Archive for November, 2010
Cathy mission is to make everyone aware of the risk factors for his district of type 2 diabetes in the next two years and is ready to support those working to prevent the onset of the disease, and those who struggle. “I want everyone to know their risks, “he said. This is the largest disease group. It is of plague proportions.
Headquartered in Glen Innes Ms. Sexton, a nurse of 35 years is the delivery of diabetes education locally and in Tenterfield, Emmaville, Glen Innes and Guyra. Is available to speak with community groups and clubs, diet, exercise and healthy lifestyle to reduce the risk of diabetes and its complications.
Ms. Sexton said in many cases, there are lifestyle factors that influence the disease. If the entry can be delayed until much later in life, the main complications that can occur 20 years after the appearance would not be such a factor. In case of diabetes type 2; said Ms Sexton about 70 percent of cases are associated with lifestyle remaining 30 percent genetic. It aims to prevent or at least delay the onset of the first group and assist in the second group in charge of their disease.
Them in pre-diabetics tend to have high blood pressure, are overweight, have high consumption of fat and too little exercise, says Sexton. “I am here to provide specific information and opportunities, “she said. In its simplest form, diabetes is a condition that prevents the body use energy (glucose) which comes from carbohydrates we eat. This occurs because insulin is not working well or the person who lack of insulin, causing hyperglycemia.
There are two types of diabetes, which many people know – type 1 and type 2 diabetes symptoms include fatigue, frequent urination and increased thirst, skin infections and vision problems as possible. “People over 40 years (or indigenous people over 35 years); people who are overweight
“The Diabetes Risk Eating Out” Epicure meal can be bad for you as a Big Mac, according to researcher’s diabetes who is concerned about the increase among young men diagnosed with the disease. Business lunches and dinners in restaurants dish up fatty foods combined with sedentary lifestyle are blamed for development.
Dr. Neal Cohen, the Baker IDI Heart and Diabetes Institute, said many patients were unaware of the meal restaurants are often high in fat, salt and sugar as fast food. “Eating out is really code for eating badly,”Dr. Cohen said.”Whether it is a fine French restaurant or McDonalds is the kind of food that causes the problem.”
He said doctors at the institute to see men as young as 40 are affected by type 2 diabetes, which is often caused by obesity and poor nutrition related. “Many of my patients to eat three or four times a week to work and see businessmen of 40 who are in serious trouble. Having diabetes at age very well with very little family history is really worrisome.
“Dr. Cohen recommended that patients eat once a week, but said le Master Chef Purpose was to encourage people to create new dishes prepared at home. Dr Leon Massage, who runs a clinic in the private weight loss, body metabolism Institute, is also caring for young patients with type 2 diabetes.
It is a right-line between the number of times to dine out during the week and the life … the goal of every good cook is to create a dish that tickles and makes the men drool and the only way to do it … [I] add a lot of fat and salt and oil. However, the cook Because, Justin North has said that the philosophy of the restaurant’s dual role was to promote a balanced diet.
“The most important thing is to serve fresh food and to get people away from chemically preserved foods, give them a really good quality, fresh ingredients are cooked well.”He said the guests had to take responsibility for eating patterns. If you buy a nice, fresh balanced diet and do plenty of exercise … I think you have a very healthy lifestyle,” he said.
One in eight people in India are at jeopardy of diabetes and juvenile diabetes more disturbing is the rise. World Diabetes Day, we give you the story of a young man struggling against the disease. Siddharth Antonio is 24 and has type 1 diabetes. It is a chronic disease years your pancreas can not produce insulin. He was lucky to be diagnosed early, three years ago.
But the sad thing is that many children with diabetes in India are not diagnosed and die before help can reach them. There are about 10 lakh children with diabetes in India by Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. If diabetes is diagnosed, can affect the heart, eyes, kidneys and nerves in the long run, especially if sugar levels are not controlled.
