Guest Post: How To Decrease Your Risk of Type 2 Diabetes In Just A Few Weeks

by lydia on January 7, 2015

Most people alive today are having health effects that have come from a life long imbalance of something we all take for granted. What exactly is it?

Blood sugar.

What does that mean exactly? And why should you care, especially if you are not diabetic.

I’ll tell you…….our blood sugar is one of the two most tightly regulated systems in our body. When it is not in balance, over time it can wreak havoc on one’s health in numerous ways. Over the long term, it can lead to health issues that are not easy to ‘recover‘ from.

Health Issues Related To Blood Sugar Imbalances




What are the benefits of learning how to keep your blood sugar stable on a daily basis for the rest of your life?

Balanced blood sugar will help to manage one’s overall mood. Reduce anxiety, stress, confusion, brain fog and irritability.

Good blood sugar balance is key to overall optimum vitality, every aspect of our health is at risk when we don’t maintain it.

How does one learn to manage their blood sugar?

It’s definitely tough in this day and age but it can be done. To read the rest of this post, head on over to Delicious Obsessions  and get the full scoop!


How To Decrease Your Risk of Type 2 Diabetes In Just A Few Weeks


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1. “Insights Into The Causes, Mechanisms and Correction of Hypoglycemia, Dysinsulinism  and Diabetes” Analytical Research Labs
2. “Nutritional Balancing and Hair Mineral Analysis: A New Science of Energy,” Lawrence Wilson, M.D.




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Marguerite Osmond January 28, 2015 at 7:28 am

Staying active and eating healthy foods is the key to prevent diabetes.

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