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"diabetes health" Discussed on The HeFluence Podcast

The HeFluence Podcast

07:03 min | 1 year ago

"diabetes health" Discussed on The HeFluence Podcast

"So I got him to tweet spinach and Broccoli and Kale. It's too expensive. Because one guy came to see me with four mangoes. And I said Oh. Thank you for bringing the mango to notes for me. I said as four mangoes in one sitting. said. Yeah I said Sir this for the whole month. You're listening to. PODCAST in we're having candidate and actionable conversations about your health relationships, business n ministry, and now here's your host. The second chance coach for men Michael David Huey. Guys welcome to another session of podcast. I am your host Michael David. Chiu I'm the founder and CEO of He fluence and It's a sunny day here in Florida and My guest is actually from Canada today and. I I love Canadians. I've been I. Actually Two of my last three interviews have been people from Canada. my friend Jason should wear I interviewed him a great interview and I'm excited to get to know Dr Grant. More, today he a great connection from my friend Lori McNeil. As if you don't know Laurie you need to get to know Lori Lori will help you in many areas when it comes to media and getting yourself expose getting yourself on podcast getting yourself on television getting your brand. She's she's became one of my close close me and my wife's close friends and so I'm excited to. Share with you today and. As I said for you to get to know Dr Grant and I am not going to read all of his bio because if I did we would take up the first ten minutes of the show. So he and for those of you if you're on spotify or anchor or I tunes you you know that we do these zoom and we do in broadcasted also on Youtube and so he's he's laughing I'm laughing because it's he's he's had a diverse background in the wellness industry since the since the early eighties and he has consulted for Health Canada if you know much about Health Canada me being a nutritionist and. Today I'm actually wearing my bio hacker t shirt actually a one hundred percent full-fledged bio hacker. I'm passionate about nutrigenomics I'm passionate about a gene expression and and in the gut health and I know that my guest today is very passionate about that in about anti-aging I, I have A. Dr Georges Getting, know a little bit better today by what I'm teaching is be is what I'm saying is because you know several years ago I thought I I thought I had it together and I thought that I knew what I was doing I had a cellular age check and I was like man I'm going to be really below my cellular age I I was taking about forty to fifty supplements a day I was exercising eating healthy i. I had just finished my masters in and I was I I. I laugh. I have about thirty five. I have I'm called the certification King Dislike Dr. George has. Has All these lists of credentials? So he understands what I'm talking about and and but you know what's pales in comparison I said this this morning to one of my coaching clients in his wife that pales in comparison to the wisdom that God gives us by being around the right people. And learning I believe we can always learn from each other if you're not learning and growing your dying and so Dr. George has has as written seven books. What's I think is pretty awesome. I'm in the process of writing my first book which yes, it took me too long to get started I. started in my thirties which I waited ties fifty but that's okay all in God's timing he's he's he's like me he's worked with professional athletes Olympic athletes He's got his his doctorate and integrative and Humanitarian Medicine Ortho molecular and Integrative Medicine is to my passions I love integrative health and nutrition and medicine. I I love that he also has degrees in nutrition and biochemistry which means that he's a forward thinker. He's a forward thinker. He he he wants to help people obtain optimal health gay and when you when you're in. This field in your in working with people. The most important thing that we have to do is we have to make sure that it's not about us. It's about the people that we work with and so. I'm grateful that my friend Laurie connected me with with Dr Grant, and now I'm going to actually. Let him tell his story. So welcome to the he fluence podcast Dr George Grant and you end Dr Grant. Before you take over we were laughing this morning. When I I was I was I was sharing with my wife all of your credentials she says you sure it's not ulysses grant she said because she kind of has a. Sense of humor you know and I said I said well, I said that I and now you stole it so clear just laughing and going back and forth but it's it's an honor and a privilege to have you here today and I'm excited to get to know you better. So welcome to the podcast my friend. Thank you so much Michael the honor, his mind, and my story is simple when I was eighteen years young. My mother passed away from heart attack anti had hypertension diabetes health problems that can lots of mets the bypass she did not work. So here I am Itching Years Young I was orphaned. No Mom. My grandparents died in their fifties and my father died in his late fifties. So I wanted to find out exactly how we can prevent is diabetes hypertension heart disease from young eighteen years young. So this is where the show started. I just turned out to be seventy, lost me and most of my clients telling me I look ten years younger is exec because I'm doing exactly what? You're telling us. Michael about prevention not intervention. So I just in my early career what prevention intervention about self scare instead of crisis care. So, or multiple is week. Here we serve we educate we do not Medicaid will not operate will do not vaccinate with not irradiate. Irritate so basically, our.

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"diabetes health" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"diabetes health" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"The more than fifty one hundred cases county wide the mayor is urging people to maintain their health from home even with the governor stay at home orders we need in our communities to continue checking in with their primary care physicians whether be teleconference or video chat to address those chronic or underlying health issues including diabetes health disease and making sure they have their dialysis treatments she says there soon will be more free testing sites in the South Bay and some sites may be set up at food distribution events Maryland Haidar cocoa news in Chula Vista stupid is back on the job he spent eleven days on a ventilator lost twenty seven pounds but did beat Colbert nineteen councilman Steve PDS as he's headed back to work as the chairman of the California coastal commission who meets today and tomorrow after more than three weeks in the hospital his family saying they were unsure at some point if you would even make it calling the UC San Diego medical staff heroes and now that he is back to work you can ask your beat for leading questions to the commission by filling out a request online P. a likely contracted the virus before showing symptoms but did not infect any other agency members when they met in March Zachary Barnes colonials the city of San Diego mayor fall girl over the president of Esty genie in the electrical workers union talking about measures taken to ensure everyone has power during the outbreak the mayor says during the pandemic S. T. G. D. grid workers are spending time away from their families missing loved ones birthdays in an effort to keep you safe since this pandemic started they have lived and worked on site completely separate from their colleagues mere Faulkner says they are essential employees keeping the lights on for doctors nurses even at the grocery stores fire and police stations and aiding in the covert nineteen research taking place at local labs thank all of our great operators and their families for the measures that they are taking that allow all of us to stay healthy Phil Farrar cocoa news in California obviously dealing with the outbreak will also venture to deal with wildfires governor Newsom dress that here today the status in a sixty percent increase in wildfires compared to this time last year and the governor wanted to address the issue up front that is news conference that is usually covered nineteen centric it's a tired cliche but you got to walk and chew gum at the same time will focus on C. nineteen were focused on on a virus mitigation I tried to do our.

