Is Diabetes Really Genetic?
Conventional genetic analysis focuses on the genes that account for precise phenotype traditional epidemiology is more disturbed with the environmental causes and risk factors related to traits. But the questions is diabetes genetic?
In the world today, diabetes is not just transmitted genetically but an individual accumulate diabetes because of the food they take.
Genetic epidemiology is an alliance of the two fields that focuses on both genetics, including allelic variants in different populations and environment in order to explain exactly how genes convey effects in different environmental contexts and to come up at a more complete comprehension of the etiology of complex traits.
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What is diabetes?
Diabetes is a metabolic condition in which the body fails to produce enough insulin, Type One (1) Diabetes (T1D) results from autoimmune destruction of insulin-producing cells, which leaves the patient dependent on insulin injections for survival.
Type Two Diabetes
Type Two (2) which is also called as adult-onset diabetes, occurs when impaired insulin effectiveness or insulin resistance is accompanied by the failure to produce sufficient cell insulin.
Patients can be placed on regimes to reduce weight or manage diet or treated with medication and, less often insulin injections.
The medical burden of diabetes
Diabetes a large extent of consequence of macrovascular and microvascular complications of the disease, which results in large increases in morbidity and mortality.
The causes of diabetes
Diabetes is a disease related to elevated blood sugar levels.
When an individual stop releasing and responding to normal amounts of insulin after eating foods with carbohydrates, sugar, and fats, an individual already have diabetes.
Insulin is a hormone that is conked out and transported to cells to be used as energy; it is released by the pancreas to help with the storage of sugar and fats. But individuals who have diabetes do not respond to insulin properly, which causes high blood sugar levels and diabetes symptoms.
Five (5) – Step Plan to Reverse Diabetes
Step One: Remove these foods to reverse diabetes naturally
- Refined sugar
- Conventional cow’s milk
- GMO foods
- Hydrogenated oils
Step Two: Incorporate these foods to treat diabetes
- Foods high in fiber
- Foods high in chromium
- Magnesium-rich foods
- Healthy fats
- Clean protein
- Foods with a low glycemic load
Step Three (3): Take these supplements for diabetes
- Fish oil
Step Four (4): Follow a meal plan
Step Five (5): Exercise to balance blood sugar
You do not know when will diabetes hit you, but better to be prepared than regret everything in the future. Make use of your life wisely.
By Dr Jonathan Spages