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Reverse Diabetes in Thin Diabetics

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Share Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery — a proven surgical option for controlling and to reverse diabetes — not only for obese patients, but also for thin diabetics. Eighteen-year-old Myra barely out of junior college, was diagnosed with diabetes requiring regular medicines and restrictive lifestyle changes. Married at the early age of 19 years, her blood sugar levels went up during …

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Treatment of Diabetic Foot Ulcer

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Share The diabetic foot can be a major problem for patients. Foot ulcers can now be totally healed with non-amputation techniques. Diabetic foot ulcers (DFU) are considered the most dreaded complication in people with diabetes. People with diabetes are at a high risk for developing a condition called diabetic neuropathy. This is an affliction of the nerves which leads to …

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Still Using Glucometer? Switch to a Real-Time Prick-Free Glucose Monitoring Device

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Share A series of 150 patients were scientifically monitored using CGMS device and their average HbA1c dropped from 8.5 to 6 through therapeutic and diet modification using real-time glucose monitoring device. Ryan was fatigued. At 52, he was diagnosed with diabetes 15 years ago. He was started on insulin 5 years ago and currently on 26 units in the morning …

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Increased Insulin Resistance Leads to Type 2 Diabetes

Share During the early stage of insulin resistance, amounts of insulin and beta cells become more compromised. Here are some Tips to keep You Tops Diagnostic criteria for pre-diabetes — A fasting plasma glucose test (blood test performed in the morning before you eat) shows that your blood glucose (sugar) reading is between 100 mg/dl and 125 mg/dl (5.5 mmol/l …

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How does a Type 2 Diabetic Develop

Share When one eats sugar or starch, the blood sugar level rises and the pancreas releases the proper amount of insulin to keep blood sugar within the normal range. In someone who is a type 2 diabetic, the production and/or action of insulin is inefficient, so after eating your blood sugar goes up but doesn’t return to normal levels. Clinicians …

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