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"taiwan diabetes" Discussed on The Economist: Babbage

The Economist: Babbage

01:31 min | Last month

"taiwan diabetes" Discussed on The Economist: Babbage

"Could diabetes be cured. The key objected in this space is not three. Taiwan diabetes is the cure. Taiwan diabetes roman of orca again and almost on has been put into trying to stop the immune attack the punk early beta cells. One of the very important area is called the betas region regionalization field so basically eating people with type. One diabetes infiltrated debate. Sales are still destroyed by the immune system. So when they are trying to do is how can they generate new bit. How cells outside the body such that. They can further transplant. That into the patient so this will be something that will be something very close to cure if we cannot occur an end. this is something that potentially people. Don't need any using injections at all throughout your life. Hi one diabetes has been cured in small rodents animals about twenty or fifty times of humans..

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"taiwan diabetes" Discussed on RNZ: The Detail

RNZ: The Detail

08:03 min | 10 months ago

"taiwan diabetes" Discussed on RNZ: The Detail

"Donovan and today on the retail we talking diabetes a courter of a million new zealanders diabetic. That's touch over. Five percent of the population and that number is increasing exponentially with mody pacific and south asian people. Most at risk it's one of the leading contributors to cardiovascular disease kidney failure and amputations and management of diabetes costs nearly two billion dollars a year. So why is new zealand's treatment plan so far behind the rest of the world and why a to effective medications facing barriers to being introduced here the co authors of an editorial in the new zealand medical journal published today a calling for the drug buying agency farm act to fund to drugs that could dramatically improve the lives of people with diabetes. It's affecting modern pacific populations much more. It is in the form of any epidemic and the truth is things that we can do. That will change it. Filemaker's is considering funding. These two new drugs and we saying that got to do it right. Gotta do it now. Here's dr brian beating medical director. The royal zealand college of general practitioners. Who's put his name to a news. Release calling out phonic for its lack of progress on medication for diabetes. The fundamental thing was diabetes. A male is the body loses its ability to control blood sugar levels. Lodge sugar or glucose is very very important for the way the body functions. It's essentially the patron of the body and like any any pitcher orange and we need to control. How much is in the body. Soft too much glucose guys into the body or too much sugar. We tend to flood the engine and caused damage. And so he fled the body and caused damage. Diabetes as fundamentally with the body loses the ability to control sugar levels and we get too much of it in the body now. This basically fundamentally two types type one diabetes Often with younger people and children. And that's what we call an autoimmune disorder and that is where the body tunes on itself and actually shuts down the pancreas. Now the pancreas is the thing that produces insulin. And insulin is the thing that controls blood sugar levels. So this autoimmune thing the pancreas seems to be shot stan. These no insulin. That's released into the body. The body can control sugar levels because it has now been and we cool that type. One diabetes the second type of diabetes type two. And that's essentially other time. The pancreas gets worn out. It's slowly starts to be not as effective at producing insulin. The body can't control the sugar levels as well as would and generally just gradually comes on. I've read number of years to appoint Really the body can't With suga anymore because the pancreas isn't working as well as was In that situation we normally use medication to try and boost the body's ability to control sugar and at cambridge. To a point where. We actioning use insulin as well to replace insulin in the body to control the sugar so really. It's the inability of the body to control sugar when we talk about diabetes innocent of issue scenes as we are here. Are we talking about both type. One and type two diabetes fear to sort of group those two together and talk about diabetes as as a whole or is it quite important to separate those out. I personally believe it's important to separate them out that someone living with type. One diabetes has a very very different ginny to someone living with type two diabetes. So we do have to make that distinction has separate in what they do and how they come about by coming out in different ways. They often have very different trajectory in terms unfold. One actually is a very blunt. Differences with type one diabetes dodig sizes important. That's very important with all diabetes with type one from the moment you had diagnosed you require ensure there is no option because the body is not producing insulin. The in for if you're a child who develops taiwan diabetes from the diet you develop. It becomes part of the rest of your life so that is very different with type. Two there is a softness very slow unfolding of the loss of sugar control and a number of strategies that can be put in place to try and mitigate detto change that inside the coast of the two conditions are very different. And i think we do have to separate them out in their minds. We can't live the two. We can't sort of a one condition. Now today. we're talking largely about type two diabetes. This is not because it's necessarily worse than type one at as an but at has more flexible treatment options with type. one diabetes. Yarn body is attacking the pancreas. The insulin manufacturing plant therefore you need and chilean full. Stop type to on the other hand. Involves your body not producing enough and chillan in. This can be mitigated even managed with more exercise to three glucose. Faster through paying attention to what you're eating which helps manage your glucose and so one thing is for sure. New zealand has a lot of people with diabetes. More than two hundred sixty thousand as of last year. Two hundred twenty thousand of whom have talked to and that is bad. News diabetes overtime. Kinkel is hot attacks or scheming hat. Disease can cause strikes Something co per for vascular disease that is with the circulation to in particular. The league's fate is blocked. And as a result that leads to amputation. causes a lodge cluster of the tie and related to the hat to the brain and the seeking big group of problems. That actually could is what we call micro-vascular that is a pig's. I'm eyesight can cause blindness. It affects the kidneys. Sought can shut down the kidneys over time and that is particularly important in new zealand because mallory and pacific patients literally twelve to fifteen times more likely to progress twinstar drain Heavy can these shutdown by diabetes more about vet and a few minutes in the food area to fix as the news the body. it can start to kill off. News to the fate into different parts of the body and that can lead to all sorts of problems. surreally diabetes encompasses and cancun's damage to to every part of the body. If you start to look at it and Is a major major contributor to heart disease rights new zealand to insight kidney failure zealand dialysis to amputate shouldn't of fate and legs and to blindness. Soy it is it is a really really major problem in the new zealand seating. It usually takes a while for people to accept that they have a A diagnosis a condition and chum often go on for months without fully really acknowledging the fact that they have diabetes. That is to call it. Took an associate dean at auckland. University's medical school.

