Type II diabetes is considered a preventable disease, and yet the incidence of what is also known as adult-type diabetes is growing, even among children. This section will provide useful information about the relationship of diabetes, diet, and lifestyle changes that can be made to prevent the disease, manage and cope with it. While the focus is on type II diabetes, approaches for preventing and managing type I diabetes and gestational diabetes are also provided.
Type II Diabetes has become one of the fastest-growing health concerns of modern society - and amazingly, it was nearly non-existent just a century ago. Several studies of primitive cultures have clearly shown that diet and exercise are two of the most important components in preventing the disease.
High blood sugar leads to Diabetes; low blood sugar can also lead to Diabetes. Balancing blood sugar with proper diet, supplements, and exercise can be done, as will be described below.
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