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What Is The Root Cause Of Type 2 Diabetes?

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Boston Children’s Hospital Finds Root Cause Of Diabetes

They say that with just a little more study, they could possibly cure type 1 diabetes. Boston Children’s Hospital could be on the verge of curing type 1 diabetes. Seriously. This huge news, which was announced today on their blog, could affect the 215,000 people in the U.S. younger than 20 who have diabetes (type 1 or type 2). That’s a pretty huge number, so it’s no wonder why it’s been called an epidemic. People who live with type 1 diabetes have to inject themselves with insulin to regulate the glucose in their blood. It’s an immediate fix, but there are many long-term complications associated with diabetes, like heart and kidney diseases, nerve problems, skin issues, and problems with vision, among others. “Insulin injections can manage hyperglycemia by reducing the patient’s glucose levels, but it is not the cure,” says Dr. Paolo Fiorina of the Nephrology Division at Boston Children’s Hospital in the report. The Nephrology Division was recently ranked number one in the country by U.S. News and World Report. Fiorina was looking for the molecular pathway that triggers diabetes, hoping to find better treatment options with the ultimate goal of finding a permanent Continue reading >>

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  1. tangram

    Finally bought my Aviva Accucheck monitor but want to know if I can use a lancet more than once or do I have to keep changing it after every test?
    First ever test 20.30pm after a meal of tinned curry ( low carbs) and oven chips, got a feeling the oven chips won't do very well !! :cry:

  2. daisy1

    Opinions vary a lot on this. Many people change lancets every time..... and many don't. I fall into the second category. There will probably be a lot of replies to your post so you can then make up your own mind.

  3. mistee71

    Have to say i dont change it every time. I change it when it hurts more or when i remember :lol: I dont think i was ever told when to do it either :roll:

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There is a common misconception among patients as well as physicians that treating Type 2 diabetes means controlling your blood sugar by any means. This approach is dangerously flawed. The fact is that Type 2 diabetes is a complex disease process. If not managed properly, it often leads to a number of horrendous complications. Diet alone does not treat the root-cause of diabetes. Medications can sometimes cause more harm than good. In "Reverse Your Type 2 Diabetes Scientifically," Dr. Sarfraz Zaidi, MD explains what is the root cause of Type 2 diabetes. Then he showcases his unique 5-step approach to manage this disease at its roots. Over the last fifteen years, he has employed this groundbreaking approach to help thousands of Type 2 diabetic patients. He has included actual case studies from his clinical practice to illustrate how his 5-step approach can reverse Type 2 diabetes as well as its complications. Dr. Zaidi's unique 5-step approach consists of: 1. A simple, yet profound approach to Stress Management, based on his personal awakening. 2. A revolutionary, scientific approach to diet. You may be surprised to learn how Calorie-based dietary recommendations are actually not ve

Reverse Your Type 2 Diabetes Scientifically

There is a common misconception among patients as well physicians that treating Type 2 diabetes means controlling your blood sugar by any means. This approach is dangerously flawed. The fact is that Type 2 diabetes is a complex disease process. If not managed properly, it often leads to a number of horrendous complications. Sometimes, medications can cause more harm than good. In "Reverse Your Type 2 Diabetes Scientifically," Dr. Sarfraz Zaidi, MD explains what is the root cause of Type 2 diabetes. Then he showcases his unique 5-step approach to manage this disease at its roots. Over the last fifteen years, he has employed this groundbreaking approach to help thousands of Type 2 diabetic patients. He has included actual case studies from his clinical practice to illustrate how his 5-step approach can reverse Type 2 diabetes as well as its complications. Dr. Zaidi's unique 5-step approach consists of: A simple, yet profound approach to Stress Management, based on his personal awakening. A revolutionary, scientific approach to diet. You may be surprised to learn how Calorie-based dietary recommendations are actually not very scientific. His diet is based on actual food items you buy Continue reading >>

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  1. Loulou10

    Lactose free milk

    Ok, so i've seen some adverts on TV for this new lactose free milk -- obviously aimed at the lactose intolerant. I am not lactose intoerant however as you know with diabetes it can raise sugars!! I miss my cereal with milk in the morning as I found it made my bg rise no matter how much I injected. So is the lactose the sugar bit?? sorry ... just I know things ending in 'ose' i.e fructose etc are sugars. If it is does this mean I can pour it over my weetabix... gosh what a sad life we lead haha. I'm just fed up of porridge made with water I want MILK!!!
    thanks for your help
    actually I sduppose any easier option would be to get of my derrier and go see what it says on the packet!

