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September 03, 2009

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Nopalea

I find it astounding that so many disorders can be attributed to inflammation. Have you read Time Magazine's article on it? I believe it was a cover story back in 2004- "Inflammation- The Secret Killer". I didn't notice it cited in your research listings, but it certainly backs up everything you posted here.

diabetes and heart disease

This is an interesting study. Its a known fact that some diseases occur together and compound together to cause serious health problems.

ben king

Yes there is some good info here. It is a bit technical but then so is the body, so i suppose it fits

diabet diet

interesting info

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