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Avoid Diabetes Complications Help to Stop Snoring

Type 2 diabetes affects close to 135 million people worldwide. The main contributing factor in most is excessive carbohydrate consumption.
Eating excess carbohydrates on a regular basis requires the pancreas to produce large amounts of insulin, which shuttles carbohydrate sugars into cells. Eventually, the pancreas can get fatigued and stops producing enough insulin and/or cells lose sensitivity to insulin`s call. This can lead to abdominal obesity, irregular blood sugar metabolism and syndromes (hypoglycemia) and, quite possibly, diabetes.
The good news is that most of the trauma of diabetes is completely preventable. Maintaining normal blood sugar levels eliminates risk of all the complications such as vision loss, kidney disease, never damage and circulatory issues.
Food is the primary medicine in diabetes prevention and treatment. Dr. Richard K. Bernstein explains the most successful blood sugar-controlling diet in Dr. Bernstein`s Diabetes Solution (Little Brown Trade Division, 1997). He is a Type 1 diabetic with balanced blood sugars and no complications after a lifetime of having taken insulin. He eliminates cereals, bread, crackers, potatoes, pasta and desserts, replacing them with vegetables and a limited amount of fruit.
Replacing cow dairy with goat or sheep dairy is also important because it decreases the intake of saturated fats that alter the “receptor sites” on cell membranes that bind with insulin and thus allows cells to become more permeable to sugar.
Another important step is to increase fish intake for their omega-3 fatty acids to enhance the binding between insulin and cells for improved sugar uptake. Garlic decreases blood sugar. Avoid smoked meats because they destroy beta cells-the cells in the pancreas that make insulin. For more details on how to change your diet, research “glycemic index eating”. the glycemic index shows you which carbohydrate-containing foods break down slowly and minimize blood sugar rise.
Carbohydrates must be restricted and combined with fixed portions of protein. Generally, the easiest way to keep a balance of protein to carbohydrates is to have equal portions on your plate. For instance, half the space on your plate could be fish and the other half veggies. An apple could be cut into slices, and almond or sunflower seed butter put on each slice.
In short, always ask yourself, “Is my protein equivalent to my carbohydrates?” Foods high in protein include eggs, chicken, turkey, fish, meat, beans, legumes, nuts and seeds. Low-glycemic carbohydrates include most vegetables and fruit (check the glycemic index as there are some exceptions).
Be aware that increases in blood glucose (sugar) can result from the use of cortisone, birth control pills and inhalers. Also, high iron intake, heavy metals, hypothyroidism and viral colds can cause pancreatic damage and thus impair insulin production.
Use of Splenda as a sugar replacement decreases the vitamin biotin, which helps to stabilize blood sugar. Use stevia instead. 
The most important nutrients to consider supplementing with include niacinamide, a slow-release from of vitamin B3, biotin, zinc, chromium, magnesium, manganese and vitamins C, E and B6.
The most effective herbs in diabetes treatment appear to be gymnema, syzygium, fenugreek, taraxacum, opalopanax, momordica, cinnamon and fennel-usually in some combination in a tincture form.
A tremendous life and health-giving opportunity is given to those diabetics who address the cause of their disease and work through the challenge. It takes time, support and guidance from a health-care professional experienced with this approach, but the rewards are certainly worth the effort.

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