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Glycemic Balance and the Brain

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PLAYING DUCKS AND DRAKES WITH YOUR SUGAR INTAKE AND THE SUDDEN SPIKES AND FALLS of body sugar is asking for more trouble than you can imagine. Expanding waistlines and Diabetes are not the only disastrous fall outs. You may be eating up your brain power along with that sugar. Not sweet! Increasingly, studies suggest that the connection between your diet and your risk of developing dementia (including Alzheimer disease) is a connection very similar to that of development of Diabetes Type 2 in a patient. Excess sugar intake impairs both, the brain’s structure and its functions. Charité University Medical

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Diabetes and the Types of Dementias

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Share Dementias are classified by commonality of affected part of brain or of symptoms or by the speed of onset and progress or one or more of these. Progressive dementias (so far neither reversible nor stoppable). ALZHEIMER’s disease. Generally developing after age 60, Alzheimer’s is the most common cause of dementia, early-onset caused by defective gene. Often related to sugar …

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Diabetes Mellitus and Deafness – Treatment

ShareMaternally inherited diabetes and deafness (MIDD) is a form of diabetes that typically goes hand in hand with hearing loss, specifically of high tones. MIDD is a rare form of diabetes that accounts for approximately 1% of all diabetic cases. The diabetes in MIDD is categorized by high blood sugar levels (hyperglycemia) which results from a shortage of insulin – …

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Get the Running Itch

ShareIf you are overweight and suffering from diabetes, running is by far one of the best options to keep those kilos off. One must put in at least 160 minutes of regular exercise a week to aim at decent weight loss. Running also helps to maintain good body composition, quickens weight loss, avoids cardiovascular risks and improves insulin sensitivity as …

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Hypoglycemia versus Hyperglycemia. Stay Perceptive.

Share  F or the body to perform its necessary functions, energy is required. This energy is provided by blood sugar. When the body does not have enough or too little blood sugar, the condition is referred to as Hypoglycemia or low blood sugar. Some of the causes of hypoglycemia are not eating enough food, too much exercise or, for diabetics, …

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