The diet of the citizen of the United States is low in the fruit, vegetables, nuts and seeds but high in the meat, trans fats and sodium. This type of diet is responsible for the increased risk of type 2 diabetes (T2D).
An earlier study suggests that the Mediterranean diet, which is a low carbohydrate content, can help the patients with diabetes in improving blood sugar (glucose) levels. A study by Koloverou and colleagues found a 23 percent of the lower risk of diabetes if the patient follows the Mediterranean diet.
To find out the association between the dietary habits and the risk of mortality, Letois and colleagues have done a study on the dietary habits of 8,937 elderly (more than 65 years) people with a focus on four main foods. The four food groups are.
Letois and colleagues followed the participants for ten years. About 2,016 participants died during the study. Researchers found that the dead people had a history or risk factors of cardiovascular disease, poor health or consumed alcohol. The study shows.
The study shows the benefits of the Mediterranean diet for the elderly (more than 65 years) people. But this study does not show the exact benefits of the Mediterranean diet to people with diabetes.
The pancreas makes insulin, a hormone that helps in regulating blood sugar (glucose) levels. Nat Hawes, author of Nature Cures says your garden offers a natural treatment to regulate blood sugar (glucose) levels. He says that the fig leaves have the properties to cure diabetes.
Prepare the extract of the fig leaves by boiling the fig leaves (four) in the fresh filtered water and drink it as tea. A patient with diabetes on insulin needs less insulin when taking the extract of the fig leaves. The extract can be taken daily in the morning time. The fig leaves are bitter in taste. They can be taken in the powder form after drying and grinding them.
The Ketone is a chemical produced by the liver when the energy (glucose in the blood) was exhausted. The life-threatening problems arise with elevated levels of ketones in the patients with type 1 diabetes (T1D).
The Electrical and Information engineers from the University of Sydney have created a hand held testing device for measuring and detecting ketones from our breath. This device can eliminate the finger prick blood test to check the blood sugar (glucose) levels. The prototype device is without a risk, pain and needle. The device can be divided into the following parts.
Researchers are working to make a compact product.
Eating oranges and lemons can help in preventing the risk of diabetes, heart diseases (caused due to obesity or type 2 diabetes) and liver diseases. The citrus fruits may help to prevent many harmful effects of obesity due to the high fat and sugar diet.
Even though a person is not obese, eating citrus fruits protect a person from future diseases (due to the high-fat diet) such as cardiovascular disease, liver diseases, diabetes, abdominal obesity and insulin resistance.
An experimental study was done on mice models. The lead author of the study was Dr. Thais B Cesar, Ph.D., the Universidade Estadual Paulista, Brazil. The study was presented at the 252nd National Meeting & Exposition of the American Chemical Society (ACS).
The diabetic cheiroarthropathy (diabetic thick skin) was observed in 30 percent of the patients with a long history of diabetes. The symptoms associated with the diabetic cheiroarthropathy are.
Treatment options for the diabetic cheiroarthropathy are.
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Published by Jammi Vasista, Chennai, India.