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Type 2 diabetes is a progressive condition in the body that involves getting the proper amount of glucose into the cells. When the “sugar” from the food (or liquid) doesn’t get to where it is supposed to be, it produces elevated blood sugar levels in the bloodstream. This can lead to kidney complications, nerve and… Continue reading Choosing Your Type 2 Diabetes Food Lists That Will Help Your Life
Type 2 diabetes is a specific form of diabetes that is caused by a high level of blood sugar, or insulin resistance. Type 2 diabetes is a chronic disease that seriously affects a person’s body to regulate blood sugar, or better known as glucose. Glucose is the “fuel” that feeds the body’s cells. Insulin is… Continue reading What are the Best Treatments for Type 2 Diabetes?
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