Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Diabetes, dizziness and confusion a growing problem



There are many who suffer from diabetes that experience dizziness and mental confusion; a new study now reveals how high blood sugar affects the cells of the brain. High blood sugar is the most damaging illness in the world today, this is not an exaggeration. There are over 350 million people in the world that simply cannot get a normal blood sugar.  Diabetes, dizziness and mental confusion should not be ignored.

This is your brain on high blood sugar

Glucose (blood sugar) is a very important element for healthy cells, it is glucose that gives us energy but high levels are poisonous to the body. Unfortunately not enough people are aware of the damaging affects of excessive glucose; this site has become the number one diabetes foot site on the internet, because we are saving people from amputations. There is not one part of the body which is not affected by excessive glucose and this included the brain. Having diabetes, dizziness and confusion can signal glucose levels which are dangerously high. When blood sugar remains too high for too long over time the brain can become affected.


The authors of a new European study recently revealed that people with type 2 diabetes were twice as likely to have mild cognitive impairment (MCI) than those without high blood sugar. MCI is a stage of mental decline that can come before more serious dementia.
"Maintain your diabetes treatment to help prevent mental decline."
Angela Winkler, MA, in the Department of Neurology at University Hospital Essen in Germany

A sugar free diet is not enough to stop high blood sugar, if you have a high glucose level it signals that your pancreas is not producing enough insulin or that glucose is flooding in your bloodstream.  Cells which are not accepting glucose are called insulin resistant cells; this is why the glucose floods into bloodstream.  Diabetes and dizziness is real but why the brain?  It must be made clear that there is not one part of the body which is not being affected by high blood sugar, a healing diet is mandatory to stop the illness.  Be well.





Sunday, August 17, 2014

I have diabetes and my feet hurt: What to do


 



 

I have diabetes and my feet hurt, this was an email that we received on Friday from a young woman who is concerned about the possibility of having the foot amputated (removed). Seeing as her toes are experiencing a lot of aches and is at times numb; she has a valid concern. Our reader also acknowledges that she is aware of the dangers of her condition but is still not sure exactly why this is happening because she is eating right.  In this post titled “I have diabetes and my feet hurt”, we will try and explain why your diet may not be helping to stop the pains.

 

Why diet is often ineffective

 

There are many who upon discovering that they are diabetic try and change their diet, this is a very good thing but for the vast majority this step is not enough to control their blood sugar, the reason for this is due to the fact that the typical diabetic diet is devoid of any healing ingredients. Eliminating sugar from the diet is one of the first things that diabetics change in their diets and this may help a bit but the simple fact of the matter is that eliminating does not equal healing.

 

 

Eliminating things which cause your blood sugar to rise may be good but this is not enough; diabetes is an illness that cries out for a healing combination of foods.  

 

If you have diabetes and your feet hurt this is a clear sign that you need a very specific diet that can heal, few people find this.  The thousands of people in 10 countries who read this site every day know that few diabetics are on a healing diet, healing foot pain is even more difficult.

 

Foot pain from high blood sugar is a sign that the nerve fiber is being affected, this can lead to serious problems.

 

How high blood sugar cost thousands their feet

 

The nerve fiber in the foot is similar to an umbrella that protects you from rain, the nerve fiber is very delicate and blood sugar often destroys this; this is the source of your pain.  Eliminating thing from the diet may be good but this will not stop the damage that the blood sugar has already caused, not healing the nerves is one of the biggest mistakes that diabetics make.
 
 

 

 

Center of disease Control CDC: Each year more than 10,000 people are forced to have part or all of the foot removed due to the damage from high blood sugar.  Look at that Nerve Fiber damage on the upper left side
 
 
 

 

If you have diabetes and your feet hurt, it is important to listen to the feet, once vessel damage begins the nerve fibers are very difficult to repair, this means more pain.  Thank you to our reader for her question.

*The Diabetes repair high blood sugar diet which is now in 17 countries is now included free with the European Diet to stop All Diabetes foot pain.*


 

 

 

 

Monday, August 4, 2014

Diabetes Purple Foot? Read why this is a serious warning



We received an email from a young man who has diabetes and the foot is now purple, this is a very serious indication of artery blockage and nerve damage. Each year thousands of diabetic are forced to have their feet (or the toes) amputated in order to save the lower limb from a deteriorating condition. If you have diabetes and the foot is turning purple or blue it is a very serious warning sign that you must take action to save the limb.

