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    Diabetics in majority remains uncontrolled: Experts

    Experts say diabetes in at least 70 per cent Mumbaikars remains uncontrolled.

    Diabetes is considered a lifetime disease with no possibility of remission or cure. Diabetes mellitus is a chronic ailment caused by the body's inability to produce insulin, or by the ineffective use of the insulin produced. Such a deficiency results in increased concentrations of glucose in the blood, which in turn damage many of the body's systems. Once diagnosed with this sugar disease, a person is expected to change his/her eating pattern, exercise regularly and take increasing dosages of medicines.

    "In India, diabetes affects over 60 million people and the numbers are increasing rapidly with improving affordability. The risk of diabetes related complications such as heart attack, kidney failure, brain stroke, blindness, nerve damage and amputations due to compromised blood supply is highest in uncontrolled diabetics," said Dr Ramen Goel, head of bariatric surgery at Nova Specialty Surgery. "Unfortunately, in spite of extensive research, educational programs and available medicines, worldwide over 50% and in Mumbai 70% of diabetics remain uncontrolled. This results in feeling of helplessness, depression and shortening of life span," he added.

    Bariatric surgery, which was started in 1950s primarily for weight loss in significantly obese people was seen to result in diabetes control in most of the patients. Since 2004, various research studies have shown that 80% - 90% diabetic patients may have remission of diabetes post this surgery. Remission is defined as normal blood sugar levels without requirement of medicines.

    "Initially considered a side benefit of weight loss procedure, now it has been accepted that diabetes remission is a direct impact of this surgery and not an after effect of weight loss. In most of the patients' blood sugar becomes normal within 3-7 days after the surgery, even before any substantial weight loss begins. This surgery impacts the intestinal hormones called incretins, which are now believed to be responsible for type II diabetes," said Goel.

    Modification of bariatric surgery known as Ileal transposition surgery is now used to treat thin diabetics with equally good remission rates. Though a recent developments, bariatric or metabolic surgery as it is called now, has been accepted by International Diabetes Federation, American Society of Metabolic & Bariatric Surgery and Obesity Surgery Society of India.

    Experts are of the belief that it is only a matter of time before the tables are turned and 70% diabetic Indians will not only be controlled diabetic but also have freedom from daily injections or consuming tablets for sugar control.


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    Tips on reversing diabetes mellitus

    Can diabetes be cured? Yes, reversing diabetes includes diabetes management of diet, personal hygiene and exercise.

    Diabetes mellitus can render life unsatisfactory especially when the sweetness in life is drained away. Cure diabetes by reversing diabetes mellitus. We take a look at different ways to reverse diabetes naturally.

    Tips on reversing diabetes mellitus:
    1. Snacking: When hungry, consume food rich in fibre or milk without creams or fresh fruits. Choosing the right snack and being responsible for your eating habits can help control and reverse diabetes mellitus.

    2. Diet: There are several diets and recommendations for diets that can reverse diabetes mellitus. From raw food diet to vegan diet, they have worked for different individuals.

    3. Exercise: Sergei Boutenko, passionate raw food diet promoter and successfully managed to reverse diabetes says, "Exercise is an absolute MUST! I recommend vigorous exercise. Running, jump roping, jumping on a trampoline, crossfit, bootcamp, salsa dancing, bhangra dancing, and anything and everything that gets your lymphy moving and your body sweating."

    According to our fitness expert and Strength and Conditioning Coach, Arnav Sarkar reinforces the importance of exercise for diabetics, "As most diabetics will know that in their body insulin sensitivity is very poor, thus they have high blood sugar levels. However what they need to know is that regular exercise can help them to improve their body's insulin sensitivity. And to do that the best way is to train intensely. While gentle walking can help, more intense activities like weight training, sprinting, kickboxing, etc will work even better. Of course for a diabetic it is always recommended that they first consult their doctors before they start any exercise program."

    4. Home remedies: Diabetologist, Dr. Sanjiv Bhambani with Moolchand Medcity shares his recipes for diabetes diet for Indians:
    - Soak one teaspoon of methi seeds overnight in 100 ml of water and consume the water next morning.
    - Consume tomato juice with salt and pepper every morning on an empty stomach.

    5. Calories for reversing diabetes: Per day calorie intake should be between 1,500-1,800 calories with a proportion of 60:20:20 between carbohydrates, fats and proteins, respectively.


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    Meat-based diet associated with diabetes risk

    A new study has revealed that women who eat meat-based diet containing too much acid are more likely to develop type 2 diabetes.

    Researchers, who studied a group of 66,485 women, pointed that typically acidic foods consist of animal products, but fruits and vegetables helped to neutralise acidity, the Independent reported.

    Chronic acidosis, which is a condition caused by increased acidity in the blood and body tissues, reduces insulin sensitivity.

    Scientists recorded 1,372 new cases of type 2 diabetes over a period of 14 years and found that women whose potential renal acid load (Pral) scores were in the top 25 per cent were at 56 per cent greater risk of developing diabetes than those in the bottom 25 per cent.


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