October 25, 2016

What is Diabetes and What Causes It?

Filed under: diabetes,Health,obesity — Tags: , , , , , — jpestano @ 3:22 pm

Type 2 diabetesDiabetes affects approximately 29 million American and 8 million of that total are unaware that they have this disease. Diabetes is a group of disorders that occur through high blood glucose levels. There are two types of diabetes: Type 1 caused by the body’s inability to make insulin, and Type 2 as a result of the body’s inability to react to insulin. In the human body, the pancreas is responsible for producing the hormone insulin. This hormone is responsible for regulating the transport of sugars that have been broken down so the body is able to absorb them. When cells are unable to react to insulin effectively, it usually means that a person is going through insulin resistance. People with Type 2 Diabetes experience this problem in large magnitudes.

There are numerous reasons by which a person could be diagnosed with this condition. For instance, mutated or defected DNA could be the cause that the cells are not able to produce or stimulate the release of insulin. Also, obesity is another major reason for Type 2 diabetes. Consumption of foods that are highly processed and have large amounts of carbohydrates causes multiple spikes in blood sugar levels. This adds pressure on the body to use insulin to control sugar in blood levels. The links between obesity and diabetes is well-documented; it has been recorded that “90% of people living with type 2 diabetes are overweight or [obese]” [1].

[1] Your Weight and Diabetes. Obesity Society. Retrieved From: http://www.obesity.org/content/weight-diabetes

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November 6, 2012

How Do You Know if You Have Diabetes? Answers.

Filed under: diabetes — Tags: , , , — robertprice @ 10:20 am

Sometimes being diabetic is blatantly obvious. Major diabetic symptoms can land you in the hospital.

However, pre-diabetes – which can develop into a full-blown case of the metabolic disorder – is often far more subtle. Symptoms can be mistaken for other problems.

Only three different blood tests, administered and interpreted by a doctor, can let you know if you have diabetes or not. There are many symptoms you can watch for, however, that will clue you in to the fact that these tests are necessary, and to discover if you need treatment.

There are several different symptoms that diabetics experience and which, if you experience them, may show that you are either diabetic or prediabetic. Since these symptoms are similar to those caused by other ailments, it is much more likely that you have diabetes if several symptoms are present rather than just one.

 

How Do You Know If You Have Diabetes? The Symptoms.

Diabetes causes problems with the body’s water balance. Thirst and urination are two of the major red flags that you can use to know if you have diabetes, especially if you experience both.

Many diabetics and prediabetics feel frequent, intense thirst, as in the case of the famous Spanish author Miguel de Cervantes, who wrote Don Quixote, and who said that drinking the entire ocean could not have quenched his thirst.

This thirst is usual accompanied by frequent urination. The reason is that untreated diabetes causes most fluid to move through your body without being absorbed.

Thus, drinking a lot does not rehydrate you, but only refills your bladder over and over. Your body also tries to flush excess glucose out through the urinary system, triggering further urination.

Feeling hungry all the time while losing weight is another red flag for diabetes – without enough insulin, your body is unable to process the sugars in food properly to give you energy. Most of it goes to waste, leaving you undernourished.

Moreover, these problems can deal a blow to your energy. People with undiagnosed diabetes can feel weak and listless.

Injuries tend to heal slowly. Your body has neither the fluid nor the energy to deal with them properly. You may also be more prone to infections, especially bladder, skin, and mouth infections. Deprived of fluid, your eyes may start to blur on occasion.

Other signs are more subtle and might go unnoticed. A dry mouth, various aches, dry and itchy skin, and vaginal itching occur without diabetes and may be ignored even when they are a sign of it. If you notice these symptoms along with any of those above, there is a stronger chance that you are either diabetic or pre-diabetic. It might be a good idea to get tested.

 

Think You Have Diabetes? Try This.

Concerned about getting diabetes? You may want to start a diabetes-healthy diet.

Even if you’re not diabetic, it’s still helpful to eat a healthier food each day. Diabetic diets are low-fat, low-calorie diets that can help keep you healthier and more active. Fish is a good protein source for this diet and also improves cardiac health (though deep-fried fish can be harmful).

