality Show Featuring NSI Stem Cell

The National Stem Cell Institute Teams With Noted Celebrity Of TV, Film, And Music For First Ever Reality Program About Diabetes

There is a worldwide epidemic raging, well known yet progressing largely in silence because so many people don’t take it seriously. Left untreated it can cause blindness, kidney failure, and nerve damage. Millions of its victims have had to depend on kidney dialysis or have limbs amputated. It is a factor in the acceleration of atherosclerosis, a condition that hardens and narrows the arteries and can lead to stroke, coronary heart disease, and other diseases of the large blood vessel system.

What is the name of this terrible affliction? Diabetes mellitus. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), this degenerative disease has reached pandemic proportions with over 422 million diagnosed cases across the globe. The National Stem Cell Institute (NSI) reports that therapies for both type 1 and type 2 diabetes are among the Institute’s most commonly sought-out treatments. In fact, diabetes is a primary focus of the Institute.
Charles and Dr Depassquale

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5 Real World Stem Cell Therapy Benefits

5 Stem Cell Therapy Types Are Changing Lives Right Now In The U.S.!

There has been no greater medical advance in modern history than that of stem cell therapy. Decades of clinical research has grown exponentially into real world applications that are improving the lives of regular Americans in the here and now. Among the most exciting elements are the advances made with stem cell therapy regarding the relief of chronic pain and its effectiveness in addressing difficult-to-heal injuries: all done with no need for medication or invasive surgery. Continue reading “5 Real World Stem Cell Therapy Benefits”

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Diabetes Spotlight: TV Show “Reversed” On Now!

The National Stem Cell Institute Teams With Noted Celebrity Of TV, Film, And Music For First Ever Reality Program About Diabetes

There is a worldwide epidemic raging, well known yet progressing largely in silence because so many people don’t take it seriously. Left untreated it can cause blindness, kidney failure, and nerve damage. Millions of its victims have had to depend on kidney dialysis or have limbs amputated. It is a factor in the acceleration of atherosclerosis, a condition that hardens and narrows the arteries and can lead to stroke, coronary heart disease, and other diseases of the large blood vessel system.

What is the name of this terrible affliction? Diabetes mellitus. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), this degenerative disease has reached pandemic proportions with over 422 million diagnosed cases across the globe. The National Stem Cell Institute (NSI) reports that therapies for both type 1 and type 2 diabetes are among the Institute’s most commonly sought-out treatments. In fact, diabetes is a primary focus of the Institute.
Charles and Dr Depassquale

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The Stem Cell: Today & Tomorrow

The Stem Cell: The Fact Of Today & The Promise Of Tomorrow

stem cellsDecades ago, the potential of the stem cell was barely more than a thrilling glimpse into the miracles that regenerative medicine might bring to humankind. But what was a miracle thirty years ago is a medical reality today. The microscopic but mighty stem cell has already changed the course of modern medicine. It is the basis of no less than fourteen regenerative therapies and treatments that are available now for injuries, illnesses, and chronic conditions, and is a significant aid in treating many more. These range from the purely cosmetic like hair loss, to chronic physical injury like back pain, to the profoundly life changing like Parkinson’s disease. Continue reading “The Stem Cell: Today & Tomorrow”

Why Stem Cell Therapy For Diabetes Works

How Stem Cell Therapy For Diabetes Is Changing Treatment

diabetes and stem cellAre stem cell treatments the future for diabetes control? Regenerative medicine has been practiced in the United States at advanced medical clinics like NSI Stem Cell Centers in Florida for quite some time now. Yet, many people have yet to learn just how diabetes and stem cell therapy is being successfully paired. So let’s explore how both the present and the future of this wide spread chronic condition is being revolutionized by today’s regenerative medicine, which includes the practices of stem cell therapy and platelet rich plasma treatments. Continue reading “Why Stem Cell Therapy For Diabetes Works”

Understanding Type 1 And Type 2 Diabetes

Learning The Symptoms And Best Treatments For Type 1 And Type 2 Diabetes

diabetes treatmentChances are that you or someone you know has type 2 diabetes. More than one in ten Americans do. This means that approximately twenty-nine million people in the United States suffer from the symptoms of type 2 diabetes. When you add Americans who have type 1 diabetes, the number increases to over thirty million people. Another eighty-six million have been diagnosed with pre-diabetes. All told, these numbers are truly epidemic in proportion. Continue reading “Understanding Type 1 And Type 2 Diabetes”

A Healthy Type 2 Diabetes Diet Plan

Tips for a Healthy and Satisfying Type 2 Diabetes Diet Plan

diabetes dietType 2 diabetes (T2D) is the most common form of diabetes. Also known as adult-onset diabetes, T2D is diagnosed for approximately 3 million Americans every year. Type 2 diabetes has the potential to be a life-long disease. If not properly managed, T2D can affect eye sight, the body’s organs and extremities, cause erectile dysfunction in men, and invite heart disease and stroke, among other problems. The good news is that, in this day and age, type 2 diabetes is more manageable than ever, and even reversible, with effective treatment like stem cell therapy for diabetes, and observing a healthy diabetes diet. Continue reading “A Healthy Type 2 Diabetes Diet Plan”

The Basics of the Ketogenic Diet

Just Now Hearing About the Ketogenic Diet Lifestyle?

keto dietHave you been hearing about a lifestyle nutrition plan called the ketogenic diet? If the term is new to you, you’re not alone. But if you think a ketogenic diet is a one-size-fits-all program, think again! NSI Stem Cell Centers in Florida, which specialize in pairing advanced regenerative medical procedures like stem cell therapy with sound nutritional counseling, takes you through this review of the main ketogenic diet types. Continue reading “The Basics of the Ketogenic Diet”

Today’s Stem Cell Diabetes Therapy

How Stem Cell Diabetes Therapy Is Changing Medicine

diabetes treatment optionsStem cell diabetes therapy has revolutionized the way modern medicine thinks about diabetes treatment options. Both diabetes type 1 and diabetes type 2 are considered autoimmune disorders, under the same umbrella that includes autoimmune conditions like multiple sclerosis. And with over 31 million people suffering from either type 1 or type 2 diabetes in the U.S. alone, it’s no wonder that this breakthrough regenerative therapy has caught the attention of medical professionals and the public alike. Continue reading “Today’s Stem Cell Diabetes Therapy”