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The Environmental Determinants Of Diabetes In The Young; The Teddy Study With A Focus On Paediatric Coeliac Disease

Research Conference 2018 - Coeliac disease past, present, future; a spectrum of gluten related conditions The Environmental Determinants of Diabetes in the Young; The TEDDY study with a focus on paediatric coeliac disease The Environmental Determinants of Diabetes in the Young; The TEDDY study with a focus on paediatric coeliac disease Daniel Agardh is an associateprofessor at the Unit of Diabetesand Celiac Disease, Department ofClinical Sciences, Lund University,and works clinically as a pediatricgastroenterologist at the Departmentof Pediatrics in Malm and Lund,Sweden. The main focus of hisresearch is to identify genetic andenvironmental factors that triggercoeliac disease in children followedin the longitudinal prospective birthcohort studies in the countries ofSweden and Ethiopia. Coeliac disease is a multifactorialdisease caused by gluten inindividuals carrying certain HLAgenotypes. However, many questionson the aetiology are mainlyunresolved. although genetics andgluten are prerequisites for thedisease to develop, it still remainsunknown why not all individuals atgenetic risk eating gluten developcoeliac disease. Infant feeding habits,such as time to gluten introductionand b Continue reading >>

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  1. jvx333

    I'm a type 2 diabetic and I'm wondering if this diet will be good our bad for me. Will I see fat weight loss results or slower than most?

  2. anbeav

    Keto is your functional cure for T2D and you will likely have much more efficient weight loss given you don't process carbs well

  3. earnthefuture

    I think calling it a cure is a little misleading. Helpful? Absolutely. But not a cure.

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Table of Contents: 02:02 - Role of Social Environment on Health 06:45 - Everyday Discrimination Scale 09:01 - Microaggressions and Health 09:56 - Environmental Impacts on Health 11:05 - Physical Environment and Health 18:00 - 22:27 - How does environment influence health?

Reasons For Staying As A Participant In The Environmental Determinants Ofdiabetes In The Young (teddy) Longitudinal Study

Received May 15, 2012; Accepted May 24, 2012; Published May 31, 2012 Citation: Lernmark B, Lynch K, Ballard L, Baxter J, Roth R, Simell T, et al. (2012) Reasons for Staying as a Participant in the Environmental Determinants of Diabetes in the Young (TEDDY) Longitudinal Study. J Clin Trials 2:114. doi:10.4172/2167-0870.1000114 Copyright: 2012 Lernmark B, et al. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited. Natural history; Diabetes mellitus; Type 1 Diabetes; Clinical observational study ; Participation Longitudinal research is advantageous to understanding the natural history of a disease and the possible role of gene-environment interactions. Participant retention and protocol compliance is important in order to maintain statistical validity and avoid bias. One of the most challenging aspects is keeping the participants enrolled until the study endpoint is reached. The Environmental Determinants of Diabetes in the Young (TEDDY) study is a longitudinal multi-center, multi-national, epidemiologic Continue reading >>

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  1. val26

    husband has type 1 - can we get pregnant naturally?

    Hi everyone, I'm new to the site and looking for some insight about getting pregnant. My husband is a type 1, I do NOT have diabetes. He was diagnosed at age 14 (now 28 years old). We recently discussed about trying to start a family, but one of his concerns was that his family physician told him several years ago it would not be possible to conceive naturally. However, his A1c is 7.3 as of last week when he had his labs done (from what I understand, if it is under 8, then he is under control). He does inject his own insulin (I know he uses Novalog or sometimes Humalog and then 22 units of Lantis before bed) and is very good about checking his levels throughout the day and before bed. We just started taking vitamins (prenatal for me and One A Day Mens Health for him) to help get our bodies ready to start trying in the near future. I read somewhere that by taking vitamins, it could improve sperm motility and also increase sperm count, so I figured it couldnt hurt.
    Can anyone please give us some advice on your experiences, I would like an honest answer from people who know first hand rather than reading blogs and articles that may or may not be true from "scientists and doctors". We have not gone to the endocrinologist together to discuss this with her yet, but I have a feeling that will be what most of you will suggest that we do first. I do have alot of faith and being positive that there is hope we can conceive naturally.
    Im just looking to see if it is possible for us that there might be hope to start a family without spending lots of money on IVF treatment. Thanks in advance!
    -val

