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Can Diabetes Be Caused By Poor Diet?

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Poor Nutrition Can Cause Disease

Every day 20,000 people visit the HealthWiki for lifesaving health information. If everyone gave just $5 we could translate 50 more chapters. Because girls and women often get less food—and less nutritious food — than they need, they are more likely to get sick. Here are some common illnesses caused by poor nutrition. A person with anemia has weak blood. This happens when red blood cells are lost or destroyed faster than the body can replace them. Because women lose blood during their monthly bleeding, anemia is often found in women who are between puberty and menopause. About half of the world’s pregnant women are anemic, because they need to make extra blood for the growing baby. Anemia is a serious illness. It makes a woman more likely to get other kinds of diseases, and affects her ability to work and learn. Anemic women are more likely to bleed heavily or even die during childbirth. pale inner eyelids, nails and inside of lip weakness and feeling very tired dizziness, especially when getting up from a sitting or lying position fainting (loss of consciousness) shortness of breath fast heartbeat The most common cause of anemia is not eating enough food rich in iron, since Continue reading >>

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  1. righteousdude2

    How Can I Stop Lantus Weight Gain????

    Simply put, since I've been on high doses of Lantus, was 58, now down to 46, I've been gaining weight. I went from 195 to 205 in 5 months.
    I exercise, and don't eat any more than before I started to gain weight.
    Does anyone have a secret as to how I can stop this weight gain, without starving myself any more than I am
    Shalom,
    Pastor Paul

  2. Jen

    Hi Paul - it can be a battle. What is your carb world like right now?
    Jen
    PS - Ha ha! I just noticed your location....is there a town in CA that's not on the skids (Pacific Palisades and Rolling Hills excepted)?

  3. breezeonby

    Quote:

    Originally Posted by righteousdude2
    Simply put, since I've been on high doses of Lantus, was 58, now down to 46, I've been gaining weight. I went from 195 to 205 in 5 months.
    I exercise, and don't eat any more than before I started to gain weight.
    Does anyone have a secret as to how I can stop this weight gain, without starving myself any more than I am
    Shalom,
    Pastor Paul I am battling this same problem. I am about to start a new diet and I can see that I am in for a difficult time. I may have to cut my carbs down to the bare bones. I am ready to put up a fight to loose the weight

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