La quinua recientemente ha aumentado su popularidad en todo el mundo, y ya se ha hecho un nombre como uno de los alimentos más nutritivos que puede haber. A comparación de otros granos enteros, la quinua tiene más proteína, antioxidants, minerals and fiber. También está libre de gluten, lo cual hace que sea el alimento perfecto para las personas que son sensibles al gluten.
Experts saylos granos enteros reducen el riesgo de diabetes, enfermedades al corazón y la presión arterial alta. Además de eso, recientemente se ha descubierto que la quinua es una gran fuente de nutrición para las personas que sufren de diabetes, y puede usarse como una manera saludable de mantener los niveles de azúcar en la sangre.
¿Qué es la quinua?
Mientras puede ser un alimento nuevo en los supermercados de tu localidad, la quinua ha sido uno de los alimentos principales en la dieta de las familias en Sudamérica por varios siglos, desde los tiempos remotos de los Incas.
Su origen es en las montañas de los Andes, por lo que puede sobrevivir las condiciones climáticas más duras. La quinua se conoce como un grano entero, ya que los Incas la conocían como “la madre de todos los granos”, pero en realidad es una semilla.
Nowadays, hay 120 variaciones conocidas de esta semilla, pero las más populares son la quinua blanca, roja y negra, por lo que es más probable que veas estas tres variaciones en tu tienda local.
La investigación de los beneficios de la quinua es relativamente nueva a comparación de las investigaciones en otros alimentos, y solo en los últimos 30 años los expertos han empezado a descubrir e investigar los beneficios para la salud que tiene esta semilla.
Mientras aún se necesita obtener más investigación, actualmente se sabe que agregar la quinua a tu dieta puede reducir el riesgo de presión sanguínea elevada y colesterol alto. También se ha demostrado que puede ofrecer muchos beneficios a las personas que sufren diabetes.
¿Cómo la quinua puede impactar en los niveles de azúcar en la sangre?
Una de las claves para llevar una vida saludable con diabetes es manejar y controlar tu dieta. La quinua es una gran elección para las personas que sufren diabetes porque es un grano entero, que es uno de los componentes clave en la dieta saludable para diabéticos, además de las frutas, vegetables, proteína magra y grasas insaturadas.
Los alimentos que tienen alto índice glucémico elevarán tus niveles de azúcar en la sangre y pueden hacer que sea difícil controlarlos. La quinua, however, tiene un índice glucémico bajo, lo cual quiere decir que no provocará que tus niveles de azúcar en la sangre se eleven.
Mientras la mayoría de los granos no tiene los aminoácidos necesarios para formar una proteína, la quinua tiene los suficientes para ser considerada una proteína completa. También es una gran fuente de fibra que no impacta en los niveles de azúcar en la sangre y te ayudará a mantener el peso de tu cuerpo, previniendo así otras condiciones crónicas asociadas a la diabetes.
Maneras fáciles de preparar la quinua
La quinua se prepara en agua y es cocinada de manera similar al arroz. Para prepararla, usa una taza de quinua sin cocinar y dos tazas de agua en una cacerola y ponla a hervir. Una vez que el agua esté hirviendo, reduce la intensidad del fuego y deja que se cocine a fuego lento hasta que la mayor parte del agua haya sido absorbida. En la mayoría de los casos, esto tarda de 15 a 20 minutes.
La quinua también puede ser usada como un aditivo saludable para otro tipo de platos. Al igual que el arroz, puedes agregarla en sopas o guisos para darle al plato un toque extra delicioso y saludable.
Con todos los beneficios que se han descubierto de la quinua, nos preguntamos por qué las personas siguen usando el arroz. Para los diabéticos, es el grano perfecto para una dieta saludable. Incorporando esta pequeña semilla en tu dieta, te ayudará a controlar tus niveles de azúcar en la sangre mientras mantienes un peso saludable que prevenga problemas secundarios causados por la diabetes.
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The health, the pleasure and prestige combine in La Posada del Qenti, Medical Spa Cordoba trendsetting medical treatments aimed at improving the quality of life of people.
La Posada del Qenti ha sido reconocida por quinto año consecutivo con el Certificado de Excelencia 2017 by TripAdvisor, the largest travel portal in the world; He is having also received the same award year 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016. This recognition, based on the opinion and rating from guests who visit the health center, evidenced by the growth of La Posada del Qenti in the areas of Healthy Tourism and Medical Tourism, through the solutions proposed to lose weight, quit, control diabetes, abolish stress, inter.
