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John Buse, MD, PhD from UNC, Chapel Hill reviews the 2009 update to the ADA-EASD consensus treatment algorithm for the management of type 2 diabetes, including the addition of newer "less well validated" therapies. Provided by the Institute for Diabetes, Obesity, and Cardiovascular Disease (iDOC), a free resource for continuing medical education and other tools for medical professionals focused on the treatment of these three related conditions. Visit www.idoc.org for more information.

New Easd Ada Diabetes Treatment Goals

New EASD ADA Diabetes Treatment Goals A new position statement for treatment of type 2 diabetes treatment focuses on the individual patient rather than a one number fits all HbA1c target. The new recommendations from the European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD) and the American Diabetes Association (ADA), announced in a news conference at the EASDs 48th Annual Meeting, put the patients condition, desires, abilities, and tolerances at the center of the decision-making process about the goals and methods of treatment. Our recommendations are less prescriptive than and not as algorithmic as prior guidelines, the authors write. What were trying to do is encourage people to really engage in a complex world with the patient, given the variety of choices, said David Matthews, MD, DPhil, from the Oxford Centre for Diabetes, Endocrinology and Metabolism at Churchill Hospital and the National Institute for Health Research, And the algorithmic approach, in our view, has finally had its day. We cant do that anymore. Dr. Matthews said the EASD and ADA writing group decided not to issue guidelines but rather to take positions and issue recommendations. Published guidelines tend to Continue reading >>

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  1. Feigenbutz

    Jump-starting ketosis prior to water fasting?

    From what I've researched on blood tests performed while fasting, it takes about 48 hours of water fasting before your body switches into full ketosis. Hence, why the first couple of days can be difficult. (I'm on my third day of water fasting now and last night around the 45-hour mark, I really wanted to eat.)
    Here's my question: Is there a way to jump-start the ketosis process so that the next time I fast I can skip that uncomfortable ketosis switch? Has anyone here started a water fast while already in ketosis? Or can something like MCT oil help at the beginning of a water fast to speed up the ketosis process?

  2. rt79w

    If you eat meat: Bacon.
    If you don't: Raw almonds.

  3. shonoob

    Why almonds?

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Ada, Easd Joint Statement On Hypoglycemia

Home / Resources / Articles / ADA, EASD Joint Statement on Hypoglycemia ADA, EASD Joint Statement on Hypoglycemia Organizations publish recommendations for identifying and reporting hypoglycemia in clinical studies. Current research on hypoglycemia was examined by the International Hypoglycemia Study group to create proposed hypoglycemia levels. The study group also formed recommendations for which levels of hypoglycemia should be reported. Simon R. Heller, MD, professor of clinical diabetes, University of Sheffield, and director of research and development and honorary consultant physician at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust in the United Kingdom, said in a press release that, We formed our multi-disciplinary group 3 years ago with a goal to increase awareness of hypoglycemia as a major side effect of current treatment in diabetes by educational activities among the diabetes community including patients, their families and professionals to benefit patient care.We developed the idea that a reclassification of hypoglycemia would be useful and are delighted that both the ADA and European Association for the Study of Diabetes have agreed. A Joint Position Statement o Continue reading >>

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  1. msrsimpkin

    Well, I still wasn't sure if I was in Ketosis yet as I haven't noticed any of the signs. I read on here that the best place to get Ketostix is from Boots Pharmacy, so I popped along to Boots to pick some up.
    When I asked the woman at the Pharmacy counter she immediately looked concerned and asked if I was diabetic. I said No, so asked what they were for. So I told her they were for use while doing Atkins. I was told that they weren't allowed to sell them for that reason because they would be encouraging a very unhealthy and very dangerous way of loosing weight! -_-
    I tried a couple of different stores in the area, all with the same results and the same mini lecture and disapproving look! Until I'm the end I just lied and said they were for my sister in law (who does have diabetes). And still she was very reluctant to sell them to me.
    Okay, so I understand that if they genuinely think that Atkins is dangerous, they don't want to appear to be promoting it, but it's not like people aren't still going to follow Atkins just because you won't sell them some sticks to pee on!
    Sorry, rant over. Just wanted to share how stupid I thought it was!

