The Risk From Irregular Eating Patterns
A study shows that irregular meal patterns can affect the body metabolism, appetite, the rate of burning calories, body fat and diabetes.
Preplanned diet can help the weight loss and under eating. The overeating is because of the irregular eating and under eating. The study was published in the Journal of Clinical Nutrition.
The Benefits Of The Low-Glycemic Index (GI) Diet
The researchers from the Clinical Nutrition Research Center (CNRC) says that the low-glycemic index breakfast and afternoon snack are important in controlling the blood sugar levels throughout the day. The Glycemic index (GI) can be classified as follows.
The rise in the blood sugar (glucose) levels will be slow and controlled with a low-glycemic index food. A rapid increase in the blood sugar (glucose) levels is associated with the high-glycemic index food. Cabbage is with a GI value of ten and glucose is with a GI value of 100.
The study was published in the Journal of Clinical and Translational Endocrinology.
A Study On The Change In Autoantibody Status
The Environmental Determinants of Diabetes in the Young (TEDDY) study is monitoring the children from a young age in the United States and Europe. The study wanted to find out the reasons for the development of type 1 diabetes (T1D) in children.
The study has found that the diagnosis of type 1 diabetes (T1D) in children is due to the change in the status of the autoantibody. The cause of type 1 diabetes in children is due to the destruction of healthy cells. A child will be diagnosed with type 1 diabetes (T1D) after the change in the status of the autoantibody.
The researchers have monitored the following autoantibodies during the study.
The study was published in the journal Diabetes Care.
The Risk Of Heart Attack In A Patient With Diabetes
The researchers from the University of Leeds have tracked more than 700,000 patients hospitalized with an acute myocardial infarction (AMI) (a medical name for heart attack). The study has found that about 121,000 people are with diabetes.
There was a big difference in the survival rate from a heart attack among patients "with diabetes" and "without diabetes".
The study shows that the risk of death from a heart attack in patients with diabetes is.
The researchers say that the increased risk may be associated with diabetes or the other diseases are associated with diabetes.
The lead author of the study was Dr. Chris Gale. The study was published in the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health.
The Benefits From A Specific Diet Plan
A study at the Joslin Diabetes Center, Boston, Massachusetts has concluded that a personalized and specific diet plan can work better compared with diabetes drugs (or medications) in controlling high blood sugar (glucose) levels and diabetes.
The researchers have developed a specific diet plan for a person after blood sugar analysis, body weight and blood lipid levels.
A Trial Of Diabetes Drug Ertugliflozin
Phase 3 trial, VERTIS Mono and VERTIS Factorial, has indicated that the diabetes drug ertugliflozin, an investigational oral SGLT-2 inhibitor, has decreased the average blood glucose levels (HbA1C) in patients with type 2 diabetes (T2D).
The Risk From Statin Use In Women
Statins are the medications used to lower the cholesterol levels and the risk of cardiovascular diseases (CVD).
The researchers from the UMass Medical School have found that the risk of diabetes is 48 percent higher in postmenopausal women taking statin drugs. The study was published in the Archives of Internal Medicine.
The author of the study was Dr. Yunsheng Ma and the co-author of the study was Judith K Ockene.
The Discovery Of The Low Fat Chocolate
The American scientists from the University of Philadelphia have invented a new technology called Electrorheology. This technology can reduce the fat in chocolate bars by more than ten percent.
The fat content in a chocolate bar is around 40 percent and this fat is associated with obesity. The technology is widely applicable and a bar of chocolate with this technology can give a wonderful taste.
The study was published in the journal of the National Academy of Sciences.
The Risk Of Calluses On Feet
A patient with diabetes may suffer from the calluses. A patient should use a callus remover tool such as "Naressa Electronic Callus Remover" to prevent an infection.
The damage to the blood vessels in the feet will prevent the electrical signals or the electrical signals will be sent at the wrong time.
Dr. David K McCullock says that a patient with diabetes may get the following complications in the feet.
A poor blood circulation may prevent the healing process or they may not heal. The care should be taken to prevent the development of cracks in the feet affected by the calluses. The infection can be avoided by preventing the calluses.
If an individual is not feeling pain or sensation in the feet, that indicates the patient is already suffering from serious foot complications.
The Benefits Of Bread With Fiber
Bread is classified as a high glycemic index (GI) food. But it is a healthy diet if the bread made with the fiber content. The fiber content can control the blood sugar (glucose) levels and can lower the cholesterol levels, the risk of constipation and hemorrhoids. The following are the best bread for patients with diabetes.
The Risk Of Alzheimer's Disease
A study led by Prof Bettina Platt, Aberdeen University has found a link between diabetes and Alzheimer's disease. The researchers say that diabetes drugs (or medications) can slow the development of Alzheimer's disease.
Alzheimer's disease is associated with body weight (or BMI) and diet. The changes in brain chemistry can also cause diabetes.
In most of the cases, Alzheimer's disease is not an inherited disease.
The study was published in the journal Diabetologia.
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