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Diabetes Bootcamp

Diabetes Bootcamp Introduction

Aventiv Research provides an in depth presentation for controlling diabetes for those who are suffering from diabetes.

  • works with your schedule
  • keeps your weight on track
  • Improves your blood glucose, blood pressure, and cholesterol numbers.

Reading Food Labels – Carbohydrates 101 »

What we will discuss:

  • Reading Food Labels
  • Carbohydrates 101
  • Low carbohydrate recipes
  • Medications

Type 1 diabetes is an auto-immune disease where the body's immune system destroys the insulin-producing beta cells in the pancreas.

Type 2 diabetes is the most common form of diabetes, affecting 85-90% of all people with the disease. This type of diabetes, also known as late-onset diabetes, is characterized by insulin resistance and relative insulin deficiency.

Diabetes Basics:

  • Blood Glucose – The amount of glucose, or sugar, in your body
  • Body Fat – Excess food and glucose is generally stored as body fat
  • Insulin – A hormone that is needed to move glucose from the bloodstream into cells to be used for energy
  • Liver – The liver is the organ that has many jobs including making glucose
  • Pancreas – The pancreas is responsible for the production of insulin and other hormones

What Affects Blood Glucose?

  • Food
  • Insulin
  • Exercise
  • Stress
  • Illness

Diabetes Clinical Trials

At Aventiv Research we are performing diabetes clinical trials which could lead to a treatment of diabetes. If you would like to participate in an excellent opportunity to become a part of this discovery and have access to the medication before it even hits the market, learn how you can participate in a diabetes clinical study.

Diabetes Resources:

We are always looking for ways provide diabetes information to those who need it most. Bellow you will find diabetes resources to help you answer some of the question you may have about diabetes.

Volunteer for a Clinical Trial