What is called “Diabetes mellitus” ?
“Diabetes mellitus” means: honey-Sweet flow.
The carbohydrate content of the diet affects the need for insulin
- With sugar-rich meals a lot of Insulin needs to be distributed.
- Not only the quantity but also the carbohydrates types of food have an impact on the level of blood sugar levels – and therefore on the necessary quantity of Insulin
- Particularly strong is the blood sugar level increases sugar rich meals. Is strength only in the digestive tract to glucose broken down and then passes slowly into the blood. Dietary fiber can delay the absorption of carbohydrates in addition since the available carbohydrates are only slowly out of the plant cells. Even with abundant food, larger and larger insulin required amounts of the fat build-up.
What is the type-1 diabetics is and what characterizes it?
- Acute onset of the disease due to a disorder in the immune system, often there is an infection. The disease begins with a strong thirst, increased urination and noticeable weight loss. It is an absolute insulin deficiency. Insulin treatment is required.
- The pancreas cannot make Insulin. Insulin must be injected from the outside””. In type 1 diabetics carbohydrate and insulin supply must be carefully matched to each other.
What is the type-2 diabetics is and what characterizes it?
- The disease is first noticed. 90% of type 2 diabetics are overweight. There is a relative lack of Insulin. Often sufficient for the treatment of weight loss and appropriate diet.
- The pancreas still produces Insulin. A diet with evenly spread throughout the day in small meals is usually sufficient to have a hormone deficiency in loading phases to exclude. In other cases, tablets that support the insulin formation to help. An energy-reduced mixed diet can contribute to weight normalization and thus to an improvement of metabolic processes.
Disease symptoms and characteristics of Diabetes mellitus.
- Tiredness / Dejection
- Frequent Urination
- Weight loss type 1
- (strong) Durst
- Blurred vision
- Concentration disorders
- Dehydration → Dry Skin
- Skin itching
- Poor Wound Healing
- General Susceptibility To Infection