Il diabete e una malattia cronica dovuta a un’alterazione nella produzione dell’insulina da parte del pancreas che provoca un aumento del livello di glucosio nel sangue. In questo tipo di malattia, il pancreas non e piu in grado di produrre insulina per cui il paziente deve assumere quest’ormone per tutta la vita attraverso iniezione. E’ una malattia per cui purtroppo non e ancora stato individuato un sistema di prevenzione e nonostante i vari tentativi fallimentari, la ricerca prosegue.
Il diabete di tipo 2, invece, e la forma piu diffusa di diabete e interessa piu o meno il 90% dei diabetici. In questo tipo di patologia la componente ereditaria e davvero decisiva: si calcola che ben il 40% dei diabetici di tipo 2 ha parenti di primo grado a loro volta diabetici e nei gemelli monozigoti la malattia colpisce in quasi il 100% dei casi entrambi i gemelli o nessuno. A differenza del diabete di tipo 1, questa malattia esordisce in modo molto piu lento e silente nei primi anni, per cui, quando i sintomi non sono ancora conclamati, non e raro scoprirla casualmente, nel corso dei normali check up medici oppure in caso di interventi chirurgici. Leggi questo documento del Ministero della Salute per capire ancora meglio la genesi del diabete.
I sintomi del diabete di tipo 1 e di quello di tipo 2 sono gli stessi, anche se nel diabete di tipo 2 tendono a comparire in modo molto piu sfumato e leggero e meno acuto.
Oltre a questi sintomi, c’e poi il sintomo per eccellenza, l’aumento della glicemia che viene solitamente identificato anche in modo casuale attraverso le analisi del sangue di routine.
E’ fondamentale non sottovalutare la serieta del diabete e la necessita di riuscire a prevenirlo o a gestirlo, prima ancora che con le medicine, con l’adozione di uno stile di vita sano.
Sara quindi fondamentale, soprattutto se hai verificato di avere almeno un fattore di rischio, rispettare queste semplici regole che hanno dimostrato di dare risultati molto piu apprezzabili rispetto alle medicine. Secondo alcuni studi importanti come il Diabetes Prevention Program e il Finnish Diabetes Prevention Study, la sola alimentazione sana e l’attivita fisica sono in grado di ridurre drasticamente il rischio di diabete: si parla di percentuali davvero significative, tra il 58 e il 60%.
Le regole per prevenire o gestire il diabete sono semplici e garantiscono in tutti i casi di diabete di tipo 2 un ottimo risultato. E’ fondamentale, dunque, innanzitutto correggere l’alimentazione, assumendo pochi grassi e zuccheri semplici e aumentando le quantita di frutta e, soprattutto, di verdura.
Tra i carboidrati complessi, dovrai preferire quelli integrali (pane e pasta) perche il loro maggiore apporto di fibre rallenta notevolmente l’assimilazione degli zuccheri e dunque riduce il picco glicemico post-prandiale.
Tra la frutta, dovrai evitare o limitare notevolmente l’assunzione di quella piu dolce, come uva, cachi, fichi e banane e dovrai preferire la frutta piu acidula come mele verdi e agrumi. Fondamentali nell’alimentazione di chi ha il diabete o vuole prevenirlo, anche le proteine vegetali derivate dai preziosissimi legumi e quelle animali che possono essere assunte preferibilmente tramite pesce, carni bianche e latticini magri. Probabilmente sai gia che il diabetico dovra considerare il saccarosio, il comune zucchero da tavola, un vero e proprio veleno: esistono in commercio vari dolcificanti alternativi. Se vuoi qualche semplice informazione in piu sull’alimentazione nel paziente diabetico puoi scaricare comodamente questo pdf che ti spiega come un alimento incide su un non diabetico e su un diabetico.
L’attivita fisica e una componente fondamentale nello stile di vita di chi vuole prevenire o gestire il diabete. Le migliori attivita aerobiche sono il nuoto, la corsa o, se sei in sovrappeso o semplicemente sei fuori allenamento, puoi dedicarti alla camminata.
