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Diabetics have an increased vulnerability to heart disorder, stroke, nerve damage, eye disorder, kidney failure, infection and poor wound healing. This is due to several inter-related metabolic abnormalities. Their bodies resist the action of insulin, from the blood into the cells. This is called "insulin resistance." The diabetic's blood becomes "thick" or "sticky". This causes blood clots or thromboses that damage blood vessels. Their metabolism creates excessive levels of biochemical oxidants or free radicals. This injures tissue and stresses the body's anti-oxidant defenses.
What is Type-2 diabetes
Type-2 diabetes develops when the insulin producing cells in the body are unable to produce enough insulin or when the insulin produced does not work properly (known as insulin resistance)
Insulin is a hormone, it works as a chemical messenger that helps your body use the glucose in your blood to give you energy. You can think of it as the key that opens the door to the body’s cells. Once the door is unlocked glucose can enter the cells where it is used as fuel.
Diabetes can be treated through healthy diet, proper medication, nutrition and increased physical activity.
The Diabetes Diet Effective
HCF Diet --high in complex carbohydrates and plant fiber (e.g. whole fruit, green vegetables and beans), low in saturated animal fats, simple sugars.
Plant fiber concentrates
Treat High Blood Pressure
Treat High Cholesterol
Exercise: Exercise rapidly increases the body's sensitivity to insulin, reducing blood sugar levels.
Caution: Exercise can cause low blood sugar requiring a reduction in dose for insulin or diabetes pills.
intensity of exercise you may safely perform is very important. Diabetics with unrecognized heart disorder are less likely than non-diabetics to feel chest pain (angina) as a warning sign that they are exerting too vigorously.
HCF Diet: Blood sugar usually improves with a diet that is high in complex carbohydrates and plant fiber, and low in saturated animal fat, sugar and refined starch. Strive for at least 5 fruit and vegetable servings daily.
Mental Calmness: Stress increases the adrenal glands' output of adrenaline and cortisone, two hormones which act to increase blood sugar. Relaxation training and stress management techniques help improve blood sugar control.
Plant Fiber: Plant fiber concentrates such as psyllium do more than just help constipation. They also slow the absorption of sugar and starch. The following fibers have modest blood sugar lowering effects: glucomannan, guar gum, legume fiber, oat gum, pea fiber, apple pectin, psyllium. Of course- the most direct way to get fiber is from increasing the fruit, vegetable and legumes in your diet.
Treat Cholesterol: High cholesterol increases the diabetic's risk for heart disorder and stroke.
Treat High Blood Pressure: Even modest blood pressure elevations greatly increase the risk of diabetes complications. Most diabetics should be compulsive about blood pressure control.
Weight loss: Excess fat cells create chemical messengers that block the body's ability to respond to insulin. As the fat comes off the diabetic's own insulin works better and blood sugar improves.
The following products are recommended for bringing order to the Lifestyle Disorders.
Supplements for Diabetes
Dosage recommendation can be sought from our specialist at My HealthWorks Clinics/ Telephonically.
BIOFLAVONOIDS such as quercetin or rutin increases the strength of blood vessels, especially capillaries, and might also increase the pancreas production of insulin.
BIOTIN -reduced blood sugar & effective for diabetic nerve damage.
CHROMIUM -at doses of 200 to 500 micrograms daily reduces blood sugar and insulin requirement in some diabetics, especially among diabetics over age 65.
COENZYME Q: studies indicate that 60 to 120 mg of coenzyme Q daily increases insulin production and improves blood sugar control. Coenzyme Q10 is an important factor in cellular energy production and also has antioxidant properties.
FOLIC ACID AND VITAMIN B 12- may reduce the risk of heart disorder and stroke among the large proportion of diabetics who have an elevated blood level of the amino acid, homocysteine. Vitamin B 12 may also help some patient with diabetic nerve damage.
GARLIC AND ONION -both have significant blood sugar-lowering action as well as blood-thinning and cholesterol-lowering effects. One study found an increasing ability to reduce blood sugar for increasing amounts of onion over the range of one to seven ounces. Raw and boiled onion had similar effect. Garlic has an effect at one to two cloves a day. Commercial garlics are also effective at a daily dose that provides about 8 mg of alliin.
GLUTATHIONE- is often low in diabetics. This may interfere with vitamin C metabolism.
MAGNESIUM- has potentially beneficial effects at several key steps of glucose and insulin metabolism. Diabetics tend to lose magnesium in their urine and develop magnesium deficiency. Diabetics who are in poor blood sugar control or who develop complications have a higher rate of magnesium deficiency.
VEGETABLE OILS -containing large amounts of polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA) may reduce blood sugar, blood vessel and nerve complications.: The best way to get vegetable oil us to eat green and yellow vegetables, legumes, nuts and seeds. , high doses increase the body's oxidative stress. Take extra vitamin E if you eat much oil.
VITAMIN B6 (pyridoxine) is often low in diabetics, especially among those who have nerve damage. Vitamin B 6 is important for magnesium metabolism.
VITAMIN C -is often low in diabetics. Most studies show an improvement in blood sugar control with taking vitamin C supplements: Extra vitamin C can affect the results of urine tests for glucose. It does not alter the blood tests.
VITAMIN E: At 400 I.U. daily Vitamin E reduces oxidation stress and decreases the stickiness of blood. At 600 I.U., vitamin E has been shown to improve the body's ability to use glucose and might reduce insulin requirements. Many people use vitamin E at 400 I.U.
VITAMIN B1 (thiamine), if low, can contribute to nerve damage.
ZINC: At 20 mg daily zinc may improve glucose utilization, strengthen wound healing and increase resistance to infection.