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Granulated sugar on wounds can heal them

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Too much sugar may be bad for the waistline, but it could help doctors heal the sick.

New research shows folk medicine from Africa may hold the key to treating wounds that defy modern medicine.

A study found granulated sugar poured directly into bed sores, leg ulcers and even amputations promotes healing when antibiotics and other treatments have failed.

http://www.dailymail...ntibiotics.html

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Seek medical advice before self medicating with granulated sugar on ulcers.

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Too much sugar may be bad for the waistline, but it could help doctors heal the sick.

New research shows folk medicine from Africa may hold the key to treating wounds that defy modern medicine.

A study found granulated sugar poured directly into bed sores, leg ulcers and even amputations promotes healing when antibiotics and other treatments have failed.

http://www.dailymail...ntibiotics.html

Too much sugar may be bad for the waistline, but it could help doctors heal the sick.

New research shows folk medicine from Africa may hold the key to treating wounds that defy modern medicine.

A study found granulated sugar poured directly into bed sores, leg ulcers and even amputations promotes healing when antibiotics and other treatments have failed.

http://www.dailymail...ntibiotics.html

Maybe like us humans can eat mountains of chocolate and get zoned out, all the liitle bacteria and nasties in the wound devour the sugar and therefore igore eating away at the initial meal, ie the human.

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