“With the certificate of excellence, tripadvisor It recognizes businesses in the tourism industry who received, consistently, praise and high ratings from travelers on the site ", said Heather Leisman, vice president of industry marketing advisor. "This recognition helps travelers identify and reserve establishments offering, regularly, excellent service. TripAdvisor is proud to play this integral role in helping travelers feel more confident about their decisions reservation ".
The certificate of excellence takes into account the quality, the quantity and timeliness of the opinions and comments sent TripAdvisor travelers over a period of 12 months. To qualify, a business must maintain an overall rating of at least four out of five bubbles on trip, have a minimum amount of opinions and having the profile trip advisor for at least 12 months.
La Posada del Qenti It has established itself as a leader in the field, amalgamating medical treatments with pleasure and wellness stays. So, It has made people achieve excellent results in their treatments, in a process that also healthy, It is exquisitely pleasurable. La Posada del Qenti is immersed in the Sierras de Cordoba, surrounded by landscape and nature and high class infrastructure.
La Posada del Qenti is a tempting invitation to optimal healthy state of body enjoying, at the same time, the pampering of a team of excellence.
During days 11 and 12 June, illness on the premises of The Brick Hotel Buenos Aires, thumb held the 2nd Argentine Congress of International Medical Tourism, buy organized by the Ministry of Tourism of the Nation through the National Institute of Tourism (INPROTUR), the Argentina Chamber of Medical Tourism (catmi) and the Argentina Chamber of Tourism (CAT). La Posada del Qenti had a prominent institutional space, giving a lecture at specialized travel agency in the country to attract passengers with specific health needs.
During the launch were present: Tourism Minister's Office, Gustavo Santos; Minister of Modernization, Innovation and Technology of the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, Andy Freire and the president of the Argentina Chamber of Tourism, Oscar Ghezzi. Then they gave presentations concerning national and international tourism sectors, marketing and health, addressing issues such as trends, challenges and opportunities of medical tourism, the new role of tourism agencies and the great opportunity that medical tourism to Latin America, inter alia.
As part of these conferences, Eng. Miguel Cane, Director General of La Posada del Qenti and President of defferent, He had the opportunity to develop the current situation at national and Latin American level: “Medical tourism is characterized not be seasonal, that is distributed throughout the year and throughout the country; over 20% of proceeds go to hospitality, recreation, Tourism agencies. It is the segment of tourism that generates as much foreign currency directly, Beside the creation of skilled jobs ". With these words, Miguel Cane, He kicked off the event.
Again La Posada del Qenti reaffirms its pioneer status, reference and leader in the medical tourism sector in Argentina.
Smoking is a chronic disease caused by nicotine addiction, and prolonged exposure to smoke from burning leaves snuff. The latter contains more than 7.000 substances, many of which are toxic and carcinogenic, that affect not only the individual, but also those around.
According to the World Health Organization is the leading cause of preventable death in developed countries. It is estimated that only in Argentina die each year 40.000 people for this cause, and 6000 of them are passive smokers.
How does it affect health?
You can do this in different ways, eg:
Cancers: lung, larynx, pharynx, kidney, liver, bladder, inter alia.
Also, women smoking has serious consequences on the reproductive system.
Why also speaks of “pasive smokers”?
Because snuff smoke affects people nearby, especially it is extremely harmful to young children who can actually cause: Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, recurrent infections, developmental disorders and behavioral.
How can you treat?
First we have to know that very few smokers realize the goal of quitting on their own. Thus, It is highly advisable to consult a health care professional, such as psychologists, pulmonologists or clinicians.
Treatments generally include techniques cognitive behavioral therapy; which can be with or without medication; which is evaluated in each case.
Then… what should we do?
If you have never smoked: Do not start.
In addition to Si. you smoke:
Lower the number of cigarettes per day and psychologically prepared to abandon.
Restart physical activity.
Change your habits, especially those that are linked to her smoking.
Get advice about medical support and ask about our smoking cessation program.
From La Posada del Qenti not only we support these initiatives, but also want to know more about this epidemic. We have a successful Inter-disciplinary program to quit this addiction. And that's a key point to keep in mind. This is not a "vice", a "custom" or a "habit"; cause a real cigarette addiction that must be controlled from its root. At the same medical equipment and pulmonologist involved, working together with the psychologist, Nutritionists, PE teachers, physiotherapists and qualified professionals to carry this out.