 

 

The most devastating illness of our time

 

High blood sugar is the most devastating illness of our modern generation, there is no other illness that causes blindness, kidney failure, heart disease and lower limb amputation. Blood sugar is both a friend and an enemy, in the right amounts blood sugar enters the cells and gives very healthy energy to the body; but this is not the case in the person with high blood sugar.  Excessive blood sugar is a poison in the body causing the damage to the cells; this is why high blood sugar may lead to lower limb damage resulting in diabetes purple foot or leg.  The skin discoloration is due to the lack of oxygen rich blood circulating though the arteries, the choked circulation and nerve damage appears as skin discoloration; think of the limb being choked for oxygen and turning color.

 

 

A new study highlights the fact that more people are being hospitalized for diabetic complications; high blood sugar is causing other illness!

 “Eighty-seven percent of visits to physicians by patients with diabetes were made by patients with multiple chronic conditions,” said Dr. Jeffrey Powell, chief of the division of endocrinology at Northern Westchester Hospital.

 

If you have diabetes and the foot is purple or blue it is essential to get the blood sugar down but that is not enough, you must reverse the damage to the feet by healing the nerves and clearing the blood vessels in the lower limb.

Some good news

A European diabetes foot diet is used by thousands of people in over 10 countries including the United States to save the feet without surgery; this diet reverses the skin discoloration. The diet is now offered together with the Type 2 diabetes reverse diet to lower the blood sugar without drugs and heal the foot at the same time.

Both reports are packaged together for the first time and may be read together.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Friday, August 1, 2014

Diabetes Impotence? What to do when impotent



Diabetes is a very serious illness which can lead to impotence, the affects of this disease can be quite damaging to the health of the reproduction system. There are many who are pre diabetic but are not aware that they have high blood sugar; according to the Center for Disease Control (CDC) 10 million people are pre diabetic without the knowledge that they are affected.  How diabetes leads to impotence is very alarming, there are many who suffer from a weak intimate performance and this is directly related to high blood sugar.

 

 

Different levels of impotence

 

While not being able to perform at all is the classical definition of impotence, there is a more wide spread problem which men are experiencing, it is the inability to complete the act. Some men may start to function normal but the male organ turns soft during the act; high blood sugar is directly related to this problem. Going soft is the problem that most men experience not the inability to perform at all. Viagra and other medications do not address the underlying problems which are serious circulation issues related to the high blood sugar. Diabetes and impotence are connected and should be addressed as quickly as possible.

 

 

What cause the problem?

 

High blood sugar can damage the blood vessels and nerves which control a man’s firmness in his organ. If you have normal amounts of male hormones and you have the desire to have intimacy, you still may not be able to achieve a firm condition. Diabetes causes the arteries in the male organ to become narrowed with plaque, this leads to less oxygen rich blood flowing into the area; the organ will be soft. In some cases high blood sugar causes the natural nitric oxide to the organ to “leak out”, leading to weak performance.  The nerves in the male organ must be in top condition to contract and this is hindered in diabetics. The longer a person has diabetes the more damage that is done to the blood vessels and arteries, it is best to address impotence immediately with diet.

 

There is some good news, there is a diet from Europe which has been reversing diabetes impotence; the diet causes the reversal of a soft male organ or full impotence, it is now used in over 10 countries without the need for a prescription to make men stay firm during the act.

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Friday, July 25, 2014

Diabetes toes hurt, what it really means



A person who experiences diabetes toes that hurt should be aware that the pain indicates serious nerve damage; this is one of the leading causes of amputations in a diabetic. A new study shows that there has been a sharp increase in the numbers of people who are having a toe affected by high blood sugar; the lower limbs take a very severe beating from high blood sugar; it is an issue which must be taken seriously.  In this post we will look at why diabetes affected toes hurt and what you can do about it.  

 

 

Those very small blood vessels

 

A very recent study from University of Iowa department of orthopedics and rehabilitation revealed that there has been an increase in the number of diabetic partial toes amputations by about 25%; this is a tremendous number of people who have been affected. The need for the removal of the toe was due to the fact that a spreading gangrene could have resulted in the need to remove the foot or the whole leg.  When diabetes toes hurt it means nerve damage, the thin nerve fiber which should protect the nerve is being damaged.  This pain is usually in the toe, fingers, foot, legs and hands. This nerve damage is called Glove and Stocking because of the areas that are affected
 
 
 

 

 

 

The picture below shows a nerve damage leading not only to pain but also to discoloration, blood sugar in excess is a poison in the body. There is no other illness today which is as damaging to the kidney, liver, heart and eyes such as high blood sugar. 
 
 

 

 

Dr. Phinit Phisitkul, assistant clinical professor at the University of Iowa department of orthopedics and rehabilitation

 

"Patients with diabetes have to do their best to control their blood sugar. They need to seek care from their primary care doctor, get treatment, and discuss potential surgeries [like tendon release] to help improve their feet,” said Dr Phistkul

 

 

When diabetes toes hurt: The doctor speaks of the need to get that nasty excessive blood sugar out the body

 

There is a European diabetes foot diet report that has been shown to save the foot from surgery and save the limb. The diabetic foot diet is used in 10 countries, including the United States, to naturally stop diabetes toes that hurt by healing the nerve fiber.  The report now includes the Type 2 diabetes reversal diet, both reports are now included together to get a normal blood sugar and cure the foot problems.

