A surgical Scar is a much neglected aspect of post-surgical care.
Complications of a surgical incision include:
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- vitaDERM Surgical Scar Ointment is most effective when used 2-4 weeks after surgical incision.
- vitaDERM Surgical Scar Ointment can considerably improve old surgical scars, skin hypertrophy, keloid formations, with longer duration of treatment.
The image below shows a patient with a 10-year old scar which had undergone considerable hypertrophy. vitaDERM Surgical Scar Ointment improved the cosmetic outcome significantly within 12 months of use, as evident in the image below.
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Pharmaceutical companies have spent billions of dollars to find a treatment for Alzheimer’s Dementia. Unfortunately, all recent clinical studies have failed and the potential for the approval of an efficacious treatment in the foreseeable future remain slim.
A particular area of hope, is that researchers have identified a significant connection between diabetes and Alzheimer’s disease. Approximately 80% of people with Alzheimer’s disease also have some form of diabetes, insulin resistance, or disturbed glucose metabolism. The connection between Alzheimer’s disease and diabetes is so close, that researchers have now begun referring to Alzheimer’s as “type 3 diabetes”. This finding is significant because it suggests that the risk of developing Alzheimer’s dementia can be reduced through dietary and lifestyle modifications.
Dementia currently afflicts more than 35 million people worldwide. Almost half of people with dementia have Alzheimer’s disease, the most common form, characterized by progressive memory, cognitive and behavioral deficits. With aging demographics and current trends, the number of people affected by dementia is expected to reach 115 million by 2050. This trend is not only devastating for individuals burdened with the disease, but also families forced to care for their loved ones. Furthermore, the economic impact on society is immense, with the Alzheimer’s Organization predicting Alzheimer’s and other dementias could cost the United States of America almost $1.1 trillion by 2050.
Vita Columbia Clinical Research Inc. is taking the initiative to educate society on the new findings correlating Alzheimer’s disease with diabetes, and the possibility for prevention through lifestyle modifications, such as dietary changes.
A simple method to reduce added sugar consumption, is by substituting table sugar and high fructose corn syrup with vitaSWEET in cooking, baking, and beverages. vitaSWEET tastes like sugar, but is 0 on the glycemic index, meaning that it has no effect on blood glucose levels.
vitaSWEET is formulated with two simple ingredients: monk fruit and erythritol. Monk fruit or luo han guo is native to southern China and northern Thailand, and has almost 300 times natural sweetness than that of sugar. It has been used for centuries in traditional Chinese medicine as a cold and digestive aid, and was first mentioned in the records of 14th century Chinese monks. Erythritol is a naturally occurring sugar alcohol derived from fruits and plants. Vita Columbia’s unique blend of both monk fruit and erythritol is as sweet as sugar and can be used as a 1-to-1 replacement in recipes.
Type-3 Diabetes as Alzheimer’s Disease: Hyperinsulinemia as a mechanism in Alzheimer’s Pathology
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An Alzheimer’s Treatment Fails: ‘We Don’t Have Anything Now’
The New York Times
New link found between diabetes, Alzheimer’s disease
vitaSWEET – an ancient alternative as sweet as sugar, but without the metabolic consequences
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United States Sugar Consumption, 1822-2016
“In addition to diabetes, recent literature has correlated elevated blood glucose levels and insulin resistance with a wide array of health problems, including obesity, metabolic syndrome, hypertension, dyslpidemia, and hepatic steatosis.”
World Sugar Consumption 1960 – 2006
Sales of sugary drinks by country