Friday, June 3, 2022

Diabetes And The Long Term Dangers : Can The Onset Of Diabetes Be Prevented?

Diabetes And The Long Term Dangers : Can The Onset Of Diabetes Be Prevented?

People with the above risk factors can go a long way toward preventing the development of full-blown diabetes by making significant lifestyle change. What are lifestyle changes? Changing unhealthy diets to more blood sugar friendly ones, doing enough exercise to help offset increased blood sugar levels and keep the body healthy and losing weight especially if considered obese by the medical community.

If you are pre-diabetic you need to stay on a strict diabetic diet. Ask your healthcare professional for a diet that meets that criteria and limit cakes, candy, cookies, and other things made of simple sugars. Eat small, nutritious meals and eat 5 times a day instead of only three.

If you are already diagnosed with full-blown diabetes, you should follow the same diet while under the meticulous care of your healthcare professional. Keep your cholesterol, blood pressure and blood sugar within proper limits and have your eyes checked every year.

Diabetes can contribute to blindness, kidney disease and heart disease. Complications caused nearly 100,000 deaths in 2022. 


👉 Introduction : Diabetes And The Long Term Dangers.
👉 What Are Diabetic Complications?
👉 Are Diabetic Complications A Certainty?
👉 The Different Types Of Diabetes.
👉 The Risk Factors Surrounding Diabetes.
👉 What Tests Help Diagnose Diabetes Cases?
👉 Can The Onset Of Diabetes Be Prevented?
👉 What Can The Diabetic Look Forward To?

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