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|Statement||S. Weir Mitchell|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||101 pages ;|
|Number of Pages||101|
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It would be very helpful for Dr. Bernstein to comment on this subject. Carl Lau, Internet. Answer: Despite the claims of many, fat does not raise blood sugar. The loss of fat which is not due to change of diet or to exercise, especially its rapid or steady loss, nearly always goes along with conditions which impoverish the blood, and, on the other hand, the gain of fat up to a certain point seems to go hand in hand with a rise in all other essentials of health, and notably with an improvement in the.
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