Why AGEs and deficient insulin signaling are the main problem in diabetes.

Why AGEs and deficient insulin signaling are the main problem in diabetes.

Anonymous says, “You recommend high-glycemic carbs to help tryptophan get into the brain. What is the maximum level that your blood glucose can spike to after a meal without causing any damage? Some say 140 is the limit. Is there any evidence to support this?” Anonymous, what the evidence is, is that people who, in …

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Corruption Amongst Dieticians | How Corporations Brainwash the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics

Corruption Amongst Dieticians | How Corporations Brainwash the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics

When Steven Cooksey was diagnosed with diabetes, he felt like he was at the end of the road. His doctor told him that diabetes was a chronic disease that he was going to have to manage for life. He saw a registered dietician, who recommended he eat a low fat, high carbohydrate diet. Unlike most, …

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Malkia Nutrition Free Medical Camp – Screening for Lifestyle Diseases

Malkia Nutrition Free Medical Camp – Screening for Lifestyle Diseases

My name is Jessica Wanjiku, I’m the co-founder of Malkia Nutrition and today we were here at University of Nairobi Upper Kabete Campus. We were having a free medical camp where we did screening for common lifestyle diseases or non communicable diseases. And we had a great turn up, more than 500 people, both the …

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Vitamin D and Diabetes

You’ve probably heard that Vitamin D is really important for overall health but do you know why? Well, here’s one reason that’s good to know during cold and flu season: Vitamin D supplementation is 10 times more effective than the flu vaccine in people with low Vitamin D levels. Another reason it’s important is that …

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Dr. Zoë Harcombe – Making Sense of Nutrition (Ft. by Dr. Mariela Glandt)

Dr. Zoë Harcombe – Making Sense of Nutrition (Ft. by Dr. Mariela Glandt)

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Chocolate Chia Pudding

Chocolate Chia Pudding

(calm music) – Welcome to Diabetes Every Day. I’m Toby Smithson. I know that you all love hearing about a new recipe. So I have one for you today. I don’t know about your favorite flavors but I’m most definitely a fan of anything chocolate. In an upcoming episode, we will talk more about the …

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Simple Carbohydrates | Types of Carbohydrates – PART-2

Simple Carbohydrates | Types of Carbohydrates – PART-2

in the previous video we have seen the classification of carbohydrates that include simple and complex carbohydrates and they’re examples let’s have a quick recap simple carbohydrates are simple sugars they can be either monosaccharides or disaccharides monosaccharides are made up of one sugar molecule and they are glucose fructose mannose and galactose two monosaccharides …

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