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Gluco Neuro Blood Sugar Regulator

by gold stone (2019-05-04)

Full-blown diabetes, either Gluco Neuro Blood Sugar Regulator Review type 1 or type 2, may require a lifelong vigilance into what you eat on a daily basis. So it certainly makes good sense that since we haven't reached the chronic stage yet, something can be done to arrest the progression.It may not be all your fault. Heredity often plays a factor in this life and death game. But there are factors that you have control over.Type 1 diabetes is also known as children's diabetes and it is caused by the pancreas failing to deliver the insulin needed to convert blood sugar to blood glucose, which the muscle and body tissue cells need for energy. This chronic condition will require a constant regime of insulin injections.Type 2 diabetes affects people over age 20. It occurs when the pancreas slows down its insulin production or the body cells refuse to take it. It is particularly a problem in our aging population.The American Diabetes Association states that nearly 19% of the U.S. population is so afflicted. That's 23 million people. Those with pre-diabetes account for about 5.7 million and undiagnosed cases are also around 5.7 million.If not properly treated, any form of diabetes can maim or kill. A family friend, a longtime Type 2 sufferer has had one leg amputated and may soon have the other one cut off.Another friend was diagnosed some years ago but failed to take it seriously. He overindulged in sugar-loaded soft drinks and a preponderance of junk food. He had a passion for buffalo-style chicken wings heavily coated with sugar-rich barbeque sauce. I gave the eulogy at his funeral.My wife was diagnosed with pre-diabetes but life was a high priority for this gal. She was two tenths of a point from being a chronic sufferer. She created her own diet, very low carbohydrates, and in three months time her blood sugar read 6.0. Chronic is 7.0. And on top of this, she went from a size 18 to a size 8.Consider it a blessing that you were diagnosed before this deadly disease reaches the chronic stage. Now it is time to act. Quit putting it off and get to work. Here's what you MUST DO!Have you been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes? Well, gather around, here is the latest and greatest in technology for managing your type 2 diabetes and to help in the lowering of your blood sugar levels. But is this where you really want to go?In March 2010 the FDA, the United States Food and Drug Administration, gave approval to a combination of an electronic glucose sensor and an implanted insulin pump for continuous treatment of "difficult" non-insulin dependent diabetes also known as type 2 diabetes.