Il walking, cioe la camminata a passo sostenuto, e secondo i medici una delle migliori attivita in assoluto perche non sollecita troppo le articolazioni e si puo praticare facilmente per tempi prolungati. La dolce vita ti offre ricette, tabelle nutrizionali e consigli di allenamento utilissimi ma anche altre app o fonti web sono reperibili facilmente. E se vuoi saperne di piu, leggi la nostra guida sul diabete, con dettagli, suggerimenti e consigli utili per convivere bene con questa malattia. Most people believe that people with type 1 diabetes are not insulin resistant simply because they are not overweight.  This could not be farther from the truth. Over the past decade, I have helped many people with type 1 diabetes measure, track and reverse insulin resistance. By measuring their baseline insulin resistance, we were able to identify an impaired ability to utilize glucose as a fuel, and through dedicated diet modification and frequent exercise, some of my clients have reduced their insulin usage by as much as 60%. If you have type 1 diabetes, do not be fooled into thinking that you are insulin sensitive simply because you are skinny.
Insulin resistance underlies all forms of diabetes, and is a condition which primarily affects your muscles, liver and adipose tissue.
Many people think that diabetes is caused by an excess intake of sugar and candy starting from a young age.
Diabetes is caused by a fat metabolism disorder, which results in a glucose metabolism disorder. This concept is one of the most fundamental realities that can significantly improve your ability to control blood glucose.
Importantly, insulin resistance is a risk factor for many chronic health conditions, including heart disease, high blood pressure (hypertension), high cholesterol, cancer, diabetes, Alzheimer’s disease, kidney failure, stroke and nerve damage. Unfortunately, insulin resistance is grossly misunderstood, and as a result there are many fad diets that claim to improve overall health but actually increase insulin resistance. But you are highly intelligent, highly motivated and are capable of applying these powerful methods to your daily life, and experience the difference that it makes first hand. A wealth of evidence supports the concept that insulin resistance results from the accumulation of excess fatty acids in tissues that are not designed to store fat, such as the liver and muscle. There is only one tissue in your body that is designed to store fat, and that tissue is called adipose tissue (fat tissue). Most importantly, fat tissue is an elastic tissue which expands and contracts in response to periods of high and low fatty acid availability.
This very elastic behavior of adipose tissue is exactly what results in weight gain and weight loss, and can be manipulated to your advantage if weight loss is your long-term goal. We’ve all heard that you should eat less sugar, and eliminate food additives like high fructose corn syrup, because they increase your risk for cancer, heart disease and diabetes. One simple way that refined carbohydrates promote diabetes is specifically by causing insulin resistance in the liver. If you haven’t done so already, thank your liver for acting as a glucose sponge every time you eat carbohydrates – it is literally sparing other tissues from metabolic damage caused by the rapid appearance of glucose. When you eat refined carbohydrates – most often disguised as sugarnyms in packaged and processed food products – the breakdown products of these artificial sweeteners (mainly glucose and fructose) flood your liver immediately.
Your liver, acting as the Mother Teresa of your GI tract, quickly uptakes glucose and fructose to protect your heart, brain, muscle and other vital organs. Excess glucose and fructose are then converted into fatty acids and stored as triglycerides in your liver via a process called de novo lipogenesis, a latin term meaning “the synthesis of fat from non-fat precursors” (28–30). Your liver becomes “dumb” to insulin, and is no longer able to respond to insulin effectively, resulting in liver insulin resistance. Your liver secretes and exports excess glucose, resulting in chronically elevated blood glucose values.
Mitochondria oxidize or “burn” carbohydrates, amino acids and fatty acids for energy, yielding ATP. Insufficient movement results in low mitochondrial number and a reduced ability to “burn” fuels. Since muscle tissue occupies more than 40% of the human body by mass, a reduced ability of muscle mitochondria to burn fatty acids and glucose for energy is partly responsible for feelings of low energy and sluggishness that many people with diabetes experience. Insulin resistance is a metabolic disaster for muscle tissue, and reversing insulin resistance involves the direct “reprogramming” of muscle mitochondria.


More importantly, defective muscle mitochondrial function often induces a mild inflammatory state within the muscle tissue that results in the production of blood borne myokines that signal a state of stress to circulating immune cells. The take home message of this article is simple: insulin resistance has 3 very clear causes, and taking a series of specific actions can result in significantly increased insulin sensitivity in a short period of time.
