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Type 2 Diabetes Can Be Cured Through Weight Loss, Newcastle University Finds

Type 2 diabetes can be cured through weight loss, Newcastle University finds Type 2 diabetes can be reversed with weight loss, scientists have shownCredit:Bill Cheyrou/ Alamy Millions of people suffering from Type 2 diabetes could be cured of the disease if they just lost weight, a new study suggests. Scientists at Newcastle University have shown the disease is caused by fat accumulating in the pancreas and losing less than one gram from the organ can reverse the life-limiting illness and restore insulin production. Type 2 diabetes affects 3.3 million people in England and Wales and, until now, was thought to be chronic. It can lead to blindness, stroke, kidney failure and limb amputation. For people with Type 2 diabetes, losing weight allows them to drain excess fat out of the pancreas and allows function to return to normal Professor Roy Taylor, Newcastle University But now researchers at Newcastle have shown that the disease can be reversed , even in obese people who have had the condition for a long time. 18 obese people with Type 2 diabetes who were given gastric band surgery and put on a restricted diet for eight weeks were cured of their condition. During the trial the pati Continue reading >>

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  1. Sammy Traveller

    my closest buddy did a health screening yesterday. he's the picture of robust health -- his cholesterol was excellent, his triglycerides were very low, and his BP was excellent. he exercises 2-3 times a week. but he was surprised to find his fasting blood glucose level was 102 mg/DL. A reading of 100-126 indicates pre-diabetes (>126 is diabetes).
    he took the test in the morning after fasting for 8 hours (as required), and the nurse wondered if he took something that might have pushed the level to near borderline, such as an innocent breath mint. he mentioned he takes a nasal-spray corticosteroid prescription every morning, and he took a dose a couple hours before the test without thinking. some research on the web shows anecdotal evidence corticosteroids can raise the blood glucose level, but I can't find any empirical verification. he's going to set up an appointment with his doc in a couple weeks for in-depth testing. we're hoping the screening result was a false positive given it was so borderline, he's been on a decent diet, and there is no family history of diabetes.
    those of you who know about diabetes or pre-diabetes: let's assume he does have pre-diabetes. what can be done to prevent the onset of diabetes, as far as specific diets? we've got the exercise part down, he does it 2-3x/week.

  2. culdeus

    I wouldn't worry about it. Those testers aren't super accurate anyways.
    All the in depth testing will be to go get tested then go out for a triple stack of pancakes and get tested again.
    That being said there's not much he can do at this point if he's on the road to type 2 if he's already fit and exercising.

  3. beer 30

    I don't know anything about it other than what my wife goes through with this stuff. She doesn't have diabetes but monitors her blood sugar levels frequently. From what I understand these point-in-time tests aren't very acute because something as innocent as a breath mint can #### it up. If you really want to get a decent blood level test you have go into the hospital or some testing facility and get tested every hour for like 4-6 hours. This gives you a more accurate picture of what your blood sugar is/should be.
    Something else to consider is that blood sugar levels differ by individual. When my wifes is around 100-102 she feels great. If it dips below that level (where doctors will tell you it should be) she feels like ####. I wouldn't worry about.

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Is Weight Loss Caused By Diabetes Dangerous?

home / health & living center / diet & weight management a-z list / is weight loss caused by diabetes dangerous article Is Weight Loss Caused by Diabetes Dangerous? Medical Author: Ruchi Mathur, MD, FRCP(C) Ruchi Mathur, MD, FRCP(C) is an Attending Physician with the Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism and Associate Director of Clinical Research, Recruitment and Phenotyping with the Center for Androgen Related Disorders, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. I have a friend that is 35 and has diabetes . For the past eightyears, his weight has always been in check and if anything he may have beena little overweight . Just recently, he has lost a lot of weight and he toldme that he weighs less than he did in high school. I think he looks toothin and I am concerned about his health with him being a diabetic. Shouldthere be a concern and what kind of advice can you give me to pass on tohim. We often assume weight loss is good and healthy. A slow steady intentional weight loss using nutritional change and exercise is associated with beneficial effects on the heart, blood pressure , and cholesterol levels . In addition, weight loss can re Continue reading >>

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    Why test blood sugar 2 hours after eating?

