The 10,000-patient ACCORD was designed to investigate whether lowering blood sugar levels to below the current recommended target would help protect patients at high-risk of heart attack. However, the study was halted 18 months early, following 257 deaths among aggressively treated patients, compared to only 203 among diabetics given more standard care. A close look at the multiple medications patients used, including the drug Avandia that is suspected of being a heart risk, showed no sign that any were to blame.
One concept that I strive to make well-known, which has the potential to save hundreds of thousands and even millions of lives, is that diabetes is not a disease of blood sugar. Rather, it is a disease of insulin – of insulin resistance -- and perhaps more importantly, of faulty leptin signaling. Until that concept becomes well-known in both the medical community and by the public at large, this misconception will continue to be promoted in studies such as the one above, revealing the inadequacy of current conventional medical treatment for chronic diseases such as diabetes, and their erroneous advice about nutrition.
Typically, conventional treatment is focused on fixing a symptom, in this case elevated blood sugar, rather than the underlying disease.
Similarly, treatments that concentrate merely on lowering blood sugar for diabetes while raising insulin levels, can actually worsen rather than remedy the actual problem of metabolic miscommunication.
Since most treatments for type 2 diabetes utilize drugs that either raise insulin or lower blood sugar, the tragic result is that the typical, conventional medical treatment for diabetes contributes to the side effects and the shortened lifespan that diabetics experience. When blood sugar becomes elevated it is a signal for insulin to be released to direct the extra energy into storage. That honor actually goes to leptin, because the hormone leptin is largely responsible for the accuracy of insulin signaling, and whether you become insulin resistant or not. There is compelling research indicating that the two most important organs that determine whether you become diabetic or not are your liver and your brain. So, how do you make sure your brain and liver can hear the signals emanating from your leptin hormone, and don’t start to tune them out? As an example, WebMD; one of the most visited medical information sites on the web, states that people with diabetes, who also have abnormal cholesterol levels, would be well advised to follow a diet that calls for 50 to 60 percent of your daily total calories to be in the form of carbohydrates. They also state that table sugar is okay, as long as you readjust your medications to compensate appropriately (i.e.
While much of their advice is fine, and tries to remain well-balanced, the problem with these conventional recommendations lies in the details. Eating a high "complex" carbohydrate, low saturated fat diet for health and longevity has been shown to be wrong. That would be an eating plan that emphasizes good fats and reduced non-fiber carbohydrates and starches as outlined in my Total Health Program. Dealing with the day-to-day aspects of diabetes—blood glucose, nutri­tion, and lifestyle management—is a formidable challenge for all people with the disease.
However, American men living with diabetes also grapple with unique physi­cal, emotional, and sexual health issues, according to recent survey findings from the American Diabetes Association.
First, ED is not a normal part of getting older, and it doesn’t hap­pen to all men with diabetes. Were men in the survey surprised that anxiety, stress, and depression are associated with diabetes? If depressed, you really aren’t on top of your diabetes—a finding that’s been proven now in good studies. How do you discern if the depres­sion is due to low testosterone or a com­plication of the diabetes?
Usually, our first goal for people with diabetes is to get their blood sugar within a reasonable range so they feel better.


Do diet and exercise help prevent erectile dysfunction that occurs as a side effect of diabetes?
Controlling diabetes definitely decreases the risk of sexual dysfunction because it decreases the chance of abnormal circulation or nerve damage. But if men with diabetes remain overweight, they may continue to have low testosterone levels even if they have controlled their blood sugar levels. Men can take small steps that can have a big impact on their ability to better manage their diabetes. High BP and high total cholesterol can synergistically increase the risk for coronary heart disease death.
Having high cholesterol plus high blood pressure was worse than having either of them by themselves. Scott Cousland I have never seen mainsteam science ever attribute the root cause of disease to the correct source: emotional trauma Dr. Fanatic Cook by Bix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
Although aggressively treated patients were actually less likely to suffer heart attacks, any heart attacks they did suffer were more likely to be fatal. Symptoms are generally the way that nature has taught our bodies to deal with a disease – the real underlying biological or physiological problem.
A small amount is stored as a starch called glycogen in our body, but the majority is stored as your main energy supply -- fat.
