Diabetes

DIABETIC AND LOW FAT DIET   Food to be recommended  1. High fiber food items like green leafy vegetable, salads, like cucumber, tomato, radish, cabbage etc. And boiled vegetables.   2. Whole grams and pulses are preferable.   3. Mix wheat flour with black chana flour or barley flour in the ration of 4:1 and use without seiving.   4. Whole wheat bread is preferable to white bread.   5. Variety of refined oils should...
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Diabetes is not a disease but is a clinical syndrome characterized by absolute or relative deficiency in which the body does not produce or properly use insulin. Insulin is a hormone, needed to convert sugar, starches and other food into energy for daily life. Diabetes is classified into two types 1. Insulin Dependent Diabetes Mellitus (IDDM): It is also called as type I diabetes. 2. Non-Insulin Dependent Diabetes Mellitus (NIDDM): It is also called as type II...
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Diabetes is tough. When you have diabetes, you need to eat healthy food, stay active,control your weight, take your medicine, and check you blood glucose (sugar) to see how you are doing. And that’s on top of handling all the other things in life! No wonder a person with diabetes can feel stressed out and afraid. Good diabetes care also means controlling the ABCs of diabetes to avoid having a heart attack, a stroke, or...
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The Pumpers:  Better compliance for Insulin-dependent diabetic patients   With some diabetic patients, the hormone known as insulin may be absent, yet it is necessary for their survival.  As I recall, a man named Pauescu developed the concept of insulin replacement from a actual dream he had one nigt, and afterwards went on and discovered a method of using insulin secreted from pigs as a replacement method for humans, which was effective at that time....
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Diabetes is a disease that affects many people, it can strike at any time of their lives. If you have diabetes you want to be active in managing your self-care. The more you control your self-care, the more you take control of your health. May you find information on diabetes from a variety of sources, including your doctor. When managing your care, your doctor will encourage you to take responsibility for the care of your...
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Chronic complications are perhaps the most feared, even though when they are caught early there is a chance of reversing some of the processes. It is only when there is an end, stage process working (that is, when there has been cell damage or destruction) that little can be done. Again: The best way to prevent or delay complications is to keep the blood, glucose levels in the normal range as much of the time...
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What does diabetes mean to a common man? Sugar? But it’s not that simple. Diabetes is a multi-organ disease that affects almost all parts of the body simultaneously and eyes are most commonly affected. The side affects of diabetes can be prevented or delayed by being in touch with doctors. Early diagnosis and treatment goes a long way in preserving good eyesight throughout life. Sometimes, diabetes may be first detected by manifestations in the eye...
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I have been regularly asked about the difference between type 1 and type 2 diabetes. So, I decided to write this post so as to share specific information with my patients. PrevalenceType 1 diabetes accounts for around 10% -15%of all diagnosed diabetes.Type 2 diabetes accounts for around 85% of all people with diabetes. Diagnosis Type 1 - Usually diagnosed in childhood or young adulthood although it can occur at any ageType 2 - Usually diagnosed...
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Do you know whether or not you have diabetes? If you haven’t been tested recently, you may actually have it and not realize it. Diabetes is an insidious and serious condition and the symptoms of diabetes are subtle. Early diabetes symptoms can be very mild so that you might not even notice them. Following are the major symptoms of diabetes - Feeling more thirsty than normal gained (most common) or lost a fair amount of...
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