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alexxxr

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November 10, 2011, 10:59 AM

I have a question to CS.

 

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November 10, 2011, 11:06 AM

I started treatment of my osteoartrosis using glucosamine and chondroitine. I know that it may leads me to insulinresistance and my insulin level became higher to date.What should I do to increase cell sensitivity to insulin or reduce insulin? ALA?

 

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November 10, 2011, 11:06 AM

I started treatment of my osteoartrosis using glucosamine and chondroitine. I know that it may leads me to insulinresistance and my insulin level became higher to date.What should I do to increase cell sensitivity to insulin or reduce insulin? ALA?

 

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November 10, 2011, 04:06 PM

alexxxr - Glucosamine and Chrondroitin do not slow down Osteoarthritis, they only provide some relief to some patients.

Approximately 75% of those diagnosed with OA have a blood sugar problem. So yes, improving insulin resistance will help a lot with this condition.

To address blood sugar issues, read the following link on Healthyfixx.com

http://healthyfixx.com/plan/8/reversing-type-2-diabetes-naturally

For quick and basic relief, I would recommend the following:

http://www.iherb.com/Doctor-s-Best-Celadrin-500-mg-90-Capsules/2476?at=hil335

Celery Seed extract (two per day) helps a lot with OA, it also helps with blood sugar.

http://www.iherb.com/Natural-Factors-Celery-Seed-Extract-60-Capsules/2710?at=hil335

http://www.iherb.com/Doctor-s-Best-Meriva-Phytosome-Curcumins-500-mg-60-Veggie-Caps/23084?at=hil335

Note: I have heard that oil pulling helps a little with OA, it’s worth a try. Here’s my article on it, although
the subject is unrelated:

http://healthyfixx.com/52/whiten-teeth-and-freshen-breath-for-next-to-nothing


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November 13, 2011, 10:05 AM

Thanks a lot for your answers but I think I was misunderstood.I have absolutely gorizontal glucose line ,my glucose level is in normal range and DOESNT RISE during glucose test(75 grams).So my glucose is well BUT my insulin is above the normal range WHEN I MEASURE IT DURING GLUCOSE BLOOD TEST.And it happend when I use chondroitin and glucosamine and when Im out of it my insulin level drop to normal range.So glucosamine - high insulin-insulinresistance-hairloss?

 

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December 12, 2011, 10:02 AM

CS what do you think ? Am I insulinresistant?

 

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December 12, 2011, 01:54 PM

Alexxxr,

There may be link to insulin resistance and glucosamine for some people.  I saw several links discussing this.  Here is a page from Mayo Clinic, which is a fairly conservative but reputable place to look up medical things.  The data is conflicting for the average person, but for certain individuals I would say this is a distinct possibility.  It seems like you have direct evidence that it adversely effects you.

http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/glucosamine/NS_patient-glucosamine/DSECTION=safety

This sucks, because I like glucosamine.  Maybe I will just cycle it one month on and one month off.

 

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December 14, 2011, 10:21 AM

Thanks , its really helpful. 3 months ago I got 18 glucosamine injections , now I notice sheddind. When I took glucosamine orally it didnt influence on my hair so much.So it seems that injections decrease insulinsensitivity significantly.

 

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