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Diet For Sugar Patients
refers to all the physical matter humans (like all living creatures) must take in on a recurring basis; only partially for energy. Like all life on planet humans are open systems which keep tearing down their structure & require intake of atoms/molecules from which to rebuild their structure. Intestinal lining cells replaced ~every 3 days. CaPO4 in bones ~every 6 years, ...Read more
Table sugar: Sucrose, simple table sugar derived from sugar beets or sugar cane, is digested to glucose and fructose. Sucrose contains no galactose. Fructose is the simple sugar found in most fruits. Lactose, the sugar found in dairy products, is digested to glucose & galactose. You will need to avoid all dairy products. ...Read more
Cancer cell loves sugar.R fruits not suitable as cancer patients' diet? Read sum books tat veggie n fruit diet can inhibit cancer cell.Is tat correc?
Not effective: Cancer cells survive by outcompeting your normal cells. They certainly thrive on sugar, but all cells do. If you were to limit sugar, to starve out cancer, you would starve out every other cell as well. Veggie and fruit diets have health benefits but no proven anti-cancer benefits. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Diabetic's prognosis: You have not provided enough information. What is the sex, age, race and weight of the person you are referring to? Does the person have high bp? He/she needs to see a nephrologist and have his/her kidneys evaluated as well as have a renal ultrasound. In addition blood work will have to be sent off and any hypertension present will need to be treated. If the person is obese, weight loss may help. ...Read more
Being type 2 diebitic patient with medication tab glycomet250 , sugar level not under control i.E. Minm 150fasting/250pp. No effect since last 6months?
Diabetes: Well, glycomet 250 mg is definitely a very low dose. I start patients on 500 mg twice daily x 1-2 weeks to make sure they tolerate it and if their diabetes is poorly controlled, i quickly bump it up to 1000 mg twice daily if tolerable. Make sure to take it with food. Also, you may need another medication on top of it. Metformin doesn't affect kidney but is not indicated in low kidney function. ...Read more
Serious: I assume you mean taking a diabetic patients medications when you are not diabetic? If that is what you mean, than stop immediately. Low sugars can result in a non-diabetic if taking certain diabetic medications. Discuss with your dr. If you feel you have diabetes and need treatment, which would then be tailored to you. ...Read more
Diabetes?: Are you maybe referring to diabetes? I've heard some people refer to this condition as "sugar." anyway, symptoms of diabetes can be frequent urination, unusual thirst, extreme hunger, unusual weight loss, fatigue, irritability, frequent infections, cuts/bruises that don't heal, tingling/numbness in hands & feet, recurring skin and bladder infections, etc. See your doctor if these are happening. ...Read more
Yes: Look at carbohydrate content to decide how much is ok for sugars, but overall almonds are a very good healthy snack. ...Read more
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