The Ketogenic Diet For Type 1 Diabetes

Author: Ellen Davis
Publisher: Ellen Davis
ISBN: 194372105X
Size: 11.15 MB
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As a treatment for diabetes, the current American Diabetes Association guidelines are a disaster for Type 1 diabetics. The ADA recommendations actually make blood sugar control much harder and increase the danger of hypoglycemic episodes. The Ketogenic Diet for Type 1 Diabetes eBook provides the practical information to implement a ketogenic diet in the context of managing insulin needs. Coauthored with Dr. Keith Runyan, a physician who treats his own type 1 diabetes with a ketogenic diet (with the result of an HbA1c of 5.0) the book contains over 300 pages of referenced, applicable information on getting off the blood sugar roller coaster, avoiding hypoglycemia, lowering HbA1c test results and avoiding diabetic complications.

Dr Bernstein S Diabetes Solution

Author: Richard K. Bernstein
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 9780316191739
Size: 11.43 MB
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Originally published in 1997, DR. BERNSTEIN'S DIABETES SOLUTION is a unique resource that covers both adult- and childhood-onset diabetes, explains step-by-step how to normalize blood sugar levels and prevent or reverse complications, and offers detailed guidelines for establishing a treatment plan. Readers will find fifty gourmet recipes, in addition to a comprehensive discussion of diet, obesity, and new drugs to curb carbohydrate craving and overeating. Now in its fourth edition, the book presents up-to-the-minute information on insulin resistance, blood-testing devices, measuring blood sugar, new types of insulin, gastroparesis and other issues, as well as updated diet guidelines. DR. BERNSTEIN'S DIABETES SOLUTION is the one book every diabetic must own.

Conquer Type 2 Diabetes With A Ketogenic Diet

Author: Ellen Davis
Publisher:
ISBN: 1943721068
Size: 14.98 MB
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Did you know that the ADA recommends a diet which makes long term diabetic complications more likely? The diet the American Diabetes Association recommends calls for 45-60 carbs per meal. As a result of that carb load, blood sugar spikes, insulin is administered, and blood sugar crashes. We call this the blood sugar roller coaster. The logical solution is to get off the blood sugar roller coaster completely. Following a low carb, high fat ketogenic diet stops this blood sugar spike/crash cycle, helps you reduce or even eliminate medications such as metformin, greatly reduce insulin needs, and avoid long-term diabetic complications.

The Cantin Ketogenic Diet

Author: Elaine Cantin
Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub
ISBN: 1477567593
Size: 11.99 MB
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This book is about my son's journey with type I diabetes and my own journey with aggressive breast cancer. It is about how I linked type I diabetes with epilepsy and how this helped me link cancer with epilepsy as well. I modified the traditional ketogenic diet used at Johns Hopkins Medical Center to treat epilepsy. I then used my own version of the diet to make my breast cancer tumor disappear in about two weeks. It is also about using my modified ketogenic diet for my son who is a type I diabetic, and him being able to eat without needing any insulin and without doing any calorie restrictions. This is my diet of hope -along with the research that comes from my heart- that I am sharing with you. "Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food." Hippocrates

The Diabetic Athlete

Author: Sheri R. Colberg
Publisher: Human Kinetics 1
ISBN: 0736032711
Size: 19.46 MB
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"The Diabetic Athlete" is the only book on the market that gives athletes and dedicated fitness enthusiasts with type 1 and type 2 diabetes the practical tips they need to manage their diabetes better while training and competing for performance. It provides examples from hundreds of diabetic athletes who share their experiences from sports and fitness training. 37 illustrations.

The Principles And Practice Of Medicine

Author: Sir William Osler
Publisher: Theclassics.Us
ISBN: 1230431888
Size: 17.25 MB
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1903 edition. Excerpt: ... SECTION XL DISEASES OF THE MUSCLES. I. MYOSITIS. Definition.--Inflammation of the voluntary muscles. A primary myositis occurs as an acute or subacute affection, and is probably dependent on some unknown infectious agent. Several characteristic cases have been described of late years. That of E. Wagner may be taken as a typical example. A tuberculous but well-built woman entered the hospital, complaining of stiffness in the shoulders and a slight oedema of the back of the hands and forearms. There was paresthesia, the arms became swollen, the skin tense, and the muscles felt doughy. Gradually the thighs became affected. The disease lasted about three months. The post mortem showed slight pulmonary tuberculosis; all the muscles except the glutei, the calf, and abdominal muscles were stiff and firm, but fragile, and there were serous infiltration, great proliferation of the interstitial tissue, and fatty degeneration. Similar cases have been reported by Unverricht, Hepp, and Jacoby, of New York. In the case reported by Jacoby the muscles were firm, hard, and tender, and there was slight oedema of the skin--dermato-myositis. The cases usually last from one to three months, though there are instances in which it has been longer. The swelling and tenderness of the muscles, the oedema, and the pain naturally suggest trichinosis, and indeed Hcpp speaks of it as a pseudo-trichinosis. The nature of the disease is unknown. Senator's case presented marked disorders of sensation, and there is a question whether the peripheral nerves are not involved with the muscles. Wagner suggests that some of these cases were examples of acute progressive muscular atrophy. The separation from trichinosis can be made only by removing a portion of the muscle. It...

The Insulin Resistance Solution

Author: Valerie Berkowitz
Publisher: Fair Winds Press (MA)
ISBN: 9781592336463
Size: 10.71 MB
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Reduce cravings, improve stamina and energy, and get your metabolism back on track by battling insulin resistance in five easy steps! The Insulin Resistance Solution by noted low-carb nutritional expert Valerie Berkowitz and low-carb proponent Dana Carpender, author of Fat Fast and 500 Low-Carb Recipes, provides a 5-step customizable plan that includes 75 recipes with meal plans that you can use to reverse insulin resistance or impaired glucose metabolism. Inside this guide, you'll discover five ways to kickstart your metabolism and live a healthier and happier life:Slash Carbohydrates, Add Insulin-Regulating Nutritional Supplements, Exercise--the RIGHT way, Address Lifestyle Problems, and Customize the Program. The Insulin Resistance Solution also provides options for portions, meal frequency, and exercise so you can fit the program easily into your lifestyle. Take control and take back your health!