kidney disease

High Blood Sugar Levels Can Cause Kidney Disease

Diabetes can wreak havoc on your body, especially over a long period of time. Along with increasing your risk of heart disease and some types of cancer, high blood glucose levels can cause kidney disease. The American Heart Association explains “Kidney disease means the kidneys can’t filter blood and make urine like they should.” Over
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Feeling Loss

Loss Of Feeling in Hands or Feet?

While we know that Diabetes puts you at risk for cancer and heart disease, it can also cause diabetic neuropathy. According to the Mayo Clinic, “Diabetic neuropathy is a type of nerve damage that can occur if you have diabetes. High blood sugar (glucose) can injure nerves throughout your body.” Those injured nerves can cause loss of
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Diabetes Increases Risk for Alzheimer’s

Having diabetes can put you at risk for cancer, stroke and other diseases. Current research shows that diabetes increases risk for Alzheimer’s disease and other types of dementia. The Mayo Clinic States that “studies suggest people with diabetes, especially type 2 diabetes, are at higher risk of eventually developing Alzheimer’s dementia or other dementias.” We know
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Diabetes Serves As Risk Factor for Stroke

The CDC claims that stroke is the fifth leading cause for death in the United States. However, the seventh leading cause of death, diabetes, is also a risk factor for stroke. NPR reports that doctors warn that having “diabetes increase[s the] chances of having a potentially fatal stroke.” This means that those who have diabetes
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Diabetes and Cancer

Diabetes and Cancer: The Link Between the Two Diseases

In the last decade, researchers have proven that there is a strong link between diabetes and cancer. A study published in Diabetes Care states that “evidence suggests that people with diabetes are at significantly higher risk for many forms of cancer.” This means that the 30 million Americans who have diabetes are more likely to develop cancer
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Take control of diabetes

Can You Reverse Diabetes?

Have you recently been told you have diabetes or are pre-diabetic. Are you wanting to get rid of or reduce your diabetic medications? There are natural solutions that can help you reduce or eliminate your medications. Through being engaged in specific lifestyle changes, not fad diets, you can gain control and eliminate your medications. What
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Diabetes Is On The Rise By 90%

Diabetes is one of the nation’s most wide spread diseases. In 2015, it was the seventh leading cause of death in the United States. Sarah Roberson from Complete Care Centers says that “projections are astronomical in terms of where [the disease] is now and where it is going.” In fact, the Center for Disease Control
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