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10 Guides to Prevent and Fight Diabetes

 Type II diabetes is one of the most widespread diseases in the world. In the US alone, about 10% of people have diabetes, and of those - over 90-95% have type II diabetes. It used to be prevalent only after the age of 45, but these days, it's happening at all ages, including children and teens. There is so much we can do to prevent the onset of this terrible disease, as well as fight it when it does occur. Below you'll find 10 of our best guides for doing just that. Click on any of the titles to read more about the subject.
 

Diabetes is one of the most prevalent new epidemics in the world, and one of the fastest-growing diseases. One of the main reasons for this is the unhealthy lifestyle and habits that are formed by modern living. It is of immense importance that everyone is aware of the signs of type II diabetes because the best way to avoid the disease is to make early detection and engage in actions that will prevent diabetes from developing.

 
When having to deal with managing blood sugar levels, obsessing over everything you can't have may seem like your best option. But while it is certainly important to limit foods like white, refined breads, pasta, and fried fatty foods, paying attention to what you should eat is just as vital.
 
Diabetes is quickly becoming an epidemic of the 21st century. In 2013, it was estimated that over 380 million people around the world have diabetes. Some are born with diabetes (Type I) and some develop it (Type II). This video will give a comprehensive yet easy to understand explanation of what exactly diabetes is, and why it is so dangerous.
 
There are many misleading myths surrounding diabetes. Unfortunately for me, I took some of these myths at face value and believed them to be true. Coming across this article really helped me to separate fact from fiction about the disease which affects millions around the world. Here are 12 diabetes-related myths debunked.
Breakfast is a very important meal of the day. If you're diabetic, it's very important that you do not skip breakfast as your sugar levels might be low after not eating overnight. Furthermore, the right breakfast will provide much-needed energy to begin the day right.
 
There are 21 million people in the world who have been diagnosed with diabetes, but there are still around 8.1 million people who have the disease and don’t know about it (27.8% of people with diabetes are undiagnosed). Symptoms of this disease vary from person to person, but, like with most diseases, the earlier you catch it, the better off you will be.
 

Diabetes is a metabolic disease characterized by a high concentration of glucose in the blood and urine, so it is very important to keep an eye on food intake in order not to worsen the situation and even to improve it. Fortunately, there are many herbs and spices known for their medicinal properties that help, among other things, fight against diabetes, with which tasty and healthy meals can be prepared.

 
Over the last few years, a remarkable number of diabetes treatments, from medication to surgical solutions to high-tech devices, have shown a lot of promise. It’s a bit too soon to declare victory, but these breakthroughs have given those with diabetes something sweet: winning strategies for today and a lot of hope for the future. Below are 8 diabetes treatments that show a lot of promise.
 
Diabetic neuropathy is a condition which causes burning and shooting pain in the hands, legs, feet, and arms, and is something which unfortunately affects around 70% of diabetes sufferers. There are many different ways to treat diabetic neuropathy, and here are some of the most effective ones.
 
Due to the fact that many of us adopt unhealthy lifestyles, including sugar-full diets and lack of physical activity, diabetes is one of the most common diseases in the world and is considered one of the leading causes of death in the U.S. While the secret to eternal youth is still a mystery, the solution seems closer than ever, embodied in a drink that we all consume from time to time: Green tea.
 
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