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26 May 2009


Everyday the number of people around the world who thinks seriously about diabetes increases. Uncontrolled blood sugar levels can lead to high blood pressure, kidney failure, blindness, heart trouble and stroke. Pre-diabetes means having a blood sugar level that is higher than normal, but not yet persistently high enough to be considered as type 2 diabetes. By taking steps to control blood sugar, even if have pre-diabetes, you can delay or prevent type 2 diabetes from developing. Because if you have pre-diabetes, you are at 5 percent higher risk for developing heart disease and stroke. Check out this guide to know the risk factors for pre-diabetes. Basically, the main menu to prevent diabetes is to lose weight, maintain loss and live a healthier life more especially to 40 – 45 years of age.

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Anonymous said...

like we should be aware of our health's what we eat i guess..


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