Friday, 7 July 2017

Salveo helps to cure diabetes without any hazard and reaction

Diabetes is an ailment in the body’s ability to transform glucose (sugar) to energy. The main source for the fuel for our body is glucose. Maximum amount of our food intake is broken down to glucose.  Whenever a food particle is digested, it is divided into fats, protein, or carbohydrates.  Foods that affect blood sugars are called carbohydrates. Carbohydrates, when digested, change to glucose. Glucose is a form of sugar in the blood and it is the primary source of fuel for our bodies.  In order for glucose to be transferred from the blood into the cells, the hormone - insulin is needed. However, hungry feeling is common in diabetes. Patients with high blood sugar experience polyuria, increasingly thirsty feeling is common in diabetes. Persons with diabetes should intake carbohydrates but as per suggested by the physician.

Examples of some carbohydrates are: bread, rice, pasta, potatoes, corn, fruit, and milk products. The disease is considered as a metabolism disorder. Metabolism is the process by which our body digests food for energy and growth. It is often referred by doctors as diabetes mellitus, denotes a group of metabolic diseases in which the patient has high blood glucose level either because insulin production is inadequate or the body- cells do not respond properly to insulin or both. It stimulates the B cells of pancreas and reduces long term complication of Diabetes mellitus. Most of what we intake as food is broken down to glucose. 

Diabetes develops when the pancreas fails to produce sufficient quantities of insulin – Type 1 diabetes or the insulin produced is defective and cannot move glucose into the cells – Type 2 diabetes. Either insulin is not produced in sufficient quantities or the insulin produced is defective and cannot move the glucose into the cells. Salveo Life Sciences, one of the best ayurvedic medicine producers of the country comes up with the natural cure for diabetes, X-Diaba, which helps in management of Diabetes as adjuvant therapy.

Disclaimer: The information on this page is not intended to be a substitute for medical advice. Please do not use this information to diagnose or treat health problems without consulting a doctor.


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