San Francisco, April 1, 2008 — Two new studies out of Croatia show strong evidence that residents of areas high in stork and baby populations also show high incidence of diabetes, and patients living in the affected areas also experience high blood sugar more often — despite drug treatments — than their counterparts elsewhere in the world.
The studies also showed that the following lifestyle elements either cause or exacerbate diabetes: watching TV, eating dairy products, consuming caffeine and all carbonated beverages, proximity to “dirty electrical power,” and having large breasts.
Just like earlier studies on diabetes and chocolate, the new Croatian studies were conducted on 15 (yes, fifteen!) hand-selected patients, who do not actually have diabetes. Correlations were used to extrapolate cause and effect.
Aaaah, it feels good to be informed