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  1. RacetrackReject

    I was just in Wal-mart and they had signs up saying they now carry pet insulin and had a price listed as $24.88. I'm not sure if this is any cheaper than the vet, but I thought I would pass it along in case it was.

  2. Bacardi1

    I didn't even realize there WAS such a thing as pet insulin. When I had a diabetic cat a number of years ago, vet prescribed human insulin. If I remember correctly, the price was in the $20's, & since the cat's injection only used a tiny bit, the bottle lasted in the fridge a LONG time.

  3. mvp

    Sounds dirt cheap!
    Hate WallyWorld. Small animal vets hate me. Between a rock and a hard place in terms of my personal politics.

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Presented by Dr. Michael K. McGuire at the American Academy of Periodontology's 93rd Annual Meeting in Washington, DC

Role Of Systemic Diseases In The Etiology Of Periodontal Diseases

Outline Endocrine Disorders: - Diabets Mellitus. Hematologic Disorders: - Anemia. - Leukemia. Genetic Disorders: - Down Syndrome. - Papillon-Lefevre Syndrome. Hormonal Changes: - Female Sex Hormones. Introduction Many systemic diseases, disorders, and conditions have been implicated as risk factors in periodontal disease. Systemic diseases have several effects that includes: Physiological response. Vascular system. Inflammatory response. Immune system. Tissue repair. Outline Endocrine Disorders and Hormonal Changes: - Diabets Mellitus. Hematologic Disorders: - Anemia. - Leukemia. Genetic Disorders: - Down Syndrome. - Papillon-Lefevre Syndrome. Hormonal Changes: - Female Sex Hormones. Diabetes Mellitus It is a complex metabolic disorder characterized by chronic hyperglycemia. DM may either diminish insulin production, impair insulin action, or combination of both. This result in inability of glucose to be transported from blood stream into tissues. Diabetes Mellitus Insulin-dependent DM (IDDM-Type I): Caused by cell-mediated autoimmune destruction of the insulin-producing beta cells of the islets of Langerhans in the pancreas. This results in a lack of insulin production. Age? Occur Continue reading >>

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  1. Poojambasaurus

    We know high GI foods elevate insulin and this turns our bodies in to fat storing machines (not to mention other insulin-based issues). I read that ingesting MSG causes the pancreas to increase insulin threefold and that test mice are injected with MSG from birth to make them obese in order to conduct obesity tests. Can some clever keto redditer get to the bottom of this? How much is bad? How high is the spike? Thanks!

  2. suselore

    From doing a quick search of google scholar they inject a near toxic dose about 3g per gram of body weight (up to 16% die) of MSG into baby rats/mice to destroy the "ventromedial hypothalamic and arcuate nuclei". With the hypothalamus damaged they get fat(A comparable dose of MSG for a 70kg human would be 210g in one sitting). The pituitary gland is also damaged. They also sometimes destroy this area of the brain with an small electric shock. Other methods to generate fat mice include removing ovaries and they've created a line of geneticly fat mice.
    MSG when eaten does increase the insulin response. Consensus meeting: monosodium glutamate – an update from the European journal of Nutrition
    MSG dissociates to glutamate in solution, and many foods we already eat have glutamate in them, cheese, broccoli, tomatoes and protein. According to the linked paper 4-12g/100g of protein is glutamate. The average intake is about 10g a day from natural foods and 0.5g-1.7g as an additive to processed foods.
    but Im tired of trawling for papers.....anyone got any more info?

  3. Poojambasaurus

    Thanks you - that's great work.

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http://www.shinedentalgroup.com/denta... - (516) 348-8500 Dr. Mittle discusses the connection between the health of your gums and systemic diseases, such as heart disease, diabetes, kidney disease, GERD, acid reflux, liver disease, etc. The inflammatory process that begins in the mouth can travel to other parts of the body. Periodontal Disease Can Lead to Heart Disease, Diabetes and Kidney Disease There are strong connections associated between periodontal disease and some of the systemic infections that are out there, such as heart disease, diabetes, liver problems, kidney problems, gird and acid reflux and even premature births. Everyone always asks how is that possible? I thought the mouth is separate from the body. The answer is no, not anymore. When we have inflammation of the mouth because of plague and bacteria, your body responds to it by sending out certain chemical mediators in the mouth. Remember, it's the same blood that circulates from your gum tissue to the rest of your body. So those inflammatory markers -- we'll just call it that -- goes out now to the heart and to the liver and the prostaglandins and the CRPs and what you normally hear about either on TV or newspapers. Remember, it's all generated from your gum tissue, from the plaque and bacteria, and then your blood. Remember, the same blood from your gum tissue goes to your heart and it takes all those infections, those inflammatory markers and even some of the bacteria. It's been shown on microscopes the fact that it actually gets to your heart and that can cause, again, heart disease. That's what heart disease is, inflammatory disease. Diabetes is an inflammatory disease. In fact, if you even treat your periodontal condition it has been shown, even in medical journals, your diabetes actually decreases. Your AIC, the number that everyone always talks about with diabetes has been shown to go down. When you have gum inflammation, some of the markers out there I was talking about, prostaglandins, well that's the same thing that is caused when you want to induce a baby during birth, when they go through induction. Well, that's the same chemical that they inject in you and that's the same chemical that is produced in your gum tissue. So if you're pregnant and you have severe periodontal disease or sever gum inflammation, it can actually spread throughout your body. It goes into your body and it's the same thing for the prostaglandins that can actually induce and cause premature births. In fact, now the endocrinologists and even the OBs actually recommend getting cleanings while you're pregnant because it's very important. They're recognizing the fact that we want to eliminate all these inflammatory markers and try to get a healthy baby. If you have any questions regarding periodontal disease and the connections to systemic diseases, please call us at the number below for a complimentary consultation and I'll be happy to answer all of your questions. Dr. Vikas Mittle - Board Certified Periodontist Shine Dental Associates of the North Shore 400 Jericho Turnpike Syosset, NY 11791

