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How the Seaweed helps in Thyroid?

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The Thyroid gland   plays a major role in the human body which produces hormones that regulate mood, help control growth, metabolism, energy levels, body temperature, heart rate, and blood pressure. Hypothyroidism occurs when this gland isn't producing enough hormones to meet your body’s needs. Taking daily thyroid hormone replacement medication can help restore your thyroid hormone levels and take control of your symptoms. Thyroid relies on iodine to make hormones. Without enough iodine, you may start to experience symptoms like weight changes, fatigue or swelling of the neck over time. Seaweed contains a concentrated portion of iodine and an amino acid called tyrosine which helps the thyroid gland to function properly. It's the best dietary source of iodine, which helps to support the thyroid gland. It also contains other vitamin K, B vitamins, zinc and iron, along with antioxidants that help to protect the body cells from damage. The recommended dietary intake (RDI) for

Does a Person with Diabetes can Eat Dates??

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  People who are suffering from diabetes can eat a serving of 2–3 dates at a time. However, before having a serving of dates the person should take advice from their doctor to confirm that eating dates is safe. Those people who are suffering from diabetes should follow a diet and should intake fewer amounts of carbohydrates to keep their blood sugar levels constant. Dates can vary in different sizes and different varieties. One of the varieties of dates like Medjool dates is larger compared to all other varieties. A Medjool date is highly rich in calories, carbohydrates, sugars, and fiber. A Medjool date that weighs 24 g consists of 66.5% of calories, 18 g of carbohydrates, 16 g of sugars, and 1.61 g of fiber. Dates are also highly rich in a variety of nutrients . Some of the nutrients which are present in dates include magnesium and potassium. These nutrients are also a good source of fiber, carbohydrates, and antioxidants. The fibers which are present in dates are used in slowi

How Ayurveda Treats Diabetes?

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  The cure of diabetes in Ayurveda calls for dietary changes that can help control blood glucose levels. The dietary references suggested for the Ayurveda treatment for diabetic patients include. In the olden texts of Ayurveda, Diabetes is stated as one of the diseases affecting the rich and the affluent. However, in today’s creation, we now know that Type II Diabetes has a reach across the full field of society and knows no class or race! It, along with obesity and cardiovascular diseases has become the number one malady arising out of poor lifestyle and food habits. Ayurvedic treatments for diabetes range from internal, herbal medications to purifying Panchakarma measures such as Vamana, Virechana, Vasti, etc., based on the severity of the condition. Use your spices wisely - Spices like turmeric, cumin, coriander, and cardamom should be used during cooking. Instead of eating three big meals, 5 or 6 small meals can be eaten to stop blood sugar level spikes. The food expende

Bitter Melon help to cure Diabetes! Myth or Fact?

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Bitter melon is connected to control the body's glucose which helps in treating diabetes in few cases; As the Bitter melon has properties that act like insulin, which carries glucose into the cells for energy which transforms and winds up in the circulatory system. The utilization of Bitter melon can help cells to use glucose and move it to the liver, muscles, and fat. Bitter melon is not only controlling the blood sugar, it is also used to cure various diseases like Respiratory disorders, Liver tonic, Immune system, Acne, Diabetes, Constipation, Weight loss, Kidney and bladder, Heart disease, Cancer. And it also contains numerous supplements which are helpful for wellbeing. But generally, bitter melon is not a scientifically or medically proven treatment or drug for prediabetes or diabetes and in some cases; it is also viewed as a reciprocal or elective medication for treating diabetes. Beyond this, it can be taken as a healthy diet which rich in vitamins A and C as well as iron

Why diabetes attack during pregnancy?

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                                  Introduction:  This case is called Gestational diabetes , Insulin is a hormone that is stored in our body or which is utilized for energy. During pregnancy, the body creates more insulin to assist the infant with developing. Simultaneously, pregnancy can likewise make more resistant to insulin. This is the reason numerous women create diabetes during pregnancy (gestational diabetes).  At the time of pregnancy , the placenta gives developing infant supplements and oxygen. The placenta likewise releases hormones. In late pregnancy, the hormones like estrogen, cortisol, and human placental lactogen can obstruct insulin. At the point when insulin is hindered, it's called insulin obstruction. Glucose can't go into the body's cells. The glucose stays in the blood and makes the glucose levels go up thus resulting in diabetes. Even though high glucose (hyperglycemia) is more normal during pregnancy, the adjustments in the body during pregnancy an

What is Telemedicine? Does it really support Diabetes Healthcare!

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  Telemedicine is the use of telecommunications to support health care. Now a day’s technology is playing a major role in human life, in the same way, to provide an accurate healthcare interpretation in diabetes the telemedicine is very helpful. The main motive of this methodology is to facilitate productive interaction between the patient and the health care provider to achieve improved treatment results and lower treatment costs. This shows how modem technology can be a useful tool for providing effective management of type 1 diabetes. Telemedicine is intervened and communicated with the help of our own devices like cell phones, computers, digital assistants, etc... So it will be easier for a major population in the world. Telemedicine is applied in diabetes to manage the patient health by the healthcare providers in a better and systematic manner, including patient-collected physiological data, such as blood glucose levels, continuous glucose levels, blood pressure, laboratory dat

How does Artificial Pancreas treatment work in Diabetes?

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The pancreas plays an important role in the human body by keeping the blood sugar levels under control. The pancreas generally works as a transmitter of blood sugar, as the blood sugar rises after eating, and the sugar level in the blood would increase and hence the blood sugar is moved from the bloodstream to the cells with the help of  insulin hormone . The transferred blood sugar in the cells is stored for energy. And whenever the blood sugar levels get decreased, the pancreas release glucagon hormone, which intimates the liver to release the stored sugar into the bloodstream. In this way, the pancreas is one of the major organs for body function and metabolism.     In general,  Type 1 diabetes  patients consist of damaged pancreatic cells that make insulin. Hence they are unable to release the hormone. This is the reason why diabetes patients tend to inject insulin themselves when their blood sugar gets too high. So there is an urge for such medical development in diabetes trea