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Erroneous paradigms *** 12 *** Modern Medicine
Paradigm 8: Diabetes

Diabetes is a disease that meets the growing toll the world, especially in North America. Also in Poland the number of diabetics is increasing exponentially.

As the name suggests the disease is a disease involving the fact that the body can not tolerate more sugar as fuel and attempts to expel the urine. He does it at enormous expense, because the need for the large amounts of water and rozchwiewa by the body's mineral economy as a whole.



The essence of the disease (we're talking about type II diabetes targeting the elderly) is that the receptors for insulin, which determine the sugar pumped into the cells gradually cease to respond to insulin. Increasing gradually insulin resistance is part of the aging process. The speed of this process depends primarily on the amount of carbohydrate in the diet. Impact: - Increases blood sugar, - Increases in blood insulin (the pancreas produces more insulin to somehow deliver sugar to cells - The sugar in the cells lacking

In theory, doctors say to patients that they should reduce the carbohydrates in the diet. On the other hand a bid to limit fat, because "it gets from atherosclerosis." In practice, the patient is allowed to stand cukierniczki sugar, which is the second worst kind of food for humans, but the sugar in total cukierniczki man does not eat up so much ... And at least in comparison with a product that is quantitatively most important carbohydrate in our diet - flour. Half a cup of sugar nobody eats at one sitting, while a half-cup of flour with no problem (for example noodles, bun). Eat a half cup of flour at a time can be, because it is not sweet and not from the zemdli such as from sugar. Meanwhile FLOUR SUGAR IS THE SAME AS SUGAR, only that it is not sweet.

The fact that starch is sugar molecules arranged in a chain, you can already read the books in high school, and certainly for medical students.

Having already advanced in seniority once the doctor counted how many grams of sugar circulating throughout the body, if the correct blood sugar is 100 mg%? The answer is: about 10-15g.

Unfortunately, nobody in the entire study did not tell me this important information. Hardly any doctor can answer this question, but calculate it yourself is easy. Consider what happens with the 100 gram bun eaten in a single sitting? It contains about 75g of sugar, which is roughly six times that amount, which circulates blood. Without insulin, which stuffs the huge wave of incoming sugar from the gut in the corner "where possible", the level of sugar would rise to about 700 mg% - value of nearly fatal. This is also true in type I diabetics who do not produce insulin. Fortunately, to keep insulin lowers blood sugar levels, so that the maximum time (about 1 hour. After a meal) does not exceed 200 mg%. After 2 hours we are back to 100 mg%. In diabetics, this mechanism is weak, hence the blood sugar after a meal reaches up higher for longer maintained a slightly higher sugar level: about 3-4 hours.

----- Just limit your consumption of carbohydrates to less than 3-4x the 15-20g per day to reduce the shocks of sugar after meals. !! It is also important consume products with low glycemic index, that is, from which sugar is slowly absorbed into the blood. -----

An alternative to sugar as a fuel is fat and protein. Both of these compounds in a much lesser extent, require insulin for their adoption by the cells. Fat is a biochemically able to turn into sugar. Protein can be converted to sugar up to 60%. In both cases, the pancreas is not compelled to produce large amounts of insulin in a short time, so after eating the sugar fluctuations generally do not occur, and in any case, in a direct way. Protein may cause the sugar will be high in the morning on an empty stomach, when the night turns to sugar. Fat, however, with too much supply and incomplete combustion in the so-called converts. ketones, which further inhibits absorption and so weakened the sugar into the cells, resulting in diabetes in rozchwiewa.

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, MD. Piotr Krzysztof Michalak ---- To receive the Newsletter, please visit www.drMichalak.pl and enter your email address. --- If you believe that someone of your friends would add to the information in this Newsletter - please send it to him now that e-mails ... ---
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