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New Meta-Study Shows High Correlation of HbA1c with Heart Attack Risk
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Your Small Intestine Has Taste Buds!
There is a difference in insulin response between glucose ingested orally and the same amount of glucose injected directly into the bloodstream. The researchers who discovered this tracked down the difference to the presence of taste receptors in the small intestine. Continue reading →