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The Effect of Nonsurgical Periodontal Therapy on Hemoglobin A1c Levels in Persons With Type 2 Diabetes and Chronic Periodontitis
When we talk about glucose management can we ignore treating an invisible open wound the size of your hand? I’m sure we cannot. The study link above concluded that people with diabetes did not reduce their average blood glucose numbers after an archaic treatment called scaling and root planning. They also did not use a diagnostic tool that distinguishes between periodontal disease and diabetes; both exhibit bleeding during probing.
Shirley Gutkowski talks about this article and the ramifications of it in today’s show.
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Only plants can make glucose from scratch. Humans must eat the plants, or eat animals that ate the plants, to obtain glucose. And humans as well as bacteria and virus absolutely need glucose to survive, which is the reason ask our clients to mix Aloe Vera juice with our Rejuvenis OSH silver when attempting to correct a skin problem, because Aloe Vera is the finest glucose on the planet. The reason for the combination of silver and the plant glucose is to camouflage the existence of the certain death to bacteria and virus (that death being silver), which you may have collected in your stomach. The reason that you take the combination of the glucose with our Rejuvenis OSH silver on an empty stomach is that no other glucose will be present at the time and the obvious food for the virus or bacteria will be that which you have just consumed and will therefore be a trap (a death sentence) for the virus and bacteria, who will be immediately attacking and eating it, since glucose is the reason they are in your body in the first place. Tune in Wednesday Feb 13 at 7:PM for the Aging Younger show.
Learn how to:Enhance brain health by feeding the brain properly,Prevent brain starvation something that neuroscientists have begun seeing in Alzheimer’s patients. Preserve mental function,Suppress hunger it is really your brain, not your belly that is hungry Convert “sticky” fat cells (that hold on to fat and don’t release it) back into the temporary storers of fat that they were evolutionarily designed to be. Regulate insulin and glucose metabolism properly for both optimal weight management and brain health. Understand not only how many calories, but also what types of calories are brain friendly and will help you to lose weight and maintain the loss Then make sure you tune in this Wednesday at noon Pacific/3pm Eastern as I chat with Dr. Larry McCleary about this as so much more when it comes to feeding your brain to lose your belly.
Larry McCleary, M.D., was Acting Chief of Pediatric Neurosurgery at Denver Children’s Hospital. He was first in his class at medical school at the State University of New York–Buffalo, did his surgical internship at the University of Minnesota, and completed his residency in neurosurgery at New York University/Bellevue Medical Center. Dr. McCleary’s other books include The Brain Trust Program: A Scientifically Based Three-Part Plan to Improve Memory, Elevate Mood, Enhance Attention, Alleviate Migraine & Menopausal Symptoms and Boost Mental Energy and Bald Is Beautiful: The Shining Stars Foundation Guide for Living with Childhood Cancer, which can be ordered online at www.ShiningStarsFoundation.org. Dr. McCleary holds several patents for nutritional supplements and is the medical director for the Shining Stars Foundation, a nonprofit organization located in Colorado that provides programs for children with cancer and other life-threatening diseases. More info please visit: www.drmccleary.com
Often times we take for granted just how important technology literacy is in our personal, professional and academic lives. For example, I am a diabetic and therefore it is very important for me to monitor my glucose levels; I use Microsoft Excel to track my glucose readings, the times at which I take my glucose readings, the food that I have eaten that day and I also track the highs, lows and averages for the week. I even have charts and graphs to display trends in a pictorial way. Tracking this information allows me to make any necessary changes to my diet, exercise routine and the occasional treat - a piece of "real" lemon cake (not sugar free). That is just one of many ways that I use technology to help me on a personal level. It is only through knowing about Microsoft Excel and spreadsheets that I would have known to use this program to help me with my health.
Listen in to learn more about the different Microsoft Office Suite applications (that you probably already have on your computer, laptop, tablet or smart phone) and some of the ways you can use them personally, professionally and academically.
Medtronic is the global leader in medical technology – alleviating pain, restoring health and extending the life for millions of people around the world. The Diabetes business at Medtronic (www.medtronicdiabetes.com) is the world leader in advanced diabetes management solutions, including integrated diabetes management systems, insulin pump therapy, continuous glucose monitoring systems and therapy management software, as well as world-class, 24/7 expert consumer and professional service and support.
"Francine R. Kaufman, MD is Chief Medical Officer and Vice President of Global,Clinical and Health Affairs at Medtronic Diabetes. In addition to her role at Medtronic, Dr. Kaufman is a Distinguished Professor Emerita of Pediatrics and Communications at the Keck School of Medicine and the Annenberg School of Communications of the University of Southern California, and an attending physician at Childrens Hospital Los Angeles. Dr. Kaufman has published more than 200 peer-reviewed and invited publications. She is the author of more than 30 books or book chapters."
Sugar is the generalized name for sweet, short-chain, soluble carbohydrates, many of which are used in food. They are carbohydrates, composed of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen. There are various types of sugar derived from different sources. Simple sugars are called monosaccharides and include glucose (also known as dextrose), fructose and galactose. The table or granulated sugar most customarily used as food is sucrose, a disaccharide. (In the body, sucrose hydrolyses into fructose and glucose.) Other disaccharides include maltose and lactose. Longer chains of sugars are called oligosaccharides. Chemically-different substances may also have a sweet taste, but are not classified as sugars. Some are used as lower-calorie food substitutes for sugar described as artificial sweeteners.
Hi I am Candice I graduated as a holistic nutritional practitioner from the College of Naturopathic Medicine in central London. My own health issue led me to study nutrition, as my change in my diet and mindset greatly improved my health….a great personal achievement. A mostly green diet leaves me feeling energized and enthusiastic for all that life has to offer. Seeing the results of clients eating habits change as well as their healthier relationship to food has inspired me to work with Nosh Detox to holistically improve families wellbeing. Geeta said it was an awesome idea!