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"diabetes health" Discussed on Diabetes Health in The News Podcast

Diabetes Health in The News Podcast

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"diabetes health" Discussed on Diabetes Health in The News Podcast

"Wished some electronics engineers with the car And were able to integrate to originally badge. Twenty eleven by x Com was now night on my steering wheel through the Tech Science. The VELCRO was now that that's right so that receivers now integrated with the because to not only. Does the race card charged my receiver for me but unable to see my blood glucose right all by steering wheel right on by electric dash so in front of me. I have speed. I oil pressure blood. Sugar Water temperature car and my body data right thirty. Gather and you. You mentioned who I share that with and beneath thing donald the data being in the CAR SISTA is extent via Telemetry Radio. Back to the timing standard pit lane with all the engineers so the engineers and mechanics but are watching the computer screen making sure that the cars running right and keep an eye on it and make sure the by bodies running right as well and if my wife's there she cheat and keep an eye on If you know by personal managers there they keep an eye on it. Whoever sort of has an extra set of eyes And that's part of where that education within within the race team comes in because they need to know what numbers are outside normal parameters and back. Then you used to use to have two bottles in the car. One was A glucose liquid one was water. So do you still do that or mused? I do get inside. I think back in twenty eleven the valve we used was kind of big clunky and it was mounted on the side of the car. We had basically you know to drink bags. One with water and one with a glucose rich fluid is you said when you use orange juice with extra sugar in it so it's pretty dense as far as carbohydrate to volume so. I don't have to drink a whole lot of volume to get the impact into my blood glucose But since then my dad who mechanical engineer and designed race cars designed a valve for me And we got treaty printed and plastic at Bell. Now right on my seatbelt and from the seat belt that host that runs into my helmet is pretty close to four or six fluid ounces to it gives me kind of a rough measure of how many carbs drinking based on when I switched the vowel from water which is what I normally drink to that glucose fluid which I've never never actually needed in a car to keep going because my diabetes. How do you prepare? In terms of like woody eat before arrays or do not eat much because of the speed that you're going and could make you feel nauseous What's what's that like. I don't think I could not eat before a race. The more of the challenges with driving indycar is. We don't have power steering We don't have power brakes and a five hundred mile race to be three three and a half hours long but just like the mechanics. Prepare the race car and fuelled the race car. I need to make sure that I'm doing by body as well My creates nail typically. It's not particularly exciting and by the end of the season Particularly tasty but Most by meals during race weekend hour plane grilled chicken breasts Plain White Pasta with a little olive oil on it Salad and some fruit. And it's all weighed and measured out And I'm not sure I can't without remembering digging through some of the research to make sure I could nail down. How many calories are in that meal? But I know that it's it's about forty I wanNA save forty to seventy grand of carbohydrate And I will take in fun for that with the idea that I take a little less than I would if I wasn't in the race card. Is that the night law quarrel day meal typically On on the day itself So so if the races at two o'clock in the afternoon usually eat lunch at eleven eleven thirty when I need those carbs that that lunchtime meal pre rate take some fun and and I'll reduce it by Dow twenty twenty five percent. I'll kind of undershoot so to speak on. My employer does because I'm aiming for my blood sugar to be a little higher than I would on it all day. If if I was a day but I was in the office or traveling. I aim to be a great a patient with diabetes. My blood sugar is ninety. Two one twenty five all the time and if he asked me I will tell you that almost with a straight face but in the in the race car I WANNA have a safety If my blood sugar is too high then I lose concentration and focus I noticed some vision issues when when my pleasure is north of two twenty to forty If the reaction times and I don't want to be too low either. One of the unique challenges of day beatty's is you're not aiming to stay above a certain number or stay under a certain number you have to stay in the middle of the road And so between my exercise physiologist Dr Peters Experience. You've taken all of that. Pgn data from the race car. And put it into a regression analysis with Competitiveness on the track the type of race track to g loads weather pitstop time And looked at finishing position starting position average lifetime time and distilled it all down and for me my performance wise my ideal blood sugar is really one fifty to one seventy five milligrams per deciliter. Bor And I know that kind of getting into the weeds a little bit about what my blood sugar is. And how advantage it race car But I think it's a good example that you could figure out how to make. Work Make Diabetes Management Work based on whatever it is. You're doing it like if that's driving a race car or something all right well. It's very impressive Charlie what you do and The way you manage it and you really have a very nice disposition in terms of your diabetes and Sharing your thoughts and being inspirational to other people. I appreciate it. It's it's very fulfilling. I never thought that I would have the opportunity Because of what I did in life is I sitting down at work and wearing a helmet to to my office that I would get the opportunity to meet so many people and hopefully inspire at least one person through what I do at work and frankly I think it's made me a better athlete.

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"diabetes health" Discussed on Diabetes Health in The News Podcast

Diabetes Health in The News Podcast

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"diabetes health" Discussed on Diabetes Health in The News Podcast

"The science has evolved of flooding meditation. Then my treatment has evolved as well. I worked very closely with by healthcare. I'm a huge proponent. That diabetes is a team. Sport breaks a full team to successfully manage diabetes when it comes down to medical professionals for sure by chronology Dr Peters Diabetes Educator Donna. Working with the nutritionist. My exercise physiologist integrated that. But it's also my team at home. It's it's my wife. My parents my sister. My friends that I'm having a hard day on burned out. They're the ones that support me healthy and encourage me Even people the diabetes community are the people that understand what I what I go through every day and sometimes reaching out to ban and just talking through challenges they faced or how things have gone really well for the last couple of weeks Is I think that's an important part of vantage get talked about Managing Diabetes exported working within that team to continue to ask questions about what infringer available. What injection method allergies are out there? how how things worked for me? It find having problems if I have an issue with by JAB activity. Is someone else they that overcome that. I think that that dialogue is really important to keep getting better lie. I think families are really important component. My former husband is a type. One of forty four years and doesn't have any diabetes complications. And we're really good friends and I was meeting recently. Were talking about blood. Sugars new said. Don't you remember you know? We got married in her late twenties. I don't remember every time my blood sugar was high said. Don't worry it's GonNa come down and it really made a difference and I said I really said that he's like yeah and it helped so I really. It's interesting because even for me I you know having these conversations you forget that how important your family is. Because it's easy are they're that first line of support and and sometime. I definitely kill badly. That has to get the deal with my Mood swing by blood. Sugar Swing sometime and the Beeping of my my desk com g six bedside table in the middle of the night those sorts of things. I feel badly that when she's trying to sleep and especially at the moment she's pregnant and where Trying to make sure she gets arrest. And sometimes especially if I'm hovering around and alarm blood sugar and I've a glowing above the flow it It doesn't always wake me up because I I hear it. I understand by punchers. Okay right around that alarm number. I'm fine but it definitely wakes her up. I feel badly about. I think you know as you were saying. Family's really important but also diabetes is a family disease you know. Everyone learned to participate. I know for me when I got involved with my former husband. I was really impressed. The way he manages diabetes. He really was proactive. He wasn't embarrassed about it. And the way he modeled. It was the way I expected everyone to being than later when I start working in the industry I realized that not. Everyone's like that so modeling that in having the support and having your family support you know rather than publicly shaming you for example some people write me and say hey you know i. I dated someone and they tested their blood sugar at the table. Unite isn't that improper knows like I said No. It's not so so I think that's I think to me that's one of the great things about having worked with the race with influence program for the last twelve years is being able to green diabetes into the light a little bit too to kind of remove some of those stigmas that people talk about And I can't remember who it was. It was another notice patient lassiter and he was talking about. How is his grandmother had diabetes and and they didn't talk about it they said. Oh she she's got the sugar just kind of it was. It was just kind of a nord or almost minimized and now the conversation around diabetes has changed part of it is the growth of the the community wants. Take Two's And access all right access and communication. I think social media podcast boggs. Online interaction has really allowed the conversation within the diabetes community to to remove that stick by to to make it more of a interactive dialogue with all of the stakeholders within the the disease state from. You know medication. Companies to healthcare professionals to patients to advocates to passengers. There's there's there's this great continuing to grow as low energy of bow the conversation and and the future And then something that you know being involved with no one can being part grace within flip program. I think my rookie year in Indycar in twenty eleven in fact couple years before that has been a lot of fun to be part of and does the new team that you're racing with is something that they're learning about also taken it upon themselves. They know the difference between type one type two or do you feel a responsibility to them with that. Like oh it's funny. You say a responsibility to educate I think I see it as an opportunity to you educate The new team for me. It's really exciting on a professional level to raise for somebody like Aj four Aj for history with indycar racing thing within the Indianapolis Motor speedway general as a driver. He's one all over the world. Some of US psychotic races out there and touch was the first four time winner of the Indianapolis five hundred. That's pretty rarified. Air and he has his face on the Warner Trophy. Times fighting it out with five hundred in five different decades and you talk about that and how challenging it is to just make indy five hundred not only did he make it in five different decades. But then he went on to win it four times so his history as a driver. Is it Tommy? The whole team and a culture of the team the being able to to learn from him and and work with their team at at in the card every car race. This year is pretty exciting. I think it's it's early days within by awareness and education campaign within the the race team but there are a couple of team members mechanics team managers. But I've worked with at previous rates. So they're pretty aware and they're really excited to to continue to learn and and learn about the race with programming. Will THAT BE TRUMP? Let let me ask you with the decks COM G. Sex.

