Diabetes itch and the impact of the dihydroquercetin (taxifolin)

Persons suffering from diabetes often accompanied problems with the skin and its diseases including thrush. The main reason for skin hypersensitivity in the person with diabetes are vascular lesions (diabetic angiopathia), which, in the same way may relate to the larger and smaller vessels. Simply put, we can say that the excess sugar in the blood leads to degenerative changes in capillaries, arterioles, and veins, resulting in impairment of vascular and malnutrition of the skin.

Various forms and stages of onychomycosis feet Source: http://medicinecare1.blogspot.com/p/onychomycosis.html


Diabetes affects yeast and fungal infection caused by fluctuations in blood sugar levels that facilitate the development of micro-organisms. Dihydroquercetin helps in the treatment of ringworm. In 2009 year, in the published work, its purpose was to investigate the impact of dihydroquercetin on intensity of LPO processes (deregulation of lipid peroxidation of lipids) and degree of endogenous intoxication in patients with diabetes during treatment for fungal nail infection by using the medicine Orungal.

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Radioprotective properties of taxifolin

People who have to deal with cancer often touches on the problem of complications after irradiation.
Under the influence of radiation damage is, first and foremost, blood vessels and connective tissue. After irradiation can also experience additional symptoms that may occur at the same time, these include among others. fatigue, general weakness, reduce the natural resistance of the organism, anorexia, depression, changes in activity in the blood (reduction in the number of white blood cells and platelets), skin reactions, redness, hair loss on the scalp irradiated, only in the case of brain tumors, mucosal reactions in the oral cavity, pharynx, larynx, nasal cavities when irradiated tumors of the head and neck, skin reactions, respiratory and heart (late) in the irradiated organ chest, skin reactions and entero-bullous when irradiated with a range of reactions and belly of the rectum, the vagina, the vulva with pelvic irradiated.

In some cases, especially when irradiated is the thorax may cause damage to the heart muscle, especially when applied to high doses of radiation for cancer of the lungs, lymph nodes in the mediastinum, covering the area between the lungs in close to the heart.

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Taxifolin and diabetic retinopathy

Hiperglycaemia and oxidative stress activate a few bad trails, such as the poliol trail, kinases protein C (PKC), final products of advanced glycation of proteins (AGEs) and heksozoamin that which are responsible for the pathological changes in the blood microcirculation and retinal microcirculation and nerve cells and glial.

Oxidative stress in diabetes is the result of high concentrations of glucose and fatty acids. This plays an important role in the pathogenesis of diabetes and its complications. Its pathogenic activity involves, inter alia, on the inhibition of the synthesis of insulin in pancreatic beta cells and inhibition of signal transmission in target cells with an insulinic. This action contributes to the development of insulin resistance and induce changes in the walls of the blood vessels leading to the complications of diabetes.

Complications include damage to the retina, called as diabetic retinopathy. Diabetic retinopathy is formed as a result of damage to the small blood vessels that nourish the retina, leading to a brain hemorrhage in the eyeball. Increasingly scientists carry out research on the effectiveness of the use of antioxidants, which may have a potential impact on metabolic changes in diabetic retinopathy. In view of the good prognostic antioxidant properties dihydroquercetin (taxifolin) it has been decided to carry out control tests in the field of health support blood vessels in diabetics.

1 / first picture shows the normal vision photo Source: Internet
Eye_disease_simulation,_diabetic_retinopathy Source photo: internet

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Does diabetes lead to damage of the blood vessels?

Complications of diabetes are most commonly associated with damaged blood vessels, atherosclerosis, coronary artery disease, damage to the retina of the eye and kidney disease. The disease can last for years before being detected, which is very dangerous, as even a small increase in blood sugar levels can damage the blood vessels and accelerate atherosclerotic processes. Therefore, diabetes should not be underestimated, even if this is the initial stage of development of this disease, because it contributes to the development of atherosclerosis, and this is the most common cause of death. High blood sugar levels helps the formation of atherosclerotic plaques, gradually tapered diameter of the coronary arteries.

widoczne zmiany miażdżycowe aorty
visible atherosclerotic lesions of the aorta Source photo: internet

A change in the metabolism of the heart cells causes an increased need for nutrients with limited blood supply. This is the cause of myocardial ischemia, which can lead to heart attack, heart failure and sudden death of a heart. The risk of heart attack in hospitalised patients with diabetes is very large. Diabetics must therefore pay particular attention to the control of the General State of health and rapid response in the event of distressing symptoms.

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The quality and purity of the taxifolin by orac

Scientists discovered thousands of antioxidants of wihich 500 is well-understood. Many of them can be obtained only under laboratory conditions, others occur widely in nature, mostly in food. In our home market we have a few dozen as vitamin A (retinol), witamin E (tocopherol), vitamin C, rutin, quercetin, hesperidin, naringenin. Until the interest the topic I knew 3 of them. It just shows how low our consciousness is in dealing with the pathogenesis of diseases and the use of antioxidants. In the English-language medical press appear from time to time reports of newly discovered antioxidants and ongoing research into their application. With tracked literature you can also find out about the origins of antioxidants-how to place of origin determines the purity and power of antioxidants. One way to estimate this “power” is the ORAC.
ORAC is the antioxidant capacity of foods; it is determined using the test, the Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity.

