Abstract Insulin and glucagon are potent regulators of glucose metabolism. For decades, we have viewed diabetes from a bi-hormonal perspective of glucose regulation. This perspective is incomplete and inadequate in explaining some of the difficulties that patients and practitioners face when attempting to tightly control blood glucose concentrations. Intensively managing diabetes with insulin is fraught… Read More Glucose Metabolism and Regulation: Beyond Insulin and Glucagon
Patients with type 1 diabetes also lose amylin production – a hormone responsible for gastric emptying and associated with feelings of fullness – that can also lead to increased feelings of hunger,” Dr. Young-Hyman said. Amylin & Diabetes Overview It was held for a long time by the medical community that there were only two… Read More Eating disorders – Amylin deficiency in type 1 diabetes can lead to increased feelings of hunger?
American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, Vol 58, 555-560, Copyright © 1993 by The American Society for Clinical Nutrition, Inc ORIGINAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS Protein and fat effects on glucose responses and insulin requirements in subjects with insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus AL Peters and MB Davidson Department of Medicine, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, University of California at Los Angeles… Read More ADA: New Insulin Dose Calculation Method Reduces Postprandial Hyperglycemia in Children