HIGHER CHROMIUM STATUS PROTECTS AGAINST DIABETES AND CVD – (10-13-04)

Lower Toenail Chromium in Men With Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease Compared With Healthy Men

Hair and nails are an effective way to check for heavy metals and certain micronutrient status. Chromium is very effective for helping insulin do its job (chromium’s nickname is Glucose Tolerance Factor or GTF), so the findings in this study are really not a big surprise. But it is nice to see that higher chromium status (as measured by its presence in the nails) protects against diabetes and CVD) Lower Toenail Chromium in Men With Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease Compared With Healthy Men — Rajpathak et al. 27 (9): –

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