Diabetes Dirge, aka Diabetes for Dummies

Mani Malagón

Captain Mani Malagón (Manuel A Malagón-Fajar), USN (retired), MIT '74 (B.S. Math), US Naval Postgraduate School '86 (M.S.E.E.), US Army War College '99, served in US nuclear attack submarines & commanded USS Olympia (SSN 717). He was assigned to Submarine Force Pacific, 7th Fleet & Mine Warfare staffs, and as Defense Attaché to Chile. He has used a therapeutic ketogenic diet as a principal adjunct to ameliorate his brother’s schizophrenia.

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  1. Mantra277 says:

    Thank you for great article. Wish to add that during T2D an excess of insulin released also promotes release of the vasoconstrictor endothelin while Tumor Necrosis Factor alpha cytokine creating acute inflammation, decreases eNOS expression and stimulates von Willebrand Factor release. Looks like “perfect trio” for a CVA or PE…

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