If you have type 1 diabetes, do not be mistaken into thinking that you are insulin sensitive simply because you are normal weight or skinny. If you have type 2 diabetes, insulin resistance is the underlying cause of high blood sugar.
In both situations, a very specific set of actions will result in increased insulin sensitivity, and in a series of upcoming articles I’ll share those exact methods.
Massao Hirabara S, de Oliveira Carvalho CR, Mendonca JR, Piltcher Haber E, Fernandes LC, Curi R. Diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at the age of 22, I have spent over a decade learning the fundamentals of nutrition at the doctorate level.
That's why I've spent over 10 years developing a rock solid system that can minimize blood glucose variability and insulin resistance. This artifact I chose meets the criteria for the objective because it shows the lab design for food testing.
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This Activity meets the criteria for the objective because it shows the difference in the hemoglobin of people with sickle cell and people without it. This lab meets the criteria for the objective because it shows exactly where and how blood moves through the heart. Diabetes is the leading cause of blindness in American adults between the ages of 20 to 74. Though the term is bandied about a great deal, a ‘diabetes diet’ is not a prescriptive eating plan. A new study suggests that low levels of melatonin and type 2 diabetes may be strongly linked. Reversing pre diabetes is possible with a healthy diet and a regular exercise routine, and doing so will help lower your risk of a range of medical complications, from peripheral neuropathy (nerve damage) to nephropathy (kidney damage). Type 2 diabetes is one of the most common chronic diseases, affecting millions of Americans.
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L’insulina e un ormone che consente il passaggio del glucosio dal sangue alle singole cellule dove viene trasformato in energia e poi immagazzinato a livello del fegato in forma di glicogeno. Il diabete di tipo 1 e considerato una malattia autoimmune: viene scatenata, secondo alcune ricerche, da una risposta autoimmunitaria violenta che attacca le cellule ? del pancreas, preposte alla produzione di insulina, distruggendole completamente. In questo caso le cellule del pancreas riescono ancora a produrre insulina ma per qualche motivo ancora poco conosciuto l’organismo non riesce a utilizzarla. Anche se, pero, sulla familiarita non si puo intervenire, prevenire o gestire il diabete di tipo 2 e possibile e relativamente semplice. Primo fra tutti, la polidipsia, cioe un aumento anomalo della sete, non legato all’aumento del caldo o all’aumento dell’attivita fisica.
Il diabete, infatti, tende nel corso del tempo a provocare una serie di altre patologie serie che vanno a complicare il quadro clinico del paziente: nefropatia, neuropatia e retinopatia, aterosclerosi, malattie cardiache, ictus e ulcere diabetiche.
Il controllo dei grassi assunti tramite l’alimentazione sara fondamentale per prevenire l’ipercolesterolemia e l’aumento della pressione arteriosa, spessissimo associate all’insorgenza del diabete. La cosa migliore, pero, e disabituarsi, anche lentamente, al sapore dolce, in modo da evitare non solo lo zucchero aggiunto ma anche i dolcificanti artificiali che sono spesso tacciati di provocare l’insorgenza di altre patologie.
A essere raccomandata dai medici di tutto il mondo e soprattutto l’attivita aerobica che permette di tenere sotto controllo i livelli di glicemia nel sangue, la pressione arteriosa e soprattutto il peso corporeo. Una passeggiata di 30 minuti o, meglio, 45 minuti al giorno da risultati davvero ottimi sia a livello fisico che mentale: favorisce il dimagrimento, tiene sotto controllo la pressione arteriosa e la glicemia e favorisce lo smaltimento degli accumuli adiposi addominali, quelli piu pericolosi in assoluto.
While insulin resistance affects many overweight individuals, many people with type 1 diabetes remain skinny their entire lives despite a large degree of insulin resistance (1–3).
In practice, 100% of all my clients with type 1 diabetes suffer from insulin resistance despite the assumption that they were insulin sensitive. Insulin resistance is a hidden condition, and affects both normal weight and overweight individuals (1–3). While eating artificial sweeteners and drinking soda can certainly increase your risk for the development of insulin resistance and diabetes, in most cases diabetes is caused by excessive FAT intake.
