30 Days to a Diabetes-Free Life

Despite what You’ve been Told – You CAN Reverse Diabetes Permanently – and You Don’t Need Insulin Shots

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Sunday, May 29, 2011

What You Need to Know About Diabetes

By Hugo E. Cercil

There are certain important facts about diabetes that you should know about. But sadly many people don't know these facts. First things first, people who suffer from diabetes are of two categories all the time. There are those who could have done something about it, and those who couldn't have. Ask yourself: which one are you? The answer to that question should guide how you educate the next generation.

People who suffer from diabetes have their pancreases producing insufficient amounts of insulin. This does not sound like a big deal because you don't know a lot about what this insulin hormone does. I'll make that an assignment; read up on it, and you'll know why no one likes to suffer from diabetes.

There is a lifestyle you have got to live after you have been diagnosed with diabetes. That lifestyle is one of care and caution, something you could have done earlier to keep the disease away. In any case, now you are stuck with it, so you don't get away; you live with it.

Insulin is the primary hormone in your body that helps your cells to absorb glucose for energy. When you don't get enough insulin in your system, you cannot regulate your blood sugar. It becomes dangerous and can cause you illness and death. That illness is diabetes.

I was told time without number as a kid: 'lay off the candies.' I never thought they could be very serious to ask me to miss out on something so sweet. I wish now that I had listened; now I gotta live with diabetes, and I tell you it ain't easy.

Diabetes causes excessive urination in people who suffer from it. In additions, it also results in excessive thirst and a hunger that knows no match. I tell you, this is not a disease that you want to live with. If there are ways to keep it off, you want to learn them and put them into practice. No jokes here.

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