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New Cures and Treatments for Diabetes

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New Cures and Treatments for Diabetes

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  1. Diabetic Help, Tips & Cures Community Health Programs Diabetes Help Center Feburary 2016

  2. HELPING DIABETICS FIND BETTER WAYS We are a part of the Community Watch Health programs designed to keep people more informed and up-to-date on new ways to help and treat diseases like diabetics. FIND OUT THE COLD HARD TRUTH ABOUT DIABETES, WATCH VIDEO (CLICK HERE) Before diabetes is present in people, it is almost always preceded by a situation called PRE DIABETES. A situation where the blood glucose is higher than normal, but not yet enough to be diagnosed as diabetes. Pre Diabetes is itself a serious medical situation, though can still be reversed by making changes in diet pattern and increasing physical activity. To determine one's blood sugar a test called Fasting Blood Glucose has to be conducted. A value below 100mg/dl is generally accepted to be normal, while a value greater than 100mg/dl but less than 120mg/dl is not full diabetes yet, so it is regarded as Pre diabetes. An individual with a pre diabetes blood glucose level need to take urgent steps to reduce his blood glucose or risk life long diabetes. It should be emphasized, however, that the genetic and racial factors predisposing to diabetes are still beyond human comprehension and control. It makes common sense, 1

  3. HELPING DIABETICS FIND BETTER WAYS therefore, to reduce all human controllable factors to the barest minimum. Most of these factors have to do with social occupational and diet habits. The following tips can help reduce your diabetes risk: * Reduce weight. Obesity seems to be the single most significant factor in diabetes. * Increase Physical Activity. It is an established fact that diabetes is more common among people that lead a sedentary affluent lifestyle. Simple dynamic exercises like brisk walking for 30-50mins daily or 3-5times weekly has been shown to be very helpful. Exercise reduces bodyweight and fat, increases functionality of the heart, reduces the chances of diabetes and also boosts emotions and healthy living. * Cut down or cut out alcohol. Alcoholic intake of more than 2units per day has been shown to adversely affect the body. Alcohol being an addictive drug makes it very difficult to maintain a definite amount of intake for a long time. It is better therefore to strive to cut out alcohol completely. * Avoid Smoking. Stopping smoking will definitely reduce the chances of several other ailments apart from diabetes. * Lean good eating habits, such as; * Cut down on fatty food and junks * Eat more of fish and poultry (without the skin is better). * Garlic reduces blood pressure cholesterol; add it to your meal plan. * Cut the number of eggs you take to 3- 4 weekly (better boiled than fried). * Reduce salt intake to less than 5.8 grams daily. * Eat more of vegetables and fibre rich food, especially fruits. * Finally, constantly monitor your fasting blood glucose, as this is the only way to know when you are getting into trouble. 2

  4. HELPING DIABETICS FIND BETTER WAYS Controlling Diabetes with Diet and Exercise 1. Controlling Diabetes with Diet The word "diet" has such negative connotations and at the mere mention of it, many people recoil. At the mention of the word, most people think it means that you won't be able to eat anything you like, or anything delicious, or will be starving and so forth. When a diet for diabetes is talked about, it simply means a well thought out plan for eating. In some cases, you may even be able to still eat some "bad" foods on occasion as long as you are aware of how they will impact your diabetic eating plan and what adjustments you may need to make when you eat these "bad" foods so that your blood sugar levels do not go crazy and cause you problems. In addition, creating a proper diabetes eating plan will help you get a better understanding of how various foods impact blood sugar levels which will help you make the decision on which foods to eliminate and which to include. Soft drinks, refined grains, etc, have been shown to increase the risk of developing type 2 diabetes and also increasing inflammation in the body. Knowing this will help you make the choice to eliminate soft drinks (regular and diet) and hopefully encourage you to drink more water and to select complex carbs in placed of processed foods made from refined grains. It is important to remember that a healing diabetes diet will vary from one diabetic to another. You have to find the diet that will work for you. Some diabetics may be able to eat certain foods whereas another many have to eliminate that food. There isn't one diet that will work in all cases. One may need to follow a low fat, high carbohydrate diet while another may need to follow a low carbohydrate, high vegetable diet, etc. Find what works for you. THE COLD HARD TRUTH ABOUT DIABETES, WATCH VIDEO (CLICK HERE) 3

