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Does Treatment For Gum Disease Help People With Diabetes Control Blood Sugar Levels?

Review question The main question addressed by this review is: how effective is gum disease treatment for controlling blood sugar levels (known as glycaemic control) in people with diabetes, compared to no active treatment or usual care? Background Gum disease treatment is used to reduce swelling and infection from gum disease. Keeping blood sugar levels under control is a key issue for people with diabetes, and some clinical research suggests a relationship exists between gum disease treatment and glycaemic control. As a result, it is important to discover if gum disease treatment does improve glycaemic control to encourage better use of clinical resources. There is a broad range of gum disease treatments available for treating patients with diabetes. This review considered two types. 1. Does gum disease treatment improve blood sugar control in people with diabetes? 2. Does one type of gum disease treatment have a bigger effect than another in improving blood sugar control? Study characteristics This review of existing clinical trials was carried out by authors working with the Cochrane Oral Health Group and updates the previous version published in 2010. The evidence is current u Continue reading >>

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  1. trisha01

    *** To everyone, any CGM / Pump stuff, and also Insulin info, is best left to those that actually use them (and or the parents/guardians etc.), to answer questions. ***
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    Sidenote to new members....please put which type of diabetes you have, in your signature area. T1's and T2's cross post on these forums, and it is imperative that we all know which type diabetes, that one has. This is so that no misinformation is given to anyone. Type 1 and Type 2 are two totally absolute different diseases with different causes, thus making self-management, very different. Thank you!, and welcome to the forums.

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    No matter how much we all want to have total control, ... sometimes ... we need to relinquish control ... to go forward. - me

  2. trisha01

    *** To everyone, any CGM / Pump stuff, and also Insulin info, is best left to those that actually use them (and or the parents/guardians etc.), to answer questions. ***
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    Additional to Sidenote to new members....Now that we have badges to show under our names, please consider editing your profile, to show which type of diabetes you have. There are a few choices from which to choose. Check all that are applicable. If there is a save button, be sure to hit that one as well.

    I am a retired Trauma Radiographer...Level II Trauma Centers
    Sidenote to new members....please put which type of diabetes you have, in your signature area. T1's and T2's cross post on these forums, and it is imperative that we all know which type diabetes, that one has. This is so that no misinformation is given to anyone. Type 1 and Type 2 are two totally absolute different diseases with different causes, thus making self-management, very different. Thank you!, and welcome to the forums.

    Currently using Minimed CGM, & MDI's
    All brittle means, is that one has great fluctuations, which is pretty much hallmark for Type 1's. Some more so than others. - me
    First light brings a new day, new hope, new wisdom, and a chance to start fresh again. - me
    If everyone were dealt the same amount of cards, there would be no challenges in life. Challenges are part of life's lessons, to teach us to grow in all aspects, and to learn what we need to learn, to make it in this world. Life was not meant to be fair. - me
    No matter how much we all want to have total control, ... sometimes ... we need to relinquish control ... to go forward. - me

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What is Guar Gum? Guar gum is a type of fiber from the seed of the guar plant. About 20% to 40% of the guar seed consists of galactomannan gum, that forms a thick gel when mixed with water. Chemically, it is a galactomannan polymer containing the sugars galactose and mannose. Guar gum is more soluble than locust bean gum and is a better stabilizer, as it has more galactose branch points. Uses It is particularly useful in food manufacturing since it's soluble and able to absorb water, forming a gel which can thicken and bind products. Actually, guar gum can hold approximately eight times the amount of water that cornstarch can. Due to its binding properties, guar gum is now also used in the gas and oil industry as part of the process of hydraulic fracturing, or hydrofracking. Moreover, it may protect against diabetes by slowing the rate of glucose absorption. For example, according to a 2012 study, guar gum is even more effective than the anti-diabetic drug Glibenclamide at lowering glycemia levels. Also, there is substantial evidence that guar gum has a low digestibility as well as it swells in the digestive tract to provide satiety and fullness. Also, it may be useful in the treatment of irritable bowel syndrome, according to a 2005 study issued in Digestive Diseases and Sciences. As an interesting fact, since guar gum is more environmentally friendly, in the past two years, the demand for guar gum increased from 250,000 tonnes to 480,000 tonnes per year worldwide. Guar gum is vegan. Guar Gum Substitute Acacia gum, also known as gum arabic,is an edible gum from the acacia tree. Acacia gum is used in the food industry as a stabilizer for thickening and setting recipes, including candy, gelato, and syrups. Chia seeds have been cultivated for hundreds of years in Mexico andregarded as a "superfood." Chia translates as strength from the Mayan language, and chia seedswere known as runners food. To use them, you can add liquid to chia seeds, leave to stand for one minute, and you will have a chia gel. Psyllium husk improves the texture of gluten-free bread. It is commonly sold as a fiber supplement. It can be an excellent substitute for guar gum since it gives the bread a great structure as well as it can help keep baked goods moist. Xanthan gum acts as a stabilizer, a thickener, an emulsifier and a foaming agent, plus, it can maintain all these properties at different baking temperatures. Guar Gum Side Effects It may interfere with the absorption of a few prescription medicines, especially metformin and antibiotic penicillin V. Overconsumption of guar gum (or not drinking sufficient fluids) can cause blockage of the esophagus and the intestines. In addition, consumption of foods containing guar gum may cause abdominal bloating, excessive gas (flatulence), pain or cramps, diarrhea, or loose stools. Occasionally, it is made with soy protein. This is a problem for people with a soy allergy. Thank you. This was our video about guar gum powder, guar gum uses, is guar gum safe, is guar gum bad for you, guar gum allergy. Music: http://www.purple-planet.com Images - pixabay Recommended videos: 1.12 Benefits of Eating Oatmeal Every Morning - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ryFlo... 2.20 Interesting Facts About Depression - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SllHk...

