Quantum Glycomics Theory of Relativity on Diabetes

Quantum Glycobiology aka Quantum Glycomics or QG works "out of the blue" without our knowing why or how. Einstein called quantum physics "Spooky action at a distance". This lesson connects some of the dots of QG for diabetes. After I studied Einstein's Theory of Relativity years ago, I had the audacity to write a response, The Theory of Irrelativity. Professional reviews of my QG Theory of Relativity are welcome.

In Quantum Glycobiology, we will use influences that traditional science discard as irrelevant. The tapestry of quantum fabric folded into the targeted sugar particles dramatically alters function and efficacy. Optimal efficacy manifests when all relative factors are in sync.

A Houston MD relayed to me an experience with a patient following a physical exam. Soon after, he conducted a second exam and said, "You responded quickly. How long have you been taking those?"

Blood Pressure, Diabetes and the Metabolic Syndrome

This week I am again writing about blood pressure, diabetes and the metabolic syndrome. Each week I see patients who have recently been examined by their primary doctors and are told that have findings of high blood pressure, elevated blood sugar or both. They are ill advised to return for followup in 8 weeks for a second test.

I am not suggesting that it is wrong to followup when you have such findings. It is however foolish to make no management recommendations and expect a different outcome on a subsequent visit. Often on the next visit medication will be prescribed as now there is a trend and not just a single visit finding which may have been just coincidence. It is necessary to show a trend vs. a single visit reading to prescribe drug therapies unless hypertension is severe.

Blood and Sugar - Your Circulatory System, the Highway of LIFE

The glucose spike is just the tip of the iceberg of the sugar problem. When your sugar is off, your health is off. Sugars determine everything about your body including your blood type. Your LIFE is literally held in the four parts of your blood: red blood cells, white blood cells, platelets, and the plasma in which your life is suspended. Your circulatory system is controlled by sugars. Your OS is glycoproteins on the surface of your cells.

The highway of LIFE is literally your circulatory system made up of a vast network of pipe extending 50,000 to 70,000 miles. Your veins and arteries are the super highways and your capillaries are the back road vessels that take your blood and nutrients to the most remote regions of your body. Some lanes are so narrow that the blood cells must pass single file. The blood passes through your heart twice per cycle which takes about one minute to make the journey through your body.

Quantum Glycobiology Presents New Possibilities For Sugars And Diabetes

Quantum science deals with unseen factors that can generate tipping points, producing what we call, "anomalies". An anomaly is what people name something when they don't know what just happened. Something caused the tipping point which was not calculated into the equation and yet remains unexplained.

In the title of this lesson, "new possibilities for sugars" may be a misnomer in that the possibilities are not really new but our understanding what is happening and how to help make certain things happen ARE indeed new. Traditional physics deal with how things normally function. Quantum physics take into consideration those many unseen factors.

In biology, we witness life, the natural science of all living organisms. We study structure, function, and growth and all that make plants, animals and humans what they are. Living organisms consume and transform energy from various sources. Light influence on sugars is one factor we will discuss in just a moment.

Type 2 Diabetes - Is Your Waist Measurement The Reason You Have High Blood Sugar?

It is a well-documented fact most people diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes are either overweight or obese.

    in children, 95 percent are overweight or obese,
    in adults over 85 percent.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), approximately one-third of adults in the United States, and 17.1 percent of children and adolescents in the United States, are obese.

What is the clinical version of what it means to be obese? As stated by the CDC, overweight and obesity are labels given when the range of weight for a given height is over and above what has been determined to be healthy.

Type 2 Diabetes - Does Weight Loss Affect Your Bones?

Being overweight or obese are often problems for most people who are diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes. These diabetics are usually told weight loss intervention can help to control the disease as well as prevent damage to their heart and blood vessel disease.

Unfortunately, heart attacks are a prime cause of death in middle-aged people with Type 2 diabetes. Fatality rates are two to four times higher than those of middle-aged people without diabetes. Recent studies reveal between 35 and 50 percent of heart attack victims had abnormal blood sugar at the time of the attack. People with high blood pressure are also at a higher risk.

Researchers at the University of California in San Francisco, United States, however, who are concerned weight loss programs could have complications, undertook a study to ascertain what effects, if any, weight loss interventions could have on the bones of people with Type 2 diabetes.

Type 2 Diabetes - The Importance Of Being Prepared With a Diabetic ID

Not everyone who has diabetes, especially Type 2 diabetes, is aware of it. Even though a diabetic who has been diagnosed has been informed, not everyone has. If you are diabetic, your friends and family might know, but what about the rest of society? How will they know you need assistance to re-establish ideal blood sugars? A form of medical identification would do the trick.

Make sure you have regular identification, medical cards, and medical ID before leaving home. This will do the talking for you if you are in an unplanned emergency and cannot speak for yourself.

Some people with Type 2 diabetes especially, refuse to carry a form of medical ID. It could be because they do not want to draw attention to the fact they have the disease. Some people are embarrassed by it, although they should not be.

Type 2 Diabetes - Does Lack of Exercise Affect Your Body?

A sedentary lifestyle has long been linked with an increased risk of developing Type 2 diabetes. Genetic inheritance causes Type 2 diabetes. However, factors such as obesity, lack of exercise, and sometimes the stress of surgery, interacts with your genetic risk to trigger this disease.

Not taking part in exercise or physical activity contributes to a lower quality of life and makes it more difficult for you to control both your weight and blood sugar. It is one factor that you can change immediately.

Researchers at the Centre for Exercise at the University of Bristol in the UK looked at sedentary time and periods of physical activity in relation to health factors in people diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes.

Control Inflammation To Reduce The Risk of Type 2 Diabetes and Diabetic Complications

Inflammation And Type 2 Diabetes Epidemic

The latest diabetes statistics from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention are alarming, disclosing that close to 26 million people in the U.S. have diabetes, of which about 7 million do not know they are diabetic. In addition, at least 79 million Americans have prediabetes, a state with an increased risk of developing Type 2 diabetes.

Diabetes, the silent killer, is not a standalone disorder. It has far-reaching effects causing cardiovascular disease, the leading cause of death in industrialized countries.

Inflammation Plays A Key Role In Type 2 Diabetes

Type 1 Diabetes - Understand the Basics

This type of Diabetes was most widely known as juvenile diabetes as is usually diagnosed in children and young adults. Unlike other forms of diabetes, such as Type 2 diabetes where the body does not produce enough insulin, Type 1 diabetes is a result of the body producing no insulin. As a result the daily impacts and potential complications from this type of diabetes are much more serious and those diagnosed with this form of diabetes need to be vigilant in their monitoring and management.

First Some Type 1 Diabetes Statics....

Before we get into the weeds on the specifics regarding this type of diabetes let's revel some statics on the frequency of Type 1 versus other forms of diabetes. If you are concerned that your child is a candidate for this form of diabetes then these stats will help you rationalize the basis for your determination.