Did you know that inactivity increases the need for insulin, even if you’re a type 1 diabetic?
It may surprise you to learn that mild exercise is even more effective for lowering high blood sugar levels to normal levels than an insulin shot.
Physical activity enhances your muscle cell’s ability to use insulin and blood sugar and takes the stress off your insulin creating pancreainsultic cells.
There are a lot of people who are getting diabetes at a very early age. Main reason behind the increase of type 2 diabetic population is mainly due to high obesity rates, poor diet and lack of exercise.
Many struggle with weight issues and feel that they just can’t lose weight for good. In fact, it is estimated that over 60 billion dollars a year is spent in the United States on various weight loss programs. With all of this money spent, one would think that the majority of weight issues would be resolved. Unfortunately, however, a lot of weight loss programs lead to the dangerous yo-yo effect and only provide temporary fixes that do not leave long lasting effects.
Portland, Oregon - May 10, 2012 - According to the American Diabetes Association, diabetes now affects 25.8 million Americans. It’s a major health concern and a mounting problem for the country as a whole, especially for the rapidly expanding senior population.
Portland, Oregon - May 10, 2012 - The ongoing attack on sugar has now shifted to fructose. University of California, San Francisco professor Dr. Robert H. Lustig recently gave a seminar on behalf of the department of nutrition at the Harvard School of Public Health and ignited the fire – and people’s passion about protecting what goes into their mouth.
apimanu Diabgymna ayurveda; it may be a complicated name, but it is definitely a simple way of dealing with blood sugar problems.
“To all intents and purposes, I should already be blind today,” says Michael Linscheid and his eyes light up. Two and a half years ago his eye doctor had damaged his eyes to such an extent that he could expect to lose his sight completely within 2 to 3 years.
“An extract from the ginseng berry shows real promise in treating diabetes and obesity, reports a research team from the University of Chicago's Tang Center for Herbal Medicine Research. In the June issue of the journal Diabetes, they show that the extract completely normalized blood glucose levels, improved sensitivity to insulin, lowered cholesterol levels, and decreased weight by reducing appetite and increasing activity levels in mice bred to develop diabetes. Ginseng berries have different concentrations of ginsenosides than ginseng root.