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Diabetes

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Transcript of Diabetes

Diabetes
Camryn McKellar Joshua Baker Ashley Sutton Brady Gamble
Introduction
A disease in which the body produces little or no insulin
Two types (Type 1 and Type 2)
High levels of sugar in the blood

About Anna
- 38 years old
- 168 lbs
- Hispanic
- Type 1 diabetes
Eye Complications
Ear Complications
Oral Health
Hand and Feet Complications
Skin Complications
Increased risk of gum disease among those with diabetes
Hearing loss
Deafness
High risk of glaucoma
Higher risk of cataracts
May lead to blindness
Nerve damage
Loss of feeling
- Bacterial infections
-Styes
-Folliculitis
-Carbuncles
-Infections around the nails
Produces insulin and sends it into the bloodstream
Type 1
Type 2
No insulin is made
Beta cells are attacked
Glucose remains in blood stream
Higher risk of heart attack and stroke
Doesn't make enough insulin
Cells create a resistance to insulin
Glucose stays in the blood
Healthy Menu
Kidney Disease
Healthy Person
Morning Snack:
- 1 cup of strawberries
Carbs: 1
Protein: 1g
Calories: 49
Fats: 0g
Lunch:
- Grilled Shrimp Skewers with White Bean Soup
- 1 whole wheat pita bread
- 1 cup of skim milk
- 1 fudgsicle (no sugar)
Carbs: 6
Protein: 37g
Calories: 534
Fats: 6g
Healthy Menu
Creates insulin
Insulin unlocks the cells
Glucose goes into cell
Turns into the cells energy
High blood sugar levels cause it to be damaged.
Healthy Menu
Afternoon Snack:
- 1 cup of non fat vanilla yogurt
Carbs: 2
Protein: 4g
Calories: 180
Fats: 0g
Dinner:
- 1 cup of brown rice
- 1 glass of water
- Five-Spice Tilapia
- 1/2 cup of cooked quinona
- medium-sized nectarine
Carbs: 5
Protein: 20g
Calories: 451
Fats: 8g
In Conclusion...
High levels of sugar in the blood
Type 1- produces no insulin
Type 2- produces little insulin
Many complications and risk factors
Without kidneys, your body can not filter your blood
Heart Complications
5' 4" woman that is 200lbs.:
Breakfast:
- 1 cup of skim milk
- 1 piece of whole wheat toast
- 1 scrambled egg
- an apple
Carbs: 3
Protein: 14.5g
Calories: 325.5
Fats: 9g

Pancreas
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