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158 documents for deficiency of carbohydrates
  • He could eat whatever he wanted so long as he took his insulin for 10 years. Fortunately, he got a second opinion from a naturopathic doctor who kep off insulin for ten years by putting him on a low carbohydrate nutritional plan, free of processed foods and unsafe cooking methods. When his doctor moved her practice to New York my father slowly resumed his old habits of eating foods that were high on glycemic index, meaning those foods that quickly raise blood sugar levels, like white bread, potatoes, rice, just a few of his favorites, that score high on the glycemic index. Each time you dump excess sugar into system your body stores it as fat on top of fat. Eventually you will develop resistance to insulin, leaving the blood sugar and fat with nowhere to go. His blood sugar levels were ...

    ... for proper metabolism of glucose, carbohydrates and fats. Deficiency in chromium can interfere ...

  • EPA and NHTSA, on behalf of the Department of Transportation, are issuing final rules to further reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve fuel economy for light-duty vehicles for model years 2017 and beyond. On May 21, 2010, President Obama issued a Presidential Memorandum requesting that NHTSA and EPA develop through notice and comment rulemaking a coordinated National Program to improve fuel economy and reduce greenhouse gas emissions of light-duty vehicles for model years 2017-2025, building on the success of the first phase of the National Program for these vehicles for model years 2012-2016. This final rule, consistent with the President's request, responds to the country's critical need to address global climate change and to reduce oil consumption. NHTSA is finalizing Corporat...

    ...Page 62909. the plant makes carbohydrates (its source of energy and food), can lead to a ... choice model, citing this as a serious deficiency that must be addressed to properly understand the ...

  • In people with G6PD deficiency, either the RBCs do not make enough G6PD or what is produced cannot properly function. Without enough G6PD to protect them, RBCs can be damaged or destroyed. Hemolytic anemia occurs when the bone marrow (the soft, spongy part of the bone that produces new blood cells) cannot compensate for this destruction by increasing its production of RBCs. G6PD deficiency is most common in African-American males. Many African-American females are carriers of G6PD deficiency, meaning they can pass the gene for the deficiency to their childrerrbut do not have symptoms; only a few are actually affected by G6PD deficiency. Writers Note: Glucose-6-Phosphate Dehydrogenase (G6PD) deficiency is the most common human enzyme deficiency; an estimated 400 million people worldwide ...

    ... enzymes that help the body process carbohydrates and turn them into energy. G6PD also protects red ...

  • State Teachers Retirement Board improperly disregarded cardiologist's report in concluding that applicant was not entitled to retirement disability benefits.

    ... such as lactic acid; malnutrition (deficiency of carbohydrates, proteins, minerals, or ...

  • Is it our imagination, or are gluten intolerance, and dietary disorders in general, increasingly in the news? Does this mean they're on the rise? The answers are yes and yes, according to experts.

    ... to "risks of some micronutrient deficiency or of excessive intake of carbohydrates," said ...

  • ... breakdown of certain complex carbohydrates found in all cells. This deficiency causes the ...

  • Like other parents who have lost a child, the Tracys want [Tyler]'s short life to be meaningful to more than just them: "[Kristin Tracy] and I believe he was here for a reason." [Jeff Tracy] got a crash course in advocacy and media relations when the special formula Tyler needed (imported from England) was banned by the FDA. After Tyler died, Jeff helped other parents who needed to obtain the formula too, but thought that Tyler's time here should be memorialized by something more permanent. The Tracys approached David Berry, vice president of UW Children's Hospital, with the idea for Tyler's Place: "He liked the idea, but he didn't think it would fly. Now the deal is this: The Tracys have until 2007 to come up with the $200,000 to sponsor the center as Tyler's Place. If their fund driv...

    ... (pyruvate dehydrogenase complex deficiency, or PDCD) that made him incapable of processing ...

  • Tetrahydrobiopterin, or 6R-BH4, the molecule being tested by BioMarin to treat high blood pressure, is an essential enzyme cofactor (an organic, nonprotein component of an enzyme) in the human body. It is a crucial component in the synthesis of nitric oxide, a key player throughout the cardiovascular system (among others). Many of us are familiar with nitric oxide as an "ingredient" of acid rain or smog, but not in our own bodies, where it produces such protective and positive effects as regulating vascular tone, relaxing smooth muscle, controlling inflammation and reducing platelet aggregation. Medical studies indicate that in some disease conditions 6R-BH4 becomes deficient, affecting nitric oxide production. [Susan Ferris] and Grass say that in the testing so far, administering the c...

    ... (mucopolysaccharidoses, in which the deficiency of certain lysosomal enzymes results in an ity to metabolize complex carbohydrates-causing a number of symptoms and abnormalities), ...

  • ...2. Reduced levels of urinary carbohydrates (elevated levels of GAGs or complex carbohydrates ... genetic disease caused by a deficiency of the enzyme alpha-L-iduronidase. The deficiency ...

  • More and more prominent articles and poll results, one each this week alone in USAToday and Reuters, are appearing to suggest that the carb-cutting craze has crested. There are many reasons why our preoccupation with carb cutting as a means to weight control cannot last. Foremost, there are only three nutrient classes to choose from: carbohydrate, protein and fat. While cutting any of them restricts choice and thereby calories, leading to weight loss, it also cuts out a major portion of any normal diet, leaving behind a deficiency of taste, choice, pleasure and nutrients. Not only is carbohydrate one of just three nutrient classes, it is the largest. There are more high-carbohydrate foods than there are either high-fat or high-protein foods. All fruits, vegetables, beans, lentils and gr...

    ... sustainable weight control, cutting carbohydrates makes less sense than cutting fat ever did, and ...

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