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"taiwan diabetes" Discussed on The Guardian's Science Weekly

The Guardian's Science Weekly

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"taiwan diabetes" Discussed on The Guardian's Science Weekly

"I'm Doug Depeche Patel. I'm a consultant in diabetes endocrinology. I'm also a honoree associate professor at UC l. So Depeche. You're currently working on the front line. I believe helping with the nineteen outbreak. Could you tell us a little bit? About how the last few weeks have been so confessed to my daytime specialty walking which is mainly outpatient based we've been assigned to ward work which is very different but I must say one of the most striking things about working on the front line on general medical wards is the fantastic junior doctors that we work with and we have to help us and their levels of dedication. I must say partly due to them. Morale is good and healthy and to seeing on a daily basis. Examples of team work putting together and focusing on our patients. You're a specialist in diabetes and more broadly and chronology very briefly. Could you tell us what is diabetes? So diabetes is a process of a reduction. In the body's ability to regulate blood glucose and this results in elevation of Blood Glucose detectable and if it is untreated for long periods of time this can lead to complications such as I disease kidney disease and lower amputation. They're boarded two categories of diabetes to type one and type two diabetes and Taiwan diabetes really correspondence to an insufficient amount of insulin. Produced by the body were as type two. Diabetes Is a process where that incident that's being produced is produced Sufficiently but incidents become less effective both processes lead to an elevation in blood glucose levels with your work on the ward. I'm assuming that you're doing. Also things are not just diabetes. Is that correct? That's right. We're seeing patients with general medical problems older patients who are suffering from curve in nineteen related issues so on average at any given week in adult inpatients Anywhere between fifteen percent to twenty five percent of patients having diabetes Militas At the moment although we don't have any official data within the hospital old UK. My feeling is we're seeing more patients than that due to the current cove nineteen Pat Democ other needs statistics in fact on that for the UK or globally as to the proportion of people with Kevin. Nineteen who do have diabetes one social the other way. We're still waiting for the official data from the UK. There are some data. That's come out of China and the prevalence of diabetes reportedly has been around ten percent. But I guess the also the important thing to notice. It appears that patients with diabetes seemed to be susceptible for developing more of a severe type of illness and it's reported that the risk of death is increased in patients with diabetes. Why do we think that people with diabetes might be more at risk so this is quite an interesting question that we will be asking ourselves? We know that people with Diabetes Amel vulnerable to sudden severe research infections. And I I guess that's one of the reasons why we offer old faced with diabetes an influenza vaccine every year. We suspect there is altered or reduced effectiveness of the immune system in people with type and this is more seen in people with high blood glucose levels or high levels of diabetes..

