Population with Diagnosed Diabetes


Age-Adjusted Rate per 100 of Civilian, Noninstitutionalized


The data show that blacks are disproportionately affected by diabetes. From 1980 through 2011, the age-adjusted prevalence of diagnosed diabetes increased among all sex-race groups examined. From 1980 through 2011, the age-adjusted prevalence of diagnosed diabetes was higher among blacks than whites, and highest in general among black females. During this time period, the age-adjusted prevalence increased 160% (from 2.5% to 6.5%) among white males, 108% (from 2.6% to 5.4%) among white females, 148% (from 4.0% to 9.9%) among black males, and 84% (from 4.9% to 9.0%) among black females. Among Asians, from 1997 through 2011, the age-adjusted prevalence increased 81% (from 4.3% to 7.8%) among males and 49% (from 3.7% to 5.5%) among females.


The A1C Test

The A1C Test and Diabetes

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How do you know if you have type 2 diabetes? Certified Diabetes Educator, Joy Pape, joins Michael Stevens, host of Vsauce, to explain why it’s so important to get screened for diabetes, and what screening results may mean.

Epsom salt

Epsom salt is essentially magnesium sulfate, which can be very beneficial to your body. You need magnesium to help ensure you have proper muscle and nerve growth, as well as enzyme function.

Though little research has been done on the effectiveness of magnesium sulfate on helping with the symptoms of diabetes, there may be some link to it helping with some of its side effects.

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prevent type 2 diabetes

To help prevent type 2 diabetes and its
complications, people should:
• Achieve and maintain healthy body weight.
• Be physically active – at least 30 minutes of
regular, moderate-intensity activity on most
• Early diagnosis can be accomplished through
relatively inexpensive blood testing.
• Treatment of diabetes involves lowering blood
sugar and the levels of other known risk
factors that damage blood vessels.
• Tobacco cessation is also important to avoid

Diabetes is not a disease; it is a reaction of the body to survive

A body does not want to die. Nobody just likes to die, to give up, and kick the bucket. Physical discomfort is another story.

Diseases, or, that what we describe as disease are always the result of ‘something’. Colds can be sustained by coldness and rain. A broken leg can be caused by a fall. If you do not eat, you feel hungry.
You get appetite due to an empty stomach. If we eat food, the feeling will disappear. Then food was the right solution. This is not a disease, but a question of too little food.

Diabetes, a word often heard today, and it is used often, as it comes in handy. Was diabetes in earlier times also a term en vogue? Even small children are confronted with this diagnose; is this normal?
Diabetes and obesity often go together.

Our bodies however have to accept anything we eat. We use, for example, unhealthy spreads on our sandwich; spreads, only ‘one molecule different from plastic’.


Fight cramps

Packed with fiber, vitamins and minerals, pumpkins are known to help prevent arteriosclerosis or hardening of the arteries. Like to munch? Pumpkin seeds contain phytosterols, which can help to lower cholesterol levels and improve heart health.

Protect your skin

High levels of phytosterols in pumpkin are also a great way to boost your immune system during cold and flu season.

Lose weight

Like all orange fruits and veggies, pumpkin is full of powerful anti-aging nutrients called cartenoids that protect your skin from the sun. High levels of vitamin E also help to support smooth, youthful skin.

Reduce risk of cancer

Low in calories and packed with healthy fiber, pumpkin is the perfect food for dieters. At just 50 calories per serving, you can fill up fast without worrying about your waistline. If you are looking to reduce the calories in your baked goods this season, consider replacing butter or oil with pureed pumpkin. It will keep recipes moist and delicious without all the extra calories.

High in phytonutrients like alpha- and beta-carotene, pumpkin packs a punch against cancers including lung, colon, bladder, cervical, breast and skin. The sterols in pumpkin seeds are also an excellent protection against cancer.

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cholesterol, blood glucose, lipids, and triglycerides

Weekly for 4 weeks, buy at the fair or supermarket, pumpkin pieces. Should not be the pumpkin squash and pumpkin rather large, which is usually used to make candy. Daily, peel 100 grams of pumpkin, place the pieces in a blender (raw), along with water (WATER ONLY!), And mix well, making a vitamin pumpkin with water. Take this vitamin fasting, 15-20 minutes before breakfast (breakfast / breakfast). Do this for a month, every time your blood needs to be corrected. Can control the outcome, making analysis before and after treatment with other pumpkin. According to the doctor, there is no contraindication; because it is just a natural vegetable and water (do not use sugar!). The teacher, excellent chemical engineer, studied the pumpkin to know which of the active ingredients it contains and concluded, at least partially, that it is present in a solvent of low molecular weight cholesterol: cholesterol more harmful and dangerous – LDL. During the first week, urine has a large amount of LDL (low molecular weight), which results in cleaning of arteries, including the brain, thereby increasing the person’s memory


Conscious Eating

Conscious Eating has been referred to as the “Bible of Vegetarians,” for both beginners and advanced students of health. This classic work in the field of live-food nutrition is an inspirational journey and a manual for life. Included is new information on enzymes, vegetarian nutrition for pregnancy, and an innovative international 14-day menu of gourmet, Kosher, vegetarian, live-food cuisine, plus 150 recipes.

Published on Nov 20, 2012

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