  2. Wrinkly

    I'm almost sure that Boots has had to back down on their 'policy' before but don't bother with them msrsimpkin, I get mine from Amazon.

  3. MichelleT

    Boots in Bristol
    Think it was me that suggested Boots. I have bought them on 4 occasions from various Boots in Bristol, and never had the slightest problem, good job because I would have had something to say back if they had!! Yesterday I bought the Keto diastix because thats all they had, and still was sold them without a problem. How annoying that a shop assistant should be able to pass a judgement on something she/he probably knows nothing about!

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BOSTON -- (June 16, 2014) -- The American Diabetes Association released a position statement outlining care protocols for persons with type 1 diabetes. The guidelines were officially released at the 2014 ADA Annual Conference in San Francisco this past June. The position statement covers care recommendations for all age ranges, from early childhood to adulthood and into the geriatric years.

Management Of Hyperglycemia In Type 2 Diabetes, 2015: A Patient-centeredapproach: Update To A Position Statement Of The American Diabetes Association Andthe European Association For The Study Of Diabetes.

1. Diabetes Care. 2015 Jan;38(1):140-9. doi: 10.2337/dc14-2441. Management of hyperglycemia in type 2 diabetes, 2015: a patient-centeredapproach: update to a position statement of the American Diabetes Association andthe European Association for the Study of Diabetes. Inzucchi SE(1), Bergenstal RM(2), Buse JB(3), Diamant M(4), Ferrannini E(5),Nauck M(6), Peters AL(7), Tsapas A(8), Wender R(9), Matthews DR(10). (1)Section of Endocrinology, Yale University School of Medicine, Yale-New Haven Hospital, New Haven, CT [email protected] (2)International Diabetes Center at Park Nicollet, Minneapolis, MN. (3)Division of Endocrinology, University of North Carolina School of Medicine, Chapel Hill, NC. (4)Diabetes Center/Department of Internal Medicine, VU University Medical Center, Amsterdam, the Netherlands. (5)Department of Medicine, University of Pisa School of Medicine, Pisa, Italy. (6)Diabeteszentrum Bad Lauterberg, Bad Lauterberg im Harz, Germany. (7)Division of Endocrinology, Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA. (8)Second Medical Department, Aristotle University Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki, Greece. (9)American Cancer Society, Atlant Continue reading >>

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  1. ls737100

    How about some science to it. Your liver will store about 500 calories of glycogen first, then muscles will store about 2,000 calories of glycogen. Interesting thing is once glycogen is in the muscle there's no way to pull it back into the bloodstream. If you eat a ton of carbs in one sitting you'll overload your muscles and liver and it'll get converted to fat. So seems like the max stored calories is about 2,500. Your brain uses about 600 calories a day, so, in 24 hours it should burn through everything in the liver and switch to ketones. So, seems like the max would be 24 hours before your brain was on ketones, might take longer for some muscles to be depleted and switch. Oh, and btw, there are only about 5 grams of glucose in the blood stream, so negligible.

  2. Naonin

    If you eat a ton of carbs in one sitting you'll overload your muscles and liver and it'll get converted to fat.
    De Novo Lipogensis (DNL) rarely seems to happen with short term overfeeding of fat free, fructose free carbs. http://caloriesproper.com/are-carbs-stored-as-fat/
    But yes, you're correct, it's about 24-36 hours without eating that puts a human into ketosis, which I believe we enter ketosis faster than any other animal. http://caloriesproper.com/ketosis-in-an-evolutionary-context/

  3. illogic_bomb

    So, would it be your opinion that fasting for 48 or 72 hours would bring you into Ketosis instead of 2-3 weeks that has been reported by Dr. Tim Noakes?

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