Diabetes in American Bulldog

The different forms of canine diabetes There are two different forms of canine diabetes that can affect your pet. These are diabetes mellitus and diabetes insipidus. Diabetes mellitus is the same as human diabetes, which occurs due to a lack of insulin. On the other hand, diabetes insipidus occurs when your dog lacks vasopressin. As …

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Type 2 diabetes: an oral drug that can protect against heart failure and lower blood sugar

Dapagliflozin (Farxiga) is an SGLT2 inhibitor, given in pill form for people diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, used along with diet and exercise and sometimes with other medications. It works by causing the kidneys to secrete more sugar into the urine. According to a study published in October 2018 in the journal cardiovascular Diabetology, The …

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Carapanauba and Alternative Health

In South America, not everyone observes Western rites of medicine and healing. The natives of the Amazon rainforest, for example, have used natural resources for centuries to alleviate minor and major illnesses and injuries. The lush forests of Brazil provide many trees, plants, and herbs for alternative medical uses. One of those trees is Aspidorperma …

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Type 2 Diabetes Symptoms: The Big Diabetes Lie Review

Measuring higher than normal heights of blood pressure or cholesterol can indicate a higher chance of type two diabetes, especially if you are overweight, and therefore it is smart to know the indications of type two diabetes. There are many different tests available to diagnose diabetes. Non-insulin dependent diabetes occurs when the pancreas cannot produce …

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Is Astragalus the Next Anti-Diabetic Herb to Help You Lose Weight and Lower Blood Sugar Levels?

Although more people are at risk for type 2 diabetes than ever before, the disease is not inevitable. No matter what your current risk profile is, you can stabilize your blood sugar level and keep it at a healthy level through a combination of: natural remedies such as herbal medicine dietary strategies and Changes in …

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take bee pollen for diabetes

It’s truly amazing when you consider all that bee pollen can do for a person’s health. I first got interested in it because it is such a natural energy booster. Boosting the immune system and being a natural appetite suppressant are also well-known benefits. But there’s more, and some preliminary research has linked some positive …

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Candida yeast infection: what is it and how to cure it

Let’s start with some scientific information about yeast infections. According to Wikipedia, the genus Candida and the species Candida albicans were described in 1923 by the botanist Christine Marie Berkhout in her doctoral thesis at the University of Utrecht. Over time, the classification of genera and species has evolved. There are about 150 species of …

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herbal treatment for diabetes

The use of herbs for the treatment of human diseases dates back to the prehistoric era when man was still extremely primitive. Nature has endowed humanity with the gifts of herbal treatments for many of the ailments that afflict man. Although in the prehistoric era, herbs were used indiscriminately as man was still experimenting with …

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Autoimmune diabetes (type I)

Type I diabetes affects nearly 700,000 people in the United States. It is the most common chronic metabolic disorder affecting children. Caucasian populations, especially Scandinavians, are at the highest risk, and people of Asian or African descent are at the lowest risk of developing this form of diabetes. Type I diabetes is usually diagnosed in …

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The cure for erectile dysfunction is as easy as not riding a bike

Erectile dysfunction is the repeated inability to obtain or maintain a penile erection. Many daily factors deplete energy, vitality and libido levels and cause erectile dysfunction (ED) or male impotence. Stress, aging, poor blood circulation, diabetes, and kidney disease all contribute to low testosterone levels and lack of sexual interest. Reduced blood flow to the …

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Hypertension and Diabetes

Hypertension and diabetes are very serious conditions that are life-threatening. When the two conditions combine, the result can be tragic. Unfortunately, there are also more cases of hypertension among people who already have diabetes. When you have diabetes and are later diagnosed with high blood pressure, it is essential that you stay in regular contact …

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9 common facts and myths about diabetes

There have always been different myths about diabetes. Find out here if they are true or not. Myth: Diabetes is caused by eating too much sugar. Done: Type 1 diabetes is mainly caused by genetics and different unknown triggers that cause the disease to occur. Type 2 diabetes is caused because your body cannot respond …

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Diabetes is an epidemic in the western world!

Diabetes Mellitus, or as it is commonly called “diabetes”, is a severe and widespread condition that is extremely common in the Western world. This condition is considered a growing epidemic in the developed world and is currently one of the greatest strains on global healthcare. Diabetes is one of the great health crises of the …

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Agave syrup: good or bad for diabetics?

Long used to make products with less than desirable health effects (like tequila), agave syrup (also known as agave nectar) is actually very sweet, much sweeter than sugar. As a result, due to the lower amounts required to sweeten a food, among other factors, some companies have begun to market agave nectar/syrup as a natural …

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Cure diabetes naturally

Twenty-five years ago, if your doctor told you that you had diabetes, it could be a momentous time. Diabetes, by its inherent nature, or let’s call it mere coincidence, descends on people in their fifties. Whether it was a highly successful person or someone struggling to make ends meet, medically speaking, there were no options. …

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Diabetes and associated complications

In addition, a person with diabetes can help eliminate the dental complications of diabetes by following the advice of their doctor when it comes to managing their disease. Use the glycemic index to understand which foods to avoid that will raise your glucose levels. Exercise and maintain a healthy weight. Some of the foods that …

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Healthy diet: an antidote to diabetes

Diabetes is a very common lifestyle disorder that is almost assuming epidemic proportions today. India now has the dubious distinction of being called the Diabetes Capital of the World, and alarmingly, the diabetic population according to the WHO may grow by 200% in the next 15 years. In this short article, we will discuss: a. …

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Alternative Medicine Treatment: Diabetes

Allopathic treatment In allopathic treatment, everyone is considered and treated similarly and drugs are used for the treatments. Most of these drugs are used to stop or block a particular function of an organ. Medications never correct the root cause and only provide temporary relief. Alternative medicine : The alternative medicine system considers the human …

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What are the signs and symptoms of diabetes?

Diabetes is a silent killer. Even in the United States, where there is unlimited medical access, about 16 million people are unknowingly diabetic. This is because diabetic symptoms may not appear until their blood sugar is substantially high, above 15 mmol / L. Of course, no less should be expected in places like Africa, where …

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