Lowering then balancing your blood sugar is extremely important to avoid a host of conditions including insulin resistance, the precursor to diabetes. Learn the foundation your body needs to promote balanced blood sugar as well as lowering blood sugar with the right sweets to eat, food combinations, super foods that over perform, natural supplements and secret weapons. Provides the simple facts and links to resources to get you started immediately with your blood sugar balancing.
Mainstream medicine considers type 2 diabetes to be an irreversible, incurable disease. This is one of the greatest fallacies and abominations in the world today. It is painlessly simple to prevent, complete reversal is a totally tangible goal, and in the rare cases in which reversal is not possible, there are easy and practical ways to live a long, healthy, and prosperous life as a type 2 diabetic without complications.
Even the disease itself is so misunderstood by mainstream health authorities and dieticians alike that it is almost hard not to laugh at the beliefs they have about its causation. They assert that eating a high-fat, high-calorie diet and not getting enough exercise is the CAUSE of type 2 diabetes. Their only challengers assert that eating carbohydrates causes type 2 diabetes! I swear, I’m not making this up. People with advanced medical degrees and the word Harvard in their resume really believe this stuff!
Get ready for a good chuckle at their expense, as I reveal how I dropped my fasting blood sugar by 26% in less than a month by eating a diet that’s high in saturated fat, high-glycemic carbohydrates, and calories while sitting in front of a computer writing this eBook in lieu of exercise.
Make no mistake, 180 Degree Diabetes is your life raft in a sea of stupidity and misconception surrounding the phenomenon of insulin resistance – a metabolic disturbance that can lead to obesity, metabolic syndrome, type 2 diabetes, and poor overall health over time. This eBook contains information that is so far advanced in its understanding of poor blood glucose regulation that it makes modern health movements from the low-fat, low-calorie standard to low-carb mania look pathetically oversimplified, ignorant, and mind-bogglingly impotent.
180 Degree Diabetes opens up a whole new door of ideas and understanding on the subject, provides priceless information on how to stop the degenerative march to diabetes from a prevention standpoint, and even serves up an assortment of effective type 2 diabetes reversal protocols that can be used by some to totally eradicate the disease.
No more bowing to the Medical, Diet, and Pharmaceutical Masters of the Universe. It’s time, not to stick yourself with insulin injections, but to stick it to the man – understanding and overcoming insulin resistance and high blood sugars once and for all using an approach that no other medical or nutrition mind has ever even thought to try.
Every other book that has been published on the topic of type 2 diabetes is a complete joke in comparison to 180 Degree Diabetes. Add it to your library and see what all this fuss is about.
Published December 2009
Elsevier now offers a series of derivative works based on the acclaimed Meylers Side Effect of Drugs, 15th Edition. These individual volumes are grouped by specialty to benefit the practicing physician or health care clinician.
Endocrine and metabolic diseases are common, includes diseases such as diabetes, thyroid disease, and obesity. Endocrinologists, including diabetes professionals, internal medicine and primary care practitioners, obstetricians and gynecologists, and others will find this book useful when treating endocrine or metabolic diseases.
The material is drawn from the 15th edition of the internationally renowned encyclopedia, Meyler’s Side Effects of Drugs, and the latest volumes in the companion series, Side Effects of Drugs Annuals. Drug names have usually been designated by their recommended or proposed International Non-proprietary Names (rINN or pINN); when those are not available, clinical names have been used. In some cases, brand names have been used.
This volume is critical for any health professional involved in the administration of endocrine and metabolics mediations.
