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What You Should Know About Type 2 Diabetes And a Type 2 Diabetes Cure
Diabetes particularly type 2 diabetes is fast becoming a major health concern in almost all countries of the world, both developed as well as developing. The worrisome aspect of this disease is that it is said to have no cure. This means your doctor has to manage you with this disease for life. However, recent research findings have proved otherwise. There is indeed a type 2 diabetes cure.Glucose Intolerance Is A Prediabetic Condition
The phrase glucose intolerance is often a topic of conversation between a physician and a patient and between a person and friends and family members. Glucose intolerance means that ingested sugar and carbohydrates are not quickly metabolized, but circulate for longer-than-normal periods of time in the blood stream. Glucose intolerance must be acknowledged and discussed, but glucose intolerance is not overt diabetes mellitus.Type 2 Diabetes – A New Way of Treating Diabetic Blood Vessel Disease!
Heart and blood vessel disease are serious complications associated with Type 2 diabetes. These vessels often become unable to expand when the body needs more blood. Nitric oxide is a molecule that helps the vessels to open and improve the blood flow. Scientists in Sweden looked at the amino acid arginine. The amino acid arginine goes into the making of nitric oxide and is a molecule to help keep arginine from breaking down. Researchers at the Karolinska Institute and University guessed a molecule that inhibits arginase could be expected to leave arginine intact. Arginine should then be available to go on to make nitric oxide.Type 2 Diabetes – Three Low-Carb Great Tasting Snack Ideas for Diabetics
With a little know-how, you can transform some of your favorite family recipes into delicious, diabetes-fighting dishes. Eating to prevent Type 2 diabetes, or to control your blood sugar levels need not mean deprivation. As you cut back on many of the unhealthy carbohydrates, you may find it becomes harder and harder to eat foods, especially snacks you enjoy. While meals aren’t too terribly challenging, snacks and sweets can be a whole other story. It seems every dessert or sweet you crave is high in carbs. To help make things easier for you, let’s look at a few low-carb ideas that don’t sacrifice taste…Type 2 Diabetes – Isoflavones for the Prevention of Diabetes
In July 2016 the European Journal of Clinical Nutrition reported on research showing isoflavones can be helpful in the prevention of Type 2 diabetes. The study was completed at Harvard School of Public Health and several other institutions in Boston, USA, and China. Over 160,000 adults filled out food diaries over a period of more than ten years. Those participants who consumed the greatest amount of isoflavones had the lowest risk of developing Type 2 diabetes. This was especially the case for isoflavones daidzein and genistein. The participants who took in ample amounts of tofu and soy milk, both of which contain daidzein and genistein, had a slightly lower risk of developing Type 2 diabetes, but not enough to reach statistical significance.