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Blood Sugar Spice

Author : Charmaine D’Souza
ISBN : 9788184006575
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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India is the diabetes capital of the world. Yet, diabetes can be prevented or controlled with the help of the right natural cure. Charmaine D’Souza has more than 24 years of practice dealing with diabetes and has a host of celebrity clients including Karan Johar, Bipasha Basu, Rani Mukerji, Padmini Kolhapure, Riddhima Kapoor Sahni, Shalini and Samrat Zaveri, and Anita and Naresh Goyal. She tells us how and why we contract diabetes, points out the ensuing health hazards, and explains how we can manage the condition through natural remedies, including enticing recipes for diabetes patients and their families. Blood Sugar and Spice: Living with Diabetes is a comprehensive manual to help prevent, control, and cure diabetes using naturopathy. Whether you have been diagnosed with diabetes, have a relative or friend with diabetes or have a general interest in the ailment, this book is meant for you.

Blood Sugar

Author : Frederic P. Miller
ISBN : 6130269609
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Blood sugar concentration, or glucose level, refers to the amount of glucose present in the blood of a human or animal. Normally, in mammals the blood glucose level is maintained at a reference range between about 3.6 and 5.8 mM (mmol/l). It is tightly regulated as a part of metabolic homeostasis. Mean normal blood glucose levels in humans are about 90 mg/dl, equivalent to 5mM (mmol/l) (since the molecular weight of glucose, C6H12O6, is about 180 g/mol). The total amount of glucose normally in circulating human blood is therefore about 3.3 to 7g (assuming an ordinary adult blood volume of 5 litres, plausible for an average adult male). Glucose levels rise after meals for an hour or two by a few grams and are usually lowest in the morning, before the first meal of the day. Transported via the bloodstream from the intestines or liver to body cells, glucose is the primary source of energy for body's cells, fats and oils (ie, lipids) being primarily a compact energy store. Failure to maintain blood glucose in the normal range leads to conditions of persistently high (hyperglycemia) or low (hypoglycemia) blood sugar.

Orange Blood Sugar Log Book

Author : Msa
ISBN : 1655173332
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blood sugar tracker: Blood Glucose Log Book: Daily Record Book For Glucose / Blood Sugar Monitoring; glucose tracker Journal With Weekly Reviews; Medical Diary, Organizer & Logbook with Black Cover.Good Size: Slim enough to fit into the most purse with only 6"x 9". take it with you for any place!diabetes management book: This helpful 120 pages blood sugar journal acts as a logbook for diabetics, which you can take down your level of blood glucose before & after breakfast, lunch, dinner and during bedtime. This glucose monitor logbook is daily and undated, thus you would not miss any important days.CONTROL OF DIABETES: This diabetic blood sugar logbook has reviewed at the end of every 4 weeks. Put down what has worked, not worked, and also the plan for the next month. This makes you stay motivated to any plan that you have and also monitor your progress towards a better life.EVERY MONTH REVIEW: List down the "what Good", "what not Good", and also how is your morning changed or improved, for every 4 weeks. Keep improving and changing your habits and diet to make it better and better.This Diabetes Journal Log Book is meant to act as a medical journal for you to log down your daily glucose level. In addition, there is a review to force you to evaluate what is working out for your situation. Log everything down to see what works and what would not and optimize along the the end, I hope good health for you and be strong.

Get Control Of Your Blood Sugar

Author : Gary Scheiner
ISBN : 1412746264
Genre : Blood sugar
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Get Control of Your Blood Sugar is the essential, step-by-step guide that will help you keep your blood sugar levels in a healthier, more stable range. With authoritative, practical advice for people struggling with high blood sugar and low blood sugar, Get Control of Your Blood Sugar shows you the ease with which type 2 diabetes can be managed. It presents a set of simple, easy-to-follow steps to help you keep your blood sugar under control. Get Control of Your Blood Sugar will help you stop, slow, or even reverse diabetes, and help ward off long-term complications. Concrete, easy-to-follow tips include: bull; Food selection and timing bull; Lifestyle tools such as exercise, stress relief, and a positive attitude bull; Simple glucose tests and blood-sugar monitoring bull; Medication Get Control of Your Blood Sugar is an indispensible resource for anyone with type 2 diabetes, a prediabetic condition, or a high risk of developing the disease. This invaluable book is written by Gary Schneider, MS, CDE, who is an award-winning certified diabetes educator and international instructor.

60 Ways To Lower Your Blood Sugar

Author : Dennis Pollock
ISBN : 9780736952590
Genre : Health & Fitness
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It’s projected that in 50 years, one American in three will be diabetic. Many today are well on their way to becoming a sad statistic in the war on obesity, high blood sugar, and the related diseases—including diabetes—that can result from a diet that’s seriously out of whack. In his previous bestselling book, Overcoming Runaway Blood Sugar, Dennis Pollock shared his personal experience with this deadly epidemic—including his success at lowering his runaway blood sugar to acceptable levels. Now Dennis offers readers the next step in the battle: 60 practical ways to manage their blood sugar without resorting to a bland unsatisfying diet of turnips and tuna fish. In this step by step, change by change plan, readers will learn how to: reduce their intake of carbs exercise more effectively shed excess weight A must-have book for readers serious about regaining their health while also lowering their weight and increasing their energy.

