Posted April 18, 2019 17:36:32 If you’re looking to take vitamins and/or supplements without taking them in a pill, you might be wondering if the same precautions apply.
A new study from Johns Hopkins University says it does, and that’s because you can take them in capsule form.
The study, which was conducted with a placebo group of people, was published in the journal PLoS ONE.
It looked at the effect of taking capsules in conjunction with a pill in people with type 2 diabetes.
This type of supplement can be taken in tablet form or powder form.
The study, conducted with the help of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), looked at how well people were able to take capsules in combination with a high dose of insulin.
The results showed that those taking the capsules in pill form were able the best.
However, those taking pills in capsule format were not able to complete the study, meaning the study was not able a follow up to see if people were still able to get the benefits.
The most common way people take capsules is by taking them as a pill.
The researchers say that people can take capsules as a tablet by eating a meal, or taking them with a meal in place of a pill by drinking a meal.
The best way to take a capsule is with a dose of liquid insulin.
This is because when a person takes insulin with a capsule, it will stay in their system longer, which means it is much easier to take.
The other option is to take them as pills, which is what many people do.
This method is more likely to cause side effects, but this study also found that taking a capsule as a whole did not cause a higher risk of diabetes complications.
Dr. Ramesh Naidu, who led the study and is now a professor of pediatrics at Johns Hopkins, said in a statement, “It’s very exciting to see that taking capsules as part of a healthy lifestyle can be very beneficial to patients with diabetes.
It may seem counterintuitive at first, but it’s actually very useful to the diabetic.
People with diabetes who are able to maintain a healthy weight and exercise regularly are able better manage their diabetes.”
The researchers said the next step for the study is to investigate whether taking capsules can be used to treat other types of diabetes, such as type 2, type 3, and non-insulin dependent diabetes.
“We’re excited about the results of this study, and we look forward to exploring this new way of taking a medication to treat diabetes,” Dr. Naidus said in the statement.