Health and Nutritional Information
1. Prevention. Diets, Diet plans, foods and dietary supplements that provide health management
through disease and symptom prevention.
are preventable through nutritional information about those conditions and measures you can take to either heal or prevent. Prevention is always the best medicine.
I want to help you, "Feed a man a fish and you have feed him for a day, teach a man how to fish
and you have feed him for life". If you are overweight and/or obese most people just want to sell you a bigger chair,
I want to show you a healthier and better way.
2. Performance. Whether you are body building, needing sports nutrition or exercising for good health we are all about finding nutritional products
that provides health enhancement through improved physical and mental condition.
The focus is on daily health, accomplishment and success.
Wellness benefits are about feeling good and finding balance.
This is a holistic approach to health care that includes the body,
mind and spirit through meditation to finding balance in mind, body and spirit. The focus is on daily health needs, MODERATION (we have to long overconsumed)
4. Nurturing. Foods that can supply a sense of caring for the health and quality of life for yourself and others and the associated sense of satisfaction
for the caregiver. Marketing a product from this platform would include a focus on growth and development, aging and healing. Nurturing yourself and others and nurturing
the environment around you. Environmentally friendly products for the inside and well as the outside. From the things we eat to the things we wear, they
all have an impact on the world we live.
5. Cosmetics. Cosmetics, how we look and feel about ourselves, benefits women's health and men's health. Looking good and enhancing self-esteem through
improved physical condition and personal appearance are corner stones to good health.
how well you eat if you have low self esteem, are worried or upset then the body gets out of balance.
Blood Sugar Control
Blood Sugar Information
On this page:
- Hypoglycemia: A Side Effect of Diabetes Medications
- Hypoglycemia in People Who Do Not Have Diabetes
- Hope Through Research
- Points to Remember
- For More Information
Hypoglycemia, also called low blood sugar, occurs when your blood glucose (blood sugar) level drops too low to provide enough energy for your body's activities.
In adults or children older than 10 years, hypoglycemia is uncommon except as a side effect of diabetes treatment, but it can result from other medications or diseases,
hormone or enzyme deficiencies, or tumors.
Glucose, a form of sugar, is an important fuel for your body. Carbohydrates are the main dietary sources of glucose. Rice, potatoes, bread, tortillas, cereal, milk,
fruit, and sweets are all carbohydrate-rich foods.
After a meal, glucose molecules are absorbed into your bloodstream and carried to the cells, where they are used for energy. Insulin, a hormone produced by your
pancreas, helps glucose enter cells. If you take in more glucose than your body needs at the time, your body stores the extra glucose in your liver and muscles in a
form called glycogen. Your body can use the stored glucose whenever it is needed for energy between meals. Extra glucose can also be converted to fat and stored in
When blood glucose begins to fall, glucagon, another hormone produced by the pancreas, signals the liver to break down glycogen and release glucose, causing blood
glucose levels to rise toward a normal level. If you have diabetes, this glucagon response to hypoglycemia may be impaired, making it harder for your glucose levels
to return to the normal range.
Symptoms of hypoglycemia include
- nervousness and shakiness
- dizziness or light-headedness
- difficulty speaking
- feeling anxious or weak
Hypoglycemia can also happen while you are sleeping. You might
- cry out or have nightmares
- find that your pajamas or sheets are damp from perspiration
- feel tired, irritable, or confused when you wake up
Hypoglycemia: A Side Effect of Diabetes Medications
Hypoglycemia can occur in people with diabetes who take certain medications to keep their blood glucose levels in control. Usually hypoglycemia is mild
and can easily be treated by eating or drinking something with carbohydrate. But left untreated, hypoglycemia can lead to loss of consciousness. Although
hypoglycemia can happen suddenly, it can usually be treated quickly, bringing your blood glucose level back to normal.
Causes of Hypoglycemia
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