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 Which one is better between human insulin and animal insulin? Why?
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 Which suppliments produce more blood?
My mum is 64 years and last 3 weeks she vomited a lot of blood she was in and out of hospital now she is recovering home, I want to buy her suppliments that can help her body to produce more blood in ...


 do i have diabetes?????????/?
2 hours ago i did a random blood sugar test which came up as 16.4mmol/l. i just tested again and its 7mmol/l. im not diabetic is this ...


 what is the new type of diabetes machine ?
yeah, saw it on tv the other day. and you dont have to poke yourself to get your results, i guess you just scan your finger? but i just got a quick glimpse but didnt catch the name. can you tell me ?...


 does anyone know any interview question for someone that knows about DIABETES like a doctor?
i need the interview questions as soon as possible. please answer.its for a project....


 What is the normal blood sugar level?
My son is in the hospital and had been having his blood sugar checked before meals and bedtime. Suddenly a doctor at the hospital decides that he doesn't need it checked. Over the course of him ...


 stardards care for patients with diabetes in hospital?
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 Who realized there are three types of diabetes?
I am aware that Nicolae Constantin Paulescu was the first to discover the insulin hormone in the pancreas, and that Sir Frederick Banting and Charles Best were the first to treat diabetes (in ...


 How can you restore blood?
Can you restore blood by drinking water?...


 how do i know what types of food to eat for borderline diabetic i always feel like i'm tired?
our i'm feel like i have not eating when i just ate like an hour a ...


 How can I tell if my Animas pump isn't working?
I will call my endocrine doctor if I can't get an answer, but I use the Animas pump to manage type 1 diabetes and I've had four high blood sugars (282 @ 3pm, 352 @ 6pm, 392 @ 7pm and 375 ...


 Can I eat low glycemic carbs if I am carbohydrate intolerant?
I always get bloated, sleepy, and groggy after eating carbs like potatoes,pastries,etc.My doctor suggested I take Beano and cut down on the carbs. It seems to be helping LOTS and I even lost a pound!...


 fasting sugar level of 103?
To add to my previous question: I am a fitness fanatic with running[8-10] and lifting,free weights just about 365/yr. My weight for a guy 5' 6" is a little light at 124#. My diet is semi-...


 is this true???? diet soda question..?
Is it still possible for like diet coke or diet soda in general to still give you diabetes even though it doesnt contain sugar? I need answers please, im kinda paranoid and I cant really find ...


 can persons with sinusities donate blood?
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 my cat is throwing up and won't eat and is losing weight what can it be?
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 Am I over weight or underweight....?
I'm 113 pounds and I'm in seventh grade. My friends say Im thin...but I'm not beliving them......


 Can I stop taking Simvastatin cold turkey?
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 What is the only effective way to reduce your BAC? (Blood Alcohol Level)?
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 is overproduction of mucus in the eye(one worse than the other) and diabetes related?
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Jeni
Why does my blood sugar go up even when I havn't eaten.?
Tonight I ate dinner and took my blood sugar two hour after I at and it was 117. I then took my blood sugar at 11:15pm before bed and it was 130. Why is that?
                     




Elizabeth P
Other things could accept this, but the most likely culprit is a higher fat (or much higher protein) meal than usual. Fat (and protein, to a lesser extent) slows down the absorption of carbs. If I eat pizza and give myself the correct amount of insulin for the carbs, I often go LOW by the two-hour mark, but then I'll go HIGH by the three or four hours after, it's high!


syl c.
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The worst things for leptin and insulin are eating between meals, eating large meals, eating low fiber, eating high refined sugar or refined carbohydrates, not eating enough quality protein, and not exercising. If you eat anything after dinner you make matters even worse, because now you reduce the optimal access into your stored fat during sleep, a prime opportunity to burn fat. When this system is abused and weight is gained, then fat begins to accumulate in excess in your liver. The fat clogs your liver’s metabolism and reduces the ability of sugar to store in your liver following a meal. This is liver insulin resistance caused by fatty build up. This means that you are much more likely to become hypoglycemic or low blood sugar between meals – as you don’t have enough sugar in your warehouse to use for blood sugar between meals. This same fatty liver problem also gets in the way of how glucagon would burn fat between meals, causing glucagon to synthesize sugar in an inappropriate and out-of-control manner, making blood sugar go high even though you haven’t eaten. This is why diabetics wake up with very high fasting blood sugar levels. These are complicated metabolic problems that are more difficult to fix than simple case insulin resistance. Furthermore, your pancreas starts to tune out leptin, meaning that leptin resistance is occurring at the level of beta cells and the beta cells aren’t getting the leptin message to stop making insulin in a timely manner. This causes extra insulin to be made, which excessively lowers blood sugar by turning sugar to fat, while simultaneously inducing hypoglycemia or low blood sugar symptoms. This makes a person want to eat again two to three hours after the previous meal, in turn making the whole problem worse. And it’s about this time, with metabolism clogged and broken, that a young overweight person goes to the doctor and finds out he or she is type II diabetic. Avoid eating after dinner, because your body needs as much time as possible to break down the food consumed that day. If you haven't consumed enough calories, your body will begin breaking down fat reserves to supply the additional fuel. It is also important to eat smaller portions, even if you are only eating three times per day. Chew thoroughly and eat slowly so that your body has time to recognize that it is full. The fewer calories you consume, the more weight you will lose. Other strategies for minimizing leptin release are to eat protein with each meal, especially breakfast, and to reduce--not eliminate--carbohydrates. The best food to reduce leptin levels is fish. Hope this helps.


Suresh Kumar
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Hi I am not sure, but after eating if you check you can find out some difference in your sugar. I think sugar test will done when with empty stomach (sry if I am wrong I’m not a doc). I can suggest you one thing I have seen and using one product called Fiber(Nutrilite Fiber) this can help you to balance your sugar levels. Check this url www.nutrilite.com for more information. Hope it will help you. Have a great day Suresh


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