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Imagine having diabetes and not even being aware of it.  Believe it or not, the CDC estimates that is exactly the case for roughly 7 million people in the United States.  Most often, people suffering from diabetes, especially type-2 diabetes will experience symptoms associated with the disease, including:

  • Extreme thirst

  • Urinating frequently (more than usual)

  • Being very hungry

  • Unexpected weight loss

  • Feeling very tired

  • Being moody and irritable

  • Having blurry vision

  • Dry, itchy skin

  • Numbness or tingling in your feet

  • Cuts not healing

Diabetes has reached epidemic proportions in the United States and around the world.  Currently, the Center for Disease Control estimates that roughly 2 million people are diagnosed with diabetes each year; this is in addition to the nearly 20 million who already suffer from the disease.

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There are several steps you can take to reduce, or even eliminate, the harmful effects associated with high blood sugar and diabetes.  Some of these steps include eating a diet low in sugar and high fructose corn syrup, eliminating processed foods from the diet, increasing the amount of fruits, vegetables and whole grains, and exercising on a regular basis.

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