Gum Disease Signals Diabetes Risk

It’s long been known that oral health is an important indicator for the body’s overall health. Now new research suggests gum disease may predict whether you develop diabetes. The finding, published in the July issue of Diabetes Care, is the latest report to link poor gum health with a variety of other serious health worries. Last year, Harvard researchers found a surprising link between poor gum health and pancreatic cancer. Other studies have linked periodontal health to heart disease, stroke and pregnancy problems. Among the estimated 35 percent of adults who have some form of gum disease, about one in three has a worrisome level of infection. Gum disease is linked with tobacco use but medication side effects, such as dry mouth, can also contribute to oral health problems. Genetics also play a role. Although people with diabetes are known to be at risk for gum disease, it hasn’t been clear which comes first. Researchers at Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health studied a representative sample of 9,000 people who didn’t have diabetes, although 817 of them went on to develop the disease. The researchers found that individuals with elevated levels of periodo Continue reading >>

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  1. blanc71

    Hi all
    Been a bit partial to sugar free chewing gum.
    Is it ok ?

  2. ickihun

    Dr bernstein recommends it in patients how have slow digestion due to nerve damage to the digestive system. I know fat can slow digestion too so if on lchf diet I guess would be ideal.
    Does it trap wind in your system thou? In some it does, in others not.
    If your lucky to enjoy it, why not!

  3. Vidgren

    I eat sugarfree gum all the time. Doesnt affect bs at all but dont overconsume.

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http://goo.gl/9lu3O Screening for gum disease forms an integral part of your routine examination. Gum disease describes swelling, soreness or infection of the tissues supporting the teeth. There are two main forms of gum disease: gingivitis and periodontal disease. http://www.dentalconduit.co.uk/treatm...

Diabetes & Gum Disease

We all love a beautiful smile. Smiling can help us feel better, whether it’s us or others we meet who are doing the smiling. As people with diabetes, we have to be extra vigilant to help keep our gums and teeth healthy, protecting our beautiful smile. Although it’s not discussed as often as it should be, diabetes is the leading cause of periodontal (gum) disease. People with diabetes (both type 1 and type 2) experience three times greater risk of periodontal disease than non-diabetics. 1, 2 It’s also reported that higher A1c levels were a sign that periodontal disease and root destruction would progress more rapidly in people previously diagnosed with treated for periodontitis. 3 Oral Health and Diabetes: The interaction between periodontal disease and diabetes is somewhat of the-chicken-or-the-egg scenario, acting in a cyclical pattern: High blood glucose levels (hyperglycemia) cause both microvascular changes throughout the body, along with high glucose levels in saliva. Microvascular changes and high glucose in saliva can lead to increased plaque build-up on the teeth, which causes receding gums and pockets below the gumline These pockets allow more plaque bacteria to grow Continue reading >>

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    How long does it take METFORMIN to help me lose weight?

    I have been diagnosed with insulin resistance Nov 2011. Taking METFORMIN, HCL ER 2000mg (since 11/4/11 worked my way up to full dose). Been on full dose for 2.5 weeks now. No weight loss. I am keeping total daily carbs under 45grams per day. Total calories < 1400. PROTEIN = 60-80GRAMS PER DAY. Diet controlled w/dietician every 6 weeks. I work out 5x per week, 45 mins each time = 50/50 cardio/strength training. Drink 8 glasses of water per day. I am very frustrated. How long does full dose of MET 2000mg take to lose any weight? My endo says he feels I can lose 10 lbs by the follow up appt 2/3/12. I haven't lose one ounce yet. PLEASE HELP. DEE
    Added 15 Dec 2011:
    ps I just read somewhere that I should be taking my metformin with full glass of water. I have not been doing that. Just enough water to get the pills down. Also once or twice a week I will have a glass of sugar free lemonade w/ 1.5 oz of flavored vodka (zero sugar, BUT 6-8 total carbs). Could this interfere w/metformins' effect to help the insulin resistance??????
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    pps the carbs I consume are 99% from vegetables, either green leafy or steamed/frozen

  2. Delila

    Hi, as you probably know, metformin aids weight loss by reducing your natural instinct of hunger, so you eat less. So it is really down to you to loose the weight by eating healthily which it sounds that you are. To be honest i would have expected you to have lost some weight already... there are foods which can hinder you weight loss, such as foods that increase your blood sugar levels, so you need to be aware of these. I am going to add a link to a website that lists the things you should/should not be doing whilst taking the metformin, including dietary suggestions. I hope you see some results soon.

  3. MO mouawim

    Hi, i am healthy and completely well-balanced with no health problem. i take contraceptive pills. would like to loose around 5KG. Can i take glucofage to help me in the process? thank you

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