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"diabetes health" Discussed on Diabetes Health in The News Podcast

Diabetes Health in The News Podcast

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"diabetes health" Discussed on Diabetes Health in The News Podcast

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"diabetes health" Discussed on The mindbodygreen Podcast

The mindbodygreen Podcast

08:08 min | 1 year ago

"diabetes health" Discussed on The mindbodygreen Podcast

"The control group. Just following standard diabetes care and the other group Got Standard Diabetes Care Plus Dietary Terry intervention which was very similar to our traffic light system. They are free living people just being taught how to eat. Show them the movie forks over knives to the all the carbohydrate Heidrich food you want all the potatoes all the fruits or wherever you want lots of Greens you gotta limit. The high fat foods limit the avocados limit the nuts and seeds. Keep your percent percent of calories from fat between seven fifteen percent. That's what they and so in this study. They reported the greatest weight loss of any Saudi ever published changed without calorie restriction and without exercise at six and twelve months so lost twenty six pounds at six months they also saw every single participant spent reduced their medication use. They saw a one. C value dropped from six point zero to five point five in the intervention group in the Control Group agency went up five point five percent to five point seven so they went. Doing Standard Diabetes Care became more diabetic. Moving into the prediabetes category. So it was great study and it just again illustrates. When you're eating healthy whole foods you genuinely can eat large amounts really is? It's the balked that gets you fall. It's the fiber plus the water that makes the food so satisfying. And by the time. You're like mechanically I. I don't even food. You haven't eaten that many calories. It's sort sort of naturally calorie restricting. You could adjust the calorie density if you want to either lose weight or gain weight all within the parameters of the green foods that we have listed in the book concerns. Okay the question is what are we going to be talking about six months from now. Yeah Okay here's what I think. There's a difference between what I want to be talking about what I think the world world is what I think the world is going to be talking about is going to be key Tokyo. Tokyo's can get it's GonNa get even more hardcore Kito and there's going to be a lot more conversation about is the Ketogenic Diet something. That's actually good for long term health. Because there's a substantial number of short term studies that are showing improvements in ten weeks or three months or six months but over the course of the time. We're going to get these studies. They're going to be two two years five years and beyond and I think that's going to be a big topic of conversation. Do I wanNA talk about that. Sure I think it's moderately partly interesting. I would rather talk about the true power of eating carbohydrate rich foods like I mean it's broken record. At this point I would love to see see more studies showing the true metabolic power of just like what rob you're saying of a diet that contains more fruits a diet that contains more starchy the vegetables with out calorie restriction. That's what I wanna see and I think that the evidence is there. The evidence has been there for a long time. I would like it to become more popular. I would like it to become more mainstream. Because that's where the true beauty of a plant based Diet lies and that's where the true I think a lot of science that's yet to be discovered lies but yet somehow the conversation is not really focused on that and the conversation has more in the sort of How do I eat more fat more bacon more cheese? Look I always go back my favorite quote about nutrition which I think describes my philosophy. Eh Michael Pollen eat food not too much mostly plants right it's pretty straightforward. Yeah I can do that yeah. It's a very simple philosophy. That's one of the things and we've also learned over. The course of time is that this world can get really really really complicated. And we can zoom down into tiny little details about arguing where the triglycerides entered word exited converted Yada Yada and Dino Valente Genesis here and there we can geek out on all that stuff is fine but at the end of the day again. What matters is the public health recommendations recommendations? What matters is what people are are actually doing in the real world and if you have a philosophy that's just that simple you know eat? The by the consensus here amongst many different types of researchers now is eat a diet that is mostly plants right small amounts of animal food. And if you do that you reduce your stress levels you exercise frequently bone. That's the one more thing that people are going to talk about in the world of diabetes health specifically sure it'll be like ahead of the curve because this this is going to become a big deal going on the record on the record. The diabetes world is going to get fascinated with the concept of time in range and that is basically a metric where we're using continuous glucose monitors which measure our bug because every five minutes and again these are becoming a big deal type twos as well with the freestyle. Lebron some measure of how much time are we spending in a specific range and the diabetes community specifically for type. One have said that the goal range is between seventy the and one eighty he wanted to be there for a minimum of seventy percent of the day. Okay now you don't WanNa be low which is below seventy for any more than four percent of of the day and then above one eighty minimize as much as possible and unfortunately the type one community at large. We're not doing well. So people who are using a multiple daily injections or decks COM G. Six they're getting time in range. Roughly between fifty sixty five percent people who start using an insulin pump. They get a little bit improved time in range. Maybe closer to seventy percent people who use a closed loop system where continuous glucose monitor talk to the insulin. Insulin pump and sort of acts as a pancreas a calling. An artificial pancreas is a recent study. Just come out came out. In Two Thousand Nineteen New England Journal of Medicine. They found people are getting closer. To the seventy five percent time and range that was the average and so this metric people are going to talk about as being more important than a one-seat especially with type one because because the criticism is that if you have a lot of low blood glucose readings that's GonNa change the average and you can get a artificially low A.. ONC- like you you really going up. and down spending a lotta time high but because if you have enough lows that average will come out good and you can get solid one-seat so we've decided to start really paying attention to this and really be able to address that concern so I personally have been monitoring my timing range very diligently and I'm happy to report that following this method outlined in the book Oh my time and ranges ninety one percent which is really high really good. My low percentage is three percent and then my high is like six and the less than fifty five is less than one percent. So I want people to know that when you're eating these carbohydrates we've been talking about all day long today. They do not cause insulin spikes they're not gonNA cause this crazy volatility in your blood glucose so these devices also measure your average blog macos than you can imagine the standard deviation from Davidge Baku coast. And you're supposed to be that average. The standardization should be no more than three times. But to that average more than one third but the one thing I was messed it sadistics aspects is a funny so I'm happy to report. The mine is one fourth so again. There's not like these crazy crazy. Fluctuations so and people living with type two diabetes the freestyle published data on five hundred thousand people using the device and even then the only people that got close to seventy percent where people who are scanning fourteen times a day. Because it doesn't talk to your phone directly you have to scan. So it's really the diabetes community like we're struggling in that area area and we want to show people how they can absolutely improve and use technology. So the technology's crazy Jason. I WanNa have some fun here. Can I talk to Siri sure. Hey Siri what's my g. It's one hundred. Forty one and steady last check two minutes ago. The fact I'm I'm living with type one diabetes for twenty years and the fact that I can ask my phone. What my bug because reading is is mind boggling? So what we've done as as far as technology is great especially for people living with type one but of course we want people with pre diabetes type two diabetes. Let's let's make it a thing of the past. Let's you insulin sensitive..

