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Beware of the Silent Killer: Diabetes
How to Lower Your Risk & Live Healthy
November is National Diabetes month, and being informed can save your life. The American Diabetes Association estimates that 57 million Americans are at risk for type 2 diabetes- a largely preventable condition, strongly influenced by lifestyle.
And while the other types of diabetes are harder or impossible to control (type 1, pre-diabetes and gestational), there are still steps you can take to improve your quality of life.
Know Your Risk
To determine if you or your relatives are at risk, look at your family history. If diabetes runs in your family, you are at greater risk. Hispanics and African Americans are also considered to be at a higher risk. Depending on your diet and lifestyle, there are a number of factors that can put you at a higher risk. Thankfully, by being proactive about your health, you can reduce the chance of developing diabetes.
Check your cholesterol. If your LDL cholesterol levels are high, you are at greater risk of developing diabetes.
Try Cholesto-Rite™ to help maintain cholesterol levels already within normal range, plus promote complete cardiovascular health.
Keep track of your blood pressure. High blood pressure and diabetes often occur together. The effects caused in the body by one disease have a tendency to make the other more likely to occur.
Try High-Rite™ to help maintain blood pressure already within normal range, plus promote complete cardiovascular health.
Exercise daily. Besides diet, regular exercise is one of the best ways to reduce your risk of diabetes. Aim for 30 minutes of moderate exercise daily. Walking is a great option. Make sure to talk to your doctor before starting any new exercise program.
Try Fatigue Fighter™ to promote healthy energy levels, stamina and vitality.
Take a hard look at your diet. Add more vegetables and fruits to your diet and reduce your intake of processed foods and refined sugars. A healthy diet can keep you on the right track and prevent your chances of developing diabetes.
There is a great deal of evidence to suggest that the use of carefully chosen herbal and homeopathic remedies can help support pancreatic health and maintain healthy insulin levels, along with healthy lifestyle changes.
Try Triple Complex Diabetonic™, a homeopathic remedy that corrects mineral imbalances in the blood and pancreas.
The tissue salts in Diabetonic work together to improve energy levels and overall health by improving pancreatic function. It also maintains blood sugar levels, which will help to lessen cravings for sugary foods.
Try Insulate Plus™, which helps maintain healthy blood sugar levels and promotes pancreatic health.
One of the ingredients in Insulate Plus, Goat’s Rue, has been used since medieval Europe to help support pancreatic health and maintain healthy insulin levels. Studies have also suggested that this herb may help to support the maintenance of balanced glucose in the bloodstream.
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