What is diabetes?
It is the result of problems with pancreatic hormone insulin which controls the amount of blood glucose-sugar-and the rate at which it enters the cells to produce energy. When insulin do not do this glucose collects in blood causing hyperglycemia, which can cause vascular damage causing visual diseases, heart disease, kidney damage and damage in the nervous system in limbs and internal organs.
Hyperglycemia is divided into two types: insulin-dependent (I) which is considered autoimmune destroying insulin-producing cells, and not insulin-dependent (2) which does not produce enough insulin.
The most common signs are: sweet breath, fatigue, constant need to urinate, extreme thirst, feels hunger constantly, lost weight and visual problems.
The greatest dangers are: acidosis by acetone which can cause vomiting, shortness of breath, confusion, and coma. Hiperosmolarity (ratio of glucose, electrolytes and blood urea nitrogen) caused by high levels of glucose and dehydration causing that blood thickens causing confusion, tiredness, and coma.
Normal blood levels are:
In fast: 70 - 100 mg/dl
Two hours post-pandrial (after eating): less than 140 mg/dl
Hemoglobin A1C: less than 5.5% controlled diabetic
less than 6.5% not diabetic
Diet low in fat, high in fiber, fruits and raw vegetables, vegetable juices and fresh fruit, cookies of rice or oats, nuts, cheese, vegetables, whole grains, cherries, egg, fish, butter garlic, soy and boiled cabbage.
ALA – for treatment of peripheral nerve damage.
Chromium Picolinate -improves the effectiveness of insulin.
Allicin (from garlic) - decreases and stabilizes blood sugar levels
Complex vitamin B + acid folic - improves glucose metabolism, and prevents diabetic neuropathy.
Vitamin C - inhibit sugar to stick to proteins in the blood, nerve cells and lens of the eye.
Spirulina -stabilizes blood sugar
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