In modern age ‘Madhumeha’ i.e. Diabetes Mellitus has become a major problem, commonly in socio-economically improved part of the society. Type II Diabetes is known as the ‘Disease of Affluent’ which arises in people who have “too much; too much food, too much leisure, too much comfort.” Oversleeping especially during the day, lack of exercise, laziness and overeating especially of cold, oily, sweet, fatty things, which increase kapha are said to cause the disease that we know as Type II Diabetes Mellitus.
While Insulin and Allopathic drugs can keep a diabetic’s blood sugar at or near normal levels, they cannot prevent the varied complications such as:-
- Neuropathy is nerve damage. It can cause problems in legs as well as other systems in the body.
- Retinopathy is damage to the eyes.
- Nephropathy is kidney disease. The kidneys filter waste out of the blood when they don’t work well, poisons can build up.
- Heart disease is more common in people with diabetes.
- Gastroparesis which is a delay of a stomach’s emptying, literally signifies a partial paralysis of the stomach.
- Cognitive Impairment While people who have diabetes may experience memory problems and cognitive impairment.
- Atherosclerosis is more commonly identified as a hardening or clogging of the arteries and is caused by a build-up of fatty material that restricts blood flow
- Hypertension or high blood pressure, is another leading complication for diabetics. This condition arises within 65% of people who have diabetes.
Diabetacure is helpful in controlling onset of all these complications, apart from controlling blood sugar level. Ingredients of Diabetacure have been specially selected so that they prevent these complications from occurring. Diabetacure should also be taken by people who have a family history of Diabetes i.e. some one in their blood relation has been a patient of Diabetes because Diabetacure prevents onset of Diabetes.
Symptoms of Diabetes
Millions of people have diabetes and don’t even know it because the symptoms develop so gradually, people often don’t recognize them. Some people, particularly pre-diabetics, have no symptoms at all. Diabetics may have SOME or NONE of the following symptoms:
- Frequent urination
- Excessive thirst
- Extreme hunger
- Unexplained weight loss
- Sudden vision changes
- Tingling or numbness in hands or feet
- Poor circulation
- Poor sleep
- Feeling very tired much of the time
- Very dry skin
- Sores that are slow to heal
- More infections than usual
Dos and Don’ts for Diabetics
- Eat food at fixed hours. Make sure that you have three proper meals & light snacks in between
- Eat about the same amounts of food each day
- Eat slowly and chew your food well before you swallow
- Drink sufficient amounts of water that will help flush the toxins off your system
- Include fresh vegetable salad in every meal
- Take your medicines at the same time every day and exercise at about the same time every day
- Fat free milk, yogurt, and cheese to be taken
- Eggs whites can be included
- White meat – chicken and fish are good
- Have beverages – Tea or coffee with out sugar or with sugar free in it
- Increase fibre intake in the form of raw fruits, vegetables and whole cereals
- Include sprouts in your diet
- Intake of bitter gourd, fenugreek, Indian blackberry (jamun), flaxseed, cinnamon, garlic, and onion are known to considerably reduce blood glucose level
- Check your feet for cuts, blisters, and swelling which are likely to result from diabetes-related nerve damage
- Have good sleep daily
- Check your blood sugar level regularly and also check the other tests such as kidney function, liver function, heart function, ketone levels as required
- Check your weight from time to time, and always maintain an ideal body weight
- Do not skip meals and medicine times
- Do not eat directly after a workout
- Do not overeat
- Do not fry foods. Instead bake, boil, poach or sautein a nonstick pan. Use less oil in cooking
- Eat less high-fat red meat and avoid organ meats
- Limit the use of condiments such as ketchup, Soya sauce, mustard and salad dressings as they’re high in salt and can be high in sugar, too
- Limit your salt intake
- Avoid white flour, white rice, potatoes, carrots, breads and bananas as they increase the blood-sugar levels
- Avoid milk cream, egg yolk or food items cooked in coconut milk
- Avoid processed, ready-to-eat food preparations, sweets and sugary drinks (canned beverages) that provide empty calories
- Choose fresh foods over canned
- Quit smoking
- Stop alcohol consumption
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