"taiwan diabetes" Discussed on Generation V

Generation V

08:31 min | 3 years ago

"taiwan diabetes" Discussed on Generation V

"So that's been almost two years at this point. And we've run, you know, three thousand people through our program at this point, you know, of all shapes and sizes time longtime one and a half ws type at ease and getting unbelievers. Welcome to the generation the podcast, the podcast dedicated to the young conscious generation of the ins who are looking to make mental physical and spiritual gains. My name is name. I don't gotta professional bodybuilder engineer and begin lifestyle advocate each week. I'll be sharing inspiring individuals who will help you unlock your limitless potential and become the healthiest version of yourself from the inside out. Did you know that more than one hundred million US adults now living with diabetes or prediabetes? According to a report released by the CDC in two thousand fifteen estimated one point five million new cases of diabetes were diagnosed among peoples ages eighteen and older that means nearly one in four adults living with diabetes. Didn't even know. They had the condition only eleven point six percent of adults with prediabetes. Even knew they had it. This is exactly why I'm honored and excited to have two experts who created the mastering diabetes program in online coaching service that has changed the lives of more than three thousand people around the world living with type one type one point five prediabetes. Type two diabetes and just stations diabetes. Cyrus combat. A PHD is a co founder of mastering diabetes, and is an internationally recognized nutrition and fitness coach who has been living with type one diabetes since two thousand and two using. Evidence-based approach nutrition and fitness. He I reduced his own insulin usage by more than forty percent. And then educated thousands of people with all forms of diabetes, how to reverse insulin resistance using diet and exercise Cyrus earned a bachelor of science in mechanical engineering from Stanford University in two thousand three and then went on to earn his PHD in nutritional biochemistry from the university of California at Berkeley into twelve Robbie borrow is also the co founder of mastering diabetes and co author of the upcoming book mastering, diabetes, he has been living with type one diabetes for eighteen years and has been eating a low fat plant based whole food diet for over eleven years in that time Robbie has shown excellent control of type one diabetes with a one c results ranging from five point six to six point six all while eating unlimited quantities of whole fruits, Robbie graduated from the university of Florida in two thousand eleven and he is currently pursuing his master's degree in. Health from American public university Robbie worked for forks overnights for six years before turning his attention to the mastering diabetes program fulltime. He also has an inspiring Instagram account called mindful diabetic Robbie where he shares his lifestyle through pictures recipe videos in documents, his daily diet on Instagram stories. Get ready for an amazing episode with two experts in everything related to diabetes guys were an absolute blast to have on the show, and I can't wait to share their story. And hope you guys. Learn something useful from this episode. And if you know anybody that is suffering from type one type one point five or pre diabetic, please share this episode with them as it really may change their life. All right, guys. Welcome back to generation be today. I have two very special guests in mazing human beings. I have Robbie and Cyrus from mastering diabetes, and I just wanna welcome. You guys so much by slobber opportunity here, man, I'm ecstatic to have you guys. Here means were talking earlier about how kind of like how little this world is. And how many mutual friends we have and you kinda hear people's names. And you hear the projects that they're working on. And before you know, it you're working together on something. And you know, you're talking about all wonderful things that you're doing together. So. Yeah. So I think the best way to do. This is to why don't this is the first time I have two guests on the podcast at once meshwork. Yeah. See has popping cherry. The to interview cherry so that was vegan pun, by the way. They'll be many more those in the future. So why don't we just start off by allowing you individually to introduce yourself and talk a little bit more about your background in your own story. Sure. Yeah. So my name is Ravi Barbaro and Sarasin I start mastering diabetes abouts almost almost two years ago. Now two years ago and really kind of August back to us both living with type one diabetes. So I was diagnosed with diabetes eighteen years ago and type one diabetes is the form where are Packers is not producing sufficient insulin. So something happened something damaged our Pancras. Nobody knows the real true cause of type one diabetes, and basically we don't present. So we have to inject insulin to manage our bug MacOS, whereas type two diabetes and prediabetes. Those are the much more prevalent types of these fat is where in the beginning. They're producing plenty of insulin. And the reason that they're having bugger processors because living with insulin resistance, that's the cause of prediabetes and type two diabetes. And we know how to solve that. So about ninety ninety five percent of people have prediabetes. Type two diabetes and Taiwan's roughly like five percent also type one point five and all that. But it's in the world diabetes is mostly prediabetes. Type two diabetes. But so I type one my older brother also has type one diabetes. So I was familiar with the condition. So what age were you? When you got was twelve thirteen. My parents were out of town. Here's a little puppy. And they were they were in Florida looking at home because we were gonna move there. So me and my middle brother one has type one at home. My oldest was in college. And I have been complaining to my mom for several weeks. I was like mom, I think I have diabetes just like, Stephen. She's like, no, no, no don't be silly down. 'cause I was thirsty all the time. And I was going to the bathroom constantly. It was just like insatiable thirst just constantly constantly wine to drink something. And you had seen that with your older, brother Zakar? Yeah. That was one of the main signs of diabetes that or you were kind of kid. I'm pretty sure I have. Did your mom just think that you were like looking for attention? I I I don't know exactly what she was thinking. Maybe she thought I was over exaggerating. Yeah. So I was like, okay. Whatever just keep on living. And then when she was gone, she called the check in on me and say how things going and I couldn't sleep last night. I was cramping. And she's like, okay, go upstairs user brothers butter eater. And see what so test myself, and you're supposed to be some between eighty and one thirty. That's like the healthy range, and I was well about four hundred. So my brother literally said right there. Okay. You have Taiwan diabetes pack, your bags. You're going to be in the hospital for a couple of this. So we went to the regular doctor to get checked up. And then yeah, I don't know what tests they ran, but the city type movies, and I was like the first time ever saw my brother cry, and he was like I'm sorry to deal with it. And then I remember my parents flying back right away. And my dad my mom saying the hospital, I don't worry about. It's just Incan. Genius. You get to do whatever you want. And that's kind of the way I was raised with it. So honestly, it was never really it wasn't a huge problem. I was really on top of it. I took care of my bug MacOS was under control agencies were pretty good, and and that was life with type one. But when happening is I have a bunch of other syndrome. So I had terrible acne. I had petrified us. And now, we get allergies. Like, I take Claritin d all year round still get sick every year. So these are these health symptoms and my dad started selling supplements. And I started learning that was the beginning of getting into the world of wellness in house something outside of just eating a standard, American diet L were you with double at that point? I was probably about fourteen LSU. Yeah. What's up laments was your dad? So he was selling herbalife network marketing have he did it rather companies? You saw was another one done since. But I agree.