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"diabetes health" Discussed on The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

09:33 min | 1 year ago

"diabetes health" Discussed on The Nutrition Diva's Quick and Dirty Tips for Eating Well and Feeling Fabulous

"You specialize in diabetes education. So let's talk a little bit about that. Particular sub category of the rankings because the diets were also looked at specifically in relationship to diabetes. And I noticed that in this case the best diets diabetes were actually very similar to the best diets overall. So why is there so much. Higher concordance between between Diabetes Health and overall health then there is between overall health and heart health or weight loss. I think overall health in heart health diabetes diabetes all Go together pretty congruent Louis. But with weight loss. We really have to look at Calorie control in Rehab Apt to look at long-term lifestyle behavior changes. So that's why weight loss. I think might fall outside the range or the realm of of others. But the reason that I think diabetes particularly Diabetes Prevention and overall aligned so closely is because because diabetes prevention really has to be a healthy eating pattern. It is not it should not be something like a very low carb ketogenic diet of some people will think that we wanna look at the. Food's IT actually help prevent diabetes and some of those are high in carbohydrates Barbara Hydrate. We have evidence that shows that Berries and yogurt are linked to lower risks of type two diabetes. We know that oats barley have bega glue can which is known for its cholesterol lowering properties. But it's also good at Managing Aging Blood Glucose. So I think that that the that makes it makes perfectly good sense but I think it might be surprising to people. Because when they I think diabetes prevention or diabetes management they automatically think carbohydrates right and of course with prevention and management. We are looking for something that can handy sustainable that. We can maintain long-term because we don't want to just prevent diabetes for sixty days or or three months. This is something that we want to do for a lifelong long who we are hearing so much these days about you mentioned plant slant earlier but we're hearing an awful lot about plant based diets being healthier for both people and the planet and I think a lot of people looking at these rankings might be surprised that the Vegan Diet was actually halfway down the list at number seventeen in terms of overall overall best diets. Although I will say the Vegetarian Diet was higher at number nine. What do you think heart Vegan Diet in these in this particular rating process? Well I can't speak for the other panelists obviously send going on my own experience. And just what I could assume but it's probably probably ease of following is one thing that made it lower in the rankings but then also when we put an emphasis on of waiting foods which unfortunately is the way Vegan is framed it. I would prefer if it were framed as healthy implant foods but really the majority of people frame it as I don't eat animal foods in when we look at diets of exclusion like that the the guidelines to eat hope boosting foods. Just there's some times so I can have a Vegan diet in eat potato data chips and twizzlers. You know all day long and that's still Vegan so I think those are the two reasons just the ease of following it and and then the lack of specific guidance for Quality Nutrition I was actually wondering whether it had something to do with the fact that a Vegan Diet does exclude certain certain nutrients that we really can only easily get from animal foods and of course it is possible to build a complete unhealthy unbalanced Megan Diet but a little bit harder exactly exactly so b twelve is the only nutrient that you're not going to be able to get on a totally the league in Diet and you really do need it in a supplemented supplements or fortified food like a wreck. Assyria might will. We're we're there. Now as you said the panel did not confer with one another you all were sort of ranking things in isolation and then presumably they crunched all these I I would have come up with this kind of the the Academy Awards right. We're there any rankings. That differed significantly from your personal opinion. Anything that jumped out at you when you saw the final rankings that you thought wow that's not how I ranked them Honestly have to go back and look at my rankings to see but I've never done that but there is one that surprises me only a little bit in that is the Nordic Diet that that one ranked ninth overall which tied with Orange in vegetarian but the concept of the new Nordic Diet is so oh similar to the Mediterranean style diet. It's basically eat. Wholesome foods that are local to you that I'm surprised that it wasn't closer to the Mediterranean terrain Ian Diet ranking and the reason that I guess that it wasn't is e 'cause we have allowed research studies? We can look at pubmed or various journals on the Mediterranean Diet like we can with the Dash Diet but there are much fewer research studies out there and published on the new Nordic Diet even though it is just so very similar in in concept to the Mediterranean Diet. Right it's kind of a Mediterranean diet for people who even colder climates. Exactly that's exactly what it is. There's a couple of different things that I don't show up in a Mediterranean Diet I think it says use organic produce whenever possible and produce less waste. I think those are things that are actually specific guidelines in the new Nordic Diet that art and a Mediterranean Diet the concept of the foods that you eat there. It's just so so. Oh similar while there is an enormous amount of research on the Mediterranean Diet. It's got to be one of the most studied diets in the history of nutrition research and I wondered it said that just because researchers would much rather go to Greece on their travel grants and their research grants than say Alaska or Norway's so you're just like races but boy is it cold we'll people who watch these ratings closely from year to year which to be perfectly honest is probably mostly people in the media like you and me. He often comment on how the diets are moving up and down the charts. Sort of like we we talk about. How songs or movies move up and down the charts but given the process here? There probably wouldn't be a lot of movement from year to year unless maybe some new research comes to light so right are any movements in the ratings from year to year. Mostly just the result of maybe changes in the reviewing panel because there is a little bit of subjective the judgment here yes there is all basing a lot of this on our own experience whether it be research experienced or working with but like I just work on with people for twenty plus years so we all have our own lands that we view it from the Pan who is much larger than it used to be. I don't know if it changed this year. Soy Very likely could have but over the years the panel has grown significantly -nificant. That would make a difference in the rankings and then any new research that comes out would also make a difference and then like I said this shit over thirty five guys that last year there were forty so just because of that just because they're being a different number there's GonNa be some movement jostle things around a little bit so in your view. Now that you've been through this whole process and we finally have this year's rankings. How can consumers best use this information? What's this actually good before I like to take the three talk diets at-at diets or nine? Whatever and then look at what they have in common and how you can make that part of your own personal path so? I don't think that we need to pick up any dialogue. Even though I've written a few books I don't think we need to pick up any diet book in think that that is the one half to hell. Yes oh I have said so. Many times in my life and in my writing that there's more than one way to a healthy plate and I think that this rankings ext to bad as well so I say just look at the ones that speak to you and find the best parts of each one two or three or five ever whatever and move forward yes and one of the convenient things about this report is that it does give you a pretty complete summary of the overall design nine and points of each diet in one centralized place. It's a little bit of a clearinghouse. Yes and we will have a link to that entire report in our show notes today as well of course as links to.

