This is not surprising, as both diseases are rooted in chronic inflammation.
But according to a new study published in the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, having both diseases don’t just double the trouble. It multiplies it and makes it a lot harder to tackle either one disease.
Thankfully, there is one simple thing that can help drastically improve both conditions.
Researchers used data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Surveys from 2009 to 2016 and examined the prevalence of arthritis among Americans with prediabetes.
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They also checked the physical activity levels of people with both these conditions to find out how much of a problem exercise could pose.
This is not just important because people with prediabetes need to exercise, but also because people with arthritis need to exercise to keep their joints functional and to maintain a healthy weight to let their joints carry.
In general, 32% or 26 million Americans with prediabetes also have arthritis.
In people with both these conditions, 56.5% are almost completely physically inactive, and 50.1% of them are obese.
When they took into account those who were mostly inactive and overweight (not just obese), the statistics sounded even worse.
Light swimming, walking, or biking may not put much strain on your joints but will work wonders in improving your health.
Even better, here are 3-easy steps that completely reverse type 2 diabetes in 28 days or less…
And here’s a simple strategy that has helped thousands of readers to eliminate their arthritis pain within 21 days…
Does This Supplement Help You to Control & Treat Type 2 Diabetes?
A new supplement called Ubiquinol has been gaining a huge amount of popularity in recent years and is now being sold in most health food stores.
However, until now, very few scientific studies have been done to test the real effect of it.
This all changed with a new study that was published by the British Journal of Nutrition where Taiwanese scientists put this supplement to the test on 50 type 2 diabetic subjects.
Before moving to the studies, a quick explanation would be necessary.
Enzymes are molecules in your body that, should it be missing, almost no chemical reactions can occur. Without them, your body will be a lot less productive at doing…well, absolutely everything.
However, for enzymes to work, they need co-enzymes to pair with. One of the most important coenzymes is called Coenzyme Q10, or more briefly known as CoQ10.
Your body produces this naturally and it is essential for the creation of cell energy. In other words, all your organs would work with more productively if they had plenty of CoQ10.
That is why CoQ10 has become one of the most popular supplements, especially since your body produces lesser amounts of it as you age.
However, since your body converts CoQ10 to a more advanced and productive form called ubiquinol, supplement manufacturers have now started making to make ubiquinol directly.
In this new research, scientists divided their 50 type 2 diabetic subjects into two groups:
– the first group received 33mg of ubiquinol three times a day.
– the second received a fake tablet (placebo) on the same schedule.
They collected blood samples throughout the study to test their participant’s blood glucose, insulin levels, cholesterol, and antioxidant activity.
After 12 weeks, they found that the ubiquinol group had lower Hemoglobin A1c levels when compared to the placebo group, meaning that their average levels of blood sugar (glucose) were lower over that period.
They also found that the ubiquinol group had a slightly lower level of fasting glucose than the placebo group.
While oxidative stress was not found to be lower in the ubiquinol group, they were found to have antioxidants that are more active in their bodies than the placebo group, along with lower insulin resistance, and lower insulin levels.
Many of the diabetic participants could even give up their diabetes medication.
The ubiquinol group also had higher HDL cholesterol, suggesting that ubiquinol helped to keep this healthier type of cholesterol at optimum levels.
This study thus seems promising. Therefore, it might be worth the effort to hopscotch your way to your local health food store and try ubiquinol out for 12 weeks or so.
Why Losing Weight May Not Help You to Control & Treat Type 2 Diabetes?
When Losing Weight Causes Type 2 Diabetes
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Being overweight is considered to be the #1 cause of type 2 diabetes. And the first thing any good doctor will recommend would be to lose body fat.
But a new study published in the latest Journal of Physiology revealed that one of the most effective weight loss method actually causes type 2 diabetes.
Swiss scientists divided mice into 2 groups: one group that are a diet that was high in both fat and carbohydrates, while the other group ate a diet that was only high in fat.
The latter was a replica of the popular Keto Diet.
Their tests found that even though mice on the Keto diet appeared healthy while in a fasting state, they actually displayed decreased glucose tolerance when compared with the high-fat, high-carbohydrates group.
After investigating further, they discovered that the livers of the Keto mice did not respond as well to insulin as they should have.
This is a state called insulin resistance, a major risk factor for diabetes.
Therefore, even if Keto is somewhat effective to lose weight (at least in the short run), it may be ruining your liver and causing type 2 diabetes.
A better approach to lose weight is what I call “the third element of weight loss”. It requires no diet or exercises, just a simple technique that can be found here…
And if you already suffer type 2 diabetes or prediabetes, consider these 3 steps that thousands of readers have used to reverse their diabetes in 28 days or less…
This post is from the 3 Steps Diabetes Strategy Program. It was created by Jodi Knapp from Blue Heron health news that has been recognized as one of the top quality national health information websites.
In this program, Jodi Knapp shares practical tips and advice on how you can prevent and cure diabetes naturally. She also dispels myths commonly associated with diabetes, like for example, diabetes being a lifelong condition. There are also lots of information going around that is simply not true and she’s here to correct it.
Diabetes is a disease, and it can be cured. This is just one of the important tips Jodi reveals in her program. Also she included several ways in preventing the onset of disease, choosing the right food to eat, recommended vitamin supplements, the right time of the day to take the blood sugar and many more.
But the most amazing thing would have to be her program which only takes 3 simple steps to help you to control & treat type 2 diabetes. What it does is cure diabetes without having to rely on expensive drugs, diets that make sufferers crave for even more food they are not supposed to eat, and exercise programs that make people feel tired and depressed.
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