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Parlodel (Bromocriptine)

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CHANCES OF PREVENTING ARTERIAL DISEASE IN DIABETICS
One of the most stimulating new facts about diabetes was discovered by Professor Y. Goto and his colleagues in Japan. They looked at the cause of death in a large number of diabetics. The post-mortem findings showed that 6-5 per cent had died from coronary disease, a much lower percentage than in other countries. The comparable American figure is over 50 per cent. The implication is that environmental factors can strikingly lessen the risk of heart attack in diabetics. We saw that there were national differences in the amount of fat people eat – the Japanese eat less than one fifth as much saturated fat as Americans do. This suggests that Japanese diabetics may be protected from heart attack by their lower intake of saturated fat. This is not an isolated finding: Dr McGill’s international study also showed that atherosclerosis of the coronary arteries was less pronounced in Mexican and Costa Rican diabetics than in diabetics in the U.S.A.
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