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Off Topic: Diabetes 11X increase for just 150 calories of sugar - June 2015

Debunked: Major Weight Loss & Exercise Myth GreenMed Info

  • Now a group of British, South African, and American researchers have published a report that places the blame for the obesity epidemic squarely on the junk food industry[attached to this page]. You cannot, they explain, exercise away the effects of a bad diet.

However, exercise is good. 30 minutes of moderate exercise five times a week can reduce the risk of:

  • breast cancer by as much as 25%
  • bowel cancer by as much as 45%
  • dementia by as much as 30%
  • stroke by 30%
  • heart disease by over 40%

See also Mercola - Aug 2015 - on this study and many similar ones

New Studies Confirm Soda-Diabetes Link

  • "Sweetened beverages, whether it's sweetened with sugar, HFCS, naturally-occurring fructose, or artificial sweeteners, are among the worst culprits causing obesity, diabetes, and related health problems."
  • "As for a safer sweetener option, you could use stevia or Luo Han, both of which are safe natural sweeteners. "
    Mercola references the BMJ July 2015 Meta-analysis  Download the PDF from VitaminDWiki


Figure 1: Increased risk of Diabetes (after correction for obesity, etc)


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Note: sugar consumes a lot of Magnesium, fructose 2x more
Fructose (High Fructose Corn Syrup) consumes 2X more Magnesium than sugar – May 2014

Pages in VitaminDWiki in BOTH of the categories Diabetes and Magnesium

Type 1 diabetes helped with 50,000 IU of vitamin D every two weeks – Nov 2014
Recent Diabetics treated by supplementation which achieved 60 ng of vitamin D – RCT Sept 2014
Diabetes (Type II) reduced by single injection of 300,000 IU of vitamin D3 – RCT March 2014

Diabetes category listing has 381 items along with related searches

Overview Diabetes and vitamin D
Overview Obesity and Vitamin D
1.8X increased risk of Obesity if antibiotics were used during pregnancy – Nov 2014
Off topic – Cut sugar intake in half (WHO proposal) March 2014
More colas (fructose, caffeine, phosphoric acid), lower vitamin D – July 2014 - in addition to lowering Magnesium

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5740 Sweet2.jpg admin 05 Aug, 2015 12:18 57.81 Kb 285
5739 Sweet1.jpg admin 05 Aug, 2015 12:18 40.17 Kb 284
5738 bmj.h3576.full.pdf PDF 2015 admin 05 Aug, 2015 12:17 604.81 Kb 422
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