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

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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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  1. Katrinka85

    So,
    I want to start taking some vitamins but I’m not sure which ones are the best for someone with diabetes….
    Can you please share what your Dr.suggested or what are you taking?
    Would regular Centrum be ok or Fish oil or any other kind???
    Thank you!

  2. Tryska

    I take a multi and an iron supplement.
    I've also read (in the Diabetes Miracle Diet) of Vitamin D and Vit E being needed. And B-12.
    I get those from the multi.

  3. JuliaDay2013

    I personally use a good quality B Complex, EFA (essential fatty acid/fish oil), multi mineral vitamin, and various other things. I've been taking them for many years and can tell when I miss taking them because my pain levels go up.

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Do You Have Wifi-caused-diabetes, Also Called Type 3 Diabetes. Diabetes Now At Epidemic Levels. Learn How To Spot If You Already Have Wifi-caused-diabetes Or Learn How To Protect Yourself, So You Will Not Get It In The Future

Recent reseach shows link between WiFi and diabetes. Science understand that diabetes is linked to our diet, weight, exercise and genetics. However, its also known that diabetes is being redefined as an immune illness. As WiFi effects the human immune system, recent research showing a link that makes sense. From 1995 to 2010, there was at least a 100% increase in the prevalence of diagnosed diabetes cases in 18 states in the US. Forty-two states saw an increase of at least 50%. In a ground-breaking study, Dr. Magda Havas of Trent University, Canada reports that doctors have long suspected that there exists an environmental cause of diabetes, and her study now confirms they’ve been right. Magda Havas states: “There are two main types of diabetes: Type 1 Diabetes, which is also called Childhood Onset, accounts for 5% to 10% of all diabetics, and is largely genetic; Type 2 Diabetes, also known as Adult Onset, accounts for 90% to 95% of all diabetes and is attributed largely to lifestyle and obesity. She suggest there is another type of diabetes – Type 3 Diabetes, which is an environmental trigger that causes blood sugar to spike or fall.” Watch this 7 min video, by doctor Magd Continue reading >>

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  1. HEALTH_NOW

    Thank you. I've tried time release, regular & the liquid, Riomet. I seem to have trouble no matter the version.

  2. ANNETTECAN

    HEALTH_NOW There is another post on here, she said she was giving time release and that almost completely took care of her problems.

  3. HEALTH_NOW

    Yes I've had some of those symptoms & others. Problem with taking many medications is figuring out the ones causing the problem & wondering if it is the combination rather than just one med. Very frustrating especially since no doctor helping so I'm trying to do it on my own.

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Obesity and diabetes are intricately linked. http://www.diabetesdebacle.com . In this video, you'll discover the exact process by which obesity causes diabetes (and vice versa). If you suffer from type 2 diabetes and would like to learn how to reverse it (because you can!) without expensive and useless medications then visit http://www.diabetesdebacle.com to download your FREE Diabetes Debacle report.

Diabetes & Obesity

According to the Center for Disease Control, we are eating ourselves into a diabetes epidemic. The International Diabetes Foundation (IDF) says that, “Diabetes and obesity are the biggest public health challenge of the 21st century.” The supporting statistics they cite are staggering: As of 1999, diabetes affected 16 million (six percent) of Americans – an increase of 40 percent in just ten years. During the same period, the obesity rate climbed from 12 percent to almost 20 percent. Last year the diabetes and obesity rates increased 6 percent and 57 percent. Every three seconds, someone is diagnosed with diabetes. Of the children born in 2000, one in three will eventually develop diabetes. Although both diabetes and obesity risk factors are often associated with race, age, and family history, it’s becoming more and more clear that the conveniences of modern life also contribute to the development of both diseases. For example, sedentary lifestyles (reduced physical activity) and the popularity of high fat, high energy diets (think “Super Size Me”) and convenient foods are known to lead to obesity – but do they also cause diabetes? Is There a Link Between Obesity and D Continue reading >>

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  1. mookie47

    Epsom Salt (magnesium sulfate) for Diabetics

    About a year ago I dislocated my knee and tore a few ligaments, it gets sore and swolen sometimes and my grandmother recently suggested a hot epsom salt bath. When I bought the salt it says on the back that diabetics should not use epsom salt unless directed to do so by a physician. When I looked online I found some horror stories about bad epsom salt experiences but nothing seemed specific to Diabetes.
    I realize the obvious side effects of dizziness or having a hot soak effect my sugars..
    Does anyone know why we arent supposed to use Epsom salt?

  2. jessidehl

    You can actually absorb the magnesium through your skin. I think it can make you go low...

  3. coravh

    I think what they may be doing as well is extrapolating. If you have diabetic kidney disease, exposing yourself to the possible absorption of the Mg could be bad for you if your kidneys are not filtering properly. This is basic CYA behavior. Otherwise, I don't see any real problems.
    Cora

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