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FORD BREWER MD MPH . PrevMedHeartRisk.com The TAME study was finally funded. Targeting Aging with Metformin aims to slow the aging process. It has been developed and approved by the National Institute of Aging and the FDA. The principal investigator, Nir Barzilai, is excited about changing the paradigm and getting big PHARMA to actually fund research for drugs for aging. Currently, PHARMA only funds research for drugs for disease - not anti-aging. What is it about getting older that causes heart disease, kidney disease, cancer, dementia and all these other problems of aging? Let's put the "splitters" (specialists like cardiologists, nephrologists, neurologists, etc) out of business. How? By stopping the cellular components of the aging process. That's where metformin comes in. It helps slow down the major biochemical challenge of aging: glucose metabolism. Enzymes like insulin membrane receptors, mTOR, ampk, and SIRT1 are implicated. And they are positively impacted by metformin. Metformin is cheap ( free at many pharmacies now). It's been used for decades. It's popular ( the #1 oral drug for early type 2 diabetes). And it's safer than you think. Some medical sites ( like Mayo) sti

What Is The Metformin Dosage Protocol In The Tame (targeting Aging W/ Metformin) Longevity Study?

There are a few points to consider: Metformin acts in a hormetic way which means that a low dose may have health benefits whereas a higher dose is associated with toxicity and dysfunction. It is very difficult to extrapolate the human dose from experiments in mice. It is known that the epigenetic profile and microRNA activity is different in different animals, and that humans have unique microRNA profiles. This means that any dosage found to be ideal in mice cannot easily be extrapolated to humans. See this quote from the paper below: "....comparison of gene expression regulation between species indicated that there is a significant difference between humans and mice possibly questioning the effectiveness of the latest as experimental models of human diseases ....Homo sapiens exhibit a distinct pattern of CNV genes regulation: an important role of miRNAs and SNPs in expression plasticity). Therefore, it would be best to consider human experiments which calculate doses appropriate for humans. The dose currently in use in humans is 1-2 g a day. Continue reading >>

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    Diabetic ketoacidosis (the formal name, and the one most diabetics use, abbreviating it as DKA) can happen in Type 2 diabetics, but as you implied it is rare.
    Type 1 diabetics totally lack or have insufficient amounts of insulin. So the body produces the antagonistic hormone, glucagon, because there's no insulin, which to the body means there's low glucose. Glucagon then induces the liver to use fat as energy, producing ketone bodies while also forcing the liver to convert glycogen to glucose. Unfortunately, the blood glucose levels are high because the Type 1 Diabetic has no insulin. This causes the blood osmolarity to skyrocket, and the kidneys try to compensate by removing ketones and glucose from the blood.
    Since the kidneys have a maximum capacity to clear excess glucose from the blood, the blood becomes more acidotic and ketone bodies rise at the same time. And that leads to more serious issues like coma and death.
    The feedback systems are all broken, so the body spins out of control. It is often the first sign of Type 1 diabetes.
    So the one difference between Type 1 and Type 2 diabetics is that Type 1 has no insulin, but Type 2 generally has insulin in the blood to suppress the release of glucagon. And this is why it's rare in Type 2 diabetics.

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    We need insulin to be able to utilize glucose, type 2 has some insulin, not enough because of the insulin resistance, type 1 don't, so in type one ketosis can develop because the lack of insulin causes the body to burn fat that forms ketones if no inslin is administered. I knew a man who every time he was arrested by intent "forgot" to inject his insulin so ended in hospital with a keto-aciditic diabetic coma, out of jail.

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Would You Recommend The Ketogenic Diet To An 18 Year Old Girl For Weight Loss?

I’ve been on the diet for about 6 months. I am now 18 years old. The thing about Keto is that it’s a difficult diet and requires dedication, but the results are admirable. I’ve lost about 40 pounds over the course of the first 4 months and am now at 132 pounds, exercising once a week for an hour at best. I’ll give you the info you actually need to know, and then the rest will be my response to Sally’s post :) Also, remember that most people who give advice about weight loss have never been obese or overweight to a significant degree. Weight loss is a struggle and a battle, and you cannot rely on people who only criticize from afar. Would a soldier take advice on how to shoot a rifle from a civilian who has played Call of Duty? No? Thought not. Pros: Most people on keto do not need to consciously restrict food intake, you should never feel hungry. Generally preserves muscle mass and maximizes fat loss. You can eat fat again! Do not be afraid of fat. The fattiest animals, ruminants, consume low fat, grain based diets high in fiber. In contrast, every carnivore preferentially eats the fattiest part of the animal, yet they are lean. Why in the world would we assume that human Continue reading >>

