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How to lose weight with type 2 diabetes?

How to lose weight with type 2 diabetes?

Everyone knows that diabetes and excess weight are interrelated phenomena. Therefore, it often seems that you will not be able to lose weight with diabetes. But this is not the case, say nutritionists. Of course, losing weight with diabetes is somewhat more difficult than without it. “It’s all about the hormone insulin,” says Gina Jalowic, …

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Welsh nhs recommends saxagliptin as an option in type 2 diabetes

Welsh nhs recommends saxagliptin as an option in type 2 diabetes

The mechanism of action of incretins Incretins are a person’s hormones produced by the gastrointestinal tract at the time of admission to him for food. Due to their action, the production of insulin increases, which helps to digest glucose, which is released during digestion. To date, two types of incretins have been discovered: GLP-1 (glucagon-like …

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Weak evidence for radix astragali in treating diabetic retinopathy

Weak evidence for radix astragali in treating diabetic retinopathy

Diabetic retinopathy is an ophthalmic disease that develops against the background of diabetes. The consequences of this disease are very severe, with a neglected condition, blindness occurs. How to recognize the first signs of pathology? Let’s look at the degree of diabetic retinopathy and the existing methods of its treatment. What is diabetes? Diabetic retinopathy …

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Tight glycaemic control may prevent neuropathy in type 1 but not type 2

The importance of glycemic control in the prevention of diabetic nephropathy in type 2 diabetes Issue of the magazine: may 2013 L. V. Nedosugova Department of endocrinology FPPOV Sechenov Moscow state medical UNIVERSITY The article discusses the modern approach to the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of diabetic nephropathy (DN), which develops against the background of …

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Sedentary behaviour is associated with metabolic syndrome

Sedentary behaviour is associated with metabolic syndrome

Metabolic syndrome is a clinical and laboratory complex of symptoms that occurs when a metabolic disorder occurs. The pathology is based on the immunity or resistance of cells and peripheral tissues to insulin. When sensitivity to the hormone responsible for glucose uptake is lost, all processes in the body begin to proceed abnormally. Patients have …

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