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Take the latest research on this diabetes drug with a pinch of salt. Here's why…

by , 22 October 2013

A new study recently presented at the European Association for the Study of Diabetes claimed that a class of diabetes drugs - sulfonylureas - is 58% more likely to kill you than metformin.

This diabetes study seems like a good sign, at first, coming from a pharmaceutical company. After all, patients generally face the opposite - not knowing about the deadly side effects of pharmaceutical drugs.

Until, I read the makers of metformin funded the study...

Are the dangers of diabetes medications a necessary evil?

Some of the side effects of metformin include: Stomach pain, diarrohoea, painful urination, sleepiness, confusion, depression, dizziness…

So, the fact that metformin may be less deadly than the other drugs, doesn’t necessarily make metformin the best option for diabetes type II.  

The safer natural alternative to treat diabetes Are the dangers

A number of studies published in peer-reviewed medical journals in 2008 found berberine to be just as effective as metformin. 

And the plus side: It’s much safer than metformin which is the most commonly prescribed diabetes drug to help re-regulate blood sugar in type II diabetics. 

But that’s not all…

A study also found in just 13 weeks, patients on berberine experienced more significant reductions in cholesterol and triglycerides than patients on metformin.

A safer, natural herb that is as effective at metformin in lowering blood sugar spikes and cholesterol! 

Now THAT sounds like something to write about! 

Common Diabetes Drugs May Carry Risk, Study Suggests: (nlm.nih.gov)

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