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Is Diabetes Becoming The Biggest Epidemic Of The Twenty-first Century?

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Diabetes: The Cost And Effects

Throughout history, human kind has been afflicted by epidemics like cholera, malaria, tuberculosis, influenza etc that have wiped off millions of lives across the globe. In modern times, we have seen HIV/Aids, Ebola and most recently Zika virus adding to the list of epidemics. The common factor in all these cases is that they are communicable diseases. But the biggest epidemic of the 21st century that is affecting the global population is a non-communicable disease – diabetes. According the International Diabetes Federation (IDF) Diabetes Atlas 2015, some 415mn people or 8.8 per cent of adults aged 20-79, worldwide are estimated to have diabetes. About 75 per cent of them live in low- and middle- income countries. If these trends continue, by 2040 some 642mn people, or one adult in ten, will have diabetes. Oman has one of the highest prevalence of diabetes in the world and in 2015 there were over 300,000 cases in the country according to IDF. Diabetes has far-reaching consequences that not only affects an individual's health, but his/her's family's well being, finances employment and a country's economy as whole. According to various reports, majority of the countries spend 5-20 Continue reading >>

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    What is berberine? Can it really lower blood sugar? Are there any cautions? Which supplements are best?
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    Berberine is a compound found in plants such as barberry and goldenseal. There is some clinical evidence that it may lower blood sugar and cholesterol in people with type 2 diabetes. However, berberine may not be safe for certain people and it can interact with a number of medications. In addition, tests by ConsumerLab.com have revealed that some berberine and goldenseal supplements on the market do contain the expected amounts of berberine. For more about the clinical evidence for berberine and goldenseal, safety, dosage and the best way to take these supplements, plus our tests of products, see the Berberine and Goldenseal Supplements Review >>
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Resveratrol Shows Neuronal And Vascular-protective Effects In Older, Obese, Streptozotocin-induced Diabetic Rats

Abstract Diabetes-induced CVD is the most significant complication of prolonged hyperglycaemia. The aim of this study was to determine whether resveratrol, a polyphenol antioxidant compound, when administered at a dose that can be reasonably obtained through supplementation could prevent the development of cardiovascular complications in older, obese, diabetic rats. Diabetes was induced in 6-month old, obese, male Wistar rats via a single intravenous dose of streptozotocin (65 mg/kg). Randomly selected animals were administered resveratrol (2 mg/kg) via oral gavage daily for 8 weeks. Body weights, blood glucose levels, food intake and water consumption were monitored, and assessments of vascular reactivity, tactile allodynia and left ventricular function were performed. Resveratrol therapy significantly improved tactile allodynia and vascular contractile functionality in diabetic rats (P<0·05). There were no significant changes in standardised vasorelaxation responses, plasma glucose concentrations, water consumption, body weight, left ventricular hypertrophy, kidney hypertrophy, heart rate or left ventricular compliance with resveratrol administration. Resveratrol-mediated improv Continue reading >>

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    Dr. Bernstein's Diabetes Solution

    Good Morning:
    So, I received the book and started reading and have some questions. Please correct me if I am incorrect in what I think I am reading. So based on what I have read so far, it is indicating that I must eat "slow carbs" in moderation as well? ie. vegetables? It thought I could eat veggies and fat until I was "satisfied", but from what I am reading, consuming veggies at a higher rate will also raise my blood sugar? There are carbs in lettuce and other veggies?
    My diet at this moment consists of protein, fats and non starchy vegetables. I think I am more confused now than I was before starting to read the book......

  2. VeeJay

    It is really not confusing. Carbs are carbs, whatever the source.
    Have you a book or on-line site where you can look up the carb count of everything you eat? Yes, even low-starch veggies have carbs. And you can eat too much of even these if your meal exceeds the upper carb limit - that you have determined for your body by counting carbs and testing BG.

  3. missriss68

    I purchased the book. OK, so I need to adjust my eating. I guess the confusion was from reading the information on diet doctor where it indicates eat until satisfied is very different from what I am readying this far in the book. So, if I am understanding correctly I can have 6 grams of carbs for breakfast and 12 for both lunch and dinner.
    I believe the information that I read regarding protein indicates if my "ideal" weight is 135 than I can have 10 oz of protein daily?

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A Healthcare Model for the 21st Century C i t y C l u b o f C l e v e l a n d | a u g u s t 1 8 , 2 0 1 0 It is an honor to be invited here today. The City Club Forum has always been an outstanding platform for the discussion of important issues. nothing is permanent but change. Healthcare is changing. I’d like briefly to outline these changes, and discuss the effect on patients, diseases, treatments, delivery systems, caregivers and, finally, costs. Healthcare and the economy are in the midst of historic realignments. Cleveland Clinic needs to innovate and evolve if we are to continue to serve our patients and remain an economic engine for the region. Let me begin with a look at the changes in our own community. The city of Cleveland has shrunk dramatically over the past sixty years. The population has fallen – from nine hundred thousand to less than four hun- dred thousand. Cuyahoga County has seen similar but less dramatic change. The population has dropped from 1.7 million to less than 1.3 million. We are treating a different mix of diseases today than in the past. Infant mortality has decreased by ninety-five percent. Devastating infectious diseases like tubercul Continue reading >>

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    Is it illegal to sell insulin needles without a prescription?

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    TiggerGirl wrote:
    Is it illegal to sell insulin needles without a prescription? Depends on state law! Michigan no

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    Most state have a prof of need requirement and some require prescriptions.

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