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Rising costs of Insulin and Digestive Enzymes

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Old 10-11-2017, 04:52 PM   #1
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Default Rising costs of Insulin and Digestive Enzymes

I found this info and thought I'd post it here. Personally, I don't deal with diabetes but more and more "watch" control my blood sugars. I've backed off digestive enzymes recently but after reading this info, I'm back to digestive enzymes which the article says can take the stress off pancreas. I don't know if more people are taking less of their insulin due to rising costs, but that is talked about here.

Insulin Costs Skyrocket While Research Reverses Diabetes | Baseline of Health

I seem to go to Now Foods super enzymes. One with each meal.
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