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December 5, 2007, 39 year old Patrick Smith was killed in a traffic accident in Mansfield, CT. This was not just a routine accident, the driver of a truck ran a stop light and plowed into Patrick's vehicle which was legally stopped at the light and then left the scene. Although some deadly traffic accidents are just that, an accident, with a driver who may have been at the wrong place at the wrong time, this accident is unusual as the driver was found to be in diabetic shock, his glucose level such that he didn't know what he was doing.
Michael Smith joins Shattered Lives Radio to help bring more awareness to, not only the public, but those who suffer with diabetes and the consequences of not taking control of the management of the disease. Joining Michael is Dr. Steven Edelman, author of "Taking Control of Your Diabetes" who has testified in court to the nuances of the disease and how it should be properly managed. As a diabetic, Dr. Edelman has not only clinical experience with the disease, but his own personal experiences in managing the disease properly.
Recently I overheard a lady bragging to her friend “darling I am 49 years old and I still do not have diabetes. I must be doing things right.” As strange as this sounds, fact is, she is right.
At least 26 million Americans are diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, and another 79 million are prediabetic. Things are much worse in South of India where a pandemic of diabetes and hypertension is crippling the nation and there is a plea for doctors that can deal with this.
Younger and younger people have to deal with diabetes. Many children in the Caribbean and the United States are born diabetic or receive this dreaded diagnoses soon after birth.
In medical schools they teach us that the problem is with the pancreas and its inability to produce insulin. This is the case in only a few or a small number of cases.
The real cause of this crippling disease, how to prevent it and how to get it under the control will be the topic of our radio show this Saturday. We will cover diet as principal cause of this dis-ease. Many people are aware of the influence of sugar on our health but are confused about the fructose-glucose relationship. People are getting afraid to eat fruit for for this reason. Join us in our panel discussion and learn the facts.
Knowledge will set you free.
presented by: India Irie, Anna Lipari, Sherri Fischer, Dr. Darko Velcek, Dr. Jeremy Ayres, Clive De Carle, Paul Exall & Tony Kilvert as your PANELISTS !
DSMALive with Cherise, George and Scott with special guest Linda Parks RN, CDE, National Director of Clinical Education.
As the National Director of Clinical Education, Linda Parks brings 25-years of diabetes experience to Tandem Diabetes Care. Linda offers a diverse set of knowledge to the team, having previously worked in both a clinical setting as a diabetes educator and manager, as well as holding key roles with other notable diabetes care companies.
During her career, Linda has witnessed an evolution in technology and its effects on diabetes care and management. Her passion to bring better products and services to the diabetes community, led her to previous positions in both clinical education and sales capacities with TheraSense, Inc., Abbot Diabetes Care, Medingo, Bayer and Becton Dickinson. While at TheraSense, Linda was the Manager of Clinical Affairs and was focused on educating the market on Continuous Glucose Monitoring. Linda has also held clinical positions at the University of California, San Francisco Diabetes Center, and other health institutions in the Bay Area.
Diabetes Post Collapse! on Herbal Prepper Live!
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Many preppers are stockpiling pet meds, bulk over the counter medications, and asking their doctors for an extra refill or two on their normal prescriptions. Some are also stocking up on herbal remedies and essential oils. More medical, first aid, and herbal books are being written with preppers in mind, which is an encouraging trend. Still, several conditions present such difficulty that many preppers accept defeat, in this herbalist's opinion, prematurely. Diabetes is one such condition.There are, however, herbal and nutritional options that can make surviving a collapse or calamity with diabetes a whole lot easier, and open up the door to surviving with type 1 diabetes. There are solid studies showing the efficacy of herbs long-known in both Traditional Western Herbalism and Ayurvedic Herbalism which have blood-glucose lowering abilities. This is not to suggest that herbs will magically make diabetes go away, or to imply that you can simply swap an herb out for a pharmaceutical. Be sure to tune in to this important episode.
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Join Scott, Cherise and George with Sue Berger (Crusader for CGM Coverage by Medicare)
Last year Sue and her husband turned 65 and her definition of herself changed; she defines herself as her husband’s advocate for his Continuous Glucose Monitor (CGM).They started this journey sometime in September or October of 2012 when he needed a new CGM because his 2 ½ year old system had started to behave very erratically. They never considered that they would have a problem replacing the CGM with a new one...they were wrong.
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According to the American Institute of Stress, stress plays a major factor in the way that we live physically and mentally. In fact, stress has been known to be linked to depression, anxiety, heart attacks, stroke, hypertension, common cold, rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis, rashes, hives, ulcers, insomnia, and more. Stress is impacting the lives of many people across the world, and stress is causing many people to give up when they should keep moving. When stressed physically or psychologically the body suddenly shifts its energy resources to fighting off the perceived threat. The nervous system responds by increasing your heart beat, raises blood pressure, changes digestive process, and boosts glucose levels. As well, the muscular system is affected by stress, and it responds by tensing up your muscles causing you to get headaches and migraines. The respiratory system shifts the breathing patterns of individuals when they are stressed causing them to breathe harder bringing on panic attacks and hyperventilation. The cardiovascular system can be deeply impacted by stress potentially causing heart attacks. When the body is stress, the body sends signals to brain causing the brain to overcompensate as result it increases the stress hormones in the body to produce more sugar hormones such as glucose. Stress can cause you to eat more or less than you usually do causing acid reflux, nausea, irritable bowels, etc. Excess amount of chemicals such as cortisol produced under stress can cause impotence or a low sex drive. Join Us Today!
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