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This manual is based on the knowledge and decades of experience of a medical centre of state-of-the-art healing, the globally renowned Bircher-Benner-Klinik, now called the Centre for Scientific Natural Medicine Bircher-Benner. This manual is a great help for patients in that it supports their active contribution to the healing and prevention of disease. It gives patients insight into the scientific basis and causes of their disease, and provides valuable instruction for dietetics, care and physical applications. The manual explains dietetics in a gradual manner-ready for simple, practical…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This manual is based on the knowledge and decades of experience of a medical centre of state-of-the-art healing, the globally renowned Bircher-Benner-Klinik, now called the Centre for Scientific Natural Medicine Bircher-Benner. This manual is a great help for patients in that it supports their active contribution to the healing and prevention of disease. It gives patients insight into the scientific basis and causes of their disease, and provides valuable instruction for dietetics, care and physical applications. The manual explains dietetics in a gradual manner-ready for simple, practical applications-and provides tasty, diverse, tried-and-tested diet recipes from the Bircher-Benner-Klinik. For the doctor, this book is a great time saver and valuable aid in guiding patients.

Dr. med. Andres Bircher grandson of Dr.med. Maximilian Bircher-Benner.

Medical studies in Zürich and Geneva, ten years practice as a hospital physician in anaesthesiology, intensive care, emergency medicine, surgery, paediatrics, psychosomatics, haematology, geriatrics, psychiatry and psychotherapy, medical specialist(Facharzt) in an administrative position at Zürich university hospitals, teaching analysis with Brian Kenny, chief physician (Chefarzt) of a hospital for internal medicine in Zurich and later in Western Switzerland, medical specialist (Facharzt) in TCM and acupuncturist in Vienna; studies of neural therapy, manual therapy and traditional homeopathy, successful completion of medical specialist (Facharzt) training in balneology, climatology and physical medicine in Germany, scientific work on food energies, dietetics and the effects of regulatory medicine.

Dr. med. Andres Bircher is the medical manager of the Centre for Scientific Natural Medicine Bircher-Benner.
  • Produktdetails
  • Bircher-Benner Manual 7
  • Verlag: Edition Bircher-Benner
  • 16th fully revised edition
  • Seitenzahl: 156
  • Erscheinungstermin: 15. Februar 2020
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 211mm x 153mm x 17mm
  • Gewicht: 316g
  • ISBN-13: 9783906089225
  • ISBN-10: 3906089223
  • Artikelnr.: 58607608
Autorenporträt
Bircher, Andres Dr.Med.
Dr. med. Andres Bircher grandson of Dr.med. Maximilian Bircher-Benner. Medical studies in Zürich and Geneva, ten years practice as a hospital physician in anaesthesiology, intensive care, emergency medicine, surgery, paediatrics, psychosomatics, haematology, geriatrics, psychiatry and psychotherapy, medical specialist(Facharzt) in an administrative position at Zürich university hospitals, teaching analysis with Brian Kenny, chief physician (Chefarzt) of a hospital for internal medicine in Zurich and later in Western Switzerland, medical specialist (Facharzt) in TCM and acupuncturist in Vienna; studies of neural therapy, manual therapy and traditional homeopathy, successful completion of medical specialist (Facharzt) training in balneology, climatology and physical medicine in Germany, scientific work on food energies, dietetics and the effects of regulatory medicine. Dr. med. Andres Bircher is the medical manager of the Centre for Scientific Natural Medicine Bircher-Benner.
Inhaltsangabe
Preface 7
The nature of diabetes (diabetes mellitus) 9
The warning signs for diabetes mellitus 9
The blood glucose level 9
The standard value of the blood glucose level 10
Measuring the blood glucose level 11
The glucose tolerance test (oGTT) 11
Regulation of the blood glucose level 12
Correction of an excessive glucose level in the blood 13
Glucose utilisation in the mitochondria of the cells 13
Correction of insufficient blood sugar levels 14
The effect of stress on the blood glucose level 14
Sugar excretion in urine 14
Excretion of ketone bodies in the urine 15
Different types of diabetes mellitus 16
Type 1 diabetes mellitus 17
The causes of type 1 diabetes 17
The processes in type 1 diabetes 19
The clinical symptoms of type 1 diabetes 19
Type 2 diabetes mellitus 21
Generally accepted partial causes of type 2 diabetes 21
Genetic risk factors for type 2 diabetes 21
Other partial causes due to lifestyle 22
Illness, wound healing, physical stress and lack of movement 22
Sugar metabolism and arteriosclerosis 22
Glycaemic index and glycaemic charge 24
The Glycaemic Index (GI) 24
The glycaemic load (GL) 24
Secondary diseases of diabetes mellitus 25
The physical damage from sugar 25
Exogenous glycation 25
Endogenous glycation 26
Endothelial dysfunction and arteriosclerosis 27
Late consequences of diabetes mellitus in the cardiovascular system 29
High blood pressure and diabetes 29
Diabetes and arteriosclerosis 29
Diabetic foot syndrome 29
Oxidative stress at the centre of the causes of neurodegenerative diseases and dementia 31
Diabetic polyneuropathy 33
Diabetic retinopathy 34
Diabetic maculopathy 35
Conventional treatment of retinopathy 35
Surgical treatment of diabetic retinopathy 35
Diabetic nephropathy 36
Generally accepted risk factors for diabetic nephropathy 37
The stages of diabetic nephropathy (according to Mogensen) 37
Gestational diabetes 39
The following risk factors are generally recognised 39
Pregnancy with diabetic nephropathy 40
Medical treatment of diabetes mellitus 41
Insulin therapy 41
Types of insulin 41
Methods of insulin injection 43
Forms of insulin therapy 43
Therapy protocol 44
Insulin therapy at shift work or irregular daily rhythm 44
Inexplicable blood sugar fluctuations 45
Insulin therapy for type 2 diabetes 45
Basal supported oral therapy (BOT) 45
Treatment with the insulin pump 45
The basis-bolus principle 46
The insulin pump with hybrid closed loop system 46
Adjusting the insulin pump 46
Sensor-supported pump therapy (SuP) 47
Treatment of Diabetes type 1 and generally accepted treatment targets 48
Treatment of type 2 diabetes 49
Quitting smoking as part of the basic treatment for diabetes mellitus 49
Diabetes and alcohol 50
Coffee and diabetes mellitus 50
Treatment of type 2 diabetes according to the guidelines of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Diabetes 52
Tables for ideal weight 54
The ideal weight of adult men 54
The ideal weight of adult women 55
The problem of food energy 56
Diabetes medicines (antidiabetics), effect and side effects 57
Non-insulinotropic antidiabetics 57
Insulinotropic antidiabetics 58
On insulin therapy in type 2 diabetes 58
Hypoglycaemia 58
Treatment of hypoglycaemia 59
Order therapy for diabetes mellitus 60
Two kinds of food energy 60
The basic regulation system of the soft connective tissue 61
The meaning of food economy 61
The integral law of nutrition 63
Vibrancy of food 63
Secondary plant substances (phytochemicals) with an antidiabetic effect 63
The mineral metabolism in diabetes mellitus 64
Medicinal herbs for treating diabetes 64
The meaning of movement 65
General directives for order therapy for diabetes 66
Regarding the diet 66
Quantity of food 68
Principles of the Bircher-Benner diet and orde