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07:43 min | 2 years ago

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"Student good even at the the. There's initially antibiotics. I don't think radically from your system. There new studies out past two years. Show that that twenty one days of antibiotics or even longer thirty days. Sixty days still doesn't our advocate. These microbes I. Just don't respond antibiotics. So what I've done is what I ended up doing is herbal therapy and in more got into it the more I realize how Di vote was I read about a lot of people on the Internet that were using it and when when hit when I look at it as an option. Trish therapy there were thousands of people. That report identified. The potential for harm was extremely low and the cost was love so it made a lot of sense to try this so if there had been higher risk that may have been an issue but the the the reported risk of using herbal therapy is extremely lot of people have been using it. For thousands of years many herbs that have antimicrobial properties in fact enter. Well some of the favorites that I have just starting off or ones call one called the Andrew Graph which is from India and other called Cat's claw which is from the Amazon are stopped to rely There's another Japanese knotweed. You really common one. There is a long list of herbs because you think about it. You know what we have a cellular immune system lamps white blood cells different varieties and and that how we take your microbes in our body and we have in the end. These the the white blood cells Lupton microbes or in the vacation. These microbes gobble up the cells that have been infected by these microbes in. We produce antibodies to them plants. Don't have that same kind of defense. Plants Volvo Chemical Defense System. Sir Plants have the same kind of micro dress of we do plus a wide range of other stress factors that they have to deal with So they don't use a cellular immune system used basically use a violent chemical immune system so they produce thousands and thousands and thousands of chemicals to protect themselves. The interesting thing is particular the by design. These things don't typically affect our friends. I don't affect our normal flora. But they're very good. At suppressing. These kinds of PATHOGENS EAST LOW GRADE PATHOGENS. It were dealing with So you can take her ten. You can take down for a long time and I have been for ten years and you know things. Just keep getting better every year. When you're taking these natural herbs is just a subsiding the symptoms or is it that your system is getting stronger. Is there a way that you're taking blood tests and seeing you know you have kind of a baseline of where you started and where you are afterwards in terms of your? His medical system is for treating treating acute illness and we do a good job with acute illness. Do a good job with acute infections. We've had a great deal of excess with highly barrel microbes And we use that with that. We use a strategy of of testing defining. The microbe Isolating IT TEN PARKING. It targeting it very specifically and then measuring to make sure that we've actually done our job If actually doesn't even work that way acute illness but in chronic illness. When you're talking about chronic immune dysfunction and multiple microbes in the body being affected. And not just a microbe. That is did I. It's it's it's not a practical approach So it's what I can tell. You is chronic. Line disease. Fibromyalgia chronic fatigue multiple sclerosis virtually all chronic illnesses have a common denominator of immune dysfunction And I think when you have that allows these microbes. In the periphery of your shoes to flourish. So what we're doing with herbs is basically boosting the used basically what we're doing when we take in the plants immune take herbal therapy is were boosting our immune system. What's plants this actually enjoy? It sounds like also herbal therapies is good. I'm not sure would you? Would you use cans claw and the other urge that you mentioned it? But this to save you want to build your immune system. Absolutely yeah these various life now. There's some herbs that are more related just to stimulating immune system like if you got a cold or flu like ECHINACEA you hear about or there's another one called stragglers in their little less useful just or a little less desirable just to to push your immune system all the time so these other these other issues talking about In a long list of others Regime Mushrooms CORDIS theft. There's so many Rodeo We could just go on and on. Now what these do. Is they have an immune modulating affect you but I mean by that is. It's a balancing effect. So it's helping the immune system. Get on its feet and target these these. These these inner cellular microbes batter and at the same time. It's a raining back. Some of that. Inflammation that the microbes are driving so it it has this balancing affect s wonderful properties. What about Kia seeds are more just a food? I mean they have some properties that are jar health related. But it's more just a food you know you're not gonNA find out much balanced anticarcinogenic so to me. That support your immune system in some effect. There's no doubt about it. I don't consider it as strong or as beneficial as many others. I think it's a great suit though you know as far as food choices for lowering your carbohydrate intake with something that actually enhances your wellbeing instead of opposes it yeah will thank you for For essence such an interesting topic. It is a and this is really beneficial for all of us. Thank you for the opportunity. It Sta Lime. Disease is probably one of the most misunderstood illnesses healthier. And so anytime that. I can't use my experience to asthma awareness and an just make it a little better understood. That's always appreciated. Please certainly did that today. Thank you very much from Diabetes Hal.

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07:44 min | 2 years ago

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"Or the ultra low temperature or pressure all is physical factors of the big things. Getting everybody is not moving being sedentary. An addict celebrates everything So we have a very sedentary population who stares at computers all day long and and which raises your stress level in your adrenaline levels and we high carbohydrate foods and the affects our immune system which allows number five factor to flourish. That's the microbes. The fifth thing on the Donna categories of microbes. So we all took microbes in our lifetime. We all GET BITES. We all get but by we have can contact with other people take things up and so this thing called. Mike Profile as very very extensive much more than we thought you know it used to think microbes were just done in the gutten skin right but recent studies are finding out that we actually have microbiome of the brain. Yes we have microbes every person as microbes in their brain and we have them in our tissues to very very low concentrations so we pick things up as we go through life in a lot of these things that I call stealth microbes that are can to you know the the things that that. Kirk carried by ticks The or relatives coffin. Come with ticks job called line disease. Co-infections have these characteristics of being able to live inside. Cells been able to exist silently in the body and only cross. Chronic infection is if immune system functions become depressed. While we all pick these up. Only ANCELOTTI IS. Is it also possible as you were pointing out for centuries the microbes have been existing as possible that also our bodies had been inoculated to certain types? And that's why we don't have a chronic. Illness is being diagnosed From it I think that is important. When you look at the potential of the micro to cause illness in the body it really depends on on where unhealthy familiar. The immune system is to right so if you have something that have been exposed to for thousands of years his recorded in your genes. Basically you know it's like your immune system is already primed for that microbe like to think of like just like your immune system can pull an APP for dealing with that particular microbe so how familiar it is depends on how much of a reaction in your body does by chromebook cause So a Mola virus. It's going on in Africa. Humans have never been exposed to that thing so devastating pretty much. Anybody that's exposed his going to get sick. Hiv showed up in human populations for the very first time in in during the nineteen eighties. Never been exposed to all these things we get from ticks other people and and you know so many things that were exposed to daily basis. We've been we've been exposed to those things so you know they're not quite is friendly as our normal flora that make up our body but You know it's Kinda like A city like New York City has criminals than you can never get rid of all the criminals so you need a really good pre police force to take care of all his criminals. Basically the same thing here body we all have pathogens and some are worse than others that I've picked up from from ticks Associated with lyme disease that I found out later from other testing more extensive testing That was you know the dishonor than others but we all how some of these things to if you don't keep your immune system strong that's when you start having problems and that's when you start having all these weird sense so finding is a lot of ties between these kinds of microbes and a lot of illnesses in litter wooder the treatments for lime disease Yeah it's the standard treatment for acute disease so to Iran Talkin. We're getting back to talking about acute -tic five so you get addicted And you don't have symptoms the CDC the sinners for Disease Control and prevention recommends. Doing nothing Even though I can tell you if it's on there for any significant time no matter what kind of tick you do get micro in your system does indicate that your immune system is Straw. Ravi do agree with that with this. Cdc I think it's reasonable and I'm I'm GONNA put a modifier and they're stuck and I think it's reasonable because it indicate your immune system Straw and we're already way over using antibiotics in our world and she one of one of the most bloom any threats that we have going on worldwide right now antibiotic resistance because we have been over. Utilizing antibiotics in human and animal populations for way too long ever since they've been in existence so yeah. I think we should be picky about how we dole out antibiotics other. Cdc recommendations knows if you have a take vital you have symptoms which usually show up within a couple of weeks to a month after having a tick bite. Then you should take. Antibiotics usually is doxycycline for For Twenty one day period so I think that's a reasonable recommendation. Because acutely basically the you know the microbes are Corinthian coursing through your bloodstream. They have become deeply embedded in tissues. And you have opportunities knocked down their numbers so I think that is a reasonable thing to do The big debate is that. Should you be using antibiotics? Usually people with chronic lyme disease The had these things in their system for years and then we've moved to a problem that it's not an acute infection micro it's immune dysfunction. Is this this? This tug of war between the immune system and Mike and Mike is just ongoing. That has this never ended misery. And there's not really any of the antibiotics do anything for that In their natural therapy for that yeah. That's what I turn to And it really makes a lot of sense when you think about. It and I tried antibiotic several times. They didn't do any good in the actually made me feel worse because the problem is by the time. These things are contractor so deeply embedded in your tissues. You hit all normal floor in your body. A Lot. Harder with the antibiotic then you do the ones. You're trying to target so you just keep making yourself sicker in most case So there's not really any published evidence that antibiotics.

