At present, the diet therapy for diabetes can not replace the drug therapy. At present, the drugs on the market mainly include five categories: insulin secretors, biguanides, u03b1 - glucosidase inhibitors, thiazolidinediones, insulin.
Although there is no radical cure method for diabetes, it can be prevented and controlled. Patients need to understand the disease correctly, do not seek the so-called diet therapy to cure diabetes, and should receive regular treatment. Good blood glucose control can reduce or delay the occurrence and development of chronic complications of diabetes.
Can you reduce blood pressure just by dietotherapy? have the order reversed!
Hypertension is a common disease in real life. It is a phenomenon that the pressure value caused by blood flow in the blood vessel wall is continuously higher than normal. High blood pressure is often called silent killer. Most patients can get sick without any symptoms.
With the continuous improvement of the quality of life, peoples pursuit of health is getting higher and higher. As a result, many businesses have launched health recipes, and there are countless recipes for lowering blood pressure. Although limiting sodium intake, limiting total calories and matching food nutrition balance can control blood pressure, it is far from enough.
Blood pressure control is not ideal, it will damage the heart, brain, kidney and other important organs. Drug treatment can significantly reduce cardiovascular and cerebrovascular complications. Clinical data showed that the incidence of stroke, heart failure and myocardial infarction decreased by 50% and 15% - 30% respectively. Therefore, rational use of drugs is the key to blood pressure.
Treat autism by dietotherapy? unrealistic!
Autism, also known as autism, has been defined by the medical community for only 70 years. This kind of disease is not a psychological problem, not an intellectual obstacle, nor an isolated personality. It is a kind of extensive development obstacle. At present, the popular diet therapy for autism includes gluten free diet and casein free diet, i.e. gluten free diet (GFD), desensitized or harmful food therapy, ketogenic diet (KD), and various nutritional supplements.
The latest meta-analysis on the efficacy and safety of dietotherapy for autism at home and abroad shows that none of the above dietotherapy has sufficient evidence-based medicine evidence for the efficacy of autistic patients, or dietotherapy has no clear scientific effect on autism.
Moreover, there may be potential risks. For example, a long-term ketogenic diet may lead to the restriction of protein, carbohydrate and other nutrients intake, which is not conducive to the weight increase of children and the inhibition of normal growth, leading to hyperlipidemia and hypercholesterolemia.
It can be seen that when using dietotherapy, it must be used according to its own situation. Do not use it out of context or indiscriminately according to the introduction on the Internet. For the patients whose disease has been clearly diagnosed, they should not stop using the drugs in their diet. Remember that dietotherapy cannot replace medication.
Ruan Guangfeng, director of the business department of Kexin food and nutrition information exchange center, is responsible for the scientific check.
Source: Peoples network editor in charge: Geng Yiwen ufe63 nj6040