Friday Jun 9 2017 | by Dr. J. E. Williams

Type II Diabetes plagues nearly 30 million Americans. The number with prediabetes is even worse, with an estimated 86 million Americans affected. A ... more »

Get Control of Blood Sugar Levels the Natural Way

Thursday Jul 30 2015 | by Colleen M. Story

You can help reduce blood sugar levels with certain foods and supplements. I have a friend whose father has suffered with type 2 diabetes for years. ... more »

Will Somebody Please Turn Off the Lights?

Thursday Apr 16 2015 | by Colleen M. Story

Too much artificial light has been linked with obesity, diabetes, and cancer. I spend about two weeks each year on the Pacific Coast, in a little ... more »

Is It OK to Eat Sugar? The Sugar Debate Heats Up : Exclusive Renegade Health Article

Thursday Dec 11 2014 | by Kevin Gianni

Bread fruit isn’t sweet (it’s also the size of your head!), but does it matter — for your health — how sweet a fruit is? Ah, ... more »

Green Smoothie Red Alert! Are Green Smoothies Actually Bad for You? : Exculsive Renegade Health Article

Monday Oct 6 2014 | by Kevin Gianni

My exchange with Rio, promising this article… A while ago, I received a Facebook message from Rio… He was concerned. Here’s what he ... more »

Purple Bamboo Salt: Is It The Best Salt on Earth?

Friday Sep 26 2014 | by Dr. J. E. Williams

Researchers have found bamboo salt useful for viral infections, allergies, sinusitis, dental and gum disease, and diabetes. First there was the ... more »

12 Reasons Why Sodas are Horrible for You, & Healthy Soda Recipes!

Wednesday Aug 27 2014 | by Colleen M. Story

Regular sodas are horrible for your health, but you can make your own healthy alternatives! You know sodas aren’t good for you. So you take one of ... more »

9 Reasons You May Want to Indulge in a Little Dark Chocolate Today

Monday Feb 3 2014 | by Colleen M. Story

Studies show that a little dark chocolate each day can provide a number of important health benefits. Have you been avoiding chocolate lately because ... more »

Low Levels of This Mineral Increase Your Risk of Diabetes

Wednesday Jan 29 2014 | by Colleen M. Story

Studies show that having a healthy intake of zinc (from foods like these oysters) can help protect you from diabetes, and may help control blood sugar ... more »

Is Agave Syrup Good for You?

Friday Jan 24 2014 | by Dr. J. E. Williams

Agave syrup comes from the natural agave plant, but does that mean it’s good for you? Agave syrup, or “nectar,” is a commercial natural ... more »

Sugar On The Brain: Glucose Levels Related to Risk of Alzheimer’s

Friday Dec 13 2013 | by Dr. J. E. Williams

High blood sugar levels not only increase risk of diabetes and heart disease, but can also lead to dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. Score ... more »

How Cinnamon Could Help Treat and Prevent Type II Diabetes—Real Evidence

Friday Sep 27 2013 | by Colleen M. Story

Concerned about diabetes? It may help to consume more cinnamon on a daily basis. The American Diabetes Association states that 25.8 million children ... more »

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