Diabetes And Periodontal Disease: What Should We Learn Next?

Both diabetes and periodontal disease are highly prevalent worldwide, and the prevalence is higher in the aged population. Epidemiological studies have shown a link between periodontal disease and diabetes for nearly a century (Figure 1). In 1936, Sheppard[1] first noted a higher incidence of periodontitis in diabetic patients. It is now widely accepted that periodontal disease is one of the diabetic complications. In addition, many epidemiological studies have shown a bidirectional relationship between periodontal disease and diabetes. Bacterial biofilm (also known as dental plaque) forms on the surfaces of teeth, and chronic microbial stimulation induces local inflammation in the gingival tissues, which is termed gingivitis. Gingivitis is reversible by appropriate oral hygiene and mechanical disruption of the biofilm. However, long-term plaque accumulation induces sustained inflammation and the destruction of periodontal tissues, such as the formation of periodontal pockets, loss of connective tissue attachment and loss of alveolar bone, which is termed periodontitis. If periodontitis is left untreated, tooth loss can occur. Periodontal disease includes gingivitis and periodontit Continue reading >>

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  1. Mistress07

    Pre-Diabetic and Scared

    Hello all,
    I was diagnosed with prediabetes about a year ago. I am a 22 year old female full time college student and I also work full time. I have been trying to eat better and exercise more to lose 20-30 pounds at the least, but nothing seems to work. I am scared because most days I just feel bad, nothing to where I can put an exact pinpoint on, but I hardly ever feel "good" anymore. I have a constant dull headache, nausea frequently, dizzy spells nearly everyday and I sleep way too much. I am so scared that I will become a type 2 diabetic and there is nothing I seem to be able to do about it, or maybe I already am. I am scared to go see my doctor again, in case it is bad news, which I know is silly. I feel so down, like nothing will ever change. I don't know what to do, any advice would be much appreciated.

  2. AnnC

    I suggest you get a meter. Relion from Walmart is cheap, and the test strips are also cheap.
    Also, read these two websites:
    Bloodsugar101.com - a great site for all sorts of information on diabetes. This will take a lot of the fear out of it for you, because you will start to realise that you can do something about it, and live a long, normal, happy and healthy life.
    Dietdoctor.com/lchf - this site will tell you how to remove carbs from your diet and replace them with good saturated and monounsaturated fats. Just doing this will make you feel much better straight away. I know this because this is what happened to me after I was diagnosed with T2. Many of us here are familiar with your symptoms, which might not be serious individually, but when added together make you feel pretty awful.

  3. Spunky

    Hi, Mistress. Your doc sounds like mine. "You are prediabetic. Lose weight. Don't let the door hit you on the way out." That gives some people the impression they can lose weight and be cured, but that's not the way it is. Prediabetes is the beginning stage of type 2, so they are one and the same, and there is no cure. If you have done some reading at BS101 as Ann recommended, you might already know you didn't get diabetes because you are overweight, so there is no need to beat yourself up over it, it isn't your fault.
    When it comes to food, carbs will shoot up your bg faster than anything. You should test your fasting bg first thing in the morning, then test 1 and 2 hours after eating. If a food takes your bg too high, eliminate it from your diet. In a short time you will know what you can and cannot eat, and about how many carbs you can eat per meal and still keep your bg in good control. We can't tell you how many carbs to eat because we are all different.
    A bg of 140 (7.8) is where diabetic complications can start, so be sure to keep it below 140 at all times. It is even better if you keep it at and below 120 (6.7).
    Check out our recipe section, I'm sure you'll be glad to learn that we are mighty well fed around here. The bonus is, I lost 40 pounds in the first few months without even trying.
    I know it is scary at first, but you have been blessed in two ways. You are catching it early, and you ended up at the right forum, and believe me, there are a lot of very 'wrong' diabetes forums out there. We're glad you found us. Welcome.

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