Legumes (such as beans), fruits, vegetables, and whole grains form the backbone of a diabetes-healthy diet. Nuts, olives, avocados, and olive oil are all helpful in moderation.

Aim for plenty of fiber and as little salt as possible. Though this diet will not directly help you know if you have diabetes, it will keep you stronger and lessen the problem’s effects if it really is there.

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September 24, 2012

Lipitor and Diabetes: Are You at Risk?

Filed under: diabetes — robertprice @ 12:20 pm

The United States Food and Drug Administration or FDA recently added diabetes as one of the side effects of Lipitor.

A study conducted by the agency has shown evidence of a connection between type-2 diabetes and the taking of Lipitor. This applies to all other kind of statin drugs, too.

The study was based on three clinical trials. Results showed an increased, but small, risk of higher blood sugar levels. In short, people who had been taking Lipitor were more likely to be diagnosed with type-2 diabetes mellitus.

In addition to diabetes mellitus, Lipitor may also have other serious adverse effects.  Among these side effects are the loss of memory, muscle soreness, and damage to, and even failure of, the kidneys.

Are You Taking Lipitor and at Risk for Diabetes?

While the study did show a correlation between diabetes and Lipitor usage, the increased risk is mostly for patients who already have other well-known diabetes risk factors.

These four major diabetes risk factors are:

  • Elevated triglycerides (a type of body fat)
  • Excess body weight
  • High blood pressure
  • High blood sugar levels

If you take Lipitor and you have these risk factors as well, you may be at risk for developing new-onset diabetes.

Needless to say, managing these risks is very important.

One of the best things a person can do to reduce their risk is to keep a healthy body weight. Unfortunately, those who take Lipitor may be doing so due to unhealthy lifestyle and eating choices.

Lipitor is great for cholesterol. But, that doesn’t mean a person taking Lipitor is immune from other related diseases.

In fact, it’s just the opposite. As the study suggests, Lipitor may make you more vulnerable to diabetes.

The extra risk of developing diabetes seems to be limited to those who have at least two of the four risk factors mentioned above.

Diabetes and Lipitor: Benefits vs. Risks

Lipitor is one of the most commonly prescribed and used medicines available today. The drug gets high praise and is widely used for good reason.

Lipitor can dramatically and considerably lower a patient’s levels of “low-density lipoprotein cholesterol,” more popularly known as bad cholesterol. Some studies have even shown that taking Lipitor can actually help save and enhance the lives of those who already have heart disease.

The new safety reminders of the FDA are reasonable. There’s no doubt that they know what they’re talking about.

But, here’s the bottom line. The risk of contracting diabetes mellitus when taking Lipitor may be considered small by some health professionals. Especially when it is contrasted against the medicinal benefits: significantly reduced risk of having a sudden heart attack or stroke.

However, if you are seriously at risk for diabetes as it stands, be sure to talk to your doctor. Lipitor may be increasing that risk.

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April 6, 2012

7 Foods to Eat for Arthritis Suffers

Filed under: diabetes — robertprice @ 5:52 pm

foods for arthritis sufferersArthritis is a generic term for joint inflammation.   It can be placed into two categories: osteoarthritis (degeneration of the joints) and rheumatoid (general inflammation of the joints).    Currently, over 50 million people suffer from doctor diagnosed arthritis, or 1 in 5.  In several cases, what you eat has a direct impact on the pain that you feel.

“Food isn’t a panacea, but some can make your joints healthier,” said Leslie Bonci, R.D., director of Sports Nutrition in the Department of Orthopedic Surgery at the University of Pittsburgh.  Your food intake makes an impact upon the way that your body feels, and when you make the right choices, you’re reducing the symptoms that are associated with arthritis pain.

The added inflammation of the joints might be a result of food allergies which you have.  For instance, someone who has an allergy to dairy products might also feel arthritis pain.  These allergies should be tested by a doctor to discover the best course of action in tackling your suffering.

Here is the list of seven foods which you should avoid if you have arthritis.

  • Dairy Products
  • Corn
  • Meat
  • Citrus Fruits
  • Nuts
  • Soda

Sodium is a major cause of arthritis pain because it dehydrates the joints and makes even the most healthy joints lose their resilience.  A simple reduction in the amount of salt that you eat can help with your whole body health, reducing the symptoms of arthritis as well as your risks for high blood pressure and other ailments.

