Is your busy life style and not so good diet putting you at risk for diabetes, I came across this interesting article, the message needs to get out there and people need to listen. If you drove a Cadillac would you put cheap gas and oil in it. Your body is your is your Cadillac or what ever dream car you have in mind, are you treating it well? Are you feeding it the right kind of gas? If you would put the best in your car why would you not put the best in your body.
In the next quarter century, the number of people with Type 2 Diabetes in the United States will double to 44.1 million from 23.7 million, predict researchers at the University of Chicago. Spending on the disease will almost triple to $336 billion in the same time period.
The numbers have huge implications for overall health care costs and potential reform of the system, and for the population’s quality of life. Individuals with the disease face years of drug treatment, frequent doctor visits, and a host of related, sometimes fatal, ailments.
The vast majority of diagnosed cases undoubtedly is related to the increased obesity rate in the nation. Obesity and inactivity are major causes of the disease.
No matter what decision Congress reaches on health care reform legislation, until more Americans take responsibility for their own health, costs will only go up.
Given the fact our behaviors are so often influenced by our environment, it’s even more essential that individuals make a pointed effort to improve their well-being.
From Vibrant Health Today
O.K. so you are doing what seems to be everything right, eating a proper diet and you exercise as often as you can and you still struggle with blood sugar problems you can treat it naturally without or with assistance of pharmaceuticals by implementing Bios Life C into your daily routine.
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