Pre-Diabetes – Millions of people are undiagnosed! The Glycemic Index approach to reducing the risk.

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This article from Sally is a definite must read for all of us – I’ve certainly learned how sick what you eat can make your body without you knowing about it until you end up with a serious health emergency.

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According to the World Health Authority it is estimated that there are 350 million people worldwide with diabetes. In the US around 30 million and the UK approximately 3.2 million have been diagnosed. Unfortunately it is the many millions who are undiagnosed that are at the greatest risk

You do not need to have full-blown diabetes to be suffering from some of the symptoms associated with the disease. There is a condition called pre-diabetes that can be managed with diet and exercise and does not have to lead to the development of type 2 diabetes in the future.

It is also called impaired glucose intolerance and in my experience very closely connected with lifestyle and diet and a possible overgrowth of Candida Albicans. Being overweight, not doing enough exercise and elevated LDL cholesterol levels are also part of the equation. LDL (low density lipoprotein) has smaller particles than the HDL…

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One thought on “Pre-Diabetes – Millions of people are undiagnosed! The Glycemic Index approach to reducing the risk.

    Karen Ingalls said:
    July 29, 2014 at 1:24 pm

    A wonderful article with much needed information. Thank you for posting this.

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