Check the nutritional information on the processed food that you eat.  Sometimes, the sodium content is through the roof with 1200mg for a single meal.  The CDC recommends that your daily intake be 1500mg, split among several meals.  Some of the more naturally prepared vegetarian meals have lower sodium and lower sugar content, but it’s necessary to check around.

The best diet for arthritis sufferers consists of leafy greens and non-citrus fruit.  Not only does this diet promote joint health, but it encourages weight loss which will also help alleviate some of the pain that you might be feeling.  In some cases, the proper food choices have eliminated arthritis and helped patients lead happy, healthy lives.

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December 2, 2011

Smartphone Medical Software: Cool, Or Life-Changing?

What is a smartphone? If you do not know already, a smartphone is the next evolution of a traditional phone. Put another way, it is a phone with a (relatively) full operating system, enabling you to do most of what you could do on a personal computer, virtually anywhere.

There is no question that smartphones are the here and now; in fact, they seem to be the future as well. They are innovative, and surprising in the scope of where and what they can make possible when compared to their last-generation counterparts. Smartphones enable lifestyles, and because of that, they are just plain cool.

While some people are caught in the question of which mobile app is the best for business, or recreation, more and more people who live with certain physiological or psychological conditions find themselves inquiring about what the best medical apps for the iphone are, or the best medical applications for Android.

Unlike Angry Birds, or some of the more superfluous applications out there, some of the best medical apps for the iPhone or Android are literally changing the quality lives by providing services and lifestyle benefits that not even a live personal physician could offer. Now that is cool.

So, what is the best smartphone medical software available right now?

Gift of Speech: Press to Download

Take Proloquo2go, an ingenious little collection of software that allows people who suffer from verbal communication problems—such as people who have had a stroke, are afflicted by some form of Parkinson’s Disease, or Autism—to effectively communicate through a the workings of a collection of pictographs that correspond to certain words which the phone then speaks out loud.

Dr. Dr. James Aw, of the Medcan Clinic, a leading private health clinic in Toronto, has a patient, Nima, whose autistic daughter uses Prolonquo2go to great success. “This is the first thing that’s helped,” Nima says. “Before, my daughter had trouble communicating with her family. Now, we’re getting to the point that she’s able to communicate with anyone. Her world is wide open.”

Wireless Blood Sugar App

Something else in the way of smartphone medical software is called ‘Bant,’ a device intended for treatment of type 1 diabetes. Instead of using a traditional insulin syringes and needles, users prick themselves with (a) glucometer(s) several times a day, monitoring their blood-sugar levels for trends which may affect their next insulin dose. The information is sent back to the mobility medical equipment wirelessly. Bant’s name refers to Sir Frederick Banting, one of the great researchers in medicine and one of the Canadian doctors who helped to discover insulin. The application is somewhat intended for teens who can be apt to forget their testing, and Bant was credited with users conducting about 50% more monitoring in a clinical trial than the traditional alternative.  (Note: possibly because participating teens who logged their tests were rewarded with credits at the iTunes store).

Smartphone Medical Software 2.0

Bant and Proloquo2go represent the next paradigm of patient care; they are the baby steps towards what could be possible someday—someday soon, in all likelihood. Even now, instead of performing body-weight calculations by hand, doctors have medical reference apps like Medscape, Micromedex, and Epocrates to help them with on-the-fly assessments. These types of tools will only get more sophisticated as next generation smartphone medical software emerges.

For instance, imagine if instead of a diabetes iPhone application there was an iPhone application that could test and monitor your entire body? What if it could give you live dietary advise, or call 9.11 if it sensed you were having a heart attack?

All this progression begs the question of whether or not computers and robots may eventually take over the role of doctors all-together?

To this point, Dr. Aw remains skeptical: “As no two faces are the same, no two bodies are alike, and no two individuals react alike and behave alike under the abnormal conditions which we know as disease.”