ORAC sets out all products of plant origin like fruits, vegetables, herbs and spices and vitamins such as vitamin A, C, E, quercetin and dihydroquercetin in terms of “power” antioxidants.

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Statins or dihydroquercetin – what’s better for lowering cholesterol

Increasingly difficult to persuade patients to change diet or physical activity. The reason for this condition is the rush that accompanies us every day. Doctors Cardiologists wonder whether in these circumstances does not recommend the use of prophylactic statin drugs in the fight against cholesterol (action is based on the block in the liver reductase enzyme hydroksymetyloglutarylo-CoA). In today’s post I will try to explain the similarities and differences of statin drugs and dihydroquercetin-the measure of the use of medical and preventive .In accordance with the recommendations of both the European and American treatment of lipid disorders main objective is the reduction of LDL-cholesterol with statin drugs. This is the standard therapy that reduces the level of cholesterol (and triglycerides) in the blood.

The scale of the problem can provide the quantity of drugs sold. Sales of the drug under the trade name Lipitor in 2006 stood at 12.9 billion dollars, making it the most popular prescription drug in the world. You have to just think about how many of these patients have side effects?

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Dihydroquercetin as a means of preventative

Very often I hear the statement that his grandfather, father, mother sister suffered from this or that. There’s a lot of truth. Through our genes we inherit all the baggage of our ancestors. Often we not even knowing that we are in the risk group.
Group risk does not mean, however, that we will be sick but that we are prone to this disorder. We can only help him to our way of life and conscious choice.
Make individual surveys on our health we can do at home, answering a few questions: who in the family was ill, or suffering from still if this is disorder classified as lifestyle diseases (list below), or died. Useful will also be talk with loved ones, and watch.
If the answer is affirmative then you are probably at group of risk.

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Heart attack-visible as a result of damage to the blood vessels

The reactive oxygen species are considered to be the factor pathogenetic heart dysfunction induced by ischemia and in the development of congestive arrest, what was confirmed in 2000. Ide and partners were making direct measurement of increased generation of radical system in inefficient heart.

It has been shown that to increased generation of free radicals occur during myocardial infarction and in the development of cardiomyopathy. Research of the last decade show that reactive oxygen species can induce arrhythmia and that increased production of reactive oxygen species occurs during cardio-surgical treatments. Free radical reactions seem also to play a key role in recoil after a heart transplant.

One of the key elements affecting the correct functioning of the heart beat are the capillaries (the capillary) which is supplied oxygen and nutrients to the cells.
Suction disorders the bloodstream as a result of failure of oxygen cell suffocated and starves, which leads to the disease and destroy cells. Professor Sylwester Terek, recommended that you provide the body with antioxidants trapping free radicals.

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Cells function of our body depends on a continuous supply of oxygen from the blood. If the blood supply to a tissue would cease, the situation becomes very serious. After a few or a several minutes of cut-off of oxygen supply (depending on the type of tissue) in the tissue are irreversible changes. Many studies of this type was performed on the heart muscle. They showed that few minute cutting off blood supply to the heart muscle causing arrhythmia, which persists spontaneously after a certain time. Longer, few or ten minutes ischemia results in an characteristic set of changes, known as the “stunned heart” or systolic heart disorders of abnormal contractions of the heart, which are not accompanied by myocardial necrosis. These changes will go away after a few-dozen days. Ischemia (part) of the heart muscle lasting longer than several minutes causes it to die off.

Source: http://www.cardio-assoc.com/disease-abnormal.html

Heart arrhythmias can lead to serious and irreversible changes in the body. The use of Dihydroquercetin followed by improvement of microcirculation and contractility of the myocardium, coronary blood flow, and decrease the viscosity of the blood.

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Taxifolin prevents aging?



Sensational article Prof. Eve Terka`s in “over the counter”
In the specialist magazine for partners of the Polish Pharmaceutical Group released – in my opinion – is sensational article of Prof. Eve Terka about taxifolin that affects very positive on the capillaries and thus prevents aging of the body and the development of many diseases.

Read the article here:
The point is that we are composed with cells. To each cell of the body must be delivered oxygen and sugar. It must also “pick up” by-products of metabolism . The transport shall ensure that the capillaries (so small that you can’t see them, we have them in more than 100 thousand km), which are destroyed by oxygen free radicals.
Damaged capillaries are damaged cells. Prof. Terek claims that tests (unfortunately there is no article with bibliography, source) have shown that the most powerful natural antioxidant is taxifolin
(dihydroquercetin, dihydrokwercytyna, taxifolin, taksyfolina).

Taxifolin helps so indirectly on:
• the aging of the organism – prevents
• cleans the vascular system and organizes the circulatory system
• regenerates brain
• restores memory after hemorrhage blood to the brain
• restores the coordination problems of blood to the brain
• cleanses lungs with smoke deposits
• increases the volume of the lungs
• improves well-being smoker
• irregular heartbeat
• cardiac insufficiency
• angina
• reduces blood clotting
• works very well for pain relief
• eliminates the contractions of the blood vessels of the brain,
I invite the persons to click on the link at the top and get acquainted with the full content of this article.
I also invite those who use taxifolin and have/had the abovementioned diseases, to describe their experiences.
I care about the experience first-hand, possibly a description of someone they personally know and are with that person in a relationship such that you can consider this information to be reliable.

Everything you should know about Taxifolin