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The Role of Glutathione in Diabetes Part Two

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This week on the Glutathione and You Show, we want to look at Part Two of how diabetes is the leading cause of blindness and kidney failure in North America. Diabetics should be considered immune-compromised because they are prone to many more infections than they can normally resist. (This quote comes from the book, "GSH Your Body's Most Powerful Protector Glutathione" by Dr. Jimmy Gutman to order a book go to www.kudo.ca). We will discuss the following questions: 1. What is type 1 diabetes? 2. What is type 2 diabetes? 3. Are there other types of diabetes? 4. What medications are used to treat diabetes? 5. What are the nonmedications treatments for diabetes? 6. Is diabetes hereditary? 7. What is the impact of glutathione on diabetes? 8. What can we do to increase our glutathione levels? Please visit our website at www.immunotec.com/respect4life to learn more about Immunocal, which gives your body the building blocks your cells need to make glutathione. You can also call me at (404) 542-3929 to set up your presentation on Glutathione. Disclaimer! These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent disease.

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