- Surpasses the Physician’s Desk Reference © by including clinical case studies and independent expert analysis
- Complete index of drug names
- Most complete cross referencing of drug-drug interactions available
- Extensive references to primary and secondary literature
- Also includes information on adverse effects in pregnancy
The book is divided into eight sections:
- Corticosteroids and related drugs
- Sex hormones and related drugs
- Iodine and drugs that affect thyroid function
- Insulin and other hypoglycemic drugs
- Other hormones and related drugs
- Lipid-regulated drugs
- Endocrine and metabolic adverse effects of non-hormonal and non-metabolic drugs
A unique blend of ingredients recognized for their cleansing and detoxifying powers. Promotes your liver’s ability to filter out toxins and harmful contaminants for increased energy levels and better overall health. Each tablet contains: Calcium, Iodine, Fenugreek, Ginger, Dandelion, Fennel, Yarrow Flower, Green Tea, Hawthorn Berries, Red Clover Top, Tumeric, Red Raspberry, Skullcap, Burdock Root, Cranberry Extract, Chickweed, Papaya, Milk Thistle Seed Extract, Yellow Dock, Alfalfa, Protease, Amylase, Lipase, Cellulase and Lactase. No side effects. 100% safe. 60 tablets.
- Supports Internal Detoxification
- Helps Protect and Maintain Liver
- Supports Metabolic Functions, Brain Disorders
- Active Ingredients Help Combat Obesity
- Immune System Booster
Characterized by obesity, insulin resistance, dyslipidemia, and hypertension, metabolic syndrome is associated with the risks of type 2 diabetes mellitus and cardiovascular disease. Obesity, which increases the incidence of atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease and subsequently leads to increased stress and inflammation, appears to play a central role in the progression of the syndrome. Evidence of inflammatory processes in accumulated fat appears to be an early initiator of metabolic syndrome. Likewise, the more active angiotensin system in obesity may contribute to even greater oxidative stress that serves as a key signaling event in vascular remodeling. These factors strengthen obesity’s association with oxidative stress.
Oxidative Stress and Inflammatory Mechanisms in Obesity, Diabetes, and the Metabolic Syndrome is designed to encourage the development of evidence-based nutritional and pharmacological therapies that can attenuate the impact of obesity-induced insulin resistance and ensuing metabolic syndrome. The book offers a deep understanding of the molecular mechanisms that underlie the process. Edited by leading authorities on oxidative stress, the book’s chapters report on cutting-edge research that explores intracellular events mediating or preventing oxidative stress and pro-inflammatory processes in obesity and type 2 diabetes. It also brings together research on the molecular mechanisms inherent in the progression of metabolic stress, includes phenotypic perspectives, and discusses dietary factors, including the role of micronutrients.
The chapter authors, each a leading expert in his or her field, discuss different components of metabolic stress and obesity and their associations with oxidative stress and inflammation. The book fills a unique role as a base of knowledge for researchers seeking to develop nutritional and or pharmacological therapies, as well as clinicians seeking a better understanding of this increasingly common disease process.
The Weight Loss Plan for Beating Diabetes is a five-step plan that shows you how to overcome the metabolic roadblocks that diabetes creates. Using an integrated plan of diet, exercise, nutritional supplementation, medication, and lifestyle modification you’ll lose weight, reverse your diabetes, and look and feel better. Written by leading expert Dr. Frederic Vagnini, medical director of the Heart, Diabetes & Weight Loss Centers of New York, the plan draws from latest clinical studies on diabetes and weight loss and provides recommendations specific to your unique medical history and risk factors. You’ll learn:
- The latest medications and nutraceticals that can get you off the metabolic roller coaster.
- Tests your doctor should perform but probably isn’t that will give you the most accurate diagnosis of your metabolic roadblocks.
- Underdiagnosed issues that can exacerbate your diabetes and sabotage your weight loss efforts.
Based on the plan that has helped thousands of patients, The Weight Loss Plan for Beating Diabetes will help you lose weight—safely—and keep it off.
