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Most folks get their insulin with multiple daily injectsions. We will talek insulin, statagey and success with DMI with our guest:
Wilf is a water scientist who work mainly with environmental groups across the province of Ontario. In terms of diabetes, He's the dad of an 18 year old who has had Type 1 Diabetes since she was 10. She has been on MDI the whole time, and they have tried all commercially available insulins in pretty much any possible combination in that time. She is currently finishing high school and an enthusiastic distance runner.
Wilf is a respected and regular poster on the Children With Diabetes Forums.
In this week's episode of Stark Naked Radio, Brad Davidson and Todd Vande Hei discuss the immune system and what to do or take to boost it. They also review the reasons for proper recovery and how to do it and why you need sugar in your post workout shake if you're lean. Brad reviews a relaxation device called the emWave. Todd shares a recipe for Sea Bass and discusses the nutrient benefits. At the end of the show, Brad talks about the importance of blood sugar management, what you can do to become more insulin sensitive, as well as a supplement called OptiMetabolix.
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Sea Bass recipe
This week's show about demystifying blood sugar imbalances and setting the record straight about a worldwide epidemic. Diabetes is rampant across the globe. The topic of blood sugar imbalances and how to prevent diabetes before it sets in has become a major focus, and with good reason.
Blood sugar imbalances can lead to a whole host of other extremely critical health risks.
What IS insulin resistance?
How do you know if you are insulin resistant?
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Let's talk about living day-to-day with Diabetes. Get the most out of life!
We're diabetics, health professionals and lay persons helping you manage diabetes so diabetes doesn't manage YOU!
Jay Haapala is a high school student in West Virginia who's on his way to becoming a private pilot! In May he applied for a FAA Third Class Medical certificate and after 1.5 months of persistant hard work and effort he is now legally allowed to fly an aircraft solo and eventually fly as a private pilot.
Tune in as we hear Jay's story and take a journey through the clouds with him!
Please tune in and support our guest, Ms.Leslie Potts. Ms. Potts serves as the Director of Mission Delivery for the American Diabetes Association. Leslie has newly a decade of community programming experience. Ms. Potts is passionate about the Association' mission of improving the lives of all people affected by diabetes.
Diabetes was the seventh leading cause of death in the United States based on the 69,071 death certificates in which diabetes was listed as the underlying cause of death. Diabetes may be underreported as a cause of death. Studies have found that only about 35% to 40% of people with diabetes who died had diabetes listed anywhere on the death certificate and about 10% to 15% had it listed as the underlying cause of death..
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What is the thyroid gland?
Your endocrine system is a group of glands in your body (such as the pituitary, thyroid, pancreas, ovaries and testes) that secrete hormones (like growth hormone, thyroid hormone, insulin, estrogen and testosterone) that regulate functions such as metabolism, growth, development and reproduction.
The thyroid gland is the largest gland in the endocrine system. It is a butterfly-shaped organ that sits roughly in the middle of the neck, just below where the Adam’s apple is in men. In your physical exam, when your doctor places a hand on the front of your neck and asks you to swallow, they are doing so to feel your thyroid gland.
What does the thyroid gland do?
The thyroid gland produces three hormones: Thyroxine (T4), Triiodothyronine (T3) and Calcitonin. T4 and T3 are what most people think of as “thyroid hormones.” These hormones play a significant role in your metabolism and in energy regulation in the body. T4 and T3 are made in the thyroid gland from using the building blocks iodine (a trace mineral) and tyrosine (an amino acid). T3 has three molecules of iodine, and T4 has four. You make about four times the amount of T4 as you do T3.
After T4 and T3 are made, they are released by the thyroid gland into circulation. This release happens in response to stimulus from a part of your brain called the pituitary that makes a substance called Thyroid Releasing Hormone (TRH). TRH tells the thyroid gland to release thyroid hormones into your blood stream.
Thyroid hormones act on almost every kind of cell in your body to increase cellular activity or metabolism. If there is too much or too little thyroid hormone, the metabolism of your entire body is impacted.
The endocrine system controls the way your body functions. It produces hormones that travel to all parts of your body to maintain your tissues and organs. Here are a few of the areas governed by the endocrine system:
Responses to stress and injury
Growth and sexual development
Body energy levels
Internal balance of body systems
Bone and muscle strength
Adrenal glands - influence the way your body uses energy, they also release a hormone called adrenaline when you are under stress
Hypothalamus - part of your brain that controls hormone production by releasing different chemicals to the pituitary gland
Ovaries - produce estrogen and progesterone in women, and also release egg cells
Pancreas - releases the insulin your body needs to metabolize sugar; problems with the pancreas can lead to diabetes
Parathyroid - located behind the thyroid gland, they are essential for proper bone development
Pineal gland - connects the endocrine system with the nervous system; produces several important hormones, including melatonin, important to sleep/wake cycles and sexual development
Pituitary gland – likely the most important gland in your body, it is crucial to growth, mental development and reproduction; influences or controls the rest of your endocrine system
Testes - produce the hormone testosterone; in men, testosterone maintains sperm production and bone mass
Thymus - crucial to normal immune function in childhood; once a child reaches puberty, its tissue is replaced by fat
Thyroid gland – located in the front of your neck, it releases hormones that control your metabolism and govern the way your body uses energy
Erin Spineto, a UC San Diego graduate and science teacher, works with non-profit Insulindependence in her quest to inspire fellow Type I diabetics to overcome limitations. Determined to challenge herself as a Type I diabetic, she chronicles her solo sailing adventures and the ups and downs of life as a diabetic. She and her husband, Tony, live in San Diego, California with their two children.
In this show you’ll learn:
More about the gut and its metabolic properties.
How dieting can actually lead to increased weight gain.
Natural ways to increase gut hormones.
Background and Guest Information:
Good nutrition and high-intensity exercise are just two of a sequence of ingredients that are needed to make your body lean. There are additional ingredients, such as gut health, intestinal bacteria, biological rhythms, inflammation, the stress response, leptin signaling, and fat cell health that are essential to fine-tuning your metabolism and overcoming weight-loss resistance.
Join Dr. Ritamarie and Mike Mutzel as they share information, tips, and secrets to empower your body to balance leptin and insulin levels, hack your stress response to burn more fat, heal your gut to burn more fat, and more.
Mike has a B.S. in Biology from Western Washington University and is completing his M.S. in Clinical Nutrition from the University of Bridgeport.
Check out Dr. Ritamarie’s VITAL Health Community for additional resources on the role that food plays in your health, and strategies for planning your meals so that you can live your life full of energy and vitality.
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