Friday, 11 July 2014

Food allergies can lead to diabetes

Here's food for thought. Food allergies can actually cause a diabetic reaction, complicating anti-diabetic treatment. Diabetes mellitus is a metabolic disorder, and disease becomes less controllable or irreversible when other metabolic problems arise due to food allergy and intolerance of certain foods. Inflammation, autoimmune destruction of the cells and insulin resistance may be induced by food intolerance.


It is necessary to trim or eliminate the saturated fats in the diet because these fats may affect not only the health of the heart, but may also induce insulin resistance. The study showed that saturated fats activate immune cells and secrete inflammatory protein called interleukin-1 beta. This protein interacts with the organs and tissues, causing them to resist insulin.

Some food allergies cause body cells to swell (swell), leading to insulin resistance. Edema is a response to inflammation, which contributed to a diabetic reaction in the body.

Scientists observed the level of sugar in the blood of patients before and after meals. Annoying when the food was removed from the diet, diabetic reaction disappeared along with inflammation. Among the products cause allergic reactions included: corn, wheat and dairy products.

Autoimmune destruction
Allergy to cow's milk proteinSome patients with type 1 diabetes autoimmunity may play a key role in the occurrence of diabetes. It is believed that about 75% of diabetics have type 1 allergy in their own cells in the pancreas responsible for the production of insulin. This might cause an allergy to milk

 . A study conducted in Australia and Italy, found the relationship between cow's milk and type 1 diabetes in children. Bovine serum albumin is a protein to which some people are allergic,

 and the body attacks it. Unfortunately, the pancreatic cells responsible for producing insulin, are very much like bovine serum albumin, and leading to a protein and to the attack of pancreatic cells (thus limiting the production of insulin). Children who drink cow's milk during the first three years of life, 52% more likely to develop type 1 diabetes.

Insulin resistance can occur from many causes, including food allergies and intolerance of certain products. These allergies can take many forms.

Today, with a high degree of chemical treatment products can cause chronic inflammation. This chronic inflammation disrupts normal body processes, for example the production of insulin.

 If you're diabetic or know someone who is sick, consider testing for food allergies. This may be one of the keys to stabilize the disease.

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