At the heart of all forms of diabetes is insulin resistance, a condition fueled primarily by the intake and accumulation of excess fat across many tissues. While most diabetes education will instruct you to count and minimize your carbohydrate intake, this does nothing to treat the underlying condition of insulin resistance. As a consumer, it is very challenging to understand exactly what information to ingest and what information to disregard.
As these tissues accumulate fat over time, they experience cellular distress and mitochondrial dysfunction, which then results in a significantly impaired ability to respond to insulin (4–27).
Fat tissue is perfectly designed to uptake, store and export fatty acids, and possesses all of the enzymatic machinery to do so. Think of your liver as a glucose sponge, whose responsibility is to uptake glucose when it first appears in your bloodstream. In the same way that a power plant produces electricity for a city, mitochondria are responsible for the production of energy derived from the breakdown of carbohydrates and fatty acids.
ATP is the cellular form of energy utilized by cellular processes all throughout the body, providing the energy to pump your heart, power neurons in your brain, contract muscles in your limbs, exchange gases in your lungs, extract nutrients from food and regulate body temperature, to name just a few. As a result, the muscle tissue is prone to accumulating fatty acids as triglycerides, resulting in insulin resistance.
Insulin resistance in children and adolescents with type 1 diabetes mellitus: relation to obesity.
Increased lipid availability impairs insulin-stimulated ATP synthesis in human skeletal muscle. Palmitate acutely raises glycogen synthesis in rat soleus muscle by a mechanism that requires its metabolization (Randle cycle). Saturated fatty acid-induced insulin resistance is associated with mitochondrial dysfunction in skeletal muscle cells. Mechanism by which fatty acids inhibit insulin activation of insulin receptor substrate-1 (IRS-1)-associated phosphatidylinositol 3-kinase activity in muscle.
Free fatty acid-induced insulin resistance is associated with activation of protein kinase C theta and alterations in the insulin signaling cascade. Mechanisms underlying skeletal muscle insulin resistance induced by fatty acids: importance of the mitochondrial function. Differential effects of monounsaturated, polyunsaturated and saturated fat ingestion on glucose-stimulated insulin secretion, sensitivity and clearance in overweight and obese, non-diabetic humans.
Dietary Fat Acutely Increases Glucose Concentrations and Insulin Requirements in Patients With Type 1 Diabetes Implications for carbohydrate-based bolus dose calculation and intensive diabetes management.


Does the fat-protein meal increase postprandial glucose level in type 1 diabetes patients on insulin pump: the conclusion of a randomized study. Time-course effects of physiological free fatty acid surges on insulin sensitivity in humans. Not only does this show the lab design, it also shows the variables I used for the experiment. It accurately shows the cell, blood stream, cell membrane, glucose, insulin, insulin receptors, and Glu4. This activity also showed us where the mutation occurred and how it changes the hemoglobin. If you have Type 2 diabetes and eyesight problems such as blurred vision, this may be an early symptom of diabetic retinopathy. It simply means adopting healthy eating habits that can prevent – and even reverse – the symptoms of diabetes. Melatonin is a hormone that plays a significant role in the regulation of the body’s sleep-wake cycle and biological clock.
If you’re already following a diabetic diet, you probably know to choose whole grains to control blood sugar levels. Those who drank the liquid, a mixture of ketones and glucose, rode a quarter of a mile further in the half-hour test than those who did not.
Quando il pancreas non produce piu insulina o non ne produce a sufficienza, il glucosio rimane in circolo nel sangue a livelli anomali, causando iperglicemia e una serie di patologie associate.Esistono due tipologie di diabete, ben diverse fra loro, la cui prima classificazione e stata proposta nel lontano XI secolo da Avicenna. In questo caso si parla di LADA, cioe di Late Autoimmune Diabetes in Adults e la malattia ha un decorso piu lento. Questa reazione autoimmune puo essere scatenata nell’organismo anche dall’attacco del virus del morbillo, dell’epatite, della parotite, dal citomegalovirus o del Coxsackie virus. Questo tipo di patologia insorge in eta adulta, dopo i 40 anni ed e favorita da numerosi fattori, tra cui: familiarita, sedentarieta, sovrappeso o obesita, appartenenza ad alcune etnie. E’ sufficiente mettere in atto una serie di comportamenti e abitudini sane che ti consentiranno di tenere sotto controllo l’assunzione di zuccheri e l’aumento sistematico della glicemia.