Stress is the feeling of tension or fatigue you experience by too much physical or mental pressure. The stress of daily life, combined with the management of diabetes every day, it can affect your mood and emotions so your blood sugar levels can be altered, which in turn can lead to changes in the patterns of your medication. You may feel:
Furious at having diabetes.
Frustrated by having to change your life because of diabetes.
Fearful of not being able to load.
Concerned about the complications of diabetes.
Changes in glucose levels in the blood can also cause stress. A low level of glucose can cause feel irritable or nervous. A high level can make you feel tired or depressed
You can not totally escape the stress in life, but you can learn to handle it, it is often easier to cope with stress if your glucose levels in the blood are controlled. Talking with family, close friends or a diabetes support group about stress in your life can also help. Other ways to manage stress include:
Getting enough sleep.
Eating healthy food.
Exercising regularly or be more active.
Watching movies or listening to music.
Read a book.
Search for a hobby.
Laughter is a great remedy against stress. A good sense of humor will lift your spirits and make stress manageable.
Depression and diabetes
The relationship between diabetes and depression is unclear. However, more people with diabetes suffer from depression than those without diabetes. Depression does not mean feeling blue or depressed from time to time; It means feeling immensely sad or lose interest in almost anything for weeks or months. Other signs of depression include:
Not being able to concentrate.
Eating too much or too little.
If you have any of these signs for more than a few weeks, consult your doctor. If your depression has no physical cause, it may refer to a mental health professional. Depression can often be alleviated with advice, drugs or both.
Diabetes at work
Discuss with your doctor the type of work you do or if you plan to change jobs. It may be necessary to incorporate some changes in your treatment plan for diabetes. Be sure to tell your doctor if:
Work driving or handling dangerous equipment
Working in rotating shifts
It has a stressful job
You should be able to perform almost any job with diabetes. But you may need to change your meal plan if you have a night job or an itinerary that varies. You also may need to adjust the dose of your diabetes medicine and exercise plan according to their use.
Always have a snack at work fast acting carbohydrate in case you have an episode of low blood sugar as this can cause fainting.
Pull. Gabriela Tórtolo, Lic. Sandra Villarreal and physical education equipment.
We can define it as "an intense fatigue and continual; which is not relieved by rest and is not directly caused by other diseases ". The exact causes of CFS are unknown, but theories suggest a viral cause (more specifically the Epstein-Barr virus or human herpes virus 6); or an autoimmune inflammation of the nervous system. However it could not yet be determined, and therefore not discarded also influenced by factors such as stress, Genetic or environmental causes. This syndrome occurs most often in women 30 a 50 years old, but it can affect other sectors of the population. It is a disease that is little known and little understood.
What are your symptoms?
As its name implies, deep and persistent fatigue is the main symptom. And then frequently exaggerates the physical or mental exercise. It could also include other features such as headaches or muscle aches, lack of concentration and memory, irritability or joint pain. Extreme tiredness usually have the following characteristics at the beginning of the pathology, What is it:
Lasts at least 6 months
It is not relieved by rest or prolonged sleep
Severe enough to prevent some activities of daily living
Exams and Tests
Basically controls in this syndrome are based on other possible causes of fatigue, such as anemias, hypothyroidism, farmacodependencias, neurological diseases (as multiple sclerosis), depression and psychiatric diseases and other cardiac pathological conditions, liver or kidney.
After ruling out other causes, we focus on the same symptoms of fatigue.
CFS currently has no cure. So the treatment is based on relieving symptoms. Each patient is usually addressed in a very particular, and as first steps it comes to improving and maintaining quality of life, including healthy eating and exerted gradually and to its posibilidades.Además cognitive behavioral therapies include, sleep management techniques and pharmacological treatments to reduce pain, anxiolytic and / or antidepressant.
The patient is advised to lead an active social life, but avoiding physical activity exaggerate, control balance between activity and rest sleep; and a balanced distribution of occupations weekly. It has also seen good results in some patients biofeedback techniques, hypnosis, meditation or Yoga
Since the causes, prospects and forecasts of this disease are still unclear, it is suggested not self-medicate with multivitamins and perform medical consultation as soon as possible before any of these symptoms, for early detection of activity.
Currently investigating whether it could also be a way of SFC "atypical", and the existence of more specific markers to achieve earlier diagnosis and more effective. Therefore it is a condition that is in the middle stage of research.
At Posada del Qenti we have a multidisciplinary team that can help in detecting both SFC, as well as the other possible pathologies; always with the intention of improving the health of our patients.