10 Reasons why you should study Diabetes

Todays world many of the risk factors for cardiac disease including hypertension, hyperlipidemia, obesity and diabetes are strongly linked poor nutrition. Proper nutritional intake is essential to prevent or control many of these conditions. Unfortunately, with bust lifestyles, many patients dietary intake is high in fat and void of nutrition including essential minerals and vitamins as well as fiber. Paul Kramer M.D. Fighting Body Pollution.

What is Diabetes? 

Diabetes is a disease that occurs when your blood glucose, also called blood sugar, is too high. Blood glucose is your main source of energy and comes from the food you eat. Insulin, a hormone made by the pancreas, helps glucose from food get into your cells to be used for energy.

https://www.niddk.nih.gov/health- information/diabetes/overview/what-is-diabetes

Diabetes mellitus was well known to the ancient founders of Ayurveda, as judged from the detailed descriptions of the disease in the classic texts like Charaka –Samhita, Sushruta-Samhita and Bhrigu-Samhita etc. (Satyavati, 1989 and Dhanukar, 2000). It means, ‘Madhumeha’ is a disease in which a patient passes sweet urine and exhibits sweetness all over the body i.e. in sweat, mucus, breath, blood etc.

(Ashtang Hridayam, 2000 and Subbalakshmi, 2001). Diabetes mellitus (DM) is described in Ayurveda as madhumeha kshaudrameha which literally means “excessive urine with sweet taste like honey,” or dhatupak janya vikriti which means a disease caused by a defective metabolism leading to derangement in body tissue (seven dhatus) transformation process (Subbalakshmi,2001; and Dwivedi 2007).

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What Diabetes does for your body?

https://www.healthline.com/health/diabetes/effects-on-body#1

How to prevent damages from diabetes?

When diabetes gets out of control, it can take a toll on your body. Too much sugar in your blood can damage nerves and blood vessels, which can lead to many different types of problems.But those complications aren’t set in stone for everyone with diabetes — there’s a lot you can do to avoid them. Along with treatment, good health habits can help you keep your disease under control and keep other troubles at bay.

https://www.webmd.com/diabetes/diabetes-complications-reduce-risk#1

What else you can do?

The word Ayurveda derived from two words “Ayus” which means life and “Veda” means knowledge. “Hitahitam sukham dukhamayustasya hitahitam, Manam chtachch atroktamayurveda sauchyata”

According to Dr. Anil Meta et al., (1999) in this shloka (rhym) from Charaka Samhitha, Ayurveda is the knowledge of life that gives indication for a wholesome life. The object of Ayurveda is to assist nature and not to disturb the natural process of living or healing. All the therapeutic measures used for cures support the natural process. Serendib Golden Slim Tea is unique blend of Ceylon black tea and Green Tea processed in an ancient Chinese method, with natural slimming agent Garcenia (proven by modern day scientific research). In addition very good quality Ceylon spices including world renowned Ceylon Cinnamon is added to enhance the effectiveness of this unique blend. The high Quality, Freshness and Authenticity is the wholemark of Serendib Golden slim Tea. Taken twice daily (morning and evening after meal). Serendib slim Tea nourishes your insides with our value herbs and natural way to detox and rejuvenate your body.

Herbs are commonly used for treatment in Ayurveda. Indian healthcare consists of various systems of medicines and ayurveda still remains dominant compared to modern medicine, particularly for treatment of a variety of chronic disease conditions. Considerable research on pharmacognosy, chemistry, pharmacology and clinical therapeutics has been carried out on ayurvedic medicinal plants (Patwardhan, 2004). The Ayurvedic Pharmacopoeia of India is especially rich in herbal treatments for diabetes (Ayurvedic Pharmacopoeia of India, 2008). Ethnobotanical studies of traditional herbal remedies used for diabetes around the world, have identified more than 1,200 species of plants with hypoglycemic activity although only a few of them have been scientifically studied (Ajgaonkar, 1979; Yoshiharu, 1994; Alarcon, 2000; WHO, 2005 and
Vaidya, 1979). Medicinal plants used to treat hypoglycemic or hyperglycemic conditions are of considerable interest for ethno-botanical community as they are recognized to contain valuable medicinal properties in different parts of the plant and a number of plants have shown a varying degree of hypoglycemic and antihyperglycemic activity.

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