Saturday, March 11, 2006

Diabetes & Blood Sugar

Diabetes & Blood Sugar

After food is eaten, it is broken down to sugar appearing in the bloodstream. What happens in a diabetic, is the body down not produce enough insulin to remove the sugar from the blood. The sugar remains in your blood and cannot be used by the body for energy.

No cure exists for either Type 1: Insulin Dependent or Type 2: non-insulin dependant diabetes, however it can be controlled through:

- Diet
- Diet & Pills
- Diet & Insulin

Diabetic Goal

To prevent the level of sugar in your blood from becoming too high or too low.

How can we achieve our Diabetic goal?

By balancing the amount of food we eat, and the kind of food we eat with the amount of insulin available in our bodies and our physical activity.

Michael Kralj
Diabetic Diet, Ultrasonic Liposuction


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