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"taiwan diabetes" Discussed on Living Regret Free

Living Regret Free

04:45 min | 3 years ago

"taiwan diabetes" Discussed on Living Regret Free

"And keep active as you know for our entire life and what about the insulin pump tell us your knowledge about that well an insulin pump dispenses little bits of insulin throughout the day and it ideally tries to mimic a healthy working pancreas now the the glitches is that you have to tell the pump what you're going to eat 'cause in a person who doesn't have taiwan diabetes you know their body just knows what to do and so you have to figure it out and learn how much insulin you need to eat certain foods and it does make it a little bit more convenient because you could just does your insulin with the push a button some people love them some people don't you know you do have a have a foreign thing attached to your body all the time and so i prefer to use you know needles and so that works for me but the pump has made a tremendous difference in the lives of a lot of people especially children interesting well so now what are you doing to help people with diabetes what is your mission in all of this so my mission is to to really get people hope i met with a client day before yesterday she was just diagnosed as a pre diabetic and just that word diabetes can be really scary and overwhelming and so what i do is i break it down for people in a way that they can understand it and it makes sense to them and she said oh i get it now that makes total sense and so i don't have to just say you can't eat bread or you can't eat sugar because what i do is i give people an understanding of how it works and sometimes you know the doctor doesn't have time to go into that they just go your sugar's high you're you got diabetes you have prediabetes and a friend of mine actually went to endocrinology appointment i went with her and she couldn't even get into see the nutritionist for a month so the dog can have time to explain it to her what she needed to do and then he's like well just making a with a nutritionist and she goes up to the front desk 'cause like well we can't see you for a month you know so this poor person has you know has to go to the store and deal with all the confusion and i mean eighty thousand choices in the average growth grocery store and they don't know usually they shot it out the outskirts don't shop the aisles out the the the outskirts of that's a really good rule of really analyst but you know there are really high carbohydrate foods on that side to like corn on the cob and potatoes you know that that really do raise the blood sugars significantly you know i it's interesting as a couple of things i wanted to ask you you said pre diabetic i would think that that's a wonderful diagnosis from people because it alerts them in other words it's not a nine knows as you want but if you get a very diabetic analysis i would think that that would shock a few people into l my gosh what do i need to do to change my habits so yeah if you're pre diagnosed those who want to do something about it and can control it are able to do so so thank goodness there is that pre diagnosis right and what's interesting is there's several different ways that people respond to that one of them is oh i have pre diabetes that means i don't have it yet and so they just go along mary way and some of them say oh i have prediabetes that means that i'm gonna get it no matter what and they don't try and then there's the person who goes like what you said oh i have prediabetes i can do something to prevent myself from getting it and those are the people that you know call me and they go oh my gosh i just i have prediabetes i don't know what to do i don't wanna get it i don't wanna get it i'll do anything you know they may have had a family member die or lose a foot or have kidney disease and beyond dialysis so those people are going all do anything it takes and those are the people that i can really help.

