Diabetes, Puts One At Risk

Diabetes rates have been skyrocketing in the southern United States according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The states are Oklahoma, Georgia, Alabama, and Appalachian States such as West Virginia.

There are higher rates of breast cancer among Type II diabetics. CBS recently had a report on about elevated blood glucose and insulin on cancer incidence and its progression.

What’s the solution? Shed pounds and monitor your blood sugar level. I know that is easier said than done.

High glucose levels, high normal and even normal glucose levels can put a person at risk for diabetes, Type II, dementia, stomach cancer, death from strokes, breast cancer heart attacks, coronary problems.

I have read that green tea extract can help maintain healthy insulin sensitivity.  Green tea is probably preferable. There many other ways to eat healthy, be healthy, and stay healthy.

High normal blood sugar harms the brain and causes brain shrinkage according to studies. This is in pre-diabetic people.