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by Regina Fancy (2019-11-13)

Having a Poor Diet is another major factor in the development StrictionD Review of Diabetes within the body, since you are not consuming the proper nutrients, and most likely eating foods that contain too much sugar, or eating foods that eventually turn in to sugar, blood sugar metabolism problems then evolve and insulin resistance follows. A Poor Diet consists of foods high in sugar, fat, and carbohydrates. Folks, in the end it all comes down to this. If your diet is not changed for the better, the chances of you getting Diabetes, or if you already have it - never curing yourself of this disease, has just increased dramatically. This is why a diabetic diet is all the more important for providing the body with the right balance of carbohydrates needed.I will be covering more on a Diabetic Diet and Diabetes in future articles, but I will end on this note for now; "LET FOOD BE YOUR MEDICINE, AND MEDICINE YOUR FOOD"-Hippocrates.A scientific finding published in Nature Diabetics has reported on two genetic regions that affect a baby's birth weight... interestingly enough for people with type 2 diabetes, one of these is also linked to the development of diabetes in later life.The scientists claim that this potentially highly significant finding is the first credible evidence to link weight at birth with the potential for type 2 diabetes and provides a valid explanation as to why small babies have a higher risk of diabetes after they have grown to adulthood.Type 2 diabetes or, as many people still refer to it, adult-onset diabetes, develops when your body no longer responds normally to the insulin your body produces. Therefore you develop both high blood sugar levels and high blood insulin levels. Type 2 diabetes is tracking the spread of the western diet, and over 180 million people world-wide have now been affected by this epidemic.