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Diabetes Freedom

by Mathew John (2020-02-20)

Tryptophan and Niacin (Vitamin B3). These Diabetes Freedom Review also work together. If you are deficient in niacin, you can get Pellagra which is a disease that brings on diarrhea, a bad rash and dementia. The daily recommended dose is 14 mgs for ladies, and 16 mgs for men. Tryptophan is an amino acid that contains niacin so, if you eat foods such as chicken and turkey that have lots of tryptophan in them, you'll be able to boost your niacin levels.It has been found diabetes is associated with several types of cancer. Researchers at Shandong University's School of Medicine in China recently performed a study on the risk of liver cancer in diabetes patients: their results were published in July 2012 in the journal Diabetes Metabolic Research Review.Forty-nine studies were included in one giant analysis. Type 2 diabetic patients were found to have more than twice the risk of non-diabetics of being diagnosed with cancer of the liver. Patients taking metformin were found to have a lower risk than those treated with other medications. Having diabetes for a long time, being treated with insulin, and taking sulfonylureas were all associated with increased risk of liver cancer.