I M Sorry For What I Said When My Blood Sugar Was Low

Author : Sugar Sweet
ISBN : 165505242X
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This FANTASTIC Weekly Blood Sugar Diary where you tracking your daily blood sugar levels before-after for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and bedtime and an extra space where you can note your daily feeling, meals, carbs, vitamins, food intake, sleep, or exercise from monday till sunday for two years ( 106 weeks ). Feature: Suitable and light size - the size of our daily diabetic glucose tracker journal book is 6x9 inches so you can take it anywhere in your bag or pocket. The interior ( click on look inside to preview it ) is total of 110 pages, 2 for your personal and important information,106 for tracking your results 4 times a day, 7 days a week. Plus, a section in front of each day for your notes and the 2 last pages for overall notes for each year. Premium and unique Matte Finish Soft Cover

Blood Sugar

Author : Anthony Ryan Hatch
ISBN : 9781452950075
Genre : Social Science
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Why do African Americans have exceptionally high rates of hypertension, diabetes, and obesity? Is it their genes? Their disease-prone culture? Their poor diets? Such racist explanations for racial inequalities in metabolic health have circulated in medical journals for decades. Blood Sugar analyzes and challenges the ways in which “metabolic syndrome” has become a major biomedical category that medical researchers have created to better understand the risks high blood pressure, blood sugar, body fat, and cholesterol pose to people. An estimated sixty million Americans are well on the way to being diagnosed with it, many of them belonging to people of color. Anthony Ryan Hatch argues that the syndrome represents another, very real crisis and that its advent signals a new form of “colorblind scientific racism”—a repackaging of race within biomedical and genomic research. Examining the cultural discussions and scientific practices that target human metabolism of prescription drugs and sugar by African Americans, he reveals how medical researchers who use metabolic syndrome to address racial inequalities in health have in effect reconstructed race as a fixed, biological, genetic feature of bodies—without incorporating social and economic inequalities into the equation. And just as the causes of metabolic syndrome are framed in racial terms, so are potential drug treatments and nutritional health interventions. The first sustained social and political inquiry of metabolic syndrome, this provocative and timely book is a crucial contribution to the emerging literature on race and medicine. It will engage those who seek to understand how unjust power relations shape population health inequalities and the production of medical knowledge and biotechnologies.

Blood Sugar Diet

Author : Brittany Samons
ISBN : 9781628847048
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Diabetes is a condition wherein the body has high blood sugar levels but its ability to convert blood sugar to energy is not functioning well. It's either because the body cannot produce insulin or may produce insulin but not much as well as it can be because even if the body produces enough insulin, it is not effectively utilized by your cells to convert blood sugar to energy. Since blood sugar is not converted to energy as they should, they remain in the blood which can later cause harm than good as it results to multiple organ failure and death. With this, blood sugar dieting is recommended for people who have diabetes. Blood sugar diet is diet aimed to control sugar levels in the blood and prevent the onset or the worsening of diabetes. When it comes to blood sugar dieting for the control of blood sugar levels, there are several tips and advices an individual needs to know and abide by in order for his or her blood sugar dieting to be a sure success.