  5. HELPING DIABETICS FIND BETTER WAYS While you may be confused about what to eat and what to avoid, you should be prepared to experiment with various recommended foods to see which ones raise your blood sugar levels and which ones help to normalize it. To find which foods are best for controlling blood sugar, you need to monitor your blood sugar levels for a period of time such as two to three weeks. Measure your blood glucose levels first thing in the morning, after breakfast, after meals as well as snacks and also before you go to bed. Also measure the sugar levels before and after physical activity. Once you have an understanding of how your blood sugar levels are affected, you will then be in a better position to create a diet plan that works for you and helps heal your body naturally. 2. Controlling Diabetes with Exercise The other aspect of controlling diabetes is exercise. It is amazing how effective exercise can be against type 2 diabetes especially. Moderate exercise performed consistently that leads to modest weight loss has been shown to prevent insulin resistance that can lead to pre-diabetes and type 2 diabetes. Those who have diabetes also benefit from regular exercise as exercise can not only help control blood glucose levels but can also help prevent serious complications from diabetes. Exercising regularly is one of the best ways to improve insulin sensitivity. Insulin resistance is one of the main issues with the development of type 2 diabetes and results from the body not recognizing the insulin that is produced by the body which keeps glucose in the blood and not removed from the blood and transferred to the cells where it is needed for energy which ends up starving the cells in the body. By improving insulin sensitivity with the help of exercise, this glucose will be removed from the blood 4

  6. HELPING DIABETICS FIND BETTER WAYS by insulin and transferred to the cells and used more efficiently by the cells without any issues which will help to manage blood glucose levels. Exercise (and diet) is also the best way to control weight. Type 2 diabetes has reached epidemic levels and the main culprit is obesity as it has been found that at least 80 percent of type 2 diabetes patients and those with pre-diabetes have been found to be obese. It is believed that obesity can lead to insulin resistance which increases the risk of developing pre-diabetes and type II diabetes. It is also important to monitor blood sugar levels before and after exercise. If you have type I diabetes, you will need to make sure that you do not overly exert yourself to the point of becoming hypoglycemic which is a state of low blood sugar. Low blood sugar can lead to fatigue, dizziness, sweating, headaches, trembling and if severe, consciousness can be lost as well as falling into a coma. Those with type II diabetes though they have more leeway with exercise, should still monitor their blood sugar levels before and after exercise. If you are on medication, you need to work with your doctor to make the necessary adjustments to your exercise regimen. In addition, diabetics who deal with neuropathy need to ensure that the nerve endings in the feet are protected. High impact running or jogging may not be advised in cases of neuropathy. Dehydration is another area for diabetics to be concerned about when exercising since frequent urination is one of the symptoms of diabtes. High impact exercise can also affect the capillaries in the eyes that have been weakened by diabetes. If you have eye problems due to diabetes, make sure that the exercise selected will not make vision problems worse or cause rapture which can occur especially if you use weights. Talk to your doctor before beginning any exercise program and set realistic goals in order to avoid too low or too high blood sugar levels as well as the other issues that exercise may cause in people with diabetes. Start small and gradually build up. 5

  7. HELPING DIABETICS FIND BETTER WAYS Exercise is an important component of diabetes management and many of its other benefits include helping to lower blood pressure, raising good cholesterol (HDL) levels, strengthening bones, toning the heart and other muscles, eliminating stress, weight loss, strengthening the respiratory system, etc. Do it no matter how you feel. You will feel better and after you finish you will fill like you can conquer the world including diabetes! The Outlook is Bleak Not taking a proactive approach to diabetes treatment will lead to kidney disease, heart disease, blindness, high blood pressure, stroke, infections and wounds that are slow to heal or never heal, limb amputation and even falling into a diabetic coma when severe. Controlling diabetes with diet and exercise is one of the best ways to ensure that this is not your future and present. But you need not be afraid or feel powerless because simple changes to your lifestyle can produce amazing results and you will be able to live a long and productive life even if you have the more serious type 1 diabetes which is preventable or not curable. Controlling diabetes with diet and exercise is something that every diabetic is tasked with because the alternative is bleak. Diet and exercise allow you to lessen the effects of diabetes on your body and life and help you thrive even with this diagnosis. In the case of type 2 exercise, diabetes and diet may even allow you to reverse this type of diabetes. URGENT DIABETES HEALTH BULLETIN FROM THE DOCTORS AT THE INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL FOR TRUTH IN MEDICINE, WATCH VIDEO (CLICK HERE) 6

  8. HELPING DIABETICS FIND BETTER WAYS Latest Diabetic news, 2016 New diabetes drug cuts cost by 80%: Read more... Skinny people get type 2 diabetes too: Read more... Study unravels link between surgery, diabetes remission: Read more... Is Personalized Diabetes Care Better for Women vs Men?: Read more... Johnson & Johnson, ViaCyte Testing Possible Diabetes Cure Read more... Maternal Prepregnancy Obesity, Diabetes Linked to Autism Read more... Sleepless nights might raise women's type 2 diabetes risk Read more... Scientists Make Breakthrough in Controlling Type 1 Diabetes Read more... One in three mentally ill patients with diabetes can be saved Read more... Some sources: Diabetes Research Center, University Clinical Investigators Inc. National Instiute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases Diabetes Research Center, University of Washington 7

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