    Hi
    I am new here. As newly diagnosed I have a LOT to learn..but what brought me here first was a question about testing blood sugar after eating. First..a quick intro..I recently had an A1c result of 6.3. That was higher than my previous A1c that was a year or so ago, that was 5. 'something' & that one a year or so ago was higher that one I had before it. So..basically the A1c has gone up over the years. My fasting blood sugar this time was 102, I don;t know previously. So, anyway, at my appt 2 days ago, the doc said she wanted me to start metformin 500mg once a day. Lose weight, eat better etc. of course. She ordered a meter for me & all that. I will be checking at least daily, 2 hours after meals. I have been doing more, since I want to see what my levels are at other times too. AT least for now. She did not use the word 'diabetes' or 'pre-diabetes' so nit sure where I fall. The doc did say I had 'insulin resistance' whatever that indicates. The nurse said if I am on medication, it is 'diabetes'.
    Ok..so...The testing 2 hours after eating is what I am wondering about. WHY 2 hours? Why not 3 or 4 etc? Wouldn't your blood sugar continue to rise as your food is digesting? Or are our stomachs supposed to be empty after 2 hours? I have GI problems, and know by tests that I digest slow...on the borderline of 'too slow'. Would this have an affect of my blood sugar levels? I would like to test when my blood sugar is likely to be at the highest, at least in the beginning. With an A1c of 6.3 my doc said my average blood sugar has been 147. But we don't know if that is because of highs & lows averaging out or because it hover around that 147 level etc. I have been having symptoms that could be associated with diabetes - dizziness, hunger, blurred vision, headaches, nausea, fatigue etc. Could be something else too. So how to I determine when my blood sugar is likely to be at the highest? Wouldn't it be different for each person?
    Thank you so much for your guidance! I am sure I will have more questions soon!

  2. HarleyGuy

    Welcome and great questions too. Read this link. http://www.phlaunt.com/diabetes/
    Testing after 2 hours to see how that meal affects your blood sugar and also see when it peaks. Some foods can peak for me 4,6,7,8 hours after I've eaten it. Knowing this helps me know how much and when to dose for it.
    I am type 1 so I must use insulin.
    I bet after you read the link I just gave you, it wil answer several questions. It is a must read for all diabetics. I've been diabetic for 26 years and I am still learning.
    I hope I have answered your question. Read - read - and read some more. Ask dozens of question...then read some more. We will never know it all, but I sure as heck intend to learn as much or more than my Dr. This is my disease, not my Dr.s. It is my responsibility to know all I can about it and how it affects me.
    This is a great forum to learn and share and I'm so glad you found us.
    Good luck and I look forward to hearing from you again...soon.
    By the way, your symptoms do sound very much like diabetes.

  3. MarkM

    Testing 2 hours after eating is considered a good indication of how well diabetes is being controlled because, with non-diabetics, blood glucose has returned to normal 2 hours after a meal. Blood glucose always spikes after a meal, and it comes down as soon as the enough stored insulin is mobilised and new insulin is produced to achieve this. This mechanism doesn't work properly with T2 diabetics, and the 2 hour post-meal test is a good indicator of how well the problem is being managed.
    The graph below shows what happens to the blood glucose of non-diabetics after meals. As you can see, 2 hours after eating, blood glucose is almost down to where it was before the meal.

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Unexplained Weight Loss

Tweet Unexplained weight loss is the term used to describe a decrease in body weight that occurs unintentionally and can be a warning sign of diabetes. The amount you weigh is determined by a number of factors including age, your calorie intake and overall health. Once you reach middle adulthood, your weight should remain relatively stable from year to year. Losing or gaining a few pounds here and there is normal, but unexplained weight loss that is significant (10 lbs/4.5kg or more or over 5% of your body weight) or persistent may signal an underlying medical condition. Unexplained weight loss means weight loss that occurs without trying through dieting or exercising. What are the possible causes of unexplained weight loss? Unintentional or unexplained weight loss can be caused by a number of things, including depression, certain medication and diabetes. Potential causes of unexplained weight loss include: Addison’s disease Coeliac disease Chronic diarrhoea Dementia Diabetes mellitus Eating disorders (anorexia and bulimia) Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency HIV/AIDS Hypercalcemia Hyperthyroidism Malnutrition Medicines, including chemotherapy drugs, laxatives, and thyroid medicati Continue reading >>

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  1. GlowBugz

    My fasting blood sugar was I65 at 8am. I had a dried apricot, then at 9am I had breakfast of light Greek yogurt and a banana.10 am, I took it again. it was 166. I was wanting to go to church but stayed home. I took my blood sugar again 2 hours after breakfast, 11am and it was 113. Is there anything I can do to lower morning fasting blood sugar.
    Tammie

  2. ShirlAgn

    You may have already read these, but maybe a refresher will help:
    Alan, one of our members, has put together some helpful information.
    Getting Started: http://loraldiabetes.blogspot.com/2006/10/d-day.html
    Testing with purpose: http://loraldiabetes.blogspot.com/2006/10/test-review-adjust.html
    And another pack full of info by our late Lizzy: http://lizzysdlounge.com/2012/03/14/testing-101/
    Hang in there

  3. alan_s

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    My fasting blood sugar was I65 at 8am. I had a dried apricot, then at 9am I had breakfast of light Greek yogurt and a banana.10 am, I took it again. it was 166. I was wanting to go to church but stayed home. I took my blood sugar again 2 hours after breakfast, 11am and it was 113. Is there anything I can do to lower morning fasting blood sugar.
    Tammie
    G'day Tammie
    I know you've read my suggestions; nice to see your comments on my blog. I am just wondering if you are aware of the high carb content of the foods I have highlighted? Also be aware that "light" yoghurt usually has added sugars. Full fat yoghurt is a better choice because it is usually lower in carbs.
    There is no need to stay home for numbers like that; in fact the physical activity involved in going out would probably have been helpful.

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