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EARLY SYMPTOM DIABETES
EARLY SYMPTOM DIABETES AND CARE
Early Symptom Diabetes should be recongnized to possibly identify characteristics of diabetes. Being a personal trainer and medical health researcher it seems as though everyone I run into , either has diabetes or knows someone who does. This is the intial page for my introduction of diabetes. From this page, links are set up to take you to various topics on diabetes such as; Type 2 Diabetes Symptom, Insulin and its relation to diabetes and Diabetes Mellitus Symptom. I will cover on this page the definition of diabetes, natural supplements for its care and also early symptom diabetes.
What Is Diabetes
Diabetes mellitus results when the body doesn’t produce enough insulin to maintain normal blood sugar levels or when cells in the body don’t respond appropriately to insulin. There are two types of diabetes.
- Type (I) diabetes mellitus ( insulin-dependent diabetes) produce little or no insulin at all.
- Type (II) diabetes mellitus ( non-insulin dependent diabetes), the pancreas continues to manufacture insulin, sometimes even at higher than normal levels. However, the body develops resistance to its effects and the sugar in the blood doesn’t enter the cells as well as it should resulting in higher blood sugar levels. This type of diabetes usually begins after age 30 and becomes progressively more common with age. Obesity is a risk factor for type II diabetes; 80-90% of the people with diabetes are obese.
Information On Natural Supplements For Diabetes Care
It’s important that you have a discussion with your health care provider about herbs, nutrients and other supplements that are recommended here for the care of diabetes:
- People from around the globe have turned to an unripened fruit called bitter melon. This karela is commonly used in India, the West Indes and China to help diabetics improve their glucose tolerance.
- Fenugreek is an herb that helps support healthy blood sugar levels.
- Banaba has been used in the Phillipines for the treatment of diabetes.
As a personal trainer and health disease researcher it’s important that people around me obtain vital knowledge about early symptom diabetes.
Natural Options For Diabetes Care
For a lot of us major lifestyle changes are needed to prevent and care for diabetes. It’s quite possible to reduce blood sugar levels through proper diet and exercise. Here are a few practical steps
- ( Possible cures for diabetes through diet) Eliminate or reduce sugar, fructose, glucose, corn syrup, white bread, honey, molasses, maple syrup, fruit juice, or concentrate.
- Avoid or reduce foods cooked at high temperatures.
- If you regularly drink sweetened beverages you’re at a higher risk of both diabetes and obesity.
- White Bread, cookies, cakes, pastry and simple carbohydrates increase the risk for diabetes.
Early Symptom Diabetes
- These are early symptom diabetes for both type 1 and 2.
- Repeated trips to the bathroom.
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