Type 2 Diabetes Linked to Invasive Bacteria in the Colon, Study Says

As scientists continue on their seemingly never-ending quest to pin down the causes of diabetes, new research suggests that bacteria in the mucus lining of the colon may be one contributor. As reported by Medical Daily, bacteria that invade and attack the intestinal tract can increase inflammation, which interferes with how the body deals with insulin — which can also lead to metabolic disease and type 2 diabetes. Diabetes has become one of the most lethal and expensive global...

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