7 Steps You Can Take To Help Curb The Myriad Complications Of Diabetes

Antinoro, Linda
April 2009
Environmental Nutrition;Apr2009, Vol. 32 Issue 4, p1
The article offers suggestions on how to confront the complications of type 2 diabetes before they occur. It notes on the importance of knowing and reaching the optimal ranges for blood glucose, blood pressure, and blood cholesterol. It mentions on the significance of having a low-glycemic diet. Moreover, it highlights the advantage of losing unwanted pounds.


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