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Research Proves Causation—sugar Consumption Increases Risk For Chronic Disease

Evidence clearly shows that refined sugar is a primary factor causing not just obesity, but also chronic yet preventable disease In one clinical trial, test subjects who consumed high fructose corn syrup (HFCS) developed higher risk factors for cardiovascular disease in just two weeks On average, sugar makes up 15 percent of total calories consumed. Overloading your liver with more sugar than it can safely metabolize leads to chronic metabolic disease By Dr. Mercola What is the proper role of sugar in our society? It used to be a condiment; now it’s a diet staple. Mounting evidence clearly shows that refined sugar is a primary factor causing not just obesity, but also chronic disease. According to Dr. Robert Lustig, Professor of Pediatric Endocrinology at the University of California, San Francisco (USCF), sugar acts as a chronic, dose-dependent liver toxin (poison) when consumed in excess. You might recognize Dr. Lustig from one of the most popular YouTube videos on sugar that has over 5 million views. You might also have seen him on 60 Minutes, which ran a report on the dangers of sugar in 2012. You might also have seen him sparring with Stephen Colbert or Bill Maher. Or you mi Continue reading >>

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Apple Cider Vinegar And Diabetes

OK, y’all. I wrote about this several years ago, but now I’m serious. If you want to control any type of diabetes better, consume vinegar before meals and at bedtime. Start today! It lowers post-meal and fasting glucose levels. In a study from Arizona State University, subjects took a drink of 20 grams of apple cider vinegar, 40 grams of water, and 1 teaspoon of saccharin with each meal. (I think stevia might be better than saccharin.) Those with insulin resistance who drank the vinegar had 34% lower postprandial (after-meal) glucose compared to controls. These postprandial benefits had been found before. It was thought that vinegar might slow the absorption of carbohydrate into the blood, or slow the breakdown of starches into sugars. This effect would mimic the effect of drugs like acarbose (brand name Precose). But the 2004 study cited above reported that vinegar reduced postprandial glucose more in subjects who were highly insulin resistant. The authors say this result shows that vinegar increases insulin sensitivity, perhaps acting similarly to metformin. Now studies have found that vinegar at bedtime reduces fasting blood glucose in the morning, indicating that vinegar mi Continue reading >>

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  1. NinaC

    Bolusing the patient with 2 Liters of NS is a common order for DKA basically to dilute the glucose. It is what is ordered commonly in the ER. If the attending had questions about the order and did not want to listen to your explanation, then you should have reffered her to the ER doctor or perhaps you could have asked the attending why the patient should not be bolused with the saline over that period of time.

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    first you did nothing wrong............ second............clearly the attending/admitting doc was a moron. unless.........this person had a hx of chf/pulmonary edema, a-fib/flutter or recent cabg.
    let's start with many of the needed results and hx to treat properly. i'll answer tomorrow sometime.
    #1 - blood glucose initially was?
    #2 - etoh use?
    #3 - hx of dm yes or no?
    #4 - abg's - if his bs was really high and a true dka, then ph is crucial.
    #5 - the remainder of the chemistries +amylase+lipase+hfp are important, with a cbccdiff, chest x-ray, and ekg also.
    assuming he is/was a true healthy dka......the nss bolus is fine no problem there. it's not to dilute the bs, it's to rehydrate the intervascular system......because these people are severely dehydrated, from polyuria, secondary to the kidneys attempt to spill glucose.
    thiamine 100mg im or iv........because thiamine is a co-enzyme that allows the brain to use glucose.....if they are thiamine deficient anything else you do is futile. if the person is an excessive user of etoh, and may be the cause of this event...you may need to add an amp of mvi to the bag also. make sure nothing is given im if you think it is etoh related. if it is etoh related you want to avoid any im injections, if the liver is screwed up a little im shot could cause a large bleeding problem.
    then most like to start an insulin drip at 10 units per hour. some also like to give 10 units iv push, prior to starting the drip. why 10 units? the liver can only metabolize about 10 units an hour. anything more than that, is just asking for the patients blood sugar to take a dive to "0", after the drip is stopped. it dont get any worse than that!
    keep and eye on the one touches/accu-checks........stop the drip when it hits about 250. the other thing you want to do........is make sure you get the potasium checked when it hits about 250.......of course it also depends where it is initially. with most dka's > 700 you can expect the k to be between 5.5 and 7.9. as the glucose drops........so does the k. if they are at 750 glucose and 5.5 k, the risk is for the k to drop too about 2.8-3.2 or maybe lower when the glucose hits 250, so you need to compensate for that. of course......usually the k is going to be high......depending on the glucose say 750-1000 probably the k will be about 6.8 to 7.9.
    the good side of this.....is by the time they hit a glucose of 250.....they should have a k about 4.5 -5.8, which is good.
    outside of that stuff.............the only other things needed, are to keep the body temperature up......which can drop (i've seen them as low as 31.7c in a 72 degree house, and watch for arrhythmias and the b/p if they are acidodic.
    once the glucose is about 250........then they can go ahead with the d51/2nss to get the rest of the tissues hydrated.....and keep him from bottoming out.......and your home free!!!

