Developing Medicinal Adherence | Online Course | Udemy

Developing Medicinal Adherence | Online Course | Udemy

Developing Medicinal Adherence: Continuous Glucose Observation. Preconception patronage and pregestational guidance can reduce the average of spontaneous abortion and fetal distortion. The improvement of insulin resistance through late gestation is actually a normal physiological adaptability that transfers maternal power metabolism process from CHO toward lipid oxidation and thence affords glucose for the developing fetus. A

What do Saunas and Keto have in Common?

What do Saunas and Keto have in Common?

– Have you ever thought that sitting in a sauna, could enhance the effect of your Ketogenic diet? No one would ever connect those dots, but when you start looking at the studies, you actually can. It’s affecting the same sort of metabolic genetic pathway. Here, let me explain. Okay, when you sit in a

Importance of Magnesium on Keto

Importance of Magnesium on Keto

– All minerals are vitally important. But when you’re on keto, you could argue that magnesium is one of the most important. So let’s talk about why magnesium is so critical on a ketogenic diet and what it can do for you. I’m Thomas DeLauer with Keto-Mojo and we’re talking minerals today. The first thing

Coca-Cola Sugar vs HFCS

Coca-Cola Sugar vs HFCS

Welcome back to my channel TheCandyGuy where I talk about treats for the sweet tooth Today I’m going to talk about Coca-Cola Actually I’m going to talk about High Fructose Corn Syrup (HFCS) vs sugar cane Now I’m mainly making this video to compare the differences between HFCS Coke and sugar cane Coke So that’s

Steps of Glycolysis Reactions Explained – Animation – SUPER EASY

Steps of Glycolysis Reactions Explained – Animation – SUPER EASY

Biological organisms require energy to survive. Glycolysis is one of the pathways cells use to transform sugars like glucose into biochemical energy in the form of ATP. In the cytosol of the cell, glycolysis converts glucose into pyruvate, through a series of 10 enzymatic reactions. This process produces ATP, along with other products, such as

10 implicit signs of high blood sugar!

10 implicit signs of high blood sugar!

For everyone, the blood sugar concentration changes several times during the day, for example, it increases after eating, but then returns to its usual norm. This is natural. However, for people after 35-40 years of age, such fluctuations can happen more often and for other reasons. This may precede the development of diabetes. Watch this

Diabetes Burnout [Sick of being Type 1]

Diabetes Burnout [Sick of being Type 1]

Hi I’m Levi and you’re watching Between Two Lines. A YouTube channel devoted specifically to type 1 diabetes. Thank you to everyone who watched the first video that was a response I did not expect. I kind of thought I’d do a little a one-off video and and pat myself on the back for basically

Type 1 Diabetes & Job Interviews

Type 1 Diabetes & Job Interviews

Hey everyone this Levi with between two lines. Today I want to talk about something that I know quite a bit about and all of you probably at least know something about. Tonight I’m in Orlando, Florida and that explains the very Florida looking hotel room that I am in. I would like to have

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If Blood Sugar Could Talk pt.2 [Type 1 Diabetes]

What do we have here? Man it smells good in here. You been eatin? No no no no I was um.. I was cleaning. You sure? Oh yeah yeah yeah. For sure. I always tell you. Oh cause you wouldn’t lie to me we’re so close. We don’t do that to each other. Hey you