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07:49 min | 2 years ago

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"Out there but when you get right down to the other. They're they're ninety species of ticks in the United States Eighty species of hard Dick's and every single one of Carey's different microbes so you got to microbes security rocky mountain spotted fever and all of these microbes fact every micro contrary hundreds every kick curious hundreds of by crooks absolutely hundreds of microbes. So yes every time you get by bitten by a tick if it's if if it's in there for any significant period of time Hours and certainly days microbes do transferring in your system that the thing about it is these microbes have been infecting humans. Ever since serpent. Humans kicks been biting humans since the very beginning. So we've been exposed to these microbes are immune system. Knows them so they had these release Golfie characteristics and the inner your system they immediately infect white blood cells enter distributed throughout the body? And they can do that and not cause the significant section and basically just be there silently without causing illness for years and years years dorm. So you can have. You can have line disease in storm and use. That is really common a lot more than people realize. And we're starting to see so that's what happened to me. I probably pick these microbes up the kid I was out in the woods. My whole life of always been an outdoors person and so I was in the woods alive And you know I had all the stress with call and everything else but so did my partners and they were being affected as much as I want to having these microbes on these boards made me more susceptible to illness so when I trashed my immune system. They started flourishing two shoes in causing autism food. Meaning by not on eating. Have Ya away. So that's that's that's why I think we're seeing more lime disease. That we have necessarily more ticks or or tick bites or more virulent microbes. These microbes have been around forever. What's happening as it was landing at world saturated with factors disrupt immunity? Ch- we definitely lose live in a more stressful environment today than we ever have with Always being connected in being disconnected is almost impossible and if you are disconnected people. Get nervous and panic for me. That was the Big One. That's stress and not sleeping but There other stress factors to and and they're really five categories of things that I look at the have the potential to disrupt the immune system. So stresses a big one for a lot of people food or I'll eating this process high carbohydrate foods you know about that from talking about the diabetics count you. It's a big deal and these things. Our Hormones Systems and address folks are immune system functions. Which makes us or susceptible and eating a processed food diet you know. I always loading onto carbohydrates gaining weight starting to get insulin resistant And all of these things were happening. My Body you know. I'd I'd gained from time thirty. Two the demos Forty gain about fifteen or twenty pounds because I was Keating's Much carbohydrate and I was you know showing signs my blood pressure my blood. Sugar Restarted Klein. Little debt my insulin levels are high. I suppose getting insulin resistant to so was on the way to DNA DIABETIC. Stopped it up point diagnosis acute as far as the lime disease. I mean no no. I mean I've probably got bit most people you know. I talked to people all the time. That are struggling. With this thing we call chronic lung disease and what I find is most of them. Don't remember to by the did not become acutely ill around the time of a tick bite. The became ill around other stress factors. They had high stress in their life. They were eating. The wrong died to mold inside of a house. You know so. We have environmental factors. That's number three on. The list is all the environmental factors that we have. You know when you've got more air pollution we've got causses that are that are very tightly sealed so we get mold inside of them and we keep lot of chemicals I read a study the other day that that attributed fifteen percent fifty percent of chronic illness too bad indoor environment so are toxic. Environment. That's huge. That's you could live on moly environment in are unaware of it. Compromised him those things. You know the chronic stress and the toxins were exposed to in our life our toxic world collapse our immune system and make us much more susceptible to a lot of different kinds of things not just chronic lyme disease but diabetes cancer. Everything so yes. You're a lot more apt to become better if you have these other factors going on but when you stress other factors you're more apt to get various kinds of diseases. So if you're if you're your body has less ability to heal itself less ability to take care of problem so if you're stressed if you have a stressful environment if you've got all these stress factors you you increase your risk of any crock. Y'All including the tug to diabetes or anything else. Their doubt about it. So and reduce to reduce grassy would say meditate or exercise diet go to for lower carb diet environment You would make sure your environment is not toxic. So mold is. The first thing that comes to mind other things would affect your environment could affect you. Pretty much live aplastic environment. I made us all kinds of plastics. The volatile organic chemicals Videos vs coming are paying and and And we're doing know the the makers of paint flooring and everything else. You're doing a better job of lowering. Voc's but a lot of people still have them in their home and all the you know we live inside very tightly enclosed environments that. We have all these things are just being. Mindful of an indoor living environment can really Help lower your risk. And then there's the number four factor in and physical factors as far as all the disease under physical factors. I put trauma and and the To you know too much temperature lower Hutt high temperature.

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07:54 min | 2 years ago

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"Welcome to my show. Dr All thank you very much pleasure. You had a thriving. Practice is in Ob Gyn physician until your life was interrupted by lime disease. How did you discover you headline in would or some of the symptoms? It's Jetted it. Well it's not a simple thing and something that alive disease is really controversial. Because I think a lot of people don't really understand live disease very well and What we're talking about front as acute lyme disease which actually most people don't have very severe symptoms but when people you know at large when you're when you're hearing about lyme disease you're talking about people with chronic lyme disease and those are two really really different things so you know I went to. Medical school was captivated by the field of Obgyn that's delivering babies and all of those things and And and and the women just really wonderful patients to work with also but because they listen to you which is really Nice but but twenty years of doing the call which is really demanding Just very very very stressful And in a small town where I was every second desert night call really beat up pretty badly and I wasn't doing other things to take care of my health Back in the eighties and nineties. Is this thing that people were questioning whether we even needed to sleep. You know so I was asking on bought that talkline line and see like yeah I can just plow through and you know I take all all night and get four or five hours. Then go at it again. I could in my thirties By the time I was in my mid forties crashed And I identified with FIBROMYALGIA. Because you know it's it's that's the thing when you go to the doctor and all the tests are done in my initial tests for lyme disease was packet if And you know you go through. All the testing and everything comes up unremarkable like Paul. What the heck you know. I feel terrible car caldy. I had neurological symptoms cardiac symptoms Just a full range but strategic feeling flu like every day of my life just on and on and on and a conventional medical system really much offer. His and wrong is this five. Oh Myalgia also have. Similar symptoms is that why the and interestingly. Kinda come round for a circle to who really not seeing FIBROMYALGIA and chronic line disease and and and chronic fatigue as being really very different And it all has to do with The immune system you know. That's that's the central part of this whole thing is is immune system functions. Just really the Best Fakih So when we look at this thing called lime disease you know. We're talking about ticks right to fight and we're talking about this microbe And this microbe was identified in one thousand nine hundred seventy six. I'm Connecticut right when we started having lying disease percent in here any theory where that came from that from Chicago cases of people in Lyme Connecticut the came down with US acute illness. Sip applied off a guy named Willie Bergdorf. Or WHO's the researcher used actually And he identify this microbe. That later carried his name called. Ferrelli a Bergdorf years and he defied that as causative factor of the rash. Because it comes with your short of breath of Bulls Eye Arash right. Yeah so the tick bites you yet this bull's eye rash but D- only have in about two-thirds people found out that a lot but he identified that as a cause of the scene rush because it turns out that people have been reporting this illness associated with the Bullseye rash that we call era FEMA migraines earlier. He him rash for hundreds of years. And there's absolutely research recently that looked at through genetic analysis. They define that Borelli Ya. It's actually been in North America for well over sixty thousand years and Borolia verb door feary. This microbe has been found in ticks in the Dominican Republic. Eighteen million years. Who's things been around a while? So this misconception that had started in line. Connecticut is really a hit a long long long long time but people do seem to be getting sicker with it. And that's a question so you know it's not the acute illness. A lot of people get bitten by ticks. And they don't get ill because when you get right down to it. These things that are to these all these microbes that are transferred by by five. Ticks and beryllium tends to like certain kinds of ticks. But what we're finding is. There are a lot of forms of brilliant actually twelve at least worldwide. That can cause lyme disease and not only that. There are a lot of other microbes even the original specimens from lyme Connecticut. They found other microbes. One being a recap Chea species and Dr Later in life was really wondering is pretty sure that brilliant called the rash but he wasn't sure configured made those people sick in Connecticut. Used thinking actually southern Rick. Catchy up Microsoft did did you all ticks carry lyme disease or is it just a certain type of tick? Yeah that's A. That's a question. A lot of people want to know and you hear about it being concentrated in New England. And we don't know whether that's you know. We think there are more kicks there that have it than they and there are a lot of deer tics there so bikes deer ticks. Don The east coast. There's an east coast you're on the west coast is a west coast. You're both care Borelli. But now we're finding they're a lot of forms of Braley right and down here in the south Southeastern part of the country. We have a Borelli along story that causes a line. Disease Likes and trump is. Well call it lime disease. That's Called starry southern tick foreign associated essay. It's so so there are a lot of other microbes.