In other words, it would seem doctors will always represent that grey area between theory and application, but the prevalence and evolution of the tools available for them will certainly go a long way in supplementing much of the workload they are now burdened with. The end result is lifestyles that are rich in meaning and open in accessibility—and that is pretty cool.

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November 9, 2011

True Or False Diabetes Facts

Filed under: diabetes — Tags: , , , — robertprice @ 6:06 pm

Diabetes is a common illness which is spreading through the nation. There are two types of diabetes: Type 1 and Type 2. People get their energy from the glucose levels in the blood stream.  Insulin, along with other hormones, works to regulate glucose levels. People with diabetes either cannot produce enough insulin to regulate glucose, (type 1 diabetes) or their bodies cannot use the insulin in their blood properly (type 2 diabetes). There are instances of a person having a combination of both type 1 and type 2 diabetes. Here are 5 true or false facts about diabetes. See if you can spot the false ones!

  1. Eating too much sugar causes diabetes.
  2. False: Type 1 diabetes is caused by the destruction of the insulin-producing cells in the pancreas, so the main cause of diabetes is not sugar consumption.  Type 2 diabetes is the result of an inability for insulin to be used properly. This may be genetically inherited, though eating too much sugar, which leads to weight gain, can increase one’s risk of contracting diabetes. However, in both cases the main cause of diabetes is not the excessive consumption of sugary sweets.

  3. Children with Diabetes cannot eat as many sweets as other children.
  4. True: Children with diabetes are able to eat sugary foods, though they have to ensure their diet is balanced. This means that they have to control the amount of carbohydrates, including treats, they consume. Sweets do not provide any real nutritional value and these types of foods should be avoided. Therefore children and adults should avoid treats as much as possible.

  5. Insulin cures Diabetes.
  6. False: Taking insulin is necessary to manage a person’s diabetes but does not cure it. Insulin works to remove glucose out of your bloodstream and send it to your cells to be put to good use. This does not mean that the main cause of diabetes, a lack of insulin or inability to use insulin, is cured when taking insulin.  It means that it is manageable through stimulating your body create its own insulin.

  7. Increasing your dosage of insulin doesn’t mean your Diabetes is getting worse.
  8. True: It is important for people with diabetes to eat a well- balanced diet, to exercise, and to maintain their blood sugar levels. People with diabetes need to take insulin to carry the glucose from their blood stream into cells.  However, when less insulin is being produced by the pancreas, more insulin must be taken in. This does not mean, though,  that your diabetes has worsened.

  9. Children with diabetes cannot exercise.
  10. False: Exercise is an important part of your child’s lifestyle.  Every child should manage their weight and prevent obesity by taking part in a healthy dose of exercise. However, it is challenging for children with diabetes to do exercise because the glucose in their system is not being transmitted to be used as energy. This does not mean that children should not take part in exercise. It just means they need to be sure to take their insulin so that they have enough energy.

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August 12, 2010

Health Concern over BPA Exposure

Filed under: diabetes,heart disease,plastic bottles — Tags: , , , , , — robertprice @ 4:25 pm

water bottle, BPA, BPA free, waterBisphenol A, also known as BPA, is an industrial chemical that is used in the manufacturing of many products that we use every day. This chemical is most commonly found in hard plastics, including food storage containers, plastic bottles, dental sealants, toys and the linings of food cans. Recent concern has arisen over the effects of prolonged exposure to BPA, after a cross-sectional study revealed that those with high BPA exposure have an increased the risk of heart disease and diabetes, while another study links BPA to liver damage and hormonal interference leading to obesity.

The Canadian government has already taken steps to limit BPA exposure to infants. In 2008, Canada was the first country to ban the use of baby bottles containing BPA, and additionally labeled BPA as a toxic chemical. However, there are still many products available in Canada that contain BPA, such as CDs, DVDs, water bottles and food cans. Before BPA can be phased out from the manufacturing process of Canadian products, more research must be accumulated in order to officially determine BPA as a dangerous substance. Luckily, that time is coming soon, as the Food and Drug Association has partnered with the US Department of Health and Human Services and additionally the Centers for Disease Control and the National Institutes of Health intend to launch a thirty million dollar research initiative to observe the health implications of BPA exposure.

