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Diabetes happens on account of the fact that the beta components within the pancreas which are entrusted with the function of insulin manufacturing are totally spoiled. Once this occurs, the sugar remains inside the blood and given that the body is unable to utilize it, the former spills over into the urine.

Despite much research going on all across the globe, diabetes is still an incurable disease; the only thing possible is to control it. Most of us are already aware of the fact the disease is broadly categorized into:

Type 1diabetes

This type is mainly caused by the pancreas not operating normally; it is actually an autoimmune ailment in which the beta cells of the pancreas, which are supposed to produce insulin, are completely damaged. This type of diabetes is also known as juvenile diabetes and occurs mostly in kids or adults less than thirty years of age.

Type 2 diabetes

This type of diabetes usually intrigues those who consume surplus sugar and processed foods and do not engage themselves in any physical fitness exercise programmed for that matter. Unless the food habits are rectified to switch to a healthy and balanced diet and some physical activity is regularly incorporated into one’s daily routine, any person is liable to become affected with this type of diabetes.

Diabetes care

Irrespective of the fact whether you yourself are a diabetic or else you have been assigned the task of looking after a diabetic person, the proper care needs to be understood by you.

Keep the blood sugar levels as near the standard values as feasible. It is of utmost significance to monitor the levels of glucose in the blood all through the day so as to keep them within normal range. Quite often some appropriate modifications will have to be made in the dosage of the anti-diabetic drugs (oral or in the form of shots) under the supervision of your doctor. It is always desirable to purchase a glucometer of your own; it is very easy to use and provides you freedom from visiting the laboratory to get your sugar levels checked.

A change in the life-pattern is mandatory in the life of a diabetic. Start some kind of exercise program. Try to incorporate a good level of cardio exercise (any exercise that lets your heart move actively and vigorously) in your daily life so as to upsurge the circulation of blood. Some suggestions are brisk walking, running, cycling etc.

Diabetics are more prone to gum disease than the normal healthy persons; their gum disease can cause irregular, rough and bumpy gums, bleeding gums, infections in gums and deficit of teeth. Hence diabetics should make it a point to visit their dentists regularly. Additionally they should use tooth brushes that have soft bristles and tooth pastes with fluoride content in them. Regular brushing and flossing should be adopted by all diabetics.

Diabetics should consume their meals on time in a regular and religious manner. It is preferable for them to devour small meals meaning thereby that a short meal be taken after an interval of every three hours.

Diabetics should never pare their nails too low down.

Their shoes need to be loose as well as comfortable; it is better that they wear shoes made of cotton or soft leather and avoid any sort of damage to their feet. Moreover they should never place their feet close to a heater in winters. In fact their feet need to be checked on a daily basis

Diabetics need to get their eyes checked after every four months; wear anti glares while working on the computer and wear sun glasses while going out doors in the sun.

Diabetic diet

There is an illusion among people (including the diabetics) that the diabetic diet has to be a diet comprising nil sugar and low calories. However this is far from truth, because all that is needed is a discipline in the life of a diabetic who merely needs to consume a moderate amount of healthy food in such a manner that his or her blood sugar is regulated at a stable level…..


Some Helpful Reading about Diabetes

Food That Help: (excerpt from Food Healing, page 126)

#1 Eating Bitter Melon Everyday

If you really want to naturally balance your blood sugar you’ll need to eat this vegetable. Bitter melon is available at Oriental grocery stores and if you have to drive far to get it then you can buy a lot and freeze it. I normally don’t allow frozen vegetables, but it is crucial that this vegetable be eaten 2 times everyday. It contains insulin-like phytochemicals charantin and polypeptide-P. These phytochemicals lower blood sugar & increase glucose uptake. For people with type 1 or type 2 diabetes the protocol is the same. Eat ¼ medium-sized bitter melon in smoothie, raw in salad or cooked in a tasty meal TWICE everyday. This is consuming half a bitter melon each day. In the long run eating bitter melon can regenerate the pancreas function, even helping type 1 diabetes. Although progress is slower for type 1, the health promoting effects of this protocol are profound for both type 1 and type 2 diabetics. It is important to realize that bitter melon can cause hypoglycemia similar to the way insulin tablets or injections can. Cooking bitter melon can be challenging because as the name implies, it can be bitter. Luckily, we’ve mastered a lot of delicious bitter melon recipes. Curries are a great and bitter melon bean burgers are delicious. For more reading, visit ConqueringAnyDisease.com



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