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02:51 min | 2 years ago

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"Hello I'm not Alexandra. Samri with diabetes held. You're listening to diabetes health in the news today story. Insulin companies. That now offer discounts for their medications. If you've been wanted the voices demanding change because having to choose between household expenses medical supplies and insulin has infuriated you. Then you'll be excited to know your voice has been heard easing the high cost of your insulin medication as of yesterday all the insulin pharmaceutical companies offer discounted insulin for your convenience. I've briefly describe the cost and provided you with the links and phone number so you may read the qualifying criteria to receive your insulin at a lower rate. These discounted medications are limited to us. Residents only a frazier offers several discounts for their inhaled. Insulin that range from one hundred fifty to two hundred fifty dollars a month. The program is implemented by Eagle Pharmacy. You must contact the pharmacy directly to complete their qualifying form. The offer is limited to three packs of four. Eight or twelve. Units of a frazier cartridges. A month the offer expires on December. Thirty first twenty. Nineteen to call Eagle Pharmacy. Dial one eight five five seven four. A two six six three ally lily offers up to a forty percent discount. On Their Insulin's the program is implemented by blink health offers expire on December. Thirty first twenty. Nineteen you can call blink health at one eight three three seven nine four one two nine three Sanofi Advantis offers insulin for ninety nine dollars a month through their value program for twelve months. The offer is limited to three vials of Insulin. Or two packs of insulin cartridge pens. You can call Sanofi at one eight three three eight one. Three zero one nine Zero Novo. Nordisk will start offering a generic version of their noval. Lock for ninety nine dollars a month. The offer is limited to three vials of insulin or two packs of insulin. Cartridge pens offer starts on January. Second Twenty twenty call. No vote at one six. Oh nine nine. Eight seven fifty eight hundred. I hope you find this helpful. If you're signed up on the Diabetes Health. Facebook feed made sure to like this article and pass it along to friends and family wishing you the best in health from diabetes. How I'm not out Samri..

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05:37 min | 2 years ago

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"These are one of the categories that being placed in high risk people that really have to be very careful Before deciding fast really and free type twos as you were saying it's It's a little easier because their body does produce insulin and they're not taking insulin which could create a hike gratton episode for two diabetic. Some of them are still on insulin. But you said a very correct statement for diabetic their bodies to produce insulin and theoretically when they stop eating their own insulin. Production will start to come down and that prevent them from having significant severe. Low Sugar Action But people who are type two are still taking some basil and so on. They definitely can talk. I doubt dozes at that for just to go back on the pump s setting They really have to cut down on their Basal Insulin. Even they may change their car issues. That will be very personalized. Very specific tailored program and change to each person would have to have different recommendation. Do you do you feel overall that Muslims at have diabetes understand the risks associated with fasting or not are they defeated on that or I wouldn't say well educated. I don't think anybody really have paid much attention on. Not just for for patient even for physicians. I've been trained here in the United States and I don't recall really getting specific education forum on what to do when I have a patient come through to the clinic But in general Muslim people have good experience with that thing because probably facet. Before they became diabetic they fasted all along with the medication changes. So they have experienced but I don't I don't think they have really good education and that's why we're really trying to increase the awareness for physicians and for the community and community to be more aware of what's going on and what are the risk factors. And what are the things that they need to look for? Which medication that needs to be adjusted than others? This is for the patient the Healthcare Professional. I would say both I mean here and where where what I practice. We twee trying to reach out to the community and we've been giving lectures at the community center and in the same time trying to raise awareness for physicians to to know what Rama Ban and what to look for. There are a lot of really good resources links. Like the American Diabetes Association. International degration of diabetes have done amazing work to help guide physicians to help their patients..

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03:41 min | 2 years ago

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"Problem darts. Because we're human being. We beaten like this person has been fasting for hours. They starving they overindulge and overeat eat. And that's when we really can not get the full benefit of them and is that it for some people is that because their blood sugars low or for example people that take insulin. How does that work for them? Too fast they say they. You know they're taking insulin long acting Basil Insulin. And they're supposed to take insulin when the E so with fasting. Do They not take insulin. Because they're not eating and they only take the you know the the fast acting the rapid acting again so people with diabetes and Ramon have a very special challenge for both at risk of having glocer during the evening hours but then having very high sugars after the if dr which is the big meal in the evening so it makes it even more challenging both ways for diabetics most the majority of diabetic who are on oral agents. He just pills. The majority of them can't fast reasonably safely and they don't need to adjust their medication that much especially when they don't have high risk of having of earth are they had high-pricing before now the people who are on. Insulin is a bit of a different challenge. Because insulin like I in in a healthy individual who does not have diabetes when they fast. And that's what the study in England and all that when they fast. They've seen their insulin. Level goes really low almost undetectable levels so prevent them from having hypoglycaemia and they think. That's what may we set the insulin resistant type thing. That can happen in obese and diabetic people who take like the insulin long acting insulin or the fast acting insulin insulin. Staying in their system. They're eating or not and then can lead to be your hypoglycaemia the majority of people who elect to fast While there is still on insulin they most of them they will need to change the timing and the dose of their insulin. So sort of the fast acting insulin. You're not gonNA take any fast acting when you're not eating but even the Basil Insulin. The Long Acting. Insulin probably need to move the timing audit from if you take it in the morning you really want to move it to take it in the where the evening around the evening meal. And most of guidelines recommend to cut back does by ten fifteen to twenty percent to prevent these low sugar during the fasting hours. And what if you're on an insulin pump? Would you do the same thing? So you would adjust your basil bullish recog- a although I was reviewing some guidelines are on the safety of fasting during Ramadan. I'm not a clergy percents. So it's really hard to tell you can't believe take responsibility and saying you can fast and you cannot fast so this is a very hard decision for a personal decision to make once you get there. But in general there are few high risk markers really make people have to stop and think twice before they want to make that decision and proceed with the fast thing. And You you're well-controlled on pomp and you can feel the hypoglycemia. Continuous Glucose Monitor Daring. And he can tell when you're hypoglycemic. Then that's fine but if you don't or you have the hypoglycemia unawareness need you. Can crash down without even having warning symptoms..