Until that time comes, there are several ways that you can help to reduce your exposure to BPA chemicals, from eating fresh foods to refraining from microwaving food in plastic containers. When buying new plastic containers for water or food storage, make sure that the products that you are buying are BPA-free. Many plastic-manufacturers have recently begun to develop BPA-free products in response to consumer requests. If you’re wondering whether your current plastic-ware is BPA-free, you can identify the type of plastic by the recycling number on the bottom of the container. Numbers 1, 2, 4, and 5 are all guaranteed to be free of BPA and are safe for both you and your family to use. Reducing your exposure to BPA now may prove to an important and extremely beneficial decision, as it will reduce your risk of developing heart disease, liver problems and diabetes, while vastly improving your quality of life overall.

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July 5, 2010

Preventing Type 2 Diabetes

Diabetes isn’t something any of us look forward to. However, it’s become very common in today’s society. However, there is some good news. There are ways to help reduce your chances of developing type 2 diabetes.

Physical Activity – By increasing your physical activity you can help keep diabetes away. Weight loss and improved fitness have both been tied to reduced incidence of type 2 diabetes. However, if you don’t lose weight even after increasing your physical activity, don’t worry. Simply participating in additional activity can reduce your diabetes risk, even if weight loss doesn’t occur.

Limit Excess Calories – By limiting extra calories, we can eliminate extra weight gain. These excess calories are often the cause of weight gain, as we struggle to burn off these extra calories. By eliminating or at least keeping excess calories to a minimum, we can maintain a healthy weight that will aid in diabetes prevention.

Reach Your Ideal Weight – Try to get as close to your ideal weight as possible. Over 80 percent of people suffering from type 2 diabetes are overweight. This is why achieving a healthy weight is crucial for preventing type 2 diabetes.

Increase Your Intake of Dietary Fiber – If you aren’t getting enough daily fiber, you may be doing your body significant harm. Insufficient fiber has been linked to increasing the risk of not only type 2 diabetes, but cancer, obesity, and heart disease as well. Fiber is an extremely important factor in diabetes prevention.

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March 30, 2010

Food Addiction Very Serious In America


When someone mentions an addict most of us will probably imagine a junky shooting up in some dark corner of town, but what about those that are addicted to food? Yes food can become quite addictive and certain diets may actually affect your brain in a way that is similar to that of many hardcore drugs.

High fat, high calorie junk foods can become very addictive, and this not only leads to mental problems, but it is also a reason for the rising obesity rate in the States. Along with the unbelievably high rates of obesity, Americans are becoming more likely to develop diabetes, heart disease, and strokes.

A study on rats showed that the high fat, high calorie diet showed similar signs drugs like heroin. These foods satisfy the pleasure center in the brain and after awhile of eating this type of diet, eating becomes compulsive. In fact, even electric shocks were unable to stop their eating. The addiction had developed to the point where they would keep eating despite obvious pain as the joy they obtained from eating would outweigh the pain of the shocks.

While I don’t think that Americans are going to have as much difficulty with food addiction that rats do, I do think that many Americans will not only gain a significant amount of weight and endanger their health; I believe that once that weight is put on, it will be more difficult to lose that weight than ever before.

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February 8, 2010

Soft Drinks Significantly Increase Risk of Developing Pancreatic Cancer

Soft drinks are already one of the biggest, or even possibly the biggest, drinks to avoid if you want to be healthy. However, most of the time, we talk about soft drinks as a major factor to weight gain. Recently, a study has discovered a link between soft drinks and pancreatic cancer.

The pancreas creates insulin, while scientists believe that high levels of insulin can increase the growth of cancerous cells. When we take in too much sugar, we drastically increase our insulin levels. Soft drinks are currently one of the main sources of sugar in the diet of most Americans.

The results of the study were astonishing. Those that drank two or more cups of pop every week had an 87 percent increase in the risk of developing pancreatic cancer. Many things like smoking, obesity, diabetes, and red meat intake were just a few of the factors taken into consideration.

Soft drinks just keep getting even worse for your body every time we learn something new. Cutting down on your pop consumption definitely couldn’t hurt. You’ll help lessen your chances of developing pancreatic cancer and you will become healthier in general. You might even be able to lose those few extra pounds.

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