Studies have indicated an apparent correlation between sufferers of type 1 and type 2 diabetes.
It is a major, independent risk factor for cardiovascular disease (CVD, and the chief risk factor for stroke (accounted for about 62% of strokes). It’s often called “the silent killer” because it can be asymptomatic for many years, and people suffering of this problem can have a sudden fatal heart attack.
Elevated blood pressure levels are a common and important risk factor also for kidney failure.
Above-optimal blood pressure levels, not yet in the hypertensive range or prehypertensive, also confer excess cardiovascular disease risk, as it is shown by the fact that almost a third of blood pressure-related deaths from coronary heart disease are estimated to occur in no hypertensive individuals with systolic blood pressure levels of 120 to 139 mm Hg or diastolic blood pressure levels of 80 to 89 mm Hg (approximately 31% of the general population have blood pressure in the no hypertensive, yet above optimal blood pressure range). More than half of American adult population is included, considering hypertensive together with prehypertensive.
Note: on average, blacks have higher blood pressure levels than non-blacks and an increased risk of blood pressure-related complications, particularly stroke and kidney failure. The prevalence of the disease rises with increasing age: over half the adult population older than 60 years has hypertension.
The age-related risk of high blood pressure is a function of life-style variables rather than just aging. Studies on vegetarians living in industrialized countries have shown that such dietary habits are associated with a markedly lower blood pressure levels compared with non-vegetarians; furthermore there is a lower age-related rise in blood pressure.
According to a study by a team research of Johns Hopkins University (USA), prevention of hypertension begins in childhood. A meta-analyses conducted on studies from diverse population, examining the tracking of blood pressure levels from childhood to adulthood published between January 1970 and July 2006, have shown that childhood blood pressure is associated with blood pressure in later life and elevated childhood blood pressure is likely to help predict adult hypertension (note: recent studies show that increased blood pressure levels among children is related to the growing obesity epidemic).
In the last two decades a downward trend of blood pressure has been documented in the USA; the adoption of healthier lifestyle have contributed to this trend and it has given diet a prominent role Moreover, between 1980 and 2000 also the rate of death from coronary heart disease was halved and approximately half the decrease was attributable to changes in major risk factors including reductions in total cholesterol, systolic blood pressure levels (20%), smoking and physical inactivity).
These changes need not be made one at a time: the best results are achieved when they are together as shown by two trials in which multicomponent interventions substantially lowered blood pressure levels in hypertensive and nonhypertensive participants. The average American adolescent male is said to consume 75 grams of fructose per day – way over the suggest limit of 20 grams!
Most health problems we have today can be traced back to the foods we eat and choose not to eat. I use tools from Chiropractic and Applied Kinesiology to help my patients remove stumbling blocks in their health.
Protein has been buzzing around in recent years as the key to weight loss, muscle growth and the elixir to longevity, but in the latest study these previous opinions are getting challenged. What you need to know is that eating high levels of animal protein (under the age of 65) has been linked to the increase risk of death from cancer or diabetes, and almost double the risk of dying from any cause. The study suggests that eating proteins like meat, eggs and dairy can be as bad as smoking (eek!). Proteins that come plant-based foods like vegetables and legumes are still okay to consume in small doses. Good news, protein is still great for weight loss, and we're pretty sure it's not going away anytime soon.
Diabetes is a metabolic disorder characterized by an inefficiency to respond to the glucose requirements of the body, a process largely regulated by the popular hormone known as insulin.
