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Wanted: 2,300 Volunteers To Take Part In Type 2 Diabetes Study

Wanted: 2,300 Volunteers To Take Part In Type 2 Diabetes Study

Wanted: 2,300 volunteers to take part in Type 2 diabetes study Wanted: 2,300 volunteers to take part in Type 2 diabetes study Wanted: 2,300 volunteers to take part in Type 2 diabetes study The National University Hospital is looking for volunteers for a S$20 million project which aims to determine the risk factors for the disease. The study is considered the first large-scale study of its kind. SINGAPORE: The National University Hospital (NUH) is looking for about 2,300 volunteers to participate in a study on Type 2 diabetes. Spread over five years, the S$20 million project aims to determine the risk factors for the disease. It will involve Singaporeans between 30 and 65 years old who are either pre-diabetic or have normal blood sugar levels. A person is considered to be pre-diabetic when he has blood sugar levels that are higher than usual. The study is considered the first large-scale study of its kind. It is funded by Janssen Pharmaceuticals and the Ministry of Health's National Medical Research Council, under the Ministry of Healths (MOH) Industry Alignment Fund. At the start of the study, volunteers will undergo a clinical test to see how their body reacts to sugar. They will also complete a questionnaire on their dietary habits and physical activity levels. These details will create a baseline for each individual. Participants will have their blood sugar levels tested every six months in a glucose intolerance test over a period of three years. Researchers project that about 150 to 200 of these participants will develop Type 2 diabetes. All blood samples will be stored for further testing in the event that they do develop diabetes. "There are some factors that we do understand, such as certain dietary factors, food choices, certain factors related to low physical Continue reading >>

Abbott Glucerna Triple Care Diabetic Milk Vanilla 850g X 2 Tins

Abbott Glucerna Triple Care Diabetic Milk Vanilla 850g X 2 Tins

Abbott Glucerna Triple Care Diabetic Milk Vanilla 850g X 2 tins Abbott Glucerna Triple Care Diabetic Milk Vanilla 850g X 2 tins Earn Shopee Coins to redeem for future purchases. Every 100 Coins earned can be redeemed for RM1. Get double your money back if you receive a non-authentic product from Shopee Mall. 15 Days Free Return for all Shopee Mall products to ensure that you are happy with your purchase. Glucerna Triple Care Milk Powder Vanilla 400g (nutrition for Diabetic) Glucerna Triple Care Milk Powder Vanilla 400g (nutrition for Diabetic) Description New Glucerna Triple Care is a scientifically advanced complete and b rmula for diabetics that helps in blood glucose cholesterol and weight management item-subTitle Features Benefits Manages blood sugar Contains Fibersol Sucromand chromium pico afford a specific advantage to individuals with diabetes a stprandial glucose rise Reduces cholesterol The fat level in Glucerna Triple Care provides 33% of total calories in one serving. The fat ides monounsaturated fatty acids (MUFA) and ved omega-3 fatty acids while being low in saturated fatty acids (SFA). Dietary intakes low in SFA and rich in MUFA are associated with reduce risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD) Manages weight Glucerna Triple Care is a meal-replacement drink that is specifically designed to meet the cha diabetics who need to lose weight and improve carbohydrate and fat metabolism. It is complete b d high in fiber suitable as a meal-replacement drink designed to help diabetics create regular eating patterns prevent delaying or skipping meals and minimise the risk of triggering hypoglycemic or hyperglycemic episodes Continue reading >>

Healthy Eating For Diabetes Mellitus

Healthy Eating For Diabetes Mellitus

Diabetes mellitus is a metabolic disorder whereby the body cannot utilise blood sugar in the proper way due to lack of insulin or effective insulin action. This leads to an increase in the blood sugar level causing symptoms like extreme thirst, passing large amounts of urine, tiredness and weight loss. Uncontrolled diabetes in long term can lead to damage of various organs such as the eyes, kidneys and nervous systems. It can also increase the risk of developing heart disease and stroke. Effective management of diabetes can be achieved through an appropriate diet in conjunction with medications and exercise. You will be advised by your doctor if medication is required to control your blood sugar level. Regular exercise which can help you to achieve a desirable body weight at body mass index (BMI) between 18.5 kg/m2 and 23 kg/m2 has also been shown effective in managing diabetes as it can improve insulin sensitivity. Basic dietary guidelines for Diabetes Mellitus You should eat a variety of foods to meet your nutritional requirements. Your dietitian will work with you to ensure you eat suitable amount and types of food from each of the food groups. Sugar and sugar products contain carbohydrates which can affect your blood sugar level.Hence, avoid when possible, or take very occasionally and in small amount only. Replace sweetened drinks (e.g. soft drink, sweetened packaged drink and fruit juice) with unsweetened drinks (e.g. water, plain tea and unsweetened soy milk). Eat fresh fruits instead of fruit juice and canned fruits soaked in syrup. Choose a piece of fresh fruit for dessert instead. Avoid eating snacks that are high in sugar content such as jellies, ice-cream, chocolates and cake. Artificial sweetener like aspartame or saccharine can be used as a substitute for Continue reading >>

