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Diabetes and Foot Complications

Share Type 1 and 2 diabetics have been known to develop many diabetic foot problems. Studies have proved that out of the 16 million people suffering from diabetes, quarter are prone to developing foot pain symptoms. Most foot problems occur when there is nerve damage. The most commonly seen nerve damage is peripheral neuropathy, which predominantly affects the use of …

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WHAT IS SUGAR – SUGAR IS BAD

Share Sugar, a carbohydrate, a complex substance made of two simpler substances, fructose and glucose. Nature has made it a part of many essential foods like fruit and milk. The market nutrition labels are full of words such as glucose, sucrose, lactose, maltose, dextrose, starch, corn syrup, fruit juice, raw sugar and honey. Sugar invidiously slips into almost seventy-four percent …

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Diabetes Complications and Kidney Stones.

ShareDiabetes is a condition wherein your body produces insufficient insulin or cannot utilize the insulin properly. Insulin is vital to maintaining blood sugar levels. High blood sugar can cause a multitude of problems in any part of your body, kidneys included. When diabetes affects the functioning of the kidneys it is called diabetic nephropathy. Another complication in relation to kidneys …

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The Diabetic Kidney Disease. Diabetic Nephropathy.

diabetic nephropathy

Share D iabetic nephropathy or diabetic kidney disease is a complication of type 1 or type 2 diabetes caused by damage to the kidneys’ delicate filtering system. The kidneys have many minuscule blood vessels whose job is to filter waste from the blood. These blood vessels are destroyed as a result of high blood sugar from diabetes. Eventually, the kidney …

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Blood Sugar Is Easy, Insulin Is Hard. Gluconeogenesis.

Blood Sugar Is Easy, Insulin Is Hard

ShareEven when there is no food intake, the liver creates blood sugar to prevent blood sugar from falling below the acceptable levels. The body does this in both diabetic and non-diabetic persons. This is medically termed as “GLUCONEOGENESIS”. When the body is unable to undertake this process, it’s common to have high blood sugar in the morning. In non- diabetic …

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