Concomitant with that standard recommendation the incidence of diabetes and obesity has skyrocketed, and has become one of the worst epidemics the world has ever seen. Doing so will greatly improve and even reverse type 2 "insulin resistant" diabetes, heart disease, hypertension, many other chronic diseases of aging, all without the use of potentially dangerous drugs. In an online survey of 1,000 men with Type II diabetes and their spouses, researchers found that many men with diabetes are aware that they are at an increased risk for complications such as heart attack, stroke, and blindness, but not aware of the increased risk for other conditions affecting emotional and sexual health. In our survey of 1,000 men and their spouses, we discovered that men didn’t understand many aspects of the disease, including how diabetes can affect sexual health, emotional states, and relationships. But, in fact, impotency or erectile dysfunction (ED) is two to four times as common in men with diabetes. Studies show people with diabetes are twice as likely to have low testosterone levels as people without the disease. For exam­ple, men who are depressed don’t moni­tor sugars regularly, don’t care if they miss a dose of medicine, and are not as likely to think about health. If a man controlled his blood sugars with medication and lost 30 pounds, he probably would experience fewer issues with low testosterone including reduc­ing his chances of experiencing ED. If it’s in an early stage when diabetes may be out of control, interventions can help reverse or stop its progression. Doing what they know, like staying active, stick­ing to a healthful diet, learning about increased risks for related conditions, and talking with a doctor if they are suffering from bothersome symptoms, is the key to managing diabetes today. Similarly, the adjusted hazard ratios of total cholesterol increased with increases in systolic BP categories (P for interaction ?0.04). Thus, in this regard insulin's major role is not to lower sugar, but to take the extra energy and store it for future times of need.
For the last 50 years or so, Americans have followed the dietary recommendations of a high complex carbohydrate, low saturated fat diet.
Using artificial sweeteners in lieu of sugar also gets the green light, but I won’t rant about that here.


Individual articles are based upon the opinions of the respective author, who retains copyright as marked. En este sentido declaro: "Liptruzet es una combinacion de dos medicamentos actualmente comercializados que reducen de manera eficaz los niveles elevados de colesterol LDL". In fact, the survey showed that more than one-third admitted to experiencing associated with low testosterone levels – depression, erectile dysfunction, and fatigue.
Additionally, men typically don’t dwell on personal health issues unless some crisis emerges. Survey results also revealed that many men feel uncomfortable bringing up these sensitive issues with their doctors.
While there are good treatments for ED, men don’t really want to discuss the issue with their doctors perhaps due to embarrass­ment. Low testosterone can de­crease your interest in sexual activities or actually get low enough to decrease cians should be screening men with diabetes for more of these issues as part of a patient’s annual diabetes evaluation. But the link between diabetes and depression is much more than a nuisance: It keeps some people from functioning. If you can get blood sugars within a reasonable range, people function better, make rational decisions, and feel engaged. About 5 years ago I bought a dehydrator (not expensive) and so have dried lots of veggies myself. The information on this website is not intended to replace a one-on-one relationship with a qualified health care professional and is not intended as medical advice.
La FDA habia rechazado la solicitud del laboratorio para aprobar la droga el ano pasado ya que la agencia habia solicitado mas informacion.Mientras, el fabricante Merck dijo que Liptruzet era una buena opcion para los pacientes que no tuvieron exito en la reduccion de sus niveles de colesterol malo. The survey also revealed that men are reluctant, for many reasons, to discuss disease-related complications with a doctor, further diminishingtheir ability to take a proactive approach to managing their disease.
The new campaign addresses sexual health and function as well as emotional health, including the issue of depression.
And doctors are busy monitoring for other complications associated with diabetes—problems with eyes, kidneys, nerves, and heart disease. An erection results when there is good blood flow to the penis, provided that the nerves are working properly. It is intended as a sharing of knowledge and information from the research and experience of Dr. As a result, health care providers may never get around to asking if men are experiencing other issues. To build a cycle of health and well being, you’ve got to attack all of these areas, because any one of them could pull you down.
As a result, if you don’t control your diabetes, you are at higher risk for ED because you may damage either one or both of those circuits. If low testosterone is suspected, a simple blood sample can be drawn to check testosterone level. Mercola encourages you to make your own health care decisions based upon your research and in partnership with a qualified health care professional.
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