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34 Million Americans Have Diabetes – Our Video Covers 4 Common Signs For Folks Getting This & Simple Ways to Avoid It
By: Dr.Colin Geldart
Here we have Dr.Geldart going over a quick breakdown on what type II diabetes looks like as a life style. This life style is based on the choices a person makes with nutrition, sanitary behavior and most often genetics but these lifestyle choices Dr.Geldart will go over will help avoid acquiring type II diabetes.
What is Type II Diabetes??
With type II diabetes it starts in the pancreas and the pancreas is responsible for producing the bodies natural insulin. Insulin is a hormone and the pancreas shoots the inulin in the blood vessels which then attaches itself to what we call receptors. Once it attaches it will start collecting all the sugars that are floating around in the vessels which then will bring it into the cells.
In order for the cells to be satisfied they need nutrients which comes in the forms of sugar. What tins to happen when you eat to much sugar or have a poor diet. That’s when the pancreas starts to recognize all the sugars that building up in the blood stream, so then pancreas starts to produce more insulin. When that happens the body stop responding to natural insulin then the receptors get shut off thus the cells don’t get the nutrients they need. When this happens that’s when you start experiencing different side effects.
If only experience one of these no big deal but if you are experiencing 2 or more that’s something worth being checked out by your primary care physician. Type 2 diabetes can be easy to ignore, especially in the early stages when you're feeling fine. But diabetes affects many major organs, including your heart, blood vessels, nerves, eyes and kidneys. Controlling your blood sugar levels can help prevent these complications.
Fasting may also improve the way your body manages glucose (blood sugar) and cut down on insulin resistance. Also, a recent study shows how people with diabetes had a 35% higher risk of experiencing low back pain. Obesity is a key factor in the onset of type 2 diabetes and can also lead to an increased risk of developing low back pain, due to pressure excess weight can have on the body. If you would like more information, please click the link below. ⬇
That’s it for today everyone, remember movement is medicine!