Do naturally occurring sugars contribute to heart disease?
The effects of added sugar intake include higher blood pressure, inflammation, weight gain, diabetes, and fatty liver disease which are all linked to an increased risk for heart attack
Weight loss should be gradual and healthy with strict diet control, balanced nutritious meals and regular physical activity.
Common causes include birth defects, hereditary diseases, infection, nephrotic syndrome, systemic diseases, trauma and urine blockage or reflux
Diabetes is either due to no insulin production or ineffective insulin. In patients with no insulin production, we are left with no choice other than giving external insulin to control sugars. In nascent cases of other diabetes we try to control the blood sugar by diet/exercise and medicines. Additionally, when external insulin is given, body's own production goes down and it is suppressed.
Blood sugar level is fixed by diet / life style modifications/ exercise by the patient and medication advise by the doctor.