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.
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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.
Diabetes Symptoms and Information
Complementary and Alternative Medical Therapies for Diabetes Symptoms
from The National Center for Complimentary and Alternative Medicines
On this page you’ll find valuable information pertaining to the symptoms of diabetes
- There is limited scientific evidence on the effectiveness of dietary supplements as complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) for type 2 diabetes.
The evidence that is available is not sufficiently strong to prove that any of the six supplements discussed in this report have benefits for type 2 diabetes
or its complications. A possible exception may be the use of omega-3 fatty acids to lower triglyceride
- It is very important not to replace conventional medical therapy for diabetes with an unproven CAM therapy.
- To ensure a safe and coordinated course of care, people should inform their health care providers about any CAM therapy that they are currently using or
- The six dietary supplements reviewed in this report appear to be generally safe at low-to-moderate doses. However, each can interact with various
prescription medications, affecting the action of the medications. People with type 2 diabetes need to know about these risks and discuss them with
their health care provider. Prescribed medicines may need to be adjusted if a person is also using a CAM therapy.
aTerms that are underlined are defined in the dictionary at the end of this report.
1. What is diabetes?
Diabetes is a chronic condition in which the body cannot properly convert food into energy. Most food that a person eats is eventually broken down into
blood glucose (also called blood sugar), which cells need for energy and growth. Insulin is a hormone that helps
glucose enter cells. In people with diabetes, the body does not make enough insulin, or it does not respond to insulin properly. This causes glucose to
build up in the blood instead of moving into the cells. The most common type of diabetes is type 2 diabetes (formerly called adult-onset diabetes or
noninsulin-dependent diabetes). People can develop type 2 diabetes at any age, even in childhood.
The symptoms of diabetes include fatigue, nausea, a need to urinate frequently, excessive thirst, weight loss, blurred vision, frequent infections, and sores
that do not heal. However, some people with diabetes do not have any symptoms. Over time, the high blood glucose levels caused by diabetes can lead to complications
in the eyes, blood vessels, nerves, kidneys, feet, teeth, skin, and, especially, the heart. Such complications can be prevented or delayed by keeping blood glucose,
blood pressure, cholesterol, and triglycerides in a normal or close-to-normal range.
Some people develop a condition called insulin resistance before they develop type 2 diabetes. When insulin resistance is present, the body does not respond
properly to the insulin it has released to lower blood glucose. So, the pancreas releases more insulin to try to keep up with the excess glucose. If the pancreas
cannot produce enough insulin, over time this leads to type 2 diabetes. Obesity, aging, and lack of exercise can all play a role in developing insulin resistance
and heightening the risk for diabetes.
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