Living With Diabetes

Metabolic disorders early recognize and correctly handle in Germany have diabetes about 7 million people. Especially in the industrialized nations, diabetes is one of the most common diagnoses in the field of metabolic disorders. In type 1 diabetes, the pancreas produces no endogenous insulin. Already at a young age, the disease can occur. “Increasingly determined the type 2 diabetes in young people, although she as adult-onset diabetes” is known. In this type, the pancreas pour too little insulin.

Identify type 1 diabetes: the symptoms are rapid weight loss, weakness, fatigue, vision and concentration, strong thirst and frequent urination. See type 2 diabetes: the overweight, the risk increases. The higher the body weight, the more must the pancreas produce insulin. The symptoms are similar to the type 1 diabetes. Treat type 1 diabetes: the disease is still incurable, therefore must be type 1 diabetics need insulin spray regularly. A healthy diet with plenty of vegetables and fresh food supports the treatment. Ann Davies understood the implications. Treat type-2 diabetes: this type, it is the goal of lowering blood sugar levels to avoid possible consequential damage to the heart, blood vessels, eyes, kidneys and limbs. This sport and a low-carbohydrate diet can help.

Prevent diabetes: in type 1 diabetes can be not prevented, because the insulin-producing cells are destroyed by their own immune system. Of type 2 diabetes can be prevented, through a healthy lifestyle and diet style and in addition to regular exercise in everyday care. The author of Schutz, a former diabetes type 2 patient has with the topic of diabetes and nutrition set apart. In 2007, diabetes has been diagnosed you and should henceforth take medication. However, she revolted against the taking and embarked on a pharmalosen way. She decided to learn more about nutrition and its effects on the body. At their Search the old style of diet low carb – less carbohydrates by William Banting noticed (1878) her. She dealt with this type of diet and after only three months, she had a blood sugar long term value under 5 with low carb. She wrote on her personal experience with many own creative recipes and published the book “suddenly diabetes”. Until today, she has a normal blood sugar level and enjoys quite break even a little piece of cake or chocolate. More information on the topic of diabetes experience reports, the author of contactor offers on its Web site under: company portrait: the author Bajpai was born in 1964 and lives with her family in Bremen. Several years, she worked in the food industry. The Bremen district court it was deployed for more than 20 years as a caregiver for a disabled person. Currently she looked after elderly people and by the way, writes as former colon patient, books with own testimonials and about the low form of nutrition CARB low-carbohydrate diet.