  2. coravh

    While I don't have any experience, I have never heard of a male T1 not being able to have a family naturally. I would question the doc that told you that. I know of many T1 females who have had perfectly wonderful pregnancies and the kids are fine. Best of luck to you starting your family.
    Cora

  3. furball64801

    Hi and welcome to DD unless he has some issues not related to diabetes he should be able to. The thing is the longer he you wait the chances go down if he experiences ED and that is a side affect for some diabetics. Good control helps and his is not bad but could get a bit better, good luck and keep having faith.

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Marian Rewers (Denver, USA) presents the Joint ISPAD-ESPE session at ESPE 2015.

Teddy - The Environmental Determinants Of Diabetes In The Young: An Observational Clinical Trial

Hagopian, W. A. , Lernmark, ., Rewers, M. J., Simell, O. G., She, J. X., Ziegler, A. G., ... Akolkar, B. (2006). TEDDY - The Environmental Determinants of Diabetes in the Young: An observational clinical trial . In Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. (Vol. 1079, pp. 320-326). (Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences; Vol. 1079). DOI: 10.1196/annals.1375.049 TEDDY - The Environmental Determinants of Diabetes in the Young : An observational clinical trial. / Hagopian, William A. ; Lernmark, ke; Rewers, Marian J.; Simell, Olli G.; She, Jin Xiong; Ziegler, Anette G.; Krischer, Jeffrey P.; Akolkar, Beena. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. Vol. 1079 2006. p. 320-326 (Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences; Vol. 1079). Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding Conference contribution Hagopian, WA , Lernmark, , Rewers, MJ, Simell, OG, She, JX, Ziegler, AG, Krischer, JP & Akolkar, B 2006, TEDDY - The Environmental Determinants of Diabetes in the Young: An observational clinical trial . in Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. vol. 1079, Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, vol. 1079, pp. 320-326. DOI: 10.1196/annals.1375.049 Hagopia Continue reading >>

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  1. Woee

    How many carbs per meal do you currently eat and what numbers you get with that amount of carbs?

  2. HelenHak

    Usually between 20 and 35. I get low to mid 5s mostly. But everyone is different. I know I am lucky to cope with that much.

  3. AM1874

    Hi @Woee .. and welcome
    First of all, I'm not sure that this is an entirely appropriate question .. everybody is different and what works for one person may well be less than ideal for others. Having said that, this is what I do ..
    I follow an LCHF lifestyle which includes 16/8 intermittent fasting. For me, this means that I eat only between 11.am and 7.pm because this is what I choose to do.
    Carbs are <40g daily and I follow the LCHF advice as described on the Diet Doctor website ..
    # only eating real food
    # only eating when hungry
    # stop eating when full
    On many days, I don't have breakfast .. just lunch and dinner. On other days, I may have a breakfast but then I'll have only a light lunch and/or small (ish) dinner. I do not eat snacks very often and when I do it will actually be instead of one of the meals within my 8-hour eating window .. the snacks that I do eat are: boiled egg mashed up in mayo, cold cuts of meat, cheese or celery sticks.
    Exercise is three rounds of golf each week, walking everywhere I can (rather than car or bus) and a two mile jog three or four times a week
    I take 2x500mg Metformin and 1x10mg Atorvastatin every day and no other meds
    From diagnosis on 7th Feb to readings on 4th April ..
    HbA1c : 98 down to 33 (calculated}
    BG : 12.5 down to 5.6
    Weight : 106.1k down to 92.2k
    BP : 149/101 down to 121/74
    I have also tagged @daisy1 who will soon send you a wealth of valuable information

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