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01/14/04 01:52
Kevin

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01/14/04 01:52
Kevin

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phenobarbitone

Hi folks,

I just added another catagory of persons predisposed to Dupuytrens, which would be phenobarbitone (barbituates). I wasn't aware of this catagory, but it turns out that barbituates will immeditely stop the production of insulin!

01/15/04 01:03
Kevin

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01/15/04 01:03
Kevin

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Vitamin C

Hi Everyone,

I have just added vitamin C to my web site because it has been anecdotally associated with Dupuytrens disease, AND because research shows that it will reduce insulin levels.

01/15/04 01:46
Anon

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01/15/04 01:46
Anon

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Lecithin

'Natural Approach to DC' (last post Jan 10) has interesting info about Lecithin....does it fit into your theory?

Anon

01/15/04 01:48
Anon

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01/15/04 01:48
Anon

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by the way...

I'm in the website...yeah...the theory is facinating.

01/15/04 01:29
Kevin

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01/15/04 01:29
Kevin

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Lecthin

Anon,

Was Lecthin thought to be good or bad?

01/15/04 01:57
Anon

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01/15/04 01:57
Anon

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Lecithin

I moved up the posts re: Lecithin...but now that I've read your theory a little closer...I am going to do some 'Googling' with 'Lecithin and insulin'.

In the mean time...I suggest to anyone who reads this post...to read the website by the American Diabetes Association...it talks of Pre-Diabetes, Frozen Shoulder, Cataracts...and many other problems associated with diabetes. You might find elements of your own medical history there.

If you have had something that is not listed...google it with the word insulin...you might get a surprise.

Gallbladder problems are not listed on the Diabetes website but, when I googled 'Gallbladder and Insulin' ...BINGO...there's been a recent study linking the two.

Good luck folks..

Anon


01/15/04 01:24
jim h

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01/15/04 01:24
jim h

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Iceland and insulin

Kevin, I like the theory - but here's something to chew on: I've read that in Iceland, an estmated 19% of males over 46 have Dupuytren's, presumably due to a genetic component - yet Iceland also has "low rates of type 2 diabetes, despite a higher prevalence of obesity than neighboring countries."


01/15/04 01:34
Lady Margaret

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01/15/04 01:34
Lady Margaret

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Peonies Forum

...has an interesting thread called 'doctor put me on this today for pd treatment'. This thread has info on an enzyme called Nattokinase and a plant called Natto....anyways...when you Google,

a)Lecithin insulin
b)Lecithin diabetese
c)Nattokinase insulin
d) Nattokinase diabetes

....their paths all cross with Kevins theory....


Lady Margaret

01/15/04 01:37
Lady Margaret

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01/15/04 01:37
Lady Margaret

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Iceland

Perhaps Type 2 diabetes, or 'Pre-diabetes' (American Diabetes Association)... is not being diagnosed often enough?

01/15/04 01:00
jim h

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01/15/04 01:00
jim h

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Iceland

Nattokinase is of interest because it dissolves fibrin. Although the terms 'nattokinase' and 'insulin' sometimes appear on the same web page, I think that's coincidence - so far I've not seen any information on a direct connection.

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