Part one of a four part series on reversing insulin resistance. In this video, I’m going to talk about what insulin resistance is, why it’s bad and who is at risk.
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Type 2 Diabetes – Immediate Release or Extended Release Anti-Diabetic Drugs?
Researchers at the University of Pavia in Pavia, Italy, have found the drug metformin extended release (XR) formula to be more efficient at controlling Type 2 diabetes than the drug metformin immediate release (IR) formula. In a study reported on in May of 2017 in the journal Drug Design and Developmental Therapy, two hundred and fifty-three people diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes had HbA1c levels between 7.0 percent and 8.5 percent (poor control). For six months these Type 2 diabetics were divided into two groups and received either 1,000 to 3000 mg of metformin IR, or 500 to 1500 mg of metformin XR per day.
Type 2 Diabetes – The Effect of High Thyroid-Stimulating Hormones on Small Blood Vessels
The thyroid gland is located in the neck and is responsible for making and releasing particular thyroid hormones. These hormones make it possible to burn energy for movement and heat. The Thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH) is released by the pituitary gland situated at the base of the brain. It tells the thyroid gland when to make thyroid hormone. When the thyroid gland is sluggish, the pituitary produces more TSH to stimulate the thyroid to produce enough hormone. When elevated TSH is found, the sufferer is treated with thyroid hormones.
Type 2 Diabetes – Creating an Effective Exercise Program
If you are new to exercise, getting started will seem daunting. It is normal not to know where to begin, but you will find your way, even if it takes some trial and error. More importantly, if you are looking to get started, it means you have made the decision to get active. Being active alone is a step forward, especially if you are not in great shape. Before you embark on a new exercise program, be sure to get your doctor’s approval. Make sure your heart, your joints and your blood sugar readings are up to it. If you are to get fit, improve your health, and ultimately improve your quality of life, you will need to have an exercise program sorted along with a time that works for you. Let’s go over the essentials of a physically active lifestyle.
Type 2 Diabetes – Having PreEclampsia Raises the Risk of Developing Gestational Diabetes
For more than a decade preeclampsia and Gestational diabetes which is also known as diabetes of pregnancy, have been diagnosed together in sufficient numbers of women to make scientists suspect a relationship exists between the two. Preeclampsia is a condition in which pregnant women develop high blood pressure, and lose protein in their urine. Often they suffer swelling in their ankles, feet, and hands, as well as having abnormally sensitive reflexes. If not dealt with, the condition can progress on to eclampsia, or convulsions, endangering the lives of both the mother and child.
Type 2 Diabetes – Will Changing the Way You Think About Food Help You To Lower Blood Sugar?
Are you struggling with weight loss? Trying to reverse Type 2 diabetes? Your relationship with food is pivotal: for better or worse it is going to impact your results. It is in your best interest to ensure the way you eat facilitates your efforts and helps you reach your objectives. First, you must change the way you think about food. Only then will you be able to make consistent progress with weight loss. Being careful with your food choices is a must if you are to successfully treat your Type 2 diabetes because much depends on the way you eat.