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How can treat the diabete tip1?

A: I''m told the natural supplement I''m on can cure mild/med cases of diabetes. I''m taking it to regulate Thyroid, metabolism and will decrease my hypoglycemia which is a related problem to diabetes. email me for more info on it. its affordable, has no bad side effects and can mixed with every drug you are taking exept extreme blood thinners. I really love these minerals, I''m a believer that our bodies can heal themselves if we give them the right tools! Best thing is most people only need to take the suppliments 3-4 months to be cured, cancer takes a little longer. injected (or possibly inhaled) insulin - get a lot of good help to train you to do that right. the difference between type 1 diabetics who live a long time and those who don''t is all in how well they...


Drinking un skimmed milk will cause diabetes?

A: Hey idiot, At age 26, u are living sedentry life on top of it u add more fat cholestrol. its good u asked for advice. If you do not change ur life style u may get worse from the age of 34 to 36. Not necessary u get diabetes, but sure u get stroke hear dieasese, peripheral vascular defects, poor blood circulation, tmurs or cancer, liver dysfunction etc. Want to avoid all that RUN RUn RUn atleast 1 km a day and keep ur weight and BMI normal. This is no Joke want live longer and screw longer keep urself fit. Because the symptoms of heart dieases is ED Know what ur stick becomes sick . Check man and Run change ur sedantry life to active life then things will be okay. Remember at the age 34-36, you will be married and u contract all the above dieasese and be a burden to your family and give it...


What are natural ways to lower the blood sugar if you are a diabetic?

A: exercise or don''t eat for long periods of time.. but the 2nd can lead to hypoglycemia. You can demand your blood to be perfect! Source: http://www.sheep2lion.com/ Exercise is one of the most natural and the quickest Always contact your physician regarding any intention to alter your diet, including the incorporation of Cinnamon into your diet. Use to teaspoon of Cinnamon per day. Add it to your coffee, oatmeal, smoothie, or wherever you find it palatable. If you already suffer from diabetes, be sure to stay on a regular schedule with your Cinnamon usage so that your blood sugar levels don''t yo-yo.Use the same amount at the same time every day so that you can get a sense of how Cinnamon affects your own personal blood sugar readings....


How did the myth formulate around diabetes by it being caused through consuming to much sugar?

A: most people don''t understand the difference between type I and type II diabetes... because most people don''t understand much of human physiology and in this case pathophysiology. blame the unintersting biology teachers in schools! ps: even the spellchecks doesn''t recognise "pathophysiology" True I agree with sdescant. People hear the hype on TV about Type II Diabetes and do not understand that there are two types. As you well know you are born with Type I Diabetes and there is nothing you can do at present except insulin injections. Use your knowledge to educate people, develop an answer, expect them to ask questions, and try not to feel attacked when comments are made (easy for me to say right?). Just suggestions hope they help. Good Luck:) you mean too much sucrose(cane...


What causes type two diabetes?

A: Heredity, high-fat low-fiber diet, hypertension, aging and obesity. Obesity, particularly central obesity/adiposity (fat around the middle) is a more recent cause for DM2 in children but can also be a causative factor in adults as well. Adipose tissue (fat) is insulin-resistant. Gestational dm seen in pregnancy is usually temporary but sometimes persists even after delivery. Hi This is a great website for diabetics. You can post your Question there too http://www.diabetesforums.com/ Age, Genetics, and Weight There is over 1,000 articles on diabetes at http://diabetes.hammocksurvivalguide.com/ I''m sure you can find out a lot there. Heredity and lifestyle are both contributing factors in Type II diabetes. People that are overweight have a...


How many carbs can I have a day on a low carb diet?

A: dont be on a low carb diet low carb diets are not realy safe. Your body need about 200 + grams a day of good carbs. Some of those low carb diets go way way under that. I have known people that only consume 10 or 20 grams a day. That is unsafe for anyone. It depends upon which low carb diet you are on. read the book. Hi, Anthony. Since you''re asking here in diabetes, I assume you have it. So, the best answer I can give you is that the number of CALORIES needs to be balanced to your metabolism, so you maintain a healthy weight. Carbs have 4 calories per gram, as does protein, and fat has 9 calories per gram. Food labels that list carbs now are referring to grams of carbohydrate. You generally...


Diabetes questions?

A: Diabetes Diabetes Overview Diabetes Causes Diabetes Symptoms When to Seek Medical Care Exams and Tests Diabetes Treatment Self-Care at Home Medical Treatment Medications Next Steps Follow-up Prevention Outlook Support Groups and Counseling For More Information Web Links Synonyms and Keywords Authors and Editors Related Diabetes articles: Glycemic Index - on WebMD Diabetes Health Center - on WebMD Diabetes - on MedicineNet Diabetes Overview Diabetes mellitus (dm) is a set of related diseases in which the body cannot regulate the amount of sugar (specifically, glucose) in the blood. Glucose in the blood gives you energy to perform daily activities, walk briskly, run for a bus, ride your bike, take aerobic exercise class, and perform your day-to-day chores. From the foods you eat, glucose...


Please answer diabetic question..?

A: i know your deppresed and probably scared. but you need to move on. you can move on with this. you can fight it. get healthier. if you probably dint know, that if you exercise. it makes you feel better. and also in time takes those depression meds to your garbage. because its a fact that exercise those this! GO TO THE DOCTOR. GO NOW. Do not blow off this disease. I ignored mine for many years, and ended up with bleeding in both eyes. I spend the summer of 2000 blind. I don''t revcommend it. Diabetes is no joke - you need to deal with your symptoms. Trust me. I don''t want anyone else to go through what I went through! Yes I missed 2 months of school when I was diagnosed. Your body needs to adjust to the changes that are occuring. You may need to spend some time in the hospotal if your...


What can be done for diabetic neuropathy?

A: plz be strong.... you can do it pls your see ur doctor asap.... You should strictly control your blood sugar 24 h in a day, 7 days in a week. Whether or not you have a medical condition, eat a healthy diet that''s rich in fruits, vegetables, whole grains and lean protein. The best food sources of vitamin B-12 are meats, fish, eggs, low-fat dairy foods and fortified cereals. If you''re a strict vegetarian, fortified cereals are a good source of vitamin B-12 for you, but you may also want to talk to your doctor about B-12 supplements. The following suggestions can help you manage peripheral neuropathy: * Take care of your feet, especially if you have diabetes. Check your feet daily for signs of blisters, cuts or calluses. Tight shoes and socks can worsen pain and...


Why do you give insulin to type 2 diabetics considering they are non-insulin dependent?

A: your body needs insulin in order to digest sugar. A lot of times when people have diabetes their pancreas (which creates insulin) doesn''t work. That''s why they need insulin to be put into their bodies. some people don''t produce enough insulin in their bodies, while others don''t utilize it properly or their bodies are insulin resistant. nowadays they don''t really call it type 1 or 2. they are using the terms iddm (insulin dependent diabetes mellitus) or niddm ( non-insulin dependent diabetes mellitus) I am type 2 and take insulin. I had to go into the hospital 1 year ago with a very high blood sugar. Apparently, one of themeds I take, a steroid, caused it to raise that high and caused me to need insulin now. Not sure if the pancreas is damaged or what, no further testing but have to...

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