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Optimum Diabetic Supplements

Published on 9/13/2017
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The diabetes is a metabolic alteration which occurs when the glucose in the blood exceeds normal levels (hyperglycemia) causing a deficiency of insulin. Destructeur de Diabète Type 2  The term "glycemic" refers to the glucose circulating in the blood with normal values ranging between 70 and 110 mg / dl. An increase in these baseline values above 120 mg / dl in three successive controls, is indicative of a diabetic condition.

There are two different forms of the disorder:i.e. insulin-dependent diabetes or Type I diabetes and non-insulin dependent or Type II diabetes. In the first case, we are faced with a disorder that affects individuals who are affected since a young age, and who show emission of copious amounts of urine,excessive thirst, weight loss and fatigue. The first manifestation of type I diabetes is called ketoacidosis, the clinical situation that occurs when, in the absence of insulin, the body begins to use massively fatty acids for energy and ends up by generating toxic products, the so called ketone bodies.

The type II diabetes, generally occurs after 40 years of age, especially in people with overweight problems. Non-insulin dependent diabetes develops slowly and is associated with resistance from the peripheral tissues to the action of the insulin hormone.

Nutrition for Diabetes The diet of a diabetic must be strictly with a low-glycemic index and should be based on an adequate intake of whole grains (either in grains and flakes, with the exclusion of rice, except basmati rice). The fibers are very good for diabetics, because they lower the fat in the blood and help to achieve a feeling of satiety: you can eat wheat, barley, oats, legumes and vegetables.

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