However, it is known that diabetes can arise as a consequence of obesity, without the participation of the same genetic failures that give rise to type I diabetes. The genetically modified mice used in this study are defective in a signaling pathway controlled by the hormone leptin, which regulates apetite and metabolism in different ways, leading to an increased body weight among other symptoms. The study presented by Chan and collaborators 1 puts forward a new and interesting point of view: the work is based in the comparison of two types of genetically modified mice, both of them suffering from obesity and insulin resistance (although each mouse strain is defective in different individual genes, both of them are related to the hormone leptin which regulates food intake and energetic metabolism). The starting point for the study (scientists usually work following clues, like detectives) was the suggestion by other authors that one of the events that contribute to β-cell failure is the stress suffered by the endoplasmic reticulum (from now on, ER stress). A question that arises is whether these particular molecular processes, and not others, are the only starting events that finally lead β-cells to death, or simply consequences of other yet unveiled failures of the cellular system. What underlies this landscape of expression profiles is that the incapacity of cells to overcome a sustained exposure to unfolded proteins and ER stress is one of the first and main contributors to a loss of the β-cell phenotype.
Unfolded protein response and oxidative stress are arising as otherwise normal cell processes which are severely altered in many disorders, in which they also play a feedback process that worsens the situation (oxidation of proteins contributes to improper folding).


Chan JY, Luzuriaga J, Bensellam M, Biden TJ, Laybutt DR (2012) Failure of the Adaptive Unfolded Protein Response in Islets of Obese Mice Is Linked With Abnormalities in β-Cell Gene Expression and Progression to Diabetes. This work by Mapping Ignorance is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0. The hormones manufactured by the thyroid gland help in regulation of the cell activity in our bodies. A test to check TSH levels is normally recommended every 5 years to detect any starting symptoms of hyperthyroidism. If undetected and untreated, other symptoms may manifest themselves which will require more insulin or medication to lower blood glucose levels.
Prehypertensive people have a high risk (90%) of eventually developing hypertension but this transition is not inevitable. On the other hands, they achieve greater blood pressure reduction than non-blacks from several non-pharmacological therapies (see below).
Weight gain, low physical activity, excess in salt, fats and saturated fats, cholesterol and alcohol intakes and low intakes of fresh seasonal fruit and vegetable are responsible for much of the rise in blood pressure levels seen with age. Effects of comprehensive lifestyle modification on blood pressure control: main results of the PREMIER Clinical Trial. Refined fructose, or High Fructose Corn Syrup, is found in many soft drinks, packaged and prepared foods, breakfast cereals, candy, fruit drinks, energy bars, donuts, and even gluten-free sweets. Natural fructose sources are fruit juices, raisins, dates, figs, prunes, grapes, mangos, papayas, apricots, pineapples and bananas.
The biochemical breakdown of fructose in the liver produces uric acid as a waste product, which is a primary cause of gout, a type of arthritis. If it grew out of the ground or used to walk on the ground, fly in the sky or swim in the sea, you are pretty safe eating it. As it goes, new research is suggesting you're twice as likely to die from a high-protein diet and four times more likely to get cancer —huge! This number game comes down to the human growth hormone (IGF-1) and the way in which protein balances it. 10 percent of your calories should come from protein (ideally plant-based) which works out to be about 0.8 grams per kilogram of body weight, each day. The study suggests that vegetable proteins didn't have the same effects as animal proteins, but should still be kept to a minimum. From what we know, protein causes the brain to receive smaller amounts of appetite-stimulating hormones, so it regulates appetite and the amount we want to eat. Insulin is produced and secreted in a specific type of cells in the pancreas called β-cells, which are able to detect and respond to high glucose levels in blood, in order to produce a secretion of insulin. This type II diabetes is characterized by a lack of response of otherwise normal β-cells, which after a continuous and excessive exposure to high glucose levels in blood and the consequent overproduction of insulin, lose the capacity to regulate glucose intake. Interestingly, when bred in different conditions (after mating with mice with a slightly different genetic background), only one of the strains is able to overcome the progression to diabetes. When cells face adverse conditions, the endoplasmic reticulum (the place in the cell where proteins are assembled and processed, as in a factory) receives injuries that in turn promote a collection of badly formed proteins (proteins are constructed as linear chains that need to be properly folded to perform their functions). They compared the diabetes-prone strain and the diabetes-resistant one, and the comparison was performed at two different stages, 6 and 16 weeks of age in order to estimate the progression of the situation. This chain of events is present in a vast majority of neurodegenerative pathologies, and now it seems to play an important role in the development of diabetes. He has worked in signal transduction pathways regulated by protein phosphatases and involved in cell proliferation, glycogen metabolism and protein degradation.