Blood Sugar Self Management Type 1 And Type 2 Diabetes

Author : Manik Joshi
Genre : Health & Fitness
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This Book Covers The Following Topics: 01. What is Blood Sugar? 02. Different Stages of Blood Sugar 03. Self-Monitoring of Blood Sugar 04. Types of Diabetes 05. Blood Sugar: Causes 06. Blood Sugar: Symptoms 07. High Blood Sugar: Complications 08. Blood Sugar Test 09. Treatments of Low Blood Sugar 10. Treatments of High Blood Sugar 11. Treatments -- (A). Lose Your Weight 12. Treatments -- (B). Physical Activity 13. Treatments -- (C). Healthy Diet 14. Treatments -- (D). Minerals 15. Treatments -- (E). Vitamins 16. Treatments -- (F). Drink Plenty of Water 17. Treatments -- (G). Control Your BP 18. Treatments -- (H). Control Your Cholesterol 19. Treatments -- (I). What to Avoid? 20. Treatments -- (J). Others 21. Pancreas and Insulin 22. Some Useful Facts Sample This: 01. What is Blood Sugar? The blood sugar (glucose) level is the amount of sugar (glucose) present in the blood of human or animals. When blood sugar (glucose) level rises too high, it's called hyperglycemia. When blood sugar (glucose) level drops too low, it's called hypoglycemia. Basic Facts about Blood Sugar (Glucose) and Insulin: Glucose (a simple sugar) is the primary source of energy for the cells of the body. Glucose comes from the foods (carbohydrates) we eat. Body converts the carbohydrates into sugar. It is also formed and stored inside the body. After meals, adequate quantity of insulin hormone is automatically released by pancreas. Blood carries the glucose from the intestines or liver to body cells. Insulin makes it possible for cells to take in the glucose from blood. In other words, insulin helps absorption of glucose by cells. Level of blood sugar starts dropping soon after it starts entering the cell. Blood sugar levels fluctuate throughout the day. MEASUREMENT OF BLOOD SUGAR 1. milligram/deciliter (mg/dL) -- Blood sugar is measured in milligram/deciliter. 2. millimols/litre (mmol/L) -- Blood sugar is also measured in millimols/liter (mmol/L). millimols/liter (mmol/L) is also called millimolars (mM) Note: 1mmol/L is equivalent to 18 mg/dL. 3. DCCT HbA1c (%) -- Blood sugar levels over the last 3 months are measured through an A1C test. Findings are represented as a percentage. The range may fall in between 4-15%. Red blood cells in our body may last up to 3 months (or 12 weeks) before getting regenerated. Therefore, average of glycated hemoglobin in blood over 3 months is taken for discerning the average blood glucose level. DCCT stands for Diabetes Control and Complications Trial 4. IFCC HbA1c (mmol/mol) -- Findings of A1C Test may also be represented in millimols/mole (mmol/mol). IFCC stands for International Federation of Clinical Chemistry NOTE: IFCC HBA1c (mmol/mol) = [DCCT HBA1c (%) - 2.15] * 10.929 WHAT IS HBA1C? HbA1c Refers to Glycated hemoglobin. Glycated hemoglobin is measured to identify the average plasma glucose concentration over prolonged periods of time. Glucose molecules are inclined to attach to the hemoglobin in red blood cells and form the glycated hemoglobin Lower levels of glucose produce a lower amount of glycated hemoglobin. Normal levels of glucose produce a normal amount of glycated hemoglobin. Higher levels of glucose produce a higher amount of glycated hemoglobin. 02. Different Stages of Blood Sugar Blood sugar level in your body changes from day-to-day or moment-to-moment. Blood sugar depends on quantity and timing of food you have eaten. More importantly it depends on what you have eaten. SITUATION 1: Fasting Glucose Level / Glucose Level Before Meals [Pre Prandial] Following are the different ranges of blood sugar after 8-10 hours of fasting (generally before meals in the morning) in mg/dL, mmol/L, DCCT HbA1c (%) and IFFCC HbA1c (mmol/mol). Low blood sugar -- Less than 70 mg/dL Or Less than 3.9 mmol/L Or Less than 4% DCCT HbA1c (%) Or Less than 20.2% IFCC HbA1c (mmol/mol) Normal blood sugar -- 71 mg/dL to 99 mg/dL Or 3.9 mmol/L to 5.4 mmol/L Or 4.1% DCCT HbA1c (%) to 4.9% DCCT HbA1c (%) Or 20.3% IFCC HbA1c (mmol/mol) to 31.0% IFCC HbA1c (mmol/mol) Above normal blood sugar -- 100 mg/dL to 126 mg/dL Or 5.5 mmol/L to 7.0 mmol/L Or 5.0 DCCT HbA1c (%) to 5.7 DCCT HbA1c (%) Or 31.1 IFCC HbA1c (mmol/mol) to 38.8 IFCC HbA1c (mmol/mol) High blood sugar -- 127 mg/dL to 169 mg/dL Or 7.1 mmol/L to 9.4 mmol/L Or 5.8 DCCT HbA1c (%) to 6.9 DCCT HbA1c (%) Or 38.9 IFCC HbA1c (mmol/mol) to 51.9 IFCC HbA1c (mmol/mol)

The 28 Day Blood Sugar Miracle

Author : Cher Pastore, MS, RD, CDE
ISBN : 9781624142192
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Get Off Your Diabetes Meds in Under a Month and Stop Pre-Diabetes in Its Path Cher Pastore will dramatically revamp your health in under a month with her certified diet plan. Geared toward individuals who are diabetic or pre-diabetic, Cher’s established method uses smart and proven nutrition to lower insulin levels, produce weight loss, lower blood pressure and get people off diabetes medication for good. Cher details which foods are best for optimal results and organizes it all in a meal plan, making it straightforward for anyone to follow. The enticing and healthy recipes are exciting and effortless, and will keep you on the path to beat diabetes. Wake up to a nourishing breakfast with the Green Goddess Smoothie or Energizing Açai Bowl. Lunch is made easy with Zest Tomato and Avocado Tartine or Baked Falafel Burgers. Dinner will delight with a Spicy Chana Masala or Zucchini Spaghetti. You’ll experience new flavors each day. With Cher’s expert direction, you’ll put diabetes in your past with simple and fast recipes.

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