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glucose toxicity. Feline and rodent studies, 61 – 65 wherein blood glucose was artificially increased for days to weeks, confirmed that prolonged hyperglycemia can severely compromise β cell function. The effects of glucose appear to depend on the

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, reductions in body fat, a higher percentage of weight loss, and reductions in voluntary energy intake. 71,73,75–77 Diabetes mellitus Diabetes mellitus is an endocrine disorder that results in hyperglycemia because of insufficient insulin production or

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mellitus, soy protein can reduce serum insulin concentrations and insulin resistance. In humans with or without diabetes, soy protein also appears to moderate hyperglycemia and reduce body weight, hyperlipidemia, and hyperinsulinemia; this supports its

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