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Tag : cure

Potential Effect of Vitamin D on Prostate Cancer

By Dr. Jerry Mixon August 5, 2013

Vitamin D-3 5000 IU - 120 Softgels - WebVitamin D can slow or even shrink prostate cancers.

A recent study followed a series of men who had been diagnosed with localized prostate cancer. One half of the men were given 4000 units of vitamin D daily for a year and the other half were not. At the end of the year, 55% of the group that received the vitamin D had less prostate cancer found on their biopsies.In the group that did not receive the vitamin D, 65% of the men were found to have increased amounts of prostate cancer in their biopsies.

This does not say that vitamin D will cure your prostate cancer. But there is a significant chance it might slow its

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Type 2 Diabetes: Cure vs. Remission

By Dr. Jerry Mixon July 19, 2013

With an aggressive cutting-edge program, over 70% of type 2 diabetics can be returned to normal blood sugars; normal insulin levels have no further need for diabetic medications. The question is, are these patients in remission or have they been cured?

In my practice, I have found that with a combination of innovative hormonal support, increased physical activity, and significant diet changes, most type 2 diabetics can effectively be returned to normal. I usually tell them that they have been cured. But some physicians prefer to say that these patients are in remission, because if they were to return to their old lifestyle, their diabetes may return.

But if all of their tests are normal, how can I claim that they are still diabetic? What you think?

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Can Diabetes truly be cured or is it just "remission"?

By Dr. Jerry Mixon August 15, 2011

When a diabetic no longer needs medication and has normal blood sugars – do we call it remission or do we call it a cure?

Assume for a moment that you're a diabetic.  Your fasting blood sugar is 214.  Your hemoglobin A1c – the component of hemoglobin to which glucose is bound – is an unhealthy 7.9.  You are taking nine pills per day in an effort to control your blood sugar, but it does not seem to be working.  This means you are a poorly controlled type 2 diabetic, and your risk of experiencing the deadly effects of unchecked diabetes – heart attacks, strokes, dementia, blindness, kidney failure, loss of sensation in your extremities and amputations – is significantly elevated.

Now, let's consider a different scenario.

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