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Diabetes and Monounsaturated Fats

ShareAn Australian orthopaedic surgeon amputated his patient’s leg at the knee. The patient had diabetes (and gangrene as a complication); in the course of follow-up, the surgeon advised his patient about diet and  nutrition for better management of diabetes. Later this doctor has been silenced by court order, from giving nutritional advice. It seems an anonymous person contacted the Australian …

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Diabetes and Drastic Care

Drastic care

Share Diabetic patients who have been prescribed medication for their condition, should NOT attempt any special diets in lieu of medicine without their doctor’s permission. Eat healthier, do regular and appropriate exercises and take yoga training that helps one manage diabetes. These protocols may lead to the need for a medication dose reduction and maybe even medication withdrawal. The point …

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Frick Stress or Gain Weight

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ShareBy combining the right ratios of carbs and proteins, you cause your body to burn fat rather than store it. The other thing that feeds into cravings for “comfort foods” is cortisol, another hormone that can cause sweet tooth for these “comfort foods”, directly affecting persons with Type 1 Diabetes and the Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus. Cortisol is a hormone …

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Eggs. Not A Suitable Candidate For Worship.

Diabetes and Eggs

ShareType 2 Diabetes mellitus is increasing in prevalence globally and is becoming a world pandemic. As consumption of eggs is related to the development of some chronic non-infectious diseases, investigations have been undertaken to identify if an increase of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus could partly be related to habits of egg consumption. Researchers found a step-wise increase in risk the …

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FDA Erring On The side Of Precaution.

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ShareWhile DDP-4 drugs used to lower blood sugar in adults with type 2 diabetes mellitus could cause the added discomfort of joint pains. Toni Clarke in Washington reported last month that the FDA of USA identified (between Oct. 16, 2006 and Dec. 31, 2013) thirty-three cases of severe joint pain in patients DPP-4 inhibitors. The FDA advises that patients should not stop taking …

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