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thursday, July 24, 2014

Diabetes leg numb? What to do about this



When a person has diabetes with a numb leg it should be a warning of possible irreversible nerve damage. One of the least publicized aspects of high blood sugar is the fact that it can do incredible amounts of damage to the lower limbs; each year more than 50 thousand people are forced to have a limb removed due to high blood sugar. If you have diabetes with a numb leg this post will explore how high blood sugar causes the lower limb damage and what to do about it.  

Be very on guard for numbness

When numbness sets in it is a sign of serious nerve damage, the nerves are covered by a very thin fiber which protects them from damage; high blood sugar is known to destroy the nerve fiber. High blood sugar is actually a poison high level of glucose which lives in the bloodstream; this is a most destructive substance, excessive glucose (sugar) in the blood is responsible for diabetic blindness, heart and kidney failure. When numbness is experienced in the legs or feet it is a sign that the nerve fiber has been affected, timing is crucial for diabetics seeing as permanent nerve damage is often the final result.  Studies show that almost all nerve damage in the lower limbs is related to high blood sugar. Diabetes numb leg is a very serious call to seek to reverse this quickly.

Diet or Surgery

There is no official medication for the reversal of diabetic leg medication, often surgery is necessary for those with strong artery blockage. Diabetic medications such as, metformin was shown to make leg pain worst in the diabetic. Metformin is linked to nerve damage in diabetic legs.

American Academy of Neurology
Wile and colleagues noted that metformin increases homocysteine levels as well as methylmalonic acid levels, both contributing factors to neuropathy(nerve damage). The study noted the increased frequency and severity of diabetic neuropathy(nerve damage) in patients taking metformin

There is some good news, there is a European diet report for diabetics that have been shown to stop the nerve damage in the feet and legs, this diet has been used in over 10 countries to save the legs without surgery and now includes the Type 2 diabetes reversal diet used in 17 countries. 

 Read both reports here   Diabetes Legs and Foot numb Cure Report




Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Foot pain at night can lead to very serious troubles



Foot pain at night is one of the more annoying and possibly dangerous health complications that many will have to suffer, burning, cramping, sharp pains and discomforts are all signs of some level of nerve damage in the lower limb. There are many causes for this very uncomfortable condition but it always means temporary or permanent nerve damage, it is also essential that you address foot pain at night as it can be a sign of more serious health complications.

 

 

The feet as an indicator of overall health

 

The feet and the legs are both good indicators of the health of the body, the feet have an incredible amount of nerves and small blood vessels which help carry oxygen, these blood vessels and nerves are often damaged, this can either be from wear and tear or from more health complications.

 

 

Parts of the feet: One of the more common complaints may be pain between the toes or on the bottom of the foot; the cause of the pain in these areas is usually due to inflammation of the nerves of the foot. There are many who get sharp shocks or throbbing pains in the feet and this is most often due to excessive pressure on the nerves of the foot, when the nerve fibers are damaged it results in sharp or continual pain. Beware that foot pain at night has a strong connection to other illnesses.

 

 

Hidden health complications calling out from the feet

 

Do you have high blood pressure, diabetes, obesity or heart disease? All of these illnesses are related to pains in the feet, when aches are related to deeper health complications the pains are particularly stronger in the evening.

 

A recent study revealed that almost all lower limb pains had a relationship to some illness such as diabetes, there are over 79 million with pre diabetes and many millions are unaware they are affected!  The feet are often a good warning sign of other health complications.

 

 

 

Researchers at the Comprehensive Pain Center at Oregon Health & Science University have learned that nerve pain may have a daily cycle, with the worst occurring pains late in the evening around 11 p.m.  The researchers showed that diabetic nerve damage was the cause of much of the nigh time pain. The results showed that the typical pattern for people with the condition was to experience the greatest pain from it after sunset, peaking at 8 p.m. and 11 p.m.

 

 

Feet Pain is always results from nerve damage, nerve damage only gets worst so it is necessary to do something. Soaking the feet or pads will not address the nerve damage.

 

 

Diet can save the feet and stop the pain at night

 

 

Researchers have revealed that a European diet created specifically for foot pain was able to stop the nigh time pain and repair much of the nerve damage without the need for surgery. The diet which has actually helped diabetic save the feet from amputation is now used in over 10 countries to stop the pain in the feet but those with or without diabetes.

 

 

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European diet used in 10 countries to naturally stop foot pain in those with and without diabetes