Diabetes is a number of diseases that involve problems with the hormone insulin. Normally, the pancreas (an organ behind the stomach) releases insulin to help your body store and use the sugar and fat from the food you eat. Diabetes can occur when the pancreas produces very little or no insulin, or when the body does not respond appropriately to insulin.
Diabetes has been coined the “silent killer” because the symptoms are so easy to miss. Over 24 million people in America have diabetes, so this is no tiny issue. Kids years ago hardly ever knew another child with diabetes, but such is no longer the case. Approximately 1.25 million children in the United States living with diabetes, which is very telling for state of health in America in 2016 when children are having to endure a medical lifestyle at such a young age.
Sugar is in everything currently, from marinara sauce to yogurts, so gone are the days of assuming sugar is only in cakes and pies! Have your blood sugar tested regularly, and definitely look into the labels of the foods you’re consuming to steer clear of high sugar consumption.
Can diabetes be prevented?
Why are so many people suffering from it now over decades past?
While there will never be anyway to possibly avoid genetic diabetes, there have been cases where dietary changes could perhaps have been made to delay or prevent the ailment from further developing. Doctors report that obesity plays a role, as well as activity levels, and even overall mental health often can be common threads of pre-diabetic patients.
10 common symptoms of diabetes:
Increase Thirst & Urination
Problems with Vision
What can we do to help?
After a review of your history and symptoms we will discuss options. The bottom line is that Diabetes can be devastating to your body and life. Diabetes will complicate other conditions you may be suffering from, such as Heavy metal toxicity. We here at Health+Plus will put together a plan of action for you and assist you in changing your lifestyle to better your outcome.