This condition is treatable, but diabetics who develop it find it hard to manage their diabetic condition. Dietary approaches to prevent and treat HTN: a scientific statement from the American Heart Association. It can raise total blood cholesterol levels, LDL-“bad” cholesterol levels, and triglyceride levels, especially in diabetics. The delicious fruits that we buy in modern times have been selected and bred over thousands of years to be sweeter and sweeter, since that’s what we love. Glucose causes insulin levels to spike, leading to insulin resistance, type-2 diabetes and obesity.


Most people are still overwhelmed by this, so here’s a list of high protein foods you should be eating. So in other words, what can be good for you at one age can be harmful to your health at another.
You see, when you're young you produce low levels of this which helps you grow, and then it drops of when you hit about 65.
As a result, glucose uptake increases at all tissue levels following an energetic need, and the blood vessels remain free from excessive glucose concentrations which in turn result harmful for the organism. This situation is called insulin resistance and the mechanisms that it implies range from an increase in β-cell mass to an overproduction of insulin. When these accumulate, the cell develops a response consisting in trying to properly fold and restructure these proteins, and when not possible, triggering their removal and even leading to a programmed cell death if everything fails. May we know a future where the benefits of a correct and balanced diet and knowing the genetic profile of each patient’s β-cells will be enough to stop the progression to diabetes? Metabolism broadly encompasses all chemical reactions carried out by the cells in the body, one of which is digestion. Or it can be in liquid syrup form such as agave nectar, coconut syrup, honey and high fructose corn syrup (HFCS). Over-consumption of fructose can cause slower metabolism and de-novo lipogenesis, or the conversion of sugar into high cholesterol fats. In a recent study it was found that lowering uric acid levels actually successfully reversed hypertension. When a genetic failure affects β-cells development or disrupts the molecular transducers of insulin signaling, we have the type I diabetes which is normally surpassed by an external, chronic administration of insulin. However, the concrete processes that result in type II diabetes are being investigated and little is known about the molecular events that in a first instance trigger this misunderstanding of the insulin-regulated signals.
This chain of events is called unfolded protein response (UPR) and is a common contributor to many cell death processes with diverse origins. The focus on particular mediators of the UPR and the expression of glucose homeostasis genes constitutes the final link that confirms a pivotal role for the ER stress as one of the most important processes that lead to the development of type II diabetes.
Will discrete administration of drugs oriented to prevent unfolded proteins and ER stress become the final break on the progression to pathologies as different as neurological disorders or insulin resistance?
Most people consider fruit juice healthy, however juices are extracted sweetness without the fiber, and they’re loaded with fructose. It can cause fructose intolerance (DFI), which is a condition said to be found in nearly one third of the population, meaning they are unable to completely absorb fructose. Some say that good old-fashioned sugar is healthier than HFCS.  Oh how I wish it were true, but unfortunately it is not. We eat natural fructose in fruits, and when it’s surrounded by fiber the sugar absorption rate is slower. This, in turn, can cause flatulence, intestinal cramps, bloating, abdominal pain, and diarrhea.
Use the charts above to try measuring your fructose consumption for a few weeks, and notice how you feel.
Lustig, MD, author of “The Bitter Truth” Video, Professor of Pediatrics in the Division of Endocrinology at U of C in San Francisco. Just one glass of fruit juice contains 20 – 30 grams fructose, which is over the daily limit of 20 grams!
Fructose may cause symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and can be an underlying cause of some types of IBS, due to poor absorption of fructose.
But when we extract concentrated fructose and consume it in quantity every day, it can create big problems.



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