November 2007 | Diabetes and Metabolic Syndrome

nov07.pdf_1_thumbAdipose Tissue – A Neuroendocrine Organ…………………….>> cover
Kelly Marie Fitzpatrick, BSN, MPS, ND


Initiation of Insulin Therapy in Type II Diabetes……………………………>> bottom of cover
Ryan Bradley, ND


Screening for Metabolic Syndrome……………………….. >>10
Dicken Weatherby, ND
Warning signs that outsourced lab testing can provide to halt and reverse metabolic syndrome.


Diet, Lifestyle Therapies for Type II Diabetes…………………………………….. >>11
Irene Karatzas, ND
Diet and lifestyle options to support treatment and prevent further development.


Etiological Factors Involved With Metabolic Syndrome…………………….. >>12
Mona Morstein, ND
Ten factors that exist for people developing insulin resistance, putting them at risk for “Syndrome X.”


Quality Assurance of Natural Products………………………….. >>14
Rick Liva, RPh, ND
The new FDA regulations alone do not ensure highquality supplements.


What I Learned About Metabolic Syndrome in Paraguay………………….. >>16
Tara Gignac BSc, ND
Truly “natural” foods – even sugary, fatty ones – might not be all bad.


Eating Organic: The more bio-toxic, the better?……………. >>17
Jacob Schor, ND
The greater benefit of organic vegetables and fruits is not what they don’t contain but what they do contain.


Message from the President………….. >>18
Guru Sandesh Singh Khalsa, ND
University of Bridgeport
A rotating column from the presidents of naturopathic medical colleges.


What’s Happening in the Naturopathic Medical Community……………………… >>19


Homeopathy and Diabetes: Case Study…………………………………. >>20
Joe Kellerstein, DC, ND
Reining in poor kidney function and difficult-tocontrol Type II diabetes.


A Degree and the Company it Keeps…………………… >>21
David Schleich, PhD
A continuing series.

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