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Avatar n tn While I may be able to shed some light on the whole food thing for you, this forum focuses on type 1 diabetes and not type 2. One of the things you stated is that your mother had stopped all sugars and was eating three meals a day consisting of wheat breads, salads, veggies and fruit and some sugar free cookies. You are puzzled why her blood sugars are not dropping even though she's eating this way. The problem is (and most people don't realize this!
Avatar n tn these questions are so complicated...is it my diet? diet or exercise? diet and exercise and supplementation? There does seem to be people out there with not the best of lifestyles, yet they seem to benefit from supps...it's so complicated... Usually, considering the small amount of studies taken on these issues, a person who is likely to be taking supplementation is usually the sort of person who is also eating well and exercising...usually...
Avatar n tn I had to have a physical from my own doctor who had to sign some paper work from GHI and I had to have a blood test as specified from GHI Medical. I followed the 500 calorie diet religiously. I had plenty of energy to exercise which I did 5 - 6 aerobic work outs and 3 weight training work outs. I am a personal trainer and I was having an extremely frustrating time loosing weight after the birth of my 3rd child. Yes, I washed my hair and conditioned it.
Avatar n tn I was diagnosed with Type 11 last year and have been trying to control my diabetes with diet alone. Recently my blood sugar has been quite high, regardless of what I eat. I am keeping a diary for my doctor and he may prescribe Metformin. I know I can go to Diabetes classes for info but was wondering if one can eat more normally by taking Metformin? And it seemed to spike when I had a cold but the cold is gone, but not the high blood sugar readings. Anyone else affected by illness?
Avatar n tn I'll attempt to clarify some things for you to get an understanding what I'm saying. The "normal 90-110 mg/dl" is no longer considered normal in this day and age, that is, in western medicine here in the USA. Normal glucose range is 60-99 mg/dl. But when you fall below 70 doctors get worried about hypoglycemia. From 100 to 125 mg/dl it's considered prediabetes. At 126 mg/dl and above preprandial (fasting glucose) you would be considered Diabetic Type II.
Avatar n tn My boyfriend is 18 years old. He has had type 1 diabetes since he was 7 years old, and about 4 years ago was given a pump to regulate his insulin. I'm concerned because he doesn't eat properly, and I think it's because he relies on the pump so he can eat things with high sugar. He'll eat all the cookies and sweets he wants and then just use the pump to bring his sugar down, which I think is kinda typical since he's a teenager (I am too, so I'm guilty as well).
Avatar n tn Hi! Is anyone starting the HCG diet on Black Friday? I will be doing it 4 weeks thanksgiving to christmas? Do you want to start a support group?
Avatar f tn I am currently on the hcg injections from the Native Healing Ways clinic. Does anyone have any recipes for this 500 calorie diet? The information that the clinic has provided does list a few recipes but I would like to expand a bit as I am becoming board with current food choices. Also, I am mostly a vegetarian but eat some fish. Thanks!
Avatar f tn VITAMINS AND MINERALS The liver is the body's main warehouse for storing nutrients. It absorbs and stores excess vitamins and minerals from the blood. If a person's diet does not supply an adequate amount of these nutrients on a given day, the liver releases just the right amount of them into the bloodstream. However, the liver has only a limited capacity for processing vitamins and minerals. Any excess amounts that the liver is unable to process are generally eliminated from the body.
649848 tn?1534637300 What's your favorite type, how do you use and/or incorporate it into your diet and where do you buy it? My regular grocery store(s) tend to only have regular white rice and brown rice.
Avatar m tn In The Prostate Diet you will find meal plans, recipes, supplements and the 10 Foundations of The Prostate Diet; a total diet, supplement and eating plan for inflammation management, cancer prevention and prostate health. In order to make informed nutrition decisions you also need to know what foods and additives to avoid and what supplements can actually contribute to prostate disease.
Avatar n tn I am sitting here reading all these post at 3am with not only the high blood pressure but also feeling a little short of breath. Exercise regularly and have a good diet most of the time. Tonight I ate restaurant a little after 8pm and also a little spicy so I woke up checked my BP and it was 160/95 and like I said the shortness of breath also worried me. Any feed back on this? I am thinking anxiety, indigestion, only a small amount of reflux as far as I can tell.
Avatar m tn it's nice to hear someone mention diet in this thread. i have a lot of the same symptoms and have had all the usual tests (ekg, blood work, chest x-ray, hormone panel - I'm 49) and everything came back NORMAL, whatever that is. Anyone reading this should google MSG. It's a ubiquitious food additive that has been proven to affect people in a BAD way neurologically. I have given up on doctors--they are so out of touch and I feel are just in the game to push the drug remedies.
Avatar f tn You will find that it is both the total amount of carbs eaten at a meal and the type of carb that affects your blood sugar. Processed carbs like cereals, breads, cakes, potatoes, anythbing made with flour, sweet fruits, tend to have the biggest effect. Non-starchy veges and regular fat dairy should have a lesser effect. Best cheeses are the unprocessed ones, which have I think 1 g of carb/1 oz serve. But you can look it up. Try eating different amounts of carbs/ meals.
