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 The Silent Killer
A short write up by Dr. Mike Loper, M.D., MHSA


Diabetes is a disease we all hear about and know something about.  In fact, it is estimated that 1 in every 14 people in the United States either have, or will develop diabetes during their lifetime.

We all hear the term "diabetes" and know it has to do with increased blood sugar, but what are the signs and effects of this increased blood sugar.

 Diabetes are classified in 3 categories: Type 1, Type 2, and Gestational (Pregnancy).  We will discuss Type 1 and Type 2:

            Type 1

                        -  Frequently considered an autoimmune disease

                        -  Typically begins very early in life (childhood / young adult)

                        -  The body does not produce insulin

            Type 2

                        -  Usually occurs later in life

                        -  Related to abdominal obesity (big belly increases risk)

                        -  The body does not produce enough insulin or the cells ignore the insulin

 

            When we eat food, the body breaks down all of the sugars and starches into glucose, which is the basic fuel for the cells in the body.  When this "glucose" accumulates in the bloodstream instead of being used by the cells, it can lead to the complications of diabetes.

 

            Signs

                        -  Frequent urination

                        -  Unquenchable thirst

                        -  Losing weight without trying (mostly type 1, type 2 you "could" gain)

                        -  Weakness

                        -  Fatigue

                        -  Blurred vision

            Complications

                        -  Heart disease

                        -  Kidney disease

                        -  Neuropathy (numbness/tingling in the hands and feet)-poor circulation

                        -  Eye diseases

 
Colostrum contains two components that have been shown to be of great benefit to patients with diabetes.  These two substances are PRP (proline-rich polypeptide and IGF-1 (insulin-like growth factor).  The PRP has been shown to balance the overactive immune response associated with autoimmune diseases such as diabetes. Colostrum balances the overactive immune response to reduce the attack on the pancreas.

 Blood sugar levels have been shown to greatly reduce with the addition of Colostrum.  This is mainly a response to the IGF-1.  Publications in 1990 suggested that supplementation with colostrum would be of great benefit to patients with diabetes.  This was largely based on the fact that IGF-1 can stimulate the usage of glucose.  In this research, it was discovered that the diabetic patients had lower levels of IGF-1 than found in healthy patients.  The diabetic patients were given IGF-1.  After administration, researchers noticed a two-fold increase in glucose transport to the muscles, potentially helping to treat hyperglycemia.

 Be sure to have regular checkups with your doctor to monitor for diabetes.  Also, eat a balanced diet, exercise regularly, and drink plenty of water.

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