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    Diabetic ketoacidosis (the formal name, and the one most diabetics use, abbreviating it as DKA) can happen in Type 2 diabetics, but as you implied it is rare.
    Type 1 diabetics totally lack or have insufficient amounts of insulin. So the body produces the antagonistic hormone, glucagon, because there's no insulin, which to the body means there's low glucose. Glucagon then induces the liver to use fat as energy, producing ketone bodies while also forcing the liver to convert glycogen to glucose. Unfortunately, the blood glucose levels are high because the Type 1 Diabetic has no insulin. This causes the blood osmolarity to skyrocket, and the kidneys try to compensate by removing ketones and glucose from the blood.
    Since the kidneys have a maximum capacity to clear excess glucose from the blood, the blood becomes more acidotic and ketone bodies rise at the same time. And that leads to more serious issues like coma and death.
    The feedback systems are all broken, so the body spins out of control. It is often the first sign of Type 1 diabetes.
    So the one difference between Type 1 and Type 2 diabetics is that Type 1 has no insulin, but Type 2 generally has insulin in the blood to suppress the release of glucagon. And this is why it's rare in Type 2 diabetics.

  2. Liang-Hai Sie

    We need insulin to be able to utilize glucose, type 2 has some insulin, not enough because of the insulin resistance, type 1 don't, so in type one ketosis can develop because the lack of insulin causes the body to burn fat that forms ketones if no inslin is administered. I knew a man who every time he was arrested by intent "forgot" to inject his insulin so ended in hospital with a keto-aciditic diabetic coma, out of jail.

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Before Having Your Tonsils Removed Tonsillectomies are performed under general anesthesia. You will be completely asleep and will not be able to feel pain during the procedure. You will not be able to eat before surgery. This is because there is a risk of vomiting with anesthesia. Your physician or nurse will give you exact instructions about when to stop eating and drinking. In addition to not eating or drinking, you should not smoke, chew gum, or suck on mints or candy. Tonsillectomies are mostly performed in same day surgery settings. This means that you will go home the same day that you have your tonsils removed. You should wear loose comfortable clothing to the surgical center. Arrive on time. In some cases a medication called Versed can be given prior to the procedure to reduce anxiety, especially in small children. If you have other health problems, your doctor may order blood work or other tests before the surgery. If you are a woman of childbearing age (usually age 12 to 55 unless you have had a hysterectomy), it is mandatory that you have a pregnancy test before the surgery. This requires a small amount of urine. If the patient is a child and has a comfort item, such as Continue reading >>

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  1. Michael Simpson

    Diabetic ketoacidosis (the formal name, and the one most diabetics use, abbreviating it as DKA) can happen in Type 2 diabetics, but as you implied it is rare.
    Type 1 diabetics totally lack or have insufficient amounts of insulin. So the body produces the antagonistic hormone, glucagon, because there's no insulin, which to the body means there's low glucose. Glucagon then induces the liver to use fat as energy, producing ketone bodies while also forcing the liver to convert glycogen to glucose. Unfortunately, the blood glucose levels are high because the Type 1 Diabetic has no insulin. This causes the blood osmolarity to skyrocket, and the kidneys try to compensate by removing ketones and glucose from the blood.
    Since the kidneys have a maximum capacity to clear excess glucose from the blood, the blood becomes more acidotic and ketone bodies rise at the same time. And that leads to more serious issues like coma and death.
    The feedback systems are all broken, so the body spins out of control. It is often the first sign of Type 1 diabetes.
    So the one difference between Type 1 and Type 2 diabetics is that Type 1 has no insulin, but Type 2 generally has insulin in the blood to suppress the release of glucagon. And this is why it's rare in Type 2 diabetics.

  2. Liang-Hai Sie

    We need insulin to be able to utilize glucose, type 2 has some insulin, not enough because of the insulin resistance, type 1 don't, so in type one ketosis can develop because the lack of insulin causes the body to burn fat that forms ketones if no inslin is administered. I knew a man who every time he was arrested by intent "forgot" to inject his insulin so ended in hospital with a keto-aciditic diabetic coma, out of jail.

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