Type I diabetes (T1D) is an autoimmune, inflammatory disease, incurable up to date. This book reviews and discusses the progress on environmental triggers and endogenous alarmins linking innate immunity to the pathogenesis of type 1 diabetes. The potential anti-inflammatory treatments for T1D evaluated in several models of the disease are also examined. In addition, while many individual therapies provide partial protection against the development of autoimmune diabetes, recently developed multicomponent vaccine strategies hold promise for restoration of euglycemia and more durable maintenance of immunological homeostasis. This book discusses mechanisms underlying the onset and development of type I diabetes and assesses individual and multicomponent immunosuppression strategies. The T1D associated genes that have been replicated in different populations are also analysed, and whether they could lead to the genetic diagnosis. Other chapters in this book examine the role of physical activity, insulin therapy and dietary management in the treatment of type I diabetes. Aspects of type I diabetes management in children is also reviewed, including current treatment options available, insulin regiments and insulin delivery methods, and structures and mechanism of action of the new insulin analogues.
A New Menu for Diabetes demystifies the latest diabetic research and combines an abundance of foods into customized meal plans for the non-cook and intermediate cook alike. Are you on a tight budget with little time? Find out how to maximize your dollars with easy meals that can be made within five minutes. Full menus for breakfast, lunch, snacks, dinner and desserts are included! Confused about carbohydrates and complicated diabetic diets? Low-fat and non-fat? Artificial sweeteners? Vitamin supplements? A New Menu for Diabetes strives to answer all of these questions in a quick, easy-to-read guide that will help you start TODAY!
Did you know…
You can control blood sugar with diet and exercise
Low-fat diets are not only lacking in taste, but sound research
Artificial sweeteners will make you gain weight- but there are alternatives!
Some fruits can actually benefit blood sugar levels
Low-sugar and carbohydrate desserts can taste amazing
Certain vitamins can make your medications work BETTER
This is a AIR FORCE INST OF TECH WRIGHT-PATTERSONAFB OH report procured by the Pentagon and made available for public release. It has been reproduced in the best form available to the Pentagon. It is not spiral-bound, but rather assembled with Velobinding in a soft, white linen cover. The Storming Media report number is A451353. The abstract provided by the Pentagon follows: Although people with diabetes are often judged by numbers on a computer screen, tight metabolic control remains the ultimate clinical endpoint (Diabetes control and Complications Trial, 1993). Nurses’ understanding of diabetes management coupled with a holistic view of person makes them the optimal professionals to facilitate patient movement toward tight metabolic control. Diabetes knowledge is essential to self-care, but alone is insufficient to produce and maintain behavioral change. psychological determinants of self- care and metabolic control must be explored. Self-efficacy (Bandura, 1977) has demonstrated its importance in behavioral modification but has been minimally investigated in diabetes. This pilot study describes relationships among self- efficacy, self-care, and metabolic control in a convenience sample of six persons with diet and exercise controlled diabetes. Additionally, the study evaluates an integrated multidisciplinary diabetes education program by pre and post measures of these same variables.
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Title: Stroke risk twofold higher in older adults with metabolic syndrome: even in absence of diabetes.(Focus on Heart Disease)
Author: Doug Brunk
Publication: Family Practice News (Magazine/Journal)
Date: May 1, 2004
Publisher: International Medical News Group
Volume: 34 Issue: 9 Page: 67(1)
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This digital document is an article from The Anatolian Journal of Cardiology (Anadolu Kardiyoloji Dergisi), published by Thomson Gale on March 1, 2007. The length of the article is 5790 words. The page length shown above is based on a typical 300-word page. The article is delivered in HTML format and is available in your Amazon.com Digital Locker immediately after purchase. You can view it with any web browser.
Title: Prospective validation in identical Turkish cohort of two metabolic syndrome definitions for predicting cardiometabolic risk and selection of most appropriate definition/Iki metabolik sendrom taniminin kardiyometabolik risk ongorusunun ayni kohortta prospektif yolla degerlendirilmesi ve halkimiz icin en uygun tanimin secilmesi.(Original Investigation/Orijinal Arastirma)
Author: Altan Onat
Publication: The Anatolian Journal of Cardiology (Anadolu Kardiyoloji Dergisi) (Magazine/Journal)
Date: March 1, 2007
Publisher: Thomson Gale
Volume: 7 Issue: 1 Page: 29(6)
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