"taiwan diabetes" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"taiwan diabetes" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"To overcome in order to be accepted after of a building they have to have five hundred party members they have to have fun so it's certainly not the case that the militry is allowing any political party to operate freely now in thailand that was michael bristow many of us thought that there were two varieties of diabetes type one and type 2 but apparently not now researchers in sweden and finland say they believe there are actually five different types its estimated that diabetes affects more than four hundred million people around the world as some of you may know my colleague alex ritz and is one of them so he was very interested to hear what i'll health correspondent james gal her had to say the problem is perma has been widely acknowledged type 2 diabetes is just through broader cath group now mortgage don is he's tried to break it down as far you've different types of diabetes each has a different kohl's to call them cluster of one two three four and five from close to one is basically the same of taiwan diabetes what would coach i won't put crushed the two looks practically the same as taiwan all the symptoms of the same it has hit people when they're young thin and healthy except is not an altering immune disease something else that is going wrong close to three while they last won that looks more similar to some of the type 2 diabetes images you might have people in middle age probably during exercise enough have problems with their weight and that's the course of their diabetes 'cause the fives a completely different one that's eight related a night can have anything gals going on but it seems to be only affecting people towards the end of their lives now treatment for diabetes is well not perfect i know this from personal experience is this going to just make it a whole lot harder all is actually ultimately lead to better treatment well the ambition of this is that you can personalized medicine more precisely if he knew exactly what's going wrong inside a patient's body and so maybe those patients who have that cluster to they look very similar to taiwan diabetes but would know marie be roped into all of the of the type twos or maybe they benefit from having incheon injections rather than some other drago lifestyle therapies that's warm potential implication.

"taiwan diabetes" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"taiwan diabetes" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"To overcome in order to be accepted after of a building they have to have five hundred party members they have to have fun so it's certainly not the case that the militry is allowing any political party to operate freely now in thailand that was michael bristow many of us thought that there were two varieties of diabetes type one and type 2 but apparently not now researchers in sweden and finland say they believe there are actually five different types its estimated that diabetes affects more than four hundred million people around the world as some of you may know my colleague alex ritz and is one of them so he was very interested to hear what i'll health correspondent james gal her had to say the problem is perma has been widely acknowledged type 2 diabetes is just through broader cath group now mortgage don is he's tried to break it down as far you've different types of diabetes each has a different kohl's to call them cluster of one two three four and five from close to one is basically the same of taiwan diabetes what would coach i won't put crushed the two looks practically the same as taiwan all the symptoms of the same it has hit people when they're young thin and healthy except is not an altering immune disease something else that is going wrong close to three while they last won that looks more similar to some of the type 2 diabetes images you might have people in middle age probably during exercise enough have problems with their weight and that's the course of their diabetes 'cause the fives a completely different one that's eight related a night can have anything gals going on but it seems to be only affecting people towards the end of their lives now treatment for diabetes is well not perfect i know this from personal experience is this going to just make it a whole lot harder all is actually ultimately lead to better treatment well the ambition of this is that you can personalized medicine more precisely if he knew exactly what's going wrong inside a patient's body and so maybe those patients who have that cluster to they look very similar to taiwan diabetes but would know marie be roped into all of the of the type twos or maybe they benefit from having incheon injections rather than some other drago lifestyle therapies that's warm potential implication.

"taiwan diabetes" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"taiwan diabetes" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"And once and it can be recognised as such type one diabetes than doesn't occur a mino stop occurring bodies might stop it progressing because by the time actually get diagnosed with taiwan diabetes it's been happening for some time in the body and you may be left with just a fifth of the beat associate would have had before so that i still incredibly valuable if you can stop a getting worse that means it's easy to control in the future but the idea is that maybe if you could intervene early families that are at risk of type one diabetes then may be the unique prevents having in the first place and you know talk a lot on this program from time to time about breakthroughs but all sorts of different conditions will this wall actually be applicable to large numbers of patients across the world anytime soon well you have to remember that taiwan and type 2 diabetes are absolutely massive around the world i mean huge numbers of people are affected by this disease will this work for patients in taiwan while does the whole point of the medical research in the first place this is just the safety trousers only be done in 2007 people just to check that when you give them the same unitary you don't actually make things a thousand times worse so far it appears to be safe and this early evidence that it is doing that recalibration if the immune system but it's only by doing extra trials the arching know if it does work but what i would say is that the whole concept of immunotherapy of modulating the immune system is incredibly hot right now and his potential and it's all on some of the impact is already having on patients is huge.

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