7 Warning Signs that you may Have High Blood Sugar



Insulin Resistance and Type 2 Diabetes are Epidemics sweeping the Nation and especially Impacting the Black Community. I need for us as a community to understand when dealing with Insulin Resistance, time is of the essence due to the harsh complications that may result from it.

Since time is so important, the sooner you’re aware that you’re affected the better, because you can take action to reverse it. So in this video, I list out 7 of the most common warning signs that I see in clinical practice that could warn that you have high blood sugar and or be a Diabetic.

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____________________________________________________________According to the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, published in November 2017, fractures are a danger to older men with Type 2 diabetes. Scientists at Duke University and several other research centers in the United States, found older men with Type 2 diabetes have a 22 percent increased risk of any fracture and a 21 percent higher risk of having a hip fracture. It has been known for some years older women with or without Type 2 diabetes have a higher risk of hip fracture, but knowledge of this type of fracture in men with Type 2 diabetes has not been clear.

Type 2 Diabetes – What Is the Root of Your Health Problem?

What would you give to solve your health problems? Sometimes we wish there were something we could exchange for a solution, particularly if an immediate fix were possible. For obvious reasons, this is rarely the case. Nobody can go from being obese to a healthy weight overnight. Even still, a query like “how can I lose 20 pounds in a month” remains a frequently asked question. With that said, there is usually something you can exchange for a solution to a health problem. In most cases, it involves effort and time.

Type 2 Diabetes – Empower Yourself And Change Your Health

If you have recently been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes, you may feel like your head is spinning. The more the doctor tells you, the harder it is to absorb. Chances are your doctor has given you an outline of what you should eat and which foods you need to avoid, has talked to you about setting up appointments to see an endocrinologist, a registered dietitian, a podiatrist, and a diabetes educator, depending on your specific needs. You may be fortunate and not need to take any diabetes medications at this time as research has proven changes in lifestyle – changes that anyone can make – have enormous power to prevent and to help treat Type 2 diabetes.

Stories of Hope: Toddler Reinfused With Own Umbilical Cord Blood in Attempt to Halt Type 1 Diabetes

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Type 2 Diabetes – Can Low Vitamin D Levels During Pregnancy Lead to Diabetes?

In October of 2017, the journal Calcified Tissue International reported on research carried out on the ideal level of vitamin D during pregnancy. Scientists at Fudan University and several other research institutions in China found low vitamin D levels were linked with the risk of developing Gestational (pregnancy-related) diabetes. The researchers measured blood sugar levels of pregnant women at 24 to 28 weeks of pregnancy and screened them for Gestational diabetes.

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