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Monitoring a Diabetic's Blood Sugar

.... While urine testing using urine glucose strips may seem less invasive than blood testing, it only lets the diabetic know what the blood sugar levels were, not ....

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Monitoring Blood Glucose Levels

.... While urine testing using urine glucose strips may seem less invasive than blood testing, it only lets the diabetic know what the blood sugar levels were, not ....

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Adult Onset Diabetes (Type II Diabetes)

.... is no one diet for all diabetics, agreement exists that proper nutrition based on the Food Pyramid is essential to helping blood sugar levels remain stable. ....

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Diabetes

.... 2004). If these do not bring the blood sugar levels down to normal levels, there are several oral medications which can be used. It ....

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Forms of Diabetes

.... 2004). If these do not bring the blood sugar levels down to normal levels, there are several oral medications which can be used. It ....

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Hypoglycemia and Its Causes

.... breakfast cereals. This situation, that excess sugar leads to low blood sugar levels, seems contradictory at first. However, when ....

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The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act

.... Individuals suffering from diabetes may experience episodes of hypoglycemia (low blood sugar levels) or hyperglycemia (high blood sugar levels). ....

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Health Care Delivery for Diabetes

.... Because such symptoms as obesity, high blood pressure, and renal dysfunction are not necessarily associated with high-blood-sugar levels associated with ....

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Treatment of Diabetes

.... Because such symptoms as obesity, high blood pressure, and renal dysfunction are not necessarily associated with high-blood-sugar levels associated with ....

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Type I Diabetes in Young Adults

.... With proper treatment via insulin shots or other forms of insulin, blood sugar levels can be controlled. At the same time that insulin ....

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Nursing Care for Young Adults with Type I Diabetes

.... With proper treatment via insulin shots or other forms of insulin, blood sugar levels can be controlled. At the same time that insulin ....

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Role of Insulin Insulin is a hormone produced in the p

.... starchy and sugary foods. Indians have used this to help normalize blood sugar levels and enhance insulin action. In one study, it ....

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Affects of Stress

.... Although it is not certain if stress can cause diabetes, it can certainly exacerbate it by keeping the blood sugar levels high through the secretion of ....

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Functions of Tissues of the Body

.... starvation. Low blood sugar levels which result from starvation can cause irreversible brain damage (Andersen; Integration). When ....

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Starvation and the Body

.... starvation. Low blood sugar levels which result from starvation can cause irreversible brain damage (Andersen; Integration). When ....

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The Low Carbohydrate/High Protein Atkins Diet

.... A low blood sugar is dangerous because the brain cannot function without glucose, and if blood levels get too low, the brain reacts by shutting down all but ....

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High Protein Diets

.... A low blood sugar is dangerous because the brain cannot function without glucose, and if blood levels get too low, the brain reacts by shutting down all but ....

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Scientific View of Cutting Carbohydrates

.... A low blood sugar is dangerous because the brain cannot function without glucose, and if blood levels get too low, the brain reacts by shutting down all but ....

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Obesity

.... It is caused by an inability of the body to control blood sugar levels as the body becomes insensitive to insulin, and is common in obese individuals. ....

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Obesity Causes

.... It is caused by an inability of the body to control blood sugar levels as the body becomes insensitive to insulin, and is common in obese individuals. ....

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Science of Nutrition & Sports

.... They do this by supplying a steady source of carbohydrates to working muscles. Consequently, blood sugar levels stay steady and tiredness is not such a factor. ....

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Nutrition and Athletics

.... They do this by supplying a steady source of carbohydrates to working muscles. Consequently, blood sugar levels stay steady and tiredness is not such a factor. ....

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Alterations in Digestive Function

.... raises blood sugar -growth hormone - raises blood sugar by breaking down glucagon in liver -adrenal cortical hormones - maintain blood sugar levels (695). ....

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Diabetes Mellitus Type II

.... NIDDM is a disorder characterized abnormal glucose (sugar) metabolism .... hormone secreted by pancreatic beta-cells in response to elevated blood levels of glucose ....

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Non Insulin-Dependent Diabetes

.... NIDDM is a disorder characterized abnormal glucose (sugar) metabolism .... hormone secreted by pancreatic beta-cells in response to elevated blood levels of glucose ....

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Diabetes 1 & 2 & Glocose Control

.... of multiple end organ disease. Blood sugar levels must therefore be well controlled in athletes. Athletes with type 1 diabetes need ....

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Diabetic Retinopathy Diabetic Retinopathy

.... retinopathy typically involves the following: (1) various levels of microaneurysms .... a different etiology--both result in elevated blood sugar, hyperglycemia is ....

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Measurements of Obesity

.... It is caused by an inability of the body to control blood sugar levels as the body becomes insensitive to insulin, and is common in obese individuals. ....

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Vegetarian Diet & Nutritional Requirements

.... and kept it off. * Diabetics achieved normal blood sugar levels, reducing insulin requirements. * Participants with high blood pressure ....

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Benefits of a Vegetarian Diet

.... and kept it off. * Diabetics achieved normal blood sugar levels, reducing insulin requirements. * Participants with high blood pressure ....

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