From 1997 to 2011, the age-adjusted percentage of people aged 35 years or older with diabetes who reported having coronary heart disease, stroke, or other heart disease showed little or no change. Unfortunately for those of us who like a milky brew, the health benefits only come from black or green tea. Type 2 diabetes is caused by insulin resistance, which occurs when we stop being sensitive to insulin. High blood pressure affects eight out of 10 people with type 2 diabetes, and three out of 10 people with type 1 diabetes.
For those of us at risk of type 2 diabetes, three to five cups of black tea per day helps stop type 2 diabetes from developing.
Tea contains theanine, an amino acid that controls blood pressure levels and lowers stress. First and foremost, there are two types of Diabetes, and they are very different from one another. Diabetes is a serious health condition that not only affects your lifestyle, but puts you at risk for other health conditions including high blood pressure, stroke, and nerve damage.  Many Americans are at risk for type 2 diabetes, and the numbers are growing yearly. One change that I always recommend to my clients when we discuss lifestyle-eating, and healthy living options that can be made, is to give up soda. People often look at me, horrified.  They would rather I ask them to nibble on a pigs ear!  Here are some facts for you about regular and diet sodas and what they do to your body and your mind.
But many people with Diabetes are not aware that uncontrolled blood sugar can lead to problems relating to their oral health.
There’s a correlation between high blood glucose levels and an increased risk of gum disease. In addition, the areas around the teeth become populated with bacteria (and subsequent infections) and this in turn leads to an increase in blood sugar.
Fact: Diabetics are more susceptible to bacterial infections and a decreased ability to fight bacteria that enter the gums. This all comes back to our overall Wellness and how we all need to work on every aspect of ourselves…our mind, body and soul.
Fat is important because it is a source of energy and provides fat-soluble vitamins and essential fatty acids (EFAs).
The down side is that eating too much fat of any kind can lead to weight gain, heart disease, type 2 diabetes and high blood pressure.
Of all the numbers that you remember—passwords, credit cards, social security number—there’s one number that always drives you crazy. The MetLife Height Weight Tables were used for years to determine if you were at an optimal height and I believe it’s still one of the best assessments most can use.


Where your fat is at is also important because fat that’s deposited in the hips and butt is less of a health risk compared to ab fat. A new way to asses risky body fat has been developed in the UK that is thought to be even more sensitive than simply measuring your waist.
I prefer the waist to height chart, you can also simply measure your waist to see if you need to lose weight. To calculate your waist size, put the tape measure horizontally around the level of the top of your hip bones.
If your waist is over 35 inches, you are at increased risk for adverse health effects and should take steps to cut back on calories.
Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs) such as type 2 diabetes, obesity, heart disease and cancer have become the major causes of disability and death in this country. We urge everybody to be part of NMM included organizations, both from the public, and the private sectors to collaborate with us and becoming a developed and healthy nation. Data computed by personnel in the CDC's Division of Diabetes Translation, National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion.
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Not being sensitive to insulin means the pancreas has to produce more and more, which can destroy insulin-producing cells over time.
Many people engage in a variety of defenses and excuses when faced with the diagnosis of Type 2 Diabetes.
Whether the patient is diagnosed with Type 1 or Type 2, the health care issues involved are painful and costly.  Peripheral neuropathy is a painful and difficult to treat complication of diabetes. If your blood sugar levels are not controlled, then this can lead to such systemic disorders as heart disease, stroke and kidney disease. And not only do the gums become infected, but we also tend to lose the bone that is holding onto the roots of the teeth.
Infections lead to an increase in blood sugar and this makes the diabetes harder to control…again…a vicious circle.
It transports the fat-soluble vitamins around the body and provides protection to the internal organs. Eating too much of the wrong kind of fat can raise blood cholesterol increasing the risk of heart disease. Your ideal weight.  You probably have a number in mind, but how did you arrive at it?  Is it a reasonable weight that falls within the ranges provided on doctor-approved charts?
That’s why I always focus on helping women reduce their percent body fat through diet and exercise rather than being too concerned about overall body weight.


Even women of the same height, won’t necessarily have the same body types as your body weight and body fat are impacted by your genetic background, how much you exercise and to some extent, how old you are. The Body Mass Index replaced the MetLife tables as the standard medical professionals use to determine whether or not you’re at a healthy weight or have too much body fat. Carrying extra weight in your middle increases risk for heart disease, type 2 diabetes, breast cancer and other chronic conditions.
The key objectives are to promote healthy eating & active living as keys to maintain healthy weight, reduce risk of diseases and promote overall health among general population.
Unfortunately, ignoring the information isn’t an answer that will help or resolve anything. Use our healthy weight chart and other tools that healthcare professionals use to help determine a healthy weight for our clients.
A body fat between 25 and 30% is a good goal for most women; athletes will be somewhere between 12 and 18% and fit women will be around 18-22% body fat. Despite being the most harmful place to store body fat, the good news about being an “apple” is that the fat in your middle is easier to whittle compared to fat that resides in your hips and butt.
Pull the tape measure until it’s snugly around your middle but isn’t pushing into your skin.
Poor lifestyle habits, especially unhealthy diet and lack of physical activity are to blame for these deadly diseases. Or, is it the weight you were when you got married or what you weighed when you graduated from high school? Of course, using a body fat scale (ie Tanita scale) is an excellent option for anyone who is concerned about their physique. Another easy way to think about it: your waist circumference should be less than half of your height. Take action today to adopt a healthy eating pattern and being physically active to prevent against these diseases.
Limit the number of high-fat snacks you eat particularly crisps, cakes and biscuits which all contain hidden fats.
Cheese, milk, cream and yogurts contain different levels of fat so it is worth opting for low-fat dairy products.



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Comments

  1. Princ_Baku

    Critics argue that the diet has a diuretic risk.

    01.05.2016

  2. Romantic_Essek

    High fiber, low it's important to restrict fats elsewhere in the food regimen young.

    01.05.2016