  2. DWine

    I use a milk product by Hood called calorie countdown, its a very low carb milk that tastes good.
    One 8oz glass has only 3 grams and I like the 2% stuff

  3. Loulou10

    hhmmm thanks sounds good I wonder if we have it here in UK? enjoy

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Dr. Tom Chaney reviews a patients clinical results after completing a type 2 diabetes reversal program. The patient received 8 months of treatment and was able to eliminate medications, lose weight and lower blood sugar. If you would like to learn more and see if you are a good candidate for care call the office at 410-216-9180. For more videos on type 2 diabetes visit http://youtu.be/lSka0cisG8U Chiropractor Annapolis MD Describes Type 2 Diabetes Case Study #1 | Type 2 Diabetes Reversal https://www.mylivinghealth.com By: Living Health Integrative Medicine 1833 Forest Drive Suite A Annapolis, MD 21401 (410) 216-9180

Type 2 Diabetes Reversal

Introduction In the United States, nearly 80 million people, or one in four has some form of diabetes or pre-diabetes. What’s worse, both type 1 and type 2 diabetes among children and teens has also skyrocketed. Between 90 and 95 percent have noninsulin-dependent or type II diabetes. Formerly called adult-onset, this form of diabetes usually begins in adults over age 40, and is most common after age 55. Nearly half of people with diabetes don’t know it because the symptoms often develop gradually and are hard to identify at first. The person may feel tired or ill without knowing why. Diabetes can cause problems that damage the heart, blood vessels, eyes, kidneys, and nerves. Recent data, reveals that, between 2007 and 2015, incidence of type 1 diabetes among children under the age of 19 rose by 21 percent. Incidence of type 2 diabetes among children aged 10-19 rose by 30 percent during that same timeframe! Conventional Medicine Has It All Wrong. Statistics such as these points to two very important facts. First, it tells us that diabetes cannot be primarily caused by genetics, and secondly, it literally screams that something we’re doing, consistently and en masse, is horribl Continue reading >>

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  1. pctm

    metformin during night?

    i'm currently having to take metformin
    1000mg twice a day with meals
    i'm having reasonable control except overnight
    when I have to urinate hourly
    I was wondering if it was safe to take 500 mg
    somewhere in the night and see if I don't have to
    urinate so much
    if the dose will lower my levels any
    has anyone tried this?

  2. VeeJay

    No one has answered yet so I'll give it a try.
    Metformin, no matter when it's taken, is only built up in the bloodstream. It does not have immediate effect on BG like other drugs or insulin. It doesn't work that way. It works in the liver to reduce the amount of glycogen it stores, thereby, reducing the amount of glucose it is able to secrete back into the blood stream at a later time.
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    'm having reasonable control except overnight
    when I have to urinate hourly
    I was wondering if it was safe to take 500 mg
    somewhere in the night and see if I don't have to
    urinate so much You mention urinating at night. Is this because your blood sugar is high - say, above 200 most of the time? Well, this would cause urinating. But metformin would have absolutely no effect on this issue because, as I wrote above, it does not work like insulin to immediately (or even in an hour or two) lower blood sugar. If you BG is high, then your first priority is to get it lowered to below 140. The frequent urination will subside.
    To address your statement of not have as good control overnight. As far as blood sugar levels go, it is natural for your BG to rise in the early hours of the morning. It is the way your body goes about waking you up. And it is the liver that provides the glucose to raise your BG. This is called dawn phenomenon (DP). Since we diabetics don't have an accompanying insulin response, BG continues to rise.
    Metformin does help with DP. But if you are having high morning numbers, then it may be because you ate too many carbs the evening before.
    DP is discussed at length on this forum. If you do a search for "dawn phenomenon" you'll find many recent and past threads on this subject.

  3. David Burke

    Sorry, I don't take met so I can't answer questions that specific.
    Sent from my iPhone

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