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As we get older maintaining our weight tends to get harder. The slowing of our metabolism with time may be part of the reason. How real is that process and at what age does it begin? What kinds of things can be done to reverse a slowing metabolism without using drugs?

Metformin has been the mainstay of diabetes treatment for 50 years with an impressive array of success stories in terms of effectiveness and affordability. On top of this, recent research points to the unexpected potential of metformin for the ability to reduce the risk of dementia and cancer and may even slow the aging process. So why is this drug so under-rated? Our review at metabolism.com digs into these intriguing questions.

Without effective intervention the early stage of type 2 diabetes known as prediabetes carries a high risk of progressing to outright diabetes. Metabolism.com provides an up-to-date summary of recommendations from national authorities, for preventing and possibly reversing this life long affliction

Diabetes can be defined simply as elevated blood sugar levels. What exactly is high blood sugar and when should someone be concerned about their level? Does having prediabetes mean diabetes is around the corner? Metabolism.com tackles this tricky but important topic in this comprehensive review.

The craze for Ozempic and related medications for weight loss has come at a great price both economically and possibly health-wise for users of these medications. Major pharmaceutical companies are making billions of dollars of profit while small start up companies offering bootlegged versions of these drugs along with generic drug makers are hoping to join in the bonanza, as well.

Shortages caused by explosive use of a new class of anti-obesity medications has caused hardship for those who need them as well as those who can't afford them. This review covers 60 years of controversy in the anti-obesity field.

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As we get older maintaining our weight tends to get harder. The slowing of our metabolism with time may be part of the reason. How real is that process and at what age does it begin? What kinds of things can be done to reverse a slowing metabolism without using drugs?

Metformin has been the mainstay of diabetes treatment for 50 years with an impressive array of success stories in terms of effectiveness and affordability. On top of this, recent research points to the unexpected potential of metformin for the ability to reduce the risk of dementia and cancer and may even slow the aging process. So why is this drug so under-rated? Our review at metabolism.com digs into these intriguing questions.

Without effective intervention the early stage of type 2 diabetes known as prediabetes carries a high risk of progressing to outright diabetes. Metabolism.com provides an up-to-date summary of recommendations from national authorities, for preventing and possibly reversing this life long affliction

Diabetes can be defined simply as elevated blood sugar levels. What exactly is high blood sugar and when should someone be concerned about their level? Does having prediabetes mean diabetes is around the corner? Metabolism.com tackles this tricky but important topic in this comprehensive review.

The craze for Ozempic and related medications for weight loss has come at a great price both economically and possibly health-wise for users of these medications. Major pharmaceutical companies are making billions of dollars of profit while small start up companies offering bootlegged versions of these drugs along with generic drug makers are hoping to join in the bonanza, as well.

Shortages caused by explosive use of a new class of anti-obesity medications has caused hardship for those who need them as well as those who can't afford them. This review covers 60 years of controversy in the anti-obesity field.

Welcome to the Thyroid Project

Metabolism.com presents the introductory patient interview for The Thyroid Project during which she describes the predicament of someone who has been unsuccessfully treated for hypothyroidism.

Welcome to the Thyroid Project

Metabolism.com presents the introductory patient interview for The Thyroid Project during which she describes the predicament of someone who has been unsuccessfully treated for hypothyroidism.

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