Dr Iyad Ksseiry, consultant endocrinologist at The City Hospital in Dubai said that in addition to achieving good glycemic control, it is recommended that reducing cholesterol and controlling hypertension through therapeutic lifestyle changes and medications should be given priority in the management of diabetic patients in the Gulf, who are already significantly at risk for developing diabetes-related cardiovascular disease compared to other populations, He has presented data on the current issues and approaches for diabetes and the associated cardiovascular risks.
What does TLC stand for?
TLC stands for Therapeutic Lifestyle Change
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It is hard to get people to stick to therapeutic lifestyle changes," he said, adding that researchers need to address the dysfunction of fat cells, using existing or novel drug therapies to block the production of damaging biomarkers.
therapeutic lifestyle changes and supplements: Randomized primary prevention trial.
Lifestyle changes The researchers also recommended Therapeutic Lifestyle Changes (TLCs), which have three areas of focus: physical activity (which boosts levels of HDL), healthy eating, and weight reduction if necessary.
Of these women, only 10% would have qualified for medical management under the guidelines, and only 18% would have qualified for therapeutic lifestyle changes, but 49% had metabolic syndrome, Dr.