For people with diabetes / hyperglycemia
SIMPL is designed as per Evidence Based Recommendations (EBR) from the world’s top international health agencies: US FDA, European Union WHO/FAO, Indian Council of Medical Research, Canadian FDA, British FDA, South African FDA, American Diabetic Association and American Heart Association(1,2)
How Nutritional Supplementation with Simpl powder can help?
Essen Simplpowder is a unique nutritional supplement formulated to manage the fluctuating glucose le vels of diabetics. It is loaded with recommended doses of essential micronutrients and ideal carb, protein, fat combination to provide the body with easily digestible and absorbable form of nutrients to enhance insulin activity, reduce insulin resistance and improve glucose breakdown and usage.
Simpl powder’s unique formula also triggers biochemical pathways that enable cells to use available glucose for energy production. Along with proper lifestyle intervention, that is diet and exercise,Simpl can help overcome hunger pangs [extreme hunger or hypoglycemic episodes that occur between meals] and reduce the possibility of vitamin and mineral deficiency providing balanced nutrition. Simpl also reduces exhaustion and muscle weakness usually associated with Diabetes.
Simpl powder isa diabetic drink designed as per Evidence based Recommendation [EBR] from the world’s top nine international health agencies USFDA, European Union WHO/FAO, ICMR [ Indian Council of Medical Research] to supplement the nutritional requirements of diabetic adults. It contains no Sucrose but contains Isomaltulose.The combined effect of high quality whey, pea & soy proteinblend ,Fructo-olIgosaccharide with dietary fibre, Canola oil containing plant based Omega-3 fatty acids and antioxidant effect of Vitamin E optimizes glycemic response, controls hunger, promotes heart health and provides immune support.
Simpl powder can also be safely consumed by prediabetics / borderline diabetics and individuals with a strong family history of diabetes to prevent the progression into full-fledged diabetes.
Simpl powder is no substitute for any medical intervention.
1.Global Prevalence of Diabetes Estimates for the year 2000 and projections for 2030 SARAH WILD, MB BCHIR, PHD, GOJKA ROGLIC, MD, ANDERS GREEN, MD, PHD,DR MED SCI, RICHARD SICREE MBBS, MPH, HILARY KING, MD, DSC.( http://www.who.int/diabetes/facts/en/diabcare0504.pdf)
Diabetes mellitus is a serious, chronic disease. It is a situation of wherein there is as increase in the glucose levels in blood. The kidneys have to overwork to dispel this excess glucose through urine. Residual levels of glucose get deposited in the critical organs of the body and thus interfering with their normal functioning. Therefore, diabetes can lead to heart attack, stroke, kidney failure, leg amputation, vision loss and nerve damage. In pregnancy, poorly controlled diabetes increases the risk of fetal death and other complications.
How does the glucose level increase in the blood?
The source of glucose is the food we eat. The body cannot absorb the food as such for its various f unctions. Once the food is consumed it gets digested ,the food first gets converted as glucose to be absorbed. However, this glucose can be utilized by cells for energy production for various body functions only with the help of a hormone. This hormone is called insulin. The pancreas gland inside the body produces insulin. But what happens if the pancreas cannot produce enough insulin? Or if the body cannot effectively use the insulin that the pancreas produces? Then the glucose levels increase in the blood. This is di5abetes. Diabetes means nothing but overall risk of dying prematurely!
A study published in Epidemiology/Health Services/Psychosocial Research shows that the total number of people with diabetes is projected to rise from 171 million in 2000 to 366 million by 2030. And the greatest increase will be in India. Major risk factors for diabetes are family history, unhealthy food habits, lack of physical activity, viral infections, age, diabetes during pregnancy, polycystic ovarian disease, high blood pressure, high cholesterol etc. The main symptoms of diabetes is excessive thirst, hunger, urination, poor wound healing, unexplained weight loss, extreme exhaustion, irritability, blurred vision, frequent infections etc.
How can we live for long even with diabetes? For this, we need to manage diabetes by reducing the risk factors. Addressing unhealthy food habits is the key to diabetes management. However, diabetics frequently encounter nutritional deficiencies, often initiated by changes in diet or medications.
There are two types of diabetes. Type 1 is insulin dependent. That means, the patient is dependent on insulin from outside. The pancreas does not produce enough insulin. This is due to damage to pancreatic cells caused by immune cells.
Though the persons with Type 1 diabetes requires insulin supplied from outside, dietary and nutritional intervention, physical activity etc. improves the action of external insulin. Type 2 diabetes is not insulin dependent. Here, insulin deficiency develops often due to damage to or disabling of B cells. [ B cells are present in pancreas and are responsible for insulin production]. Such patients may benefit from taking medicines. However, in extreme cases, they also may need insulin support. In addition to the intake of medicines diabetes can be treated with proper diet, nutritional supplementationphysical activity etc.
Usually patients with diabetes or prediabetes experience extreme exhaustion and muscle laxity. This could be due to protein loss. If glucose cannot be utilized by cells due to lack of insulin, cells do not get enough energy. Hence fatigue sets in.
Moreover when glucose is not available for energy production, alternate metabolic pathways set in to compensate for the relative deficiency of glucose in cells. Protein can be used as an energy source. Hence one feels