Diabetic-friendly Eats And Treats

Diabetic-friendly Eats And Treats

Wellness4Life Diabetic-friendly Eats and Treats Since a diabetic-suitable diet is one thats high in fibre and antioxidants, low in refined carbohydrates, and with ample proteins and healthy fats, diabetic-suitable foods are generally the same healthy foods that can benefit most of us. Translate that into a supermarket shopping list and youll get lots of natural foods including fresh vegetables, whole fruits (rather than juices) and lean cuts of meat, poultry and/or fish to form the basis of the diet. There should also be a good selection of wholegrain cereals, bread, pasta and rice that are low in glycemic index (GI). You can also add one or two healthier alternatives to sweeteners for an occasional treat. It is especially beneficial for diabetics to relook at that staple in all Asian households, white rice. Its a fact that a bowl of white rice causes a person's blood sugar to spike more than a can of soft drink does. Fortunately, there are readily available alternatives to this carbo-laden comfort food, including brown, red and black rice, and satisfying whole grains like quinoa, oats and spelt. Sugar substitutes range from non-caloric artificial sweeteners like sucralose and aspartame sugar substitutes to plant-based natural sweeteners like Xylitol and Stevia. The latter avoid the aftertaste of artificial sweeteners. However, Xylitol and artificial sweeteners such as sucralose and aspartane may have a laxative effect when taken in excess. Other natural sweeteners available at Cold Storage are coconut sugar and nectar, and agave syrup. They are low-GI and pleasant-tasting additions to food and drinks. Given the range of sugar substitutes available, diabetics do not need to miss out on the range of taste sensations that others enjoy, said Christine Rubi-Cruz, Health an Continue reading >>

Chocolate For Diabetics? Here’s What You Need To Know.

Chocolate For Diabetics? Here’s What You Need To Know.

The existence of chocolate dates as far back as 1900 BCE, and it used to only be available in Mesoamerica. Not only that, it existed in a form quite different from the ones we are familiar with now. Presently, the variety of chocolate has grown so much, it could fill up shelves after shelves. Spoilt for choice, how do you know which is the best chocolate for diabetics? Fret not! Here’s the lowdown on all the chocolatey goodness. Dark, milk or white? Here are the three most common blends of chocolate: dark, milk and white. But what constitutes each blend of chocolate? Here are the basics: Dark Chocolate — Made with more cocoa solids (i.e cocoa mass and cocoa butter) than milk products and sugar. Dark chocolate could contain anywhere between 35% to 100% of cocoa solids. It’s usually dark and bitter due to the high levels of cocoa. Milk Chocolate — Contains more milk products than cocoa solids, it’s sweeter and creamier than dark chocolate. The concentration of cocoa solids could be less than 35%. White Chocolate — It’s actually not classified as a genuine chocolate! This is due to the fact that white chocolate does not contain any cocoa solids (powder) at all. Instead, it contains cocoa butter, milk solids, milk fats and sweeteners. So…which is the best chocolate for diabetics? Chocolate may not really be the healthiest snack for people with diabetes. But the best chocolate for diabetics would be dark chocolate. And here is why. Dark chocolate has slightly fewer calories Comparing 100g of each blend of chocolate, dark chocolate (with 60% cocoa) has the least amount of calories. It is 21kcal less than milk chocolate and 28kcal less than white chocolate. Hence, if you’re watching your weight, it’s better to nibble on some dark chocolate instead. Dark cho Continue reading >>

Milk Powder Stuff For Sale | Gumtree Classifieds Singapore

Milk Powder Stuff For Sale | Gumtree Classifieds Singapore

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Ice Creams & Sugar Free Desserts For Diabetics In Singapore