Altri sintomi inconfondibili sono la poliuria, cioe l’aumento ingiustificato delle urine, una sensazione di persistenza stanchezza, secchezza della pelle, aumento delle infezioni e perdita di peso. Anche se i valori di glicemia non superano questi livelli, il medico puo sospettare un caso di diabete non conclamato. E’ fondamentale, dunque, mettere in atto una serie di comportamenti preventivi che permettano di evitare l’aggravarsi della situazione clinica e di mantenere nel tempo un ottimo livello qualitativo di vita. Fondamentale, infine, limitare al massimo l’assunzione di alcolici concedendosi al massimo 1 bicchiere di vino al giorno. Se vuoi rispettare le indicazioni dei medici, dovrai dedicarti a un’attivita moderata per almeno 150 minuti a settimana. In fact, minimizing carbohydrate intake results in an increase in fat intake, which makes you more insulin resistant over time. Food manufacturers take advantage of this, and intentionally deceive people into buying their products. In this way, your liver is actually protecting other tissues against large glucose surges following a carbohydrate-rich meal. Endokrynol Diabetol Chor Przemiany Materii Wieku Rozw Organ Pol Tow Endokrynol Dzieciecych. During this lab I learned what type of foods contain the most glucose, protein, lipids, and starch. I learned about the treatment, how a diabetic body works, diabetic diets, health problems that can occur and so much more.
Another reason it meets the criteria is because it accurately shows the differences between what happens in type 1 and type 2 diabetes. The condition generally affects both eyes and is caused by damage to the delicate blood vessels in the retina. A diabetes diet consists of moderate portions of nutritious foods that are low in fat and calories, with an emphasis on fruits, vegetables and grains. While additional research is needed, it appears that this key hormone is one more piece of the puzzle in deciphering the risk factors for type 2 diabetes.
If you have type 2 diabetes, it’s important to manage your condition properly to avoid the risk of serious complications, and early detection is critical.
After I was diagnosed my parents weighed everything I ate, counted carbs, and decided on how much insulin I needed. Probabilmente esiste anche una predisposizione genetica che favorisce l’insorgere del diabete giovanile. Piu che di una dieta, dunque, si trattera di definire e mantenere uno stile di vita adeguato, sia come forma di prevenzione che di cura della patologia. Quest’ultimo sintomo, conosciuto anche come polifagia, e spesso inaspettato e poco conosciuto: il paziente prova un aumento della fame e dunque mangia piu del normale ma tende a dimagrire. Il paziente in questi casi viene sottoposto a un test di curva da carico: gli vengono somministrati 75 g di glucosio e si tiene sotto controllo l’andamento della sua glicemia nelle ore successive. Minimizing carbohydrate intake only treats the symptoms of diabetes (high blood sugar), and often results in increased insulin resistance over time. This affects the structure of the hemoglobin because glutamic acid is hydrophillic and valine is hydrophobic. I learned how to make a gel and I learned how to properly use a micropipetter to load DNA into the wells Lastly, I learned about hypercholesterolemia and how it affects the body. These microvascular complications are attributed to high blood sugar levels, which can also cause kidney and heart disease, and lead to stroke. Bisogna ricordare che, in presenza dei fattori di rischio, la possibilita di contrarre il diabete di tipo 2 aumenta con l’avanzare dell’eta: sara quindi sempre piu importante superata la mezza eta adottare una strategia preventiva a tutto tondo. I didn't know this much about diabetics and diabetic diets at the beginning of the semester.
At the beginning of the semester I barely even knew what a feedback response was or how it worked.
Before the semester I had no idea why a difference in one amino acid can change everything. Before this semester I only knew some parts of the heart, but now I know all of them and how blood flows through the heart.
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