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Diabetes and Overweight Almost Killed SlimJim, Our Webmaster E-mail

Smart Sugars Lesson #65
by JC Spencer

SlimJim weighed in at 439 pounds. He has served as the webmaster for The Endowment for Medical Research, Inc for six years. So, he knew about the science and he successfully lost 80 pounds. He gained most of the weight back because he never met food he didn’t like and his fruit intake came from blueberry filled donuts. His target weight is 220 to become (his words not mine), “half the man I used to be.”

Jim and his wife, Sue, invited Karen and me over to watch Kungfu Panda 2 on the big screen Saturday evening (7/7/2012). Jolly Jim exhibits the stature, personality, and mannerism of Kungfu Panda.

Just before we arrived, Sue called. Jim was not responding to her questions, was dropping things and knocking things to the floor as he was, in slow-motion, flailing through the house. Her fear was that he was having a stroke.

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Smart Sugars and Your Triglyceride Battle E-mail

Getting down to the real CAUSE for FAT GAIN and what to do about it.

Smart Sugars Lesson #64
by J.C. Spencer

The “answer” to FAT GAIN is on magazine covers everywhere you turn. But, few know the CAUSE for fat gain! In one word, it is TRIGLYCERIDES. Triglycerides impact your body and is the CAUSE for fat gain. Sugar consuming humans have a glucose metabolism challenge and an ongoing triglyceride battle.

A high triglyceride level makes it impossible to lose weight. Triglycerides are lipids that facilitate the bi-directional transfer of blood glucose and adipose fat through the liver. Balance is the key. High triglycerides cause chaos with the bi-directional conversion of adipose fat and blood glucose.

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FREE Trehalose for Your Help! E-mail

August is our Campaign Building time for our readership base to help us Educate More People. Here’s The Plan:

The Endowment for Medical Research, Inc is entering a campaign to increase our readership AND YOU CAN HELP. ... and we will reward you.

You have friends and family members who may benefit from knowing more about Glycomics, the science of sugars. We want to give them a FREE gift of the book “Change Your Sugar, Change Your Life” and introduce them to our educational system at www.endowmentmed.org.

Introduce us and we will reward you with your choice of a free pound of the sugar Trehalose, a glass shaker of T/C+ or a glass shaker of Confectionary Trehalose.

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Smart Sugars and Your Cholesterol E-mail

Smart Sugars Lesson #63
by J.C. Spencer

What’s a person to do? People are confused by what is good and what is bad. We hear about, “Good fats and bad fats; Good cholesterol and bad cholesterol; Good sugars and bad sugars; Good vitamins and bad vitamins; Good Omegas and not so good Omegas.” Now, I learn flax seed Omega-3 is good but absorbable less than 1% by the human body and most vitamins are made from coal tar and petroleum. What’s a guy to do?

Ignorance, lies and deceptions are not just in politics; these villains are quite alive in healthcare. My objective is to learn what is best for the human body and let the chips fall where they may. If it is good for your body, brain, and mind, we all need to know about it and take action on it.

First, we (that’s everybody) are ignorant in most things. It may be that medical science has not yet caught up with understanding cholesterol. Instead of thinking “Good vs. Bad” perhaps we should think both are Good and Best when there is more HDL and less LDL.

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Neuroscience, Prescription Drugs, and the Killer - Inside the Joker’s Head E-mail

Smart Sugars Lesson #62
by J.C. Spencer

The killer was fascinated by the inner workings of the human brain. His fascination may have lead him to use the hardcore pharmaceutical drug, Vicodin. Reports are that twelve million of US (not me) take prescription painkillers ‘purely for the high‘ instead of for their intended purpose.

He joined the neuroscience Ph.D. program at the University of Colorado Denver in June 2011 where he was awarded a prestigious $26,000 grant from NIH to cover his tuition and provide living allowance.

He completed the first year of the program at Anschutz Medical Campus where he studied how the brain functions and malfunctions. The school’s focus is on basic, clinical and translational research in the biomedical sciences. Such courses are beneficial toward helping develop drugs to treat epilepsy and other disorders. During the year in the neuroscience doctoral program, he was surrounded by brain expert scientists and about three dozen classmates who were delving into the inner workings of the brain.

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Connecting The Dots Between Diabetes and Brain Decline E-mail

Smart Sugars Lesson #61
by J.C. Spencer

A newly released 9-year study connects the dots between diabetes and cognitive decline. This is the first study to actually demonstrate the greater risk of cognitive decline with the severity of diabetes.

Scientists looked at the glycosylated hemoglobin blood marker, a standard for measuring the severity of diabetes. The marker shows evidence of high blood sugar because the sugar molecules become attached to hemoglobin proteins in the blood.

It was discovered that higher levels of glycosylated hemoglobin were present in the more cognitive dysfunctional patients. Patients with more severe diabetes who did not control their blood sugar levels suffered faster cognitive declines.

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Diuretics and Smart Sugars E-mail

Smart Sugars Lesson #60
by J.C. Spencer

Consequences of diuretic drugs can be serious including chronic dehydration and the loss of vitamins, potassium, and other minerals that can shut down your body.

Certain foods such as salt and bad sugars cause the body to retain too much fluid. These may lead to bloating and weight gain. Inadequate protein in the diet may trigger fluid retention. Lack of B-vitamins and amino acids can also cause an accumulation of excess fluids.

Three types of diuretic pills are often prescribed for edema, high blood pressure, heart disease, PMS, bloating, and over weight: thiazide, loop, and potassium-sparing. Each works differently, has different side effects and precautions.

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Diabetes, Asthma, Antidepressant Drug Firm Fined $3 Billion! E-mail

by JC Spencer July 2012

This case is reported to be the largest healthcare fraud in U.S. history. The British drug giant, GlaxoSmithKline is to plead guilty and is to pay $3 billion ($1 billion in criminal fines and $2 billion in civil fines) from their existing cash resources while their stock increases on the same day on the New York Stock Exchange.

The GSK settlement is the largest criminal case involving a drugmaker in U.S. history. In 2009, Pfizer Inc agreed to pay $2.3 billion to settle allegations it improperly marketed 13 drugs. GSK failed to give the U.S. Food and Drug Administration safety data about its diabetes drug Avandia, in violation of U.S. law, prosecutors said.

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