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Diabetes, What to do about it

By MarkusLee  |  Posted: December 18, 2012

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Diabetes? What to do about it is a very

important question and how you deal with this question

can be the different between living

without the illness or not. Type diabetics in South Wales have a very

serious problem on their hands, this is a deadly illness that take

much of the body. The reason for this is because of how high blood

sugar effects cells. If you have Diabetes, what to do about is a

question that should start you on the road to reversing the illness.

NHS says South Wales as a high blood

sugar crisis

High blood sugar is basically a poison

to the cells of your body, the longer you allow high blood sugar to

sit in the bloodstream the more you risk losing your eyesight, legs

and fingers. Glucose is necessary for the cells of the body but when

levels are allowed to remain high it does horrible things to the

organs. The Glucose becomes a poison to the organs of the body. There

has been an increasing number of diabetic amputations in South Wales

according to the NHS, this is due to the glucose damaging the cells

of the legs or foot. A cut on the foot can lead to diabetic ulcers

and then amputation. What to do about diabetes should start you on

the road to reversing the illness not living with it.

A pro active approach

The best approach with this illness is

to hit it back as hard as possible. Did you know that over 80% of all

high blood sugar cases were the result of lifestyle choices? This

means that as serious and deadly as this illness is you can do

something about it. First thing, start walking each day. Studies show

that walking as little as 10 minutes a days causes the insulin to

improves and the body to dump the excess poison glucose. Do not

become one of the many victims of the illness, you have the ability

to fight back and save your body. Diabetes? What to do? You must hit

it back hard.

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