Monday, 4 January 2016

Reason for Blood Sugar Rise : caffeine

Your glucose can ascend after you consume coffee - even dark ones
without any calories because of the caffeine in it.

Other foods in the same categories of caffeine content like coffee are
dark tea, green tea, and
caffeinated drinks.

Every individual with
diabetes responds to sustenances and drinks in an unexpected way, so
it's best to monitor your own reactions.

However, it must be noted that other contents in coffee might offer assistance
to prevent diabetes in
healthy individuals with no diabetes.

Saturday, 2 January 2016

Question: What would happen if I cut down all the sugar in my diet (except fruits, honey)?

Answer from Chayim B. Alevsky
Incredible things happen when
you do incredible things.
I've deleted sugar from my life
about 1.5 yrs ago, along with
wheat and dairy and increased
the frequency of my running
exercise and thank G-d have
been feeling better than ever - in
every way, in mind and body (&
soul).
My diet does include sweets,
mainly fruits (including raisins
and dates) and honey replaces
sugar as desired.
Highly rec
Read More: https://
www.quora.com/What-would-
happen-if-I-cut-down-all-the-
sugar-in-my-diet-except-fruits-
honey#ans18111353

Thursday, 24 December 2015

14 CATEGORIES OF PEOPLE THAT SHOULD TEST FOR DIABETES

Everybody should be tested for
prediabetes and diabetes
regardless of your age, gender or
status. Prediabetes is a very
dangerous condition because it
can be in the body for a long
time without manifestation.
Though, few individuals may
show symptoms of diabetes, for
instance, weakness or increase
pee, many people's with high
glucose level will have no
outward signs by any stretch of
the imagination.
This implies that everybody
should be tested for prediabetes.
Anybody that falls under the
following categories should be
tested for diabetes. It is quite
advisable to go for diabetes and
prediabetes screening if you fall
under the following categories.
14 CATEGORIES OF PEOPLE THAT
SHOULD TEST FOR DIABETES
1. Any grown-up age 45 or more
ought to be tested

to read full articles visit :
http://diabetes.letgoonline.website/?p=150

Wednesday, 23 December 2015

Is Fruits Good For Diabetes

Fruits are good for everybody. Diabetics and non-diabetics can benefit themselves from the numerous health benefits of fruits.

The advice is that you should be testing your blood sugar against the safest fruits for diabetes. What you can do is to test or measure your sugar level with meter after you consume fruits to know which one is good for your diabetes condition.

What that means is that a kind of fruit that is good for one diabetes patient may spike the sugar level in others. However, fruits with low sugar or with bitter taste might be good for diabetes. Fruits that can usually spike blood sugar are those with sugary taste. Therefore, it is better for individuals to test their blood sugar against such fruits.

BOTTOM LINE
Fruits are good for diabetes. However, diabetes patients are advised to test or measure their blood sugar after they consume fruits especially the sugary ones to know how they affect their blood sugar.

Tuesday, 22 December 2015

Symptom of Diabetes: Gastroparesis

Stomach trouble is one of the symptoms of persistent high blood sugar
or diabetes. I have written in my previous article that one of the
symptoms of persistent and uncontrolled high blood sugar is nerve
damage, a condition known as neuropathy. Therefore, diabetes or high
blood sugar can also damages the nerve that helps stomach to empty
and transport food smoothly through the digestive tract.

This inability of the stomach to empty food quickly enough as a result
of persistent high blood sugar can lead to many diabetes
complications. This inability of the stomach to process and empty food
swiftly is a condition known as gastroparesis.

3 SYMPTOMS OF GASTROPARESIS

1. This could cause unpleasant abdominal
problems like diarrhea,
constipation, or incontinence.

2. It may also lead to difficulty in eating or swallowing.

3. Gastroparesis can make it uneasy to control your high blood sugar
or diabetes.

BOTTOM LINE

One of the consequences of uncontrolled diabetes is poor digestive
system as a result of nerve damage. Try to control your blood sugar as
much as you can to prevent, control, manage and reverse gastroparesis.

Monday, 21 December 2015

Symptoms of High Blood Sugar : Numbness or Tingling

It is compulsory for every diabetes people to know the various
symptoms of the aftereffects of high blood sugar. Knowing this will
help patients to quickly respond to the complications of high blood
sugar.

One of the consequences of consistent, persistent and uncontrolled
high blood sugar or diabetes is nerve damage (called peripheral
NEUROPATHY). It is typically a sign
of chronically elevated blood sugars.


WAYS TO CONTROL NEUROPATHY
Adhering strictly to diabetes medications and diets are some of the
ways to prevent and control neuropathy.

Exercise is another effective way to prevent or control neuropathy in
relation to diabetes or high blood sugar. Exercise such as walking for
like 30 minutes or engaging in other household activities that will
make you active and sweat or make your heart beat faster everyday will
help you to control your high blood sugar and nerve damage.

Make sure you are taking care of your foot regularly if you are neuropathy.

SYMPTOMS OF DIABETES NEUROPATHY

1. Patients with diabetes neuropathy may not
realize they have been injured
from a cut

2. Neuropathy diabetes may not realize that a wound is becoming infected.

3. Neuropathy may make diabetes patients to be oversensitive to pain as they
might experience severe and
constant pain from otherwise
painless stimulation.


4. Nerve damage as a result of diabetes will results in numbness or
tingling in your hands and feet, as well as the inability to feel pain
or
temperature changes.


BOTTOM LINE

Persistent and uncontrolled high blood sugar can cause diabetes
neuropathy or nerve damage. This symptoms should prompt diabetics to
quickly plan how to bring their blood sugar down to the normal level
through medications, diets, exercise and other lifestyle changes.

Sunday, 20 December 2015

Symptoms of High Blood Pressure and Sugar : Swelling of Hands and Feets

Ability to read signs about the level of your blood sugar is vital to
overall health and vitality. High blood pressure and diabetes are
twins. Most diabetes patients are also suffering from high blood
pressure while consistent and uncontrolled high blood pressure could
lead to diabetes.



Persistent high blood pressure together with diabetes, can damage the
kidneys' ability to filter wastes
and fluid in the long run. Therefore, your
hands and feet may swell as water
builds up in your body. This is a
warning sign that you your condition is affecting your
kidney.

Therefore, it is advisable to be using your high blood pressure and
diabetes medications regularly as prescribed by the doctor. If your
hands and feet swell as a consequence of diabetes and high blood
pressure, you can still reverse the condition by making changes in
your diets and lifestyle.

You can still preserve
the kidney function by
taking your diabetes and blood
pressure medicines as
prescribed. Following the recommended diabetes diets may also help to
keep your blood sugar under
control.

BOTTOM LINE

One of the symptoms to show that your diabetes and high blood pressure
is killing your kidney is swelling of hands and feets. In the first
place try to avoid this by using your high blood pressure and diabetes
drugs regularly. And you could reverse the condition by working with
your doctor on your condition. Find out and eat foods that could keep
your blood pressure and blood sugar balanced. Other lifestyle changes
could help. Exercise is one of the ways to keep your blood pressure
and sugar balanced.