Ice Creams & Sugar Free Desserts For Diabetics In Singapore

Singapores Premium Choice for Healthy Ice Cream Nutritional Info mainadmin 2016-10-13T16:11:17+00:00 The rate of obesity and Type-II Diabetes is set to explode globally. Among Singaporeans adults, already more than 1 in 10 is diabetic and the numbers are expected to increase dramatically. The main contributing factors are a diet high in simple sugars and carbohydrates as well as a lack of exercise. The premise behind Sugalight is that indulgences likeice cream need not be highly loaded in sugars and fats. Youcan enjoy low-fat and sugar-free desserts as well. Whereas we do not add in sugars to the ice cream base, some naturally occurring sugars in the flavouring material is unavoidable. These include: Very Berry Drizzle (minimal sugars from the actual fruits themselves, we do not use sugar-laden jams / concentrates etc) French Dark Chocolate (minimal sugar added mainly from the Dark Chocolate added, which adds less than 0.5tsp of sugar to each scoop of ice cream) Durian flavour (sugars found naturally in the durian fruit) Salted Gula Melaka (sugars from the Gula Melaka) Continue reading >>

Milk Consumption Could Decrease Diabetes Rate In Myanmar: Study

Milk Consumption Could Decrease Diabetes Rate In Myanmar: Study

Milk consumption could decrease diabetes rate in Myanmar: Study A study at the National University of Singapore said diabetes can be tackled with milk. Pic:iStock/Noppawan Laisuan Consuming one glass of dairy milk a day can help prevent diabetes by 12% and hypertension by a 6%, according to a recent study by The National University of Singapore (NUS). More than 5m people in Myanmar who suffer from prediabetes could benefit, as the South-East Asian country has a high index of diabetes and prediabetes, at 10.5% of the population and 19.5%, respectively, according to research by the Ministry of Health in 2014. Dr Aye Thidar Than, pediatrician at Parami Hospital in Yangon, said the causes of diabetes are linked to two factors: genetics and environment. Environmental factors are related to lifestyle: eating unhealthy food, for example, can be one of the main causes of diabetes, she said. Public awareness on how kids can have a healthy life in Myanmar is very low. Indeed, due to poor living standards and lack of knowledge, some parents do not notice the basic symptoms of diabetes in kids, such as thirst, peeing often or high sweat levels, she said. She added diabetic or prediabetic patients must reduce carbohydrate and glucose consumption, eat less fat and more protein. This is why we recommend them to drink milk, she noted. Pascal Bardouil, managing director at FrieslandCampina Myanmar said the new finding reinforces milks value as a nutritional asset as part of a balanced diet, in place of other drinks filled with sugar and calories that can contribute to the onset of diabetes. The Myanmar Diabetes Care Program was launched by the Ministry of Health on March 2017, to create more diabetes education programs and improve the diabetes care for Myanmar children across the count Continue reading >>

Diabetes And Diet - Doctor Q&a - Healthxchange

Diabetes And Diet - Doctor Q&a - Healthxchange

Do you have diabetes but are unsure which foods you can eat? Kala Adaikan, Senior Principal Dietitian at the Department of Dietetics, Singapore General Hospital, answers your questions. is important when you have diabetes and it is necessary to be aware of what to eat. Are you confused about which foods to eat now that you have diabetes? You may be wondering whether you can have all your favourite fruits, and just which carbohydrates are safe to consume. This chronic metabolic disorder does disturb your normal food habits and can leave you feeling overly concerned about your blood sugar level. The Department of Dietetics from Singapore General Hospitalgives detailed answers to your questions. I read in Chinese newspaper that there was an entrepreneur that eventually became no longer diabetic after drinking brown rice green tea everyday, he is now trying to create a mass production version for consumer sale at Singapore Polytechnic Food Science R&D. How is it possible that brown rice green tea can treat diabetes ?? Answered by Dietetics Department Singapore General Hospital There is no one particular food that will cure diabetes. Hi, If i were to consume 2 to 3 pieces of small bittergourd (Grind into juice) daily,will that help to reduce or improve my blood sugar? Answered by Dietetics Department Singapore General Hospital There is little evidence that consumption of bitter gourd may improve blood sugar control but effective management of diabetes cannot be achieved without an appropriate diet. Obesity does increase risk of developing diabetes. If obesity is such a serious threat to diabetics, can the health authorities in Singapore formulate a diet regimen for diabetics of various age groups based on the types of food easily accessible from local sources? Answered by D Continue reading >>

