Dr. Elliott: Diabetes

Important information to help keep them happy and healthy

Diabetes

Diabetes mellitus results from the pancreas being unable to produce enough insulin for the body to utilize blood glucose correctly. The body needs insulin to convert sugar from foods eaten into energy for all cells in the body.

Diabetic ketoacidosis is life-threatening complication if mellitus is left untreated or poorly treated.

Diabetes may be attributed to the following:

  • Drugs
  • Commercial Foods
  • Chemicals
  • Incorrect nutrition
  • Inferior breeding practices
  • Preservatives
  • Obesity
  • Pancreatitis
  • Auto-Immune disorders
  • Viral infection

The pancreas is one of the most important organs for digestion. Failure to treat can lead to additional problems including; kidneys, eyes, liver, cardiovascular system, motion, nerve problems and infections.

Signs of Diabetes:

  1. Excessive thirst
  2. Frequent urination
  3. Weight loss while food eating maintained
  4. Fatigue
  5. Vomiting
  6. Skin Lesions
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Nutrition

  • Raw Food diet
  • No commercial food or biscuits
  • Great Life- Grain & Potato Free Food
  • Lightly steamed carrots, pea pods, yams, asparagus are nice additions.
  • Sprouted Chia is very helpful (different from regular chia)

A nice and healthy treat is:

  1. 1 part sprouted chia
  2. 1 part quinoa
  3. ΒΌ part yogurt
  4. Mix and cool in refrigerator

Supplements

  • Coffee Berry
  • Bitter Melon
  • Jambolan
  • Pedra Caa
  • Huckleberry Leaves
  • Pata De Vaca
  • Bilberry
  • Devils Club
  • Coconut Water
  • Suma

Are all helpful against Diabetes

Contact information:

Dr. Elliott
www.greatlife4pets.com
1-805-991-7449

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