This video is part of “Question and Answer Fridays”where Dr. Sarah answers questions she receives on her Facebook page.
Type 2 Diabetes – Is Soy Good for Women?
Should you take in soybeans or any other soy products? The answer is a resounding maybe, according to a July 2016 report in the Journal of Bone Mineral Research. Researchers at the University of Hull and various other institutions in the UK, Italy, and Qatar tested 200 women to learn what soy protein and soy protein with isoflavones could do to help their body. All of the participants had gone through menopause no more than two years earlier. One group of women was given a soy protein supplement alone, while another group was given soy protein along with isoflavones which are also found in soybeans.Type 2 Diabetes – It’s The Type of Carbohydrates That Are Harmful To Your Body!
Carbohydrates often bear a certain stigma that makes many people see them in a negative light. As a society, we’ve come to label them as harmful. And when it comes to weight loss, many are quick to suggest you should drastically reduce their intake in your weight loss plan. Some will even say you should eliminate them entirely. However, even if there were benefits to lowering your intake, it would likely do you more harm than good to take such drastic measures. One food alone cannot prevent Type 2 diabetes. The right overall balance of foods in your diet, especially the overall amount of food can offer protection, though. The types and amount of sugar and fat eaten, are important where Type 2 diabetes is concerned.Harmony Between Food Intake and Insulin Is Essential For The Person With Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus
Insulin is an essential, prescribed therapy for the individual with Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus. Several insulin preparations are available, and each is distinct. Safe and effective glucose control requires a regular pattern of insulin use that is precisely linked and timed with foods and beverages of known carbohydrate content. Daily harmony with these variables is essential for best health with Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus.Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus Can Feature Life Threatening Ketoacidosis
Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus evolves because of insulin lack. Lack of insulin allows blood glucose concentrations to rise far above normal – often to very high levels. Lack of insulin also allows fatty acids to convert to ketone molecules, which serve as alternative fuel molecules for cells and tissues. Ketone molecules, however, are strong acids, and these strong acids, when produced excessively, creates a harmful acid environment throughout the body termed ketoacidosis. Ketoacidosis can be fatal.Diabetes Mellitus Type 1, Insulin Lack, High Glucose
Diabetes Mellitus Type 1 is a brittle, rapidly changeable, and heavily impacting disease. The principal problem or threat of Diabetes Mellitus Type 1 is elevated glucose concentrations in one’s blood stream. This results from inadequate or insufficient production of insulin from the pancreas. High glucose concentrations persist and worsen until proper doses of insulin are provided by injection.