Drinking Milk Lowers Risk Of Diabetes, Hypertension: Nus Study

Drinking Milk Lowers Risk Of Diabetes, Hypertension: Nus Study

Drinking milk lowers risk of diabetes, hypertension: NUS study The Singapore Chinese Health Study led by Professor Koh Woon Puay (above) was started in 1993 by the National University of Singapore and is based on 63,000 Chinese participants here.PHOTO: DUKE-NUS MEDICAL SCHOOL Milk-lovers are less prone to diabetes and hypertension, but Singaporeans, like other Asians, still tend to shy away from the drink. A study by the National University of Singapore (NUS) found that adults who drink at least one 240ml glass of cow's milk every day have a 12 per cent lower risk of diabetes than those who do not drink milk at all. They also have a 6 per cent lower risk of hypertension, another common chronic ailment affecting Singaporeans. A similar observation was made of consumers of dairy products, which comprise 11 food groups such as milk, Milo, Yakult, as well as butter in bread and ice cream. Those who ate a median amount of 252g of dairy products a day had 7 and 10 per cent lower risk of hypertension and diabetes respectively, than those who did not. These findings are from the Singapore Chinese Health Study, which was started in 1993 by NUS and covers some 63,000 Chinese participants here who are now 45 to 74 years old. It was published in the Journal Of Nutrition in February. The principal investigator is Professor Koh Woon Puay, 49, who holds positions at both the NUS Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health and the Duke-NUS Medical School. Similar studies have been conducted in other countries, but The Straits Times understands that this is the first large-scale local study on the health benefits of milk. Researchers followed up with the participants in phases, over a period of 10 years. They focused on only one racial group in order to standardise the methodology. However, Continue reading >>

Anlene Singapore

Anlene Singapore

Anlene has a 20-year track record as the leading bone health product in Asia. The brands mission is to champion the freedom of movement through youthful healthy ageing, in order for us to pursue our passions and live life to the fullest. Our NEW Anlene MoveMax Nutrition System contains essential nutrients such as Collagen, Protein, Calcium and Vitamins C & D that help support your Bones, Cartilage and Muscles. Anlene believes freedom of movement brings out your youthful attitude and confidence. NEW Anlene MoveMax Nutrition System contains essential nutrients that support your Bones, Cartilage and Muscles. *FOS-Inulin is clinically tested to help increase calcium absorption and bone mineral density (when taken with calcium rich food). Hence, it helps to increase bone strength. If I dont feel pain in my bones, do I still need to continue taking New Anlene MoveMax? The information provided in this website is for educational purposes only. It is not intended to be used as a substitute for informed medical advice and care. Please consult a doctor with any questions or concerns that you might have regarding to your health conditions. Should you have any enquiries on bone health and nutrition, you can always contact us at our Careline 1800 329 7555. Or you can also email us at [email protected] Continue reading >>

How To Reverse Diabetes With Your Diet

How To Reverse Diabetes With Your Diet

While your chance of reversing diabetes depends on several factors, one key thing you can change is your diet. ‘Reversing diabetes’ usually refers to the case where people with type 2 diabetes are able to restore their blood sugar and insulin to normal levels, such that they no longer need to take medication. This is also known as putting diabetes in remission. The reversal is not necessarily permanent – to keep diabetes in remission and stay off the meds, you have to keep your weight in the healthy range by continuing to practise healthy eating habits and staying active. Also, note that this doesn’t happen for everyone – while weight loss can be beneficial in reversing diabetes progression, it also depends on how long you’ve had the disease, how severe it is, and your genes. Some people who are at a healthy weight are living with type 2 diabetes too. Understanding type 2 diabetes According to Dr Daniel Wai, endocrinologist at Mount Elizabeth Hospital, it is believed that each of us have a definite amount of fat storage capacity. When that capacity is exceeded, the body does not want any more additional fat, and becomes resistant to insulin. When you develop insulin resistance, there is just no way for your body to convert that sugar to energy. You end up with raised blood sugar levels, and your doctor diagnoses you with type 2 diabetes. The more body fat you have, the harder it is for your pancreas to make the amount of insulin your body needs to control blood sugar. That's why weight loss – through changes in your diet and physical activity – is especially beneficial in controlling and reversing diabetes progression. Is there a diet that can reverse type 2 diabetes? A diet that aims to reverse diabetes would basically mean a diet that helps you manage Continue reading >>

Can You Develop Diabetes?

Can You Develop Diabetes?