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Diabetes Health in The News Podcast

05:05 min | 2 years ago

"diabetes health" Discussed on Diabetes Health in The News Podcast

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"diabetes health" Discussed on Diabetes Health in The News Podcast

Diabetes Health in The News Podcast

08:04 min | 2 years ago

"diabetes health" Discussed on Diabetes Health in The News Podcast

"Hello I'm not L. Samri with diabetes. House your ass Nadia columnist. Recently I've been receiving many emails about the high cost of insulin when I saw a press release from a frazier the makers of the inhalable insulin offering you insulin. At four dollars a day I had to reach out and ask for an interview. Michael CASTAGNA chief executive officer of mankind. The makers of a frazier offered to take my call an elaborate more about their new program. Welcome to my show Mike. Yes so Fraser just made an announcement that you have a new direct purchase program that can really help people with diabetes. Where money's issue when it comes to insulin. Can you tell us a little bit about for your listeners? They they've been wondering what is the first and so far as they take on your food arrives and so it can replace your injectable influenza or you can add a two or tablets so one of these being out there for a couple of years now. The price of on the access in the nineteen came around. We decided to do something about it that we saw and we just replaced out and for for people that use Basal Insulin. Can they also use inhalable insulin? The studies have been done adding the baseball begun adding it to oral just adding the best form but now it's indicated for type one and type two diabetes can people find You know one of the things people could realizes you take a one your food so you're not trying to find your meal and what time. Take your plan injecting public We know one out of five people just because of workplace issues. Lunch meeting So we hope that you can make something. That's discreet. They carry on them But type one type two adding twitter taking her replacing your injectable to lifted are all about know. We came out with a low cash all her because we wanted to be part of the solution gone after and we see people. Fanta brushed under really pressure. Does he four dollar a day? The average person's dosing INC so in requirements. That's a great question. Then that's that's one of the challenges with the prices. Insulin that you don't know some people need thirty six units a day of mealtime control comfortable mainly forty eight six hundred and so you know. That's the part that we toys hard when you're coming up with a fixed price program to guarantee of everybody that's always say as low as four dollars really interesting you know for the first thousand people because we want to see what the demand we ten thousand one hundred The order to see a lot of noise and now the question is how do we get the word out and get people to find out for those that are paying cash or is buffalo plans for their loved one. So what we ought. Clinical trials was the the average person roughly thirty six units a day and the Pie Studies. That's about three twelve cartridges and we did price that at four dollars a day if you were to take three a day You could buy a ninety cal. Twelve hundred bucks four hundred twenty dollars for the month to that not needed twenty four units. We offer a hundred eighty box. That again gives you a little more flexibility on your dosing to meet your meal need and to one dollars a day but it gives you that flexibility and is there is there a certain percentage goes up for every say twelve units that you need or what formula is used to calculate the different price points for people. Think about the dollar thirty three cartridges. How the price point work out four dollars a day if you're taking three doses at the dollar thirty three per meal and we don't know do people take a day or the criminal than a snack and really the best way to think about it. And that's what we were trying to think about. What is a fair price for society You know they make much money but we do believe it's important that people have access to care. And that's you know that starbucks day the bill we think you know if you're paying cash see As we stated depressed over sixty five thousand four the love are spending over two hundred dollars almost fifteen thousand spending over seventy dollars a month so special opportunity cal make a difference for people that are spending a lot of money and how many cartridges are in the packaging packaging ninety count one hundred and eighty boxes so Just depending on what you type patient may take twelve to twenty four units build average. Actually tell them to take hundred eighty bucks and that will give them more than one supply now. Is there anyone that this insulin is not appropriate for yes? There are some restrictions so it's a great question anyone that has the oh. Pd as active smoking. You know you are delivering through the lungs and Bill. You want to make sure that you're not bounding that issue you know because of the surface area if you smoke you know. We don't want want interaction. But that has really worried about putting dry powder on the lung so so it's really those. Those three conditions are really restriction available label. We estimate about one out of five patients for the other. Four out of five people have diabetes are appropriate Kennedy Tour for him and the way the program were to. It's it's for the first thousand people that sign up. They can get it at four dollars a day is that is that correct for January. We shipped our first nations out already this week. So that that's exciting And you know we're we're trying to get the word out through could like yourself and Ada We we think consumers will share the news We'll will goes extend that for a few weeks February. I think we'll wait a couple more days. They call But but even once a January date under the first people and They'll still be fair. Cash price of one of the things have our company. I'll make sure we serve people diabetes. I'm making sure people paying cash. They have the most accurate available for Catherine. And you mentioned the J. B. R. S. so there is indication that children can use his junior after the computerized you vow diabetes research station. They've been branding themselves for type. One broader with adults as well We are studying in and kid And so we. We're we're currently not indicate if I'm less than eighteen but we are kickoff piatra trial also says he finished that up. We'll be hopefully ready to go to pastry later this year and Of the file death for poodle. That's an area that will work in towards book are indicated for right. Now we see and you also have a An additional savings programs for people that have insurance. How does that work is is so if you have a co pay that means that some insurance cover the hailed insulin? Only ninety eight percent of patients are covered by insurance. We see very few cash. And that's one of the reasons with launch program because we don't think people you know there's a lot of inefficiencies now care system that drive up healthcare costs and so we've been able to do is cut out. All those fitness efficiencies and provide low cash price directly to the patient. So you worked with a party out Florida. All the upon our inventory it's shipped from that facility and we'll get those savings directly to the patient by really eliminating all the fishing but on the other side of the equation is ninety five percent of people that have insurance and former fashion We are covered in the majority of healthcare plan. sometimes there's a minor prior authorization. The that's using its approved within the I. Worst case scenario and our average patient co-pay.

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"diabetes health" Discussed on Diabetes Health in The News Podcast

Diabetes Health in The News Podcast

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"diabetes health" Discussed on Diabetes Health in The News Podcast

"Hello I'm not out Sami with diabetes. How you're listening to diabetes. Hell in the news today. Story preclinical signs of diabetic retinopathy. Your eyes might be the window to your souls. But what did they say about your diabetes? According to recent research your eyes say quite a bit about your health and the extent to which diabetes is impacting your vision. Researchers BELIEVE DIABETIC. Patients might be more susceptible to early. Capillary dropout then patients without that means that even before you're diagnosed with diabetic retinopathy. You might experience significant difficulty with contrast sensitivity and visual acuity. You may find it harder to do things like drive at dusk or read in dim lights before being officially diagnosed with retinopathy visual impairment might be considered an early manifestation of neo vascular damage with diabetes patients. More research in this area is forthcoming. If you'd like to follow our weekly podcast. He can sign up to receive the Diabetes Health weekly newsletter. Or sign up with your itunes Google. Play or spotify count. You can also follow us on twitter facebook and instagram from these health. I'm not yell Samri..