Diabetes- II or Insulin Resistance
Diabetes 2, in some conditions called insulin resistance and it is a main risk factor for developing diabetes-2, heart disease and kidney diseases. It is possible to reverse insulin resistance through low Carbohydrate diets, exercise and weight loss. Fat cells are very resistant to insulin. Through exercise and weight loss they become sensitive to insulin. Though Diabetes- 2 is multi-factor disease but most of the time more than 70% of diabetics are insulin-resistant. Low Carbohydrate diet not only help reduce Insulin resistance that but low Carbohydrate diet also prevents you from Cholesterol and triglycerides. Stop consuming sugar, drink tea without sugar and milk, reduce refine carbohydrates such as white bread, cake, cookies, candies etc. Eat washed fresh raw vegetables and fruits. Drink 8- 10 glasses clean crystal clear water and walk half an hour daily.
by David Adam Stott
Courtesy: Japan Focus, via Globeistan
Concerned about the sustainability of its oil and gas reserves, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has been taking steps to diversify its economy and reduce its dependence on natural resource exports. The most eye-catching of these changes has been the rapid development of Dubai as a finance, services and travel hub in the last decade. A further plank in this strategy has recently been revealed: UAE plans to embark upon a nuclear power programme. Emphasising transparency and close cooperation with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), it hopes to have the first of its reactors on line by 2017.
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The Awami Tahreek (Peoples Movement of the masses of Sindh) announces 46 days historical Long March 8th Oct to 22 Nov 2009 (from Kandhkot to Karachi) for Autonomy, NFC, Water, Education and Resources and Rights of Sindh and against Corruption, Lawlessness, Terrorism, Unemployment and man-made Inflation. Prior to this mega event the annual central elections of Awami Tahreek, shall be held on 28th September 2009 at Yesrab Hall Qasimabad, Hyderabad, Sindh.
Awami Tahreek Sindh
Original in Sindhi He Shahir
By: Sundri Uttamchandani, Translated by Shri. Param Abhichandani
Published in the ‘Indian Literature’ Vol 187 by Sahitya Akademi
“They have placed her arms on the stone-block. They are breaking her bangles.” Pushu pulled holding the hem of my saree and brought me out. “Mummy! Come out and watch.” I saw and my eyes blurred.
Continue reading Short Story – This City (in Sindhi He Shahir)