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Re: [IP] amylien study

Iwas also on the amylien study a few years ago.. It did the same thing to as
well, I was on amylien for half of the study and then on a placebo for the
other half. I did not know which one was which but I did notice a difference
in my glucose levels during the second half . I suspected it was the


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Subject: Re: [IP] amylien study

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> It is this hormone that is release when insulin is released. Those of us
> diabetes don't release this hormone. I can't give you the technical info,
> what it does is it helps stablize the blood sugar after meals. I have been
> it two weeks today and my post meal sugars have been varry level. I hardly
> fluctuate. Another aspect of this hormone is that it makes you feel full.
> you eat less. If you want more info email me off-list.
> REMINDER:  It is still in the study phase.
> Adriana
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