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Title – Alternative Medicine for the Treatment of Diabetes

Title – Alternative Medicine for the Treatment of Diabetes

Bhupesh Chandra Semwal 1* Sonia Singh1, Dr. Kalyani Divakar2

Introduction-Diabetes mellitus often referred to simply as diabetes. Diabetes is a syndrome characterized by disordered metabolism and abnormally high blood sugar, hyperglycemia resulting from insufficient levels of the hormone insulin. The world health organization recognizes three main forms of diabetes mellitus type1 type2 and gestational diabetes. Gestational diabetes occurring during pregnancy. Which have different causes and population distributions. While, ultimately, all forms are due to the beta cells of the pancreas being unable to produce sufficient insulin to prevent hyperglycemia, the causes are different. All types have been treatable since insulin became medically available in 1921. Type 1 diabetes, in which insulin is not secreted by the pancreas, is directly treatable only with injected insulin, although dietary and other lifestyle adjustments are part of management. Type 2 may be managed with a combination of dietary treatment, tablets and injections and, frequently, insulin supplementation. While insulin was originally produced from natural sources such as porcine pancreas, most insulin used today is produced through genetic engineering, either as a direct copy of human insulin, or human insulin with modified molecules that provide different onset and duration of action. Insulin can also be delivered continuously by a specialized pump which subcutaneously provides insulin through a changeable catheter1.

Classification of diabetes-Type one diabetes mellitus Type two diabetes mellitus Gestational diabetes mellitus2Signs and symptoms- Read more…

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There are many types of diabetes, but the three most common are:

These three types of Diabetes are same with some differences, everyone with diabetes has one thing in common and that is little or no ability to move glucose out of the blood into the cells, where it is converted into body’s primary fuel. We all have glucose in our blood, whether or not we have diabetes. Main source for glucose is food which we eat. When we eat, the digestive system breaks down food into glucose, which is absorbed into the blood in the small intestine.

People who don’t suffer from diabetes depend on insulin, a hormone made in the pancreas, to move glucose from the blood into the body’s billions of cells. But people who suffer from diabetes either don’t produce insulin or can’t efficiently use the insulin produced in their body. Without insulin, glucose can’t move into blood cells. Scientists don’t know the exact reason behind cause’s diabetes, but it seems to be a result from a combination of genetics and environmental factors, including viral infections, poor diet, and sedentary lifestyle. Till now, diabetes has no solution, but the good news is that the disease can be managed and treated. People with diabetes can live fulfilling, healthy lives.

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Diabetic Nutrition – Why is Nutrition Important?

Diabetic Nutrition – Why is Nutrition Important?

Nutrition is all about what a person with diabetes eats. Nutrition and diet mean the same thing. A person with diabetes has 3 ways to control their blood sugar levels: Nutrition, physical activity and medication.  The combination of good diabetes nutritional supplements and physical activity prevent pre-diabetes and Type 2 diabetes.

Good Supplements for diabetes involves maintaining a well-balanced Diabetic diet plan that includes whole grains, protein, dairy, vegetables, fruit and some unsaturated fats. Read more…

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Diabetic Nutrition – Why is Nutrition Important?

Diabetic Nutrition – Why is Nutrition Important?

Nutrition is all about what a person with diabetes eats. Nutrition and diet mean the same thing. A person with diabetes has 3 ways to control their blood sugar levels: Nutrition, physical activity and medication.  The combination of good diabetes nutritional supplements and physical activity prevent pre-diabetes and Type 2 diabetes.

Good Supplements for diabetes involves maintaining a well-balanced Diabetic diet plan that includes whole grains, protein, dairy, vegetables, fruit and some unsaturated fats. Read more…

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Diabetes is among those diseases which work as a slow poison and very gradually taken over a person’s life. It is one of the most wide spread diseases in the world. And it will be very shocking to know that one in four people in USA suffer from diabetes. Whether young or old, diabetes can entrap anybody. When your body is unable to utilize or break sugar and starch into energy it means that you are suffering from diabetes. The level of glucose in this disease goes high and then causes the sugar levels to rise in an individual’s body. Diabetes is of three common pre-diabetes, type- type I, type II and gestational diabetes. It is spread among all the age group across the globe.

The next thing that one needs to understand is what work does the glucose do for our body? As we all know that all the food that we consume contains sugar, and the food is broken into a sugar known as glucose. This glucose helps us to produce energy for our daily activities. The glucose circulates in the body and is absorbed by blood cells which work as a fuel to develop energy. Insulin is a hormone that is secreted fro the pancreas in our body which pushes this glucose into body cells. And if there is a breakage in this natural process, then the sugar levels in our body starts rising.

Diabetes starts affecting the body slowly and gradually. Increased urination, weight loss, constant hunger, increased thirst and fatigue are some of the crucial symptoms of diabetes. If these symptoms are diagnosed well in time, then, one might be saved from its ill-effects. But if the disease is not diagnosed properly in the early stage, then, it can take a very bad shape. The initial stage of diabetes is pre-diabetes. During the pre-diabetic stage, there is either a shortage or excess of insulin in the body. People who show the symptoms of diabetes early can be treated well in time and can keep out of this lethal disease throughout their lives. But diagnosing diabetes in the early stages is not that easy. Many people show its symptoms very late. People who get diagnosed of pre-diabetes are very vulnerable, and need immediate changes in their lifestyles and eating habits to control this disease. A pre-diabetic individual can control this disorder by exercising regularly and taking a balanced and nutritious diet. Read more…

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