Diabetes is a serious chronic disease that is harmful to human health. Everyone can suffer from it. Ordinary people are like this. Star celebrities are also like this, so they must have thought about this problem too:
Can I beat diabetes?
Let’s see which star celebrities are fighting diabetes like us!
In 2013, 57-year-old Hollywood star Tom Hanks was losing weight because he got type 2 diabetes.
In the “DavidLetterman Late Night Show” broadcast on Monday, Hanks promoted the new film “Captain Phillips”. The host asked why he lost weight when Hanks exposed himself. He was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes when he was recently treated.
He said: “My doctor said to me, ‘You know your high blood sugar level when you are 36, okay, boy, now you graduate, you have type 2 diabetes.'” Tuesday, Hanks posted on his Twitter to confirm the illness: “Yes, I got type 2 diabetes. Type 1 is very serious! I am type 2, I can control my condition through good habits. I will!”
When he was 36, Hanks was diagnosed with high blood pressure and accompanied by symptoms of hyperglycemia. The potential symptoms of diabetes lasted for 20 years. The doctor once suggested that he lose weight to control the disease. Hanks also vowed to say: “By adjusting the diet, you can control the condition. My doctor said: ‘If you are as heavy as you were in high school, then you must be healthy and not get diabetes. However, Hanks did not accept the doctor’s advice and reduced his weight to the level of high school. He tweeted: “How could I lose weight to high school… At that time I was only 96 pounds (about 43.5KG), it was Little thin!”
The cause of the disease is : Hanks’ weight is always ups and downs.
Body weight is a common cause of diabetes. Hanks mentioned in the program that there have been many ups and downs in his weight with the role of shaping over the years.
In 1992, he played 30 pounds (about 13.6KG) for the baseball coach who starred in the movie “Red Pink Alliance”. In 2000, “The Rest of the Island”, he lost more weight than 50 pounds (about 22.7KG). During the film “TheTer-minal” in 2004, Hanks drank a lot of milk coffee (microblogging) and gained a lot of weight, so he gave up losing weight since then.
Despite diabetes, Tom Hanks was not downcast and didn’t lose sight of it. He is still active in Hollywood studios as before.
However, Hanks is not alone, and many older stars in the entertainment industry have diabetes. The American soul singer Patti Labelle (69 years old), actor Drew Carey (55 years old) and Paula Deen (66 years old) active in the 1970s and 1980s are all type 2 diabetic patients. And younger generations such as Angelina Jolie, Halle Berry, and Jonas Brothers’ Nick are also suffering from diabetes.
Angelina Jolie (gestational diabetes)
Julie suffered from gestational diabetes due to nutritional imbalance during pregnancy and found after diabetes Julie regularly visits dietitians to improve her condition. Pregnant women with this type of diabetes can control their condition by paying more attention to diet and exercise. Most patients will be cured after delivery; however, they may develop type 2 diabetes.
Not just foreign countries, let’s take a look at our famous Chinese people.
Because of the hard work of writing at all times, Liang Yusheng had diabetes in the early 1990s, and heart disease and cancer followed.
Liang Shiqiu (type 2 diabetes)
Shen Dianxia (type 2 diabetes)
Zhu De (type 2 diabetes)
Hua Guofeng Type 2 diabetes)
Deng Yingchao (type 2 diabetes)
Xingyun Master (type 2 diabetes)
This list seems to be outdated. But it really makes us realize that even diabetes can have a perfect life. You can also learn that diabetes won’t stop you from running across the US like A-Gump, nor will it prevent you from rolling over on the film’s WIA like Julie.
Although all the stars I listed are stars, can we average people?
Mary is a 47-year-old type 2 diabetic. She started at 1.65 and weighed 117 kilograms (BMI was 42.97). She took a variety of medications for diabetes, including metformin and glimepiride. (promotes insulin secretion) and pioglitazone (sensitizer).
After six months of changing her diet and exercise, Mary lost 16 kilograms (13% less) and weighed 101 kilograms. Blood sugar levels have also improved miraculously, and there is no need to take sulfonylureas. Although Mary wanted to reduce her weight to 95 kilograms, she found that her weight was always around 100 kilograms. When asked if she had the confidence to lose the dozens of pounds, she said that only 20% of the grasp.
Mary and her doctors discussed her next stage goals. Since her blood sugar was almost normal, she and her doctor discussed whether the sensitizer could be stopped. Mary also agreed to continue to check blood sugar on a regular basis. She knew that to control blood sugar well, she needed to carefully select foods and reduce her body weight more, thus increasing the possibility of stopping the drug. After 8 weeks, her weight dropped to 95 kg. Currently, she has disabled the sensitizer and the blood sugar is well controlled.
The persuasiveness of the cases is not strong?
Let’s take a look at the famous Chinese Daqing Diabetes Research.
This study is a study that combines diabetes prevention with life intervention. In 1986, in order to understand the prevalence of diabetes in China, Professor Pan Xiaoren led researchers to conduct the first large-scale diabetes epidemiological survey in Daqing, and explored diabetes prevention and intervention strategies. This is the famous Daqing Diabetes Research. .
The Daqing experiment was screened throughout Daqing City, strictly selecting the “sugar tolerance” population on the edge of diabetes. A six-year lifestyle intervention was conducted for the participants in the study, and follow-up studies were conducted in four research groups:
Dietary intervention group
Sports intervention group
Diet and exercise comprehensive intervention group
What is the result?
In 1992, Daqing Diabetes Prevention Research achieved the expected results and successfully came to an end. The results of a 6-year lifestyle intervention showed that lifestyle interventions with diet and exercise as the main content reduced the incidence of type 2 diabetes by 51%.
A follow-up study on diabetes prevention in Daqing, China, was followed up for more than 20 years. In the past 20 years, 93% of the group that had only mildly elevated blood glucose (pre-diabetes) did not intervene. Diabetes, and only 80% of the glucose tolerance abnormalities after intervention were changed into diabetes; the intervention group had an average of 3.6 years of diabetes later than the control group.
Of course, the trial did not stop, but continued follow-up, continue Tracking those who have developed diabetes, the results show that the retinopathy intervention group decreased by 47%. The first show that life intervention can effectively reduce microvascular lesions. 17% have died of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases, and another 12% died of other diseases 44% of people have experienced at least one myocardial infarction or stroke. What is worrying is that these people are only 46.6 years old when they participate in clinical trials.
This is another Daqing diabetes research. At the eye of the eye, they reported the impact of lifestyle interventions on macrovascular disease and microvascular disease.
In other words, 6 years of lifestyle and exercise interventions, Those who have developed good habits during the intervention will benefit forever.
Ms. Xu and her sister are 2 years old, and found the abnormal glucose tolerance in the same year. Ms. Xu lived in Daqing, and her sister lived in Beijing, my sister. After receiving medical treatment, Ms. Xu rushed to the Daqing experiment to recruit volunteers, and signed up for it. It happened to be divided into the intervention group, receiving systematic life intervention education and treatment, and quickly controlled the disease. The sister did not use the drug at the same time. Life intervention has continued the original life.
Sisters have developed diabetic eye disease, diabetic peripheral neuropathy, and eventually died of heart disease due to diabetes at the age of 62. My sister has always insisted on the requirements of the Daqing experiment. Lifestyle, 20 years of diabetes and
has not seriously affected her life. Ms. Xu, who is 84 years old, can still take care of herself and move freely.
Star , ordinary people and epidemiological investigations all show a truth
That is, I can beat diabetes!