Regular readers of the Rantings know that I consider the fight against diabetes the greatest battle that the human physiology will fight. Live an anti-diabetic lifestyle and you will lower your risk not just for diabetes, but also for most chronic diseases like heart disease, osteoporosis, stroke, dementia and cancer.
However, mainstream medicine understands the concern about diabetes and has created a large arsenal of drugs designed to combat the elevated blood sugar associated with diabetes. But at what cost? Can diabetic drugs lead to more problems than the diabetic condition itself would have? And what is the truth about diabetic drugs and pancreatic cancer?