The exact cause of type 1 diabetes remains unclear. However, it is not caused by obesity or eating too much sugar. The symptoms of type 1 diabetes can occur suddenly. If Siddharth was triggered by a viral fever. He started losing weight, had frequent urination, increased thirst, extreme hunger and so his blood sugar remained uncontrolled despite insulin injections and diet control. He was Marine Engineering from Madurai, when he was diagnosed with diabetes and, unfortunately, his life was reversed after diagnosis. He lost his job, his health and his personal life also got hit. But now he has learned to control his diabetes, it has been using an insulin pump for the last year and a half of life seems to be back on track.
Siddharth said that the diagnosis of type 1 diabetes is not the end of the world. This is a difficult adjustment, but suspended and struggle, the only way. He is now looking for MBA and landed a job. He leads a perfectly normal life. All you have to do is watch your diet and exercise regularly and, of course, the insulin pump.
November is American Diabetes month, the time to exchange a few words the importance of diabetes and the importance of diabetes avoidance and control. For years, the American Diabetes Association (ADA) was used in this month, the odds of growing the awareness of the disease and its severe impediments.
Under the ADA, nearly 24 million children and adults in the United States living with diabetes, and another 57 million Americans are at risk of developing diabetes. One in three children born today faces a future with diabetes if current trends continue. Diabetes is not only a condition. It is a disease with deadly consequences. If you have Type 1, Type 2 or gestational diabetes, what you eat affects your blood sugar in the blood. It is important to note the amount of carbohydrates you eat at each meal and snack. It requires a little planning, on ordinary days, but now we come to the party and seem to be even more difficult to handle.
The parties can certainly challenge for diabetics. Celebrations such as birthdays, anniversaries, parties, and the current situations in a minefield to navigate. Without a little planning, we risk throwing fittings diabetes. Development of individual strategies and holiday parties with the health care team (doctor, nurse and dietitian) can pay dividends to help keep diabetes under control when life gets busy.
Fortunately, various medications and treatment programs have allowed the identification of a diabetic diet plan. Meals are now tailored to your goals and lifestyle needs. Carbohydrates are one of the three major nutrients or blocks that make up all the food we eat and the portion of your meal plan. The other two are the building blocks of proteins and fats. Your body needs all three to be healthy and strong. However, carbohydrates are receiving more attention when it comes to diabetes, because they directly raise blood sugar when digested in your body.
Many carbohydrate foods are healthy foods. Foods such as bread, cereals and grains contain carbohydrates. Fruits, vegetables, biscuits, beans, peas, lentils, milk and yogurt also contain carbohydrates. Sweets, desserts and regular soft drinks consists of carbohydrates, too, but it is not so good choice and should be used occasionally and not as an integral part of a healthy diet. When you eat foods with carbohydrates, your body breaks down carbohydrates and blood sugar. Different amounts of carbohydrates have different effects on blood sugar. A meal rich in carbohydrates (like pasta and breadsticks) will raise blood sugar more than one meal with low carbohydrate content (like a grilled chicken breast, lettuce and broccoli).
Mainly foods can fit into a healthy diet. Whether you have diabetes or know someone who does, one of the main aims of diabetes control blood sugar and keep as close to normal as likely. Use up some time planning your meals and refreshments can go a long way in helping to get this aim.
Novo Nordisk of Denmark plans to pull out the insulin depend on diabetes, was packed down by British experts on Monday, which said it will cause interruption for patients and increases expenses. Novo is an ax Mixtard 30 by the end of 2010, as it shifts to the marketing of new therapies, which claims to be improved.
But experts said the letter, Drug and Therapeutics Bulletin, an independent publication of the British Medical Journal that tracks drug treatments, said the move could cost the NHS £ 9000000 (14300000 dollars).
“We are concerned about the attitude of Novo Nordisk for people with diabetes who rely on Mixtard 30 invite the company to turn a decision simply do not have the interests of patients, health professionals and the NHS,” said the letter, which has also been published in the Daily Telegraph.
The experts – who are leading doctors of University College London, King’s College London and University or Bristol – said the modern substitute Mixtard 30, as NovoMix 30, were not effective and safer.
Novo prevented, there was a steady decline in the use of Mixtard 30, human insulin, in recent years, doctors increasingly prescribed for new forms of insulin, which offers distinct advantages over older products. “Stopping Mixtard 30, we try to focus resources on developing the next generation of insulin, “the company said.