469720 tn?1388149949 In addition, the nicotine in cigarette smoke makes your heart work harder by constricting blood vessels and increasing your heart rate and blood pressure. Carbon monoxide in cigarette smoke replaces some of the oxygen in your blood. This increases your blood pressure by forcing your heart to work harder to supply enough oxygen. Even so-called "social smoking" — only smoking while at a bar or restaurant with friends — is dangerous and increases the risk of heart disease.
Tbd Hi, the best way to avoid diabetes is to eat a diet that is low in carbohydrates, adequate in protein, and adequate in healthy fats. Please note that this way of eating is the opposite to that which has usually been promoted for 'health' which is low fat, high carb, and moderate protein.
Avatar f tn I can certainly endorse the LCHF diet as being good for type 1 diabetics. Besides a more stable blood sugar and a more easily managed diabetes, I’ve gotten rid of pain in my legs, headaches, GI problems, and constant throat infections. Previously, I had recurring yeast infections, but during this past year I haven’t had a single one! I only need one injection daily, instead of the previous 5-9. I eat delicious food, and I don’t miss anything.
Avatar m tn What kind of treatment is required for this type of illness (hypoglycemic Coma) ? 2. What type of medicines should be given ? 3. What should be taken care off for such type of patients ?
Avatar m tn I do not want to experience the effects of low blood sugar ever again and especially when I am out and about in public or worse, driving a vehicle.
Avatar n tn Actually all types of diabetes, Type 1, Type 2 and LADA/Type 1.5 can entail both hypoglycemia and hyperglycemia, it's kind of the nature of the beast. And when you treat diabetes with insulin, oral meds and even diet and exercise it can exacerbate these extremes. The key is to try and balance your blood sugar so it avoids both extreme. Hypoglycemia is uncomfortable and if severe, dangerous. Hyperglycemia leads to complications.
Avatar f tn Hello, Can you please help me with information about the right type of diet that will help my friend that is going through a very tough time in his life. I want to make sure he is eating foods and beverages that his liver can process and get the maximium benefit for his health.
Avatar m tn It started five years ago with the radiation of my Thyroid. From there came the Type 2 Diabetes diagnosis where the weight gain began..165 lbs in 2000 to 270 lbs today.Then comes High cholestrol and high blood pressure. I'm single,5' 6", 65 y/o male, not big on exercise. My questions are: 1 Why does my weight keep going up and up? 2 Do you know of a treatment that treats the diabetes with an eye towards elimination of this curse rather than covering up the symptoms..
Avatar f tn I agree that you are CLASSIC for Celiac disease. But before starting the gluten-free diet, get your blood drawn for testing for Celiac disease. Once they draw the blood to test, then go gluten-free. Otherwise you'll start gluten-free, start improving, but wonder if you REALLY, REALLY have it. So then you have to eat gluten again, get sick, lose your hair again, get tested, possibly test negative, and wonder if you stayed off gluten long enough to get a good read.
Avatar f tn But we do encourage you to make yourself and your health a priority. Have you had a doctor's appointment yet where they checked your blood sugar and blood pressure? Was either elevated? If you haven't had that exam, you definitely should! If you did, what was your doctor's advice. We would want you to follow that! Here is some information on controlling type 2 diabetes through lifestyle. https://www.webmd.com/diabetes/features/five-ways-to-control-type-2-diabetes#1.
Avatar n tn Our 16 year old son just passed away in August. As our family suffered with no cause of death, we received our answer today. We were told he died of anaphylaxis reaction to an unknown allergin. Facts: he was allergic to peanuts and peanut butter. His symptoms over the three times he did have contact with nuts, was to throw up the food, get hives, take Benedryl and relax. Over his short 16 years 9 months, we all learned to read labels and he learned to smell food or turn it down.
Avatar f tn Maybe an occasional twinge, but if the liver is inflammed, usually some type of damage is occurring. Blood work (liver panel) can determine if your enzymes are elevated and if so you may want additional testing done to determine the cause.
Avatar m tn I am a 40 year old active female, no weight issues (5’10, 130Ibs), 18% body fat. Slightly high Fasting Blood Glucose levels on 3 different recent occasions led to Doc sending me for an Oral Glucose Tolerance test, which came back fine but due to the higher fasting blood glucose levels, he instructed me to test at home myself for a few months to figure out what is going on.
Avatar n tn Hi. I posted this question on the type 2 board, with limited replies or success. Maybe I will have more success here. Diabetes is in my family. So I've become a bit more careful with diet and exercise. I got a meter for periodic checks. I always fast around 73-78. Yet after carby meal(pizza, burgers and fries), I tend to go up between 140-180. I HATE sticking my finger, and get worked up thinking about doing it at 2 hours.