Between creepy clowns and diabetes, the latter is a lot scarier. Here’s why — diabetes can be a silent killer because many symptoms are easy to miss, and the disease will lead to some serious complications. Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong cited recently that one in nine Singaporeans has diabetes, and three in 10 over the age of 60 have the disease. Just what is diabetes? Diabetes mellitus, commonly referred to as diabetes, is a long-term medical condition where our body’s blood glucose levels remain constantly higher than normal. It occurs when the pancreas does not produce enough insulin or when the insulin is simply ineffective. Insulin is a hormone produced by the pancreas that controls the use of blood glucose (simple sugar) for energy. It plays an important role in keeping our blood glucose levels low. Without insulin, our body will not be able to use or store the glucose that comes from food. The body will then use fat as a source of fuel for the body instead, which in turn will give rise to acute complications such as blindness and kidney failure. Can I develop diabetes? Here’s a quick breakdown on the two major types of diabetes: Type 1 diabetes This is the less common type between the two, often diagnosed in childhood. Type 1 diabetes is a type of condition where the body is unable to produce insulin due to a damaged pancreas. Although it can occur at any age, Type 1 diabetes is usually more common in children and young adults. Insulin is needed for treatment, and the complications can be sudden and life-threatening. Type 2 diabetes This is the most common type of diabetes that affects most Singaporeans. In Type 2 diabetes, your body either becomes resistant to insulin or your pancreas does not produce enough insulin for your body. You run a higher risk Continue reading >>

Diabetes Singapore Expats Forum

Diabetes Singapore Expats Forum

any good supplements for diabetics? Especially for elders in the late 50's. Do u hear of this Phyto-A. It helps to build bodys immunity against cancer and more. Phyto-A contains Alpha Lipoic Acid (ALA), a super strength anti-oxidant and Vitamins A and E together with natural ingredients such as Evening Primrose Oil, Grape Seed Oil, Soya Bean Oil and Wheat Germ Oil. Effectively increasing your bodys immunity by neutralizing cancer-causing free radicals, ALA is a proven medical treatment for peripheral neuropathy, a complication arising from diabetes. It reduces chances of stroke and cardiac arrest as well as cancer. The Evening Primrose Oil in Phyto-A relieves symptoms of arthritic and rheumatic pains, as well as lowers cholesterol. It improves bodys health condition and immune system through the removal of harmful free radicals from the bodies. Post by Chensm Tue, 27 Feb 2007 11:35 am This product has been feature by mainstream newspaper in Malaysia Sin Chew Daily for 5 day consequtively between 20 March 2006 to 24 March 2006: Part 1: Diabetes and Diabetes Complications Interview Mejar Jeneral Dato' (Dr) Sulaiman bin Abdullah who is Director General of Health Services Malaysian Armed Forces,Health Services Division,Headquaters MAF, Ministry of Defence. Part 2: Drug for Diabetes and it side effect Interview Director General of Health Services Malaysian Armed Forces in Health Services Division of Headquaters MAF, Ministry of Defence, Mejar Jeneral Dato' (Dr) Sulaiman bin Abdullah Part 3: Unhealthy Food Cause Heart Diseases Easily Interview Consultant Pulmonary and Critical Care Physician of Kuala Lumpur General Hospital, Dato Dr Jeyaindran Sinnadurai Part 4: GT&F Milk Powder able to lower diabetics' blood glucose level ... 0level.htm [/url]Interview Dr Kuo Shi-Wen, Taiwa Continue reading >>

Natural Remedy For Diabetes

Natural Remedy For Diabetes

| Blog | Home | About Us | Editor's Note | Contact Us | Health Topics | Products | As compared to non-diabetic that produces the constantly varying amounts of insulin necessary for obtaining energy from glucose, the diabetic cant. There is no need to disproportionately restrict the intake of carbohydrates in the diet of most diabetic patients. The key is to choose high-fiber complex carbohydrates instead of refined and processed foods that are loaded with simple carbohydrates. Avoid Refined Sugar, Simple & Carbohydrates Avoid all sugar and foods containing refined sugar, such as pastry, candy and soft drinks. Eat more complex carbohydrates - fiber-rich unprocessed foods that are now recommended for everyone. Vegetables are ideal. Spinach, asparagus, broccoli, cabbage, string beans, celery and whole grain cereals and brown rice can be generously included in the diabetic diet. These vegetables and grains provide a buffering action that slows down the body's absorption of sugars into the blood. Clinical research shows that one third of diabetic patients have hyper-lipidemia, indicating the need for dietary management. The most sensible approach is to limit the amount of fat in their diet and to substitute polyunsaturated fats (cold pressed vegetable oils) for the saturated type. Steamed fish and boiled poultry are recommended instead of fatty cuts of meat. Avoid high-temperature treated oils and fats, trans-fats and hydrogenated fats. Charles Weller M.D. in his book The New Way to Live with Diabetes states that "Weight reduction and control can bring this incurable disease closer to complete remission than any medication." Sure enough, the overweight diabetic who successfully brings their weight back to normal usually experiences a dramatic improvement in their condition. Continue reading >>

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