  3. TI2Grr

    Janine Looks as if you did wonderfully.. The big thing here is making sure that you don't shift to quickly the patient is in acidosis and the most important thing is insuring his Ph changes occur slowly, thus you want to keep giving dextrose and maintain the blood glucose preferably above 200 or 250 so he/she doesn't crash on you, then presenting more problems. The important thing is watching Ph, and also Ketones in urine.. Hence you will be giving quite a lot of bolus, normally in a couple of different IV solutions, one probably being NS, and the other being a dextrose solution, and watching the shift occur from acidosis to a normal baseline.
    An important thing to realize here is that different strokes for different folks -- referring to Doc's here, and this shift can occur in a couple of different manners, initial phase of getting this person stabilized was done as normally seen by a lot of different facilities and also patients. Sounds like the intern didn't know what the heck was going on or didn't explain something else due to something seen in the patients lab values..
    Don't get frustrated.. You did well..

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Diabetes & Sodium Bicarbonate

Diabetics who poorly manage their disease might develop a life-threatening condition called diabetic ketoacidosis, which is characterized by nausea or vomiting, dry mouth, fruity breath, deep rapid breathing and abdominal pain. Diabetic ketoacidosis occurs when fat and protein is used as the body’s main energy source. As a result, ketones, which are poisonous in large quantities, accumulate and acidify body fluids, which can be neutralized by sodium bicarbonate therapy. Sodium bicarbonate is available in various forms, such as solutions, powders, tablets, capsules and granules. Video of the Day Diabetes affected 25.6 million Americans 20 years of age and older in 2010, accordng to the National Diabetes Information Clearinghouse. There are two main types of diabetics: insulin resistant, or type 2 diabetics; and insulin dependent, or type 1 diabetics. Insulin-resistant diabetics produce insulin but do not respond to it. Insulin-dependent diabetics do not produce insulin and must self-administer the hormone via an insulin pump or daily injections. Diabetes, which was previously regarded as an adulthood disease, has been increasingly diagnosed in children and adolescents. According t Continue reading >>

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    So I've been on a low carb high fat diet for a week now, and I've noticed my body feels warmer, mostly my legs, and my cheeks are almost constantly pink. I'm not uncomfortably hot or anything, just warmer than usual, and my face has more color than usual.
    Does anyone else get this, and what do you think could be causing this, mainly the red face?

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    If you're flushed you might be dehydrated

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    It could be caused because you used to produce more insulin when you ate carbs and your body is producing a high amount even though it doesn't need that much any more. I had something like that a while ago and it went away with time (few weeks). I guess my body is producing the right amount of insulin now. I got the idea from this article: http://www.healthy-eating-politics.com/reactive-hypoglycemia.html

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