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Furthermore, the study showed that diet and Blood Balance Formula exercise work better than any of the medications that they researched. As for some specific stats, they found that half an hour of exercise a day, and reducing body weight by about five to ten percent, led to about 60% less people diagnosed with diabetes. They will be able to tell you exactly what food groups you should be eating from, how many times a day, how many servings, and other important factors. It is hard to create your own diet, as there are many varying factors such as your age, weight, sex, level of physical activity, and so on. This is why consulting a doctor or dietitian is probably the best choice!

Juvenile Diabetes (also known as Type 1 Diabetes) is an autoimmune condition in which the immune system essentially attacks the pancreas and eliminates the beta cells that are responsible for producing insulin. Therefore the body either stops making insulin, or the insulin is destroyed before it can effectively enter the bloodstream and metabolize blood glucose. People with Juvenile Diabetes must inject insulin into their fatty tissue on a regular basis to control their blood sugar levels. While people with Type 2 Diabetes can sometimes control blood sugar levels with oral medications, diet and exercise, people with Juvenile Diabetes have to take insulin.

Although there is no cure for Juvenile Diabetes at present, there seems to be a great deal of buzz in the media and in research circles lately about a cure. Several promising breakthroughs have been reported recently, ranging from alternative drug therapy to beta-producing stimulants to various forms of transplantation. A study published in "Endocrine Practice," a peer-reviewed journal, revealed that scientists at CureDM isolated a peptide that repeatedly stimulated new islet production in several preclinical trials. The Human ProIslet Peptide (HIP) is responsible for regenerating pancreatic islets and has been isolated using the human genome. Studies on diabetic animals confirmed that this peptide indeed stimulated new beta cell islet production and clinical trials are soon to follow.