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Reduce Your Diabetes Risk

You can't ignore it anymore. When your blood sugar spikes, it's time to act. And that's true even If you don't have diabetes yet. Because quick action today could help ensure you never develop this disease tomorrow. And new studies confirms one ridiculously easy and effective step you can take right now. It's safe. It's cheap. It's entirely natural. Best of all, with fall just around the corner, it's already one of your seasonal favorites. Exercise and healthy diet. Let’s confirms something you have been hearing about for years. And that is cinnamon a superstar when it comes to reigning in blood sugar. In fact, according to experts researchers, this delicious spice could be a key player in controlling blood sugar in prediabetes. It could even help stop the condition from progressing into the full-blown version of the disease. You just need to make sure you get the right stuff. And I can help you do just that. Look good, healthy, younger and fitter.

Transform your blood sugar and dodge diabetes, people with blood sugar levels right in the middle of the prediabetes range, exercise a healthy diet and cinnamon for 12 week could help make sure you're not on the list. It's as if the regular exercises adding cinnamon put the freeze on prediabetes, helping to hold the line on blood sugar. But don't be fooled. You won't get this effect from coffee cakes or pumpkin pies. You'll need a supplement. For the most blood-sugar battling bang for your buck, look for a water-based extract. And as I shared earlier this week, it's not enough to simply hold the line when it comes to prediabetes. You need to reverse it because it can raise the risk of serious heart problems and death even if it never advances to full-diabetes. One big step in the right direction is a diet with zero processed foods, which can help you lose weight, and bring blood sugar down, even more, to get you out of the danger zone. 30’ a day of physical activities. Just easy walk 3-5 times a week is all you need.

Put prediabetes in its place with regular exercises and cinnamon. Many people loves smart workouts and the warm bite of cinnamon, right? But what it does for your recipes especially those fall favourites is nothing compared to what it can do for your body. Because supplementing with cinnamon could help your system fight off disease-linked inflammation, oxidation, and more. Of course, it's been known for years to insiders as a "natural secret" for blood sugar control. But it may not be a secret for much longer. lets the dog out of the house in a big way. Scientifically proven cinnamon can help cut fasting plasma glucose levels and how it works best in the those who need its help the most. And that, of course, is people with prediabetes.

How to determine if you're Pre-Diabetes? Prediabetes is supposed to be a warning sign, not a risk. It's when your sugar levels are higher than normal but not quite high enough to be classified as diabetes yet. If your doctor has given you a test to measure your blood sugar, take a look at the results and compare them to these numbers to find out where you stand. On the glycated hemoglobin (HbA1c) test: Below 5.7% is normal. From 5.7-6.4% is prediabetes. 6.5% or more on two tests is type 2 diabetes. And with fasting blood glucose: Below 100 mg/dL is normal. 100 to 125 mg/dL is prediabetes. 126 mg/dL or more is type 2 diabetes. Now some doctors will warn you to get your act together the moment you hit the "prediabetes" range. But many won't say a word until you reach the upper ends of those ranges until you're almost at diabetes. And new studies reveals how that could be a deadly mistake. Because anywhere in that "prediabetes" range means you're already facing serious risks. Keep your regular exercises, and your healthy diet reduce the risk of diabetes.

All the risks of diabetes without the disease! Your blood sugar is still "in the zone" on paper. And your Dr hasn't dropped the "D" word on you (yet). But don't rest too easy, my amigos. Because while you don't have diabetes, you may not be in the clear. There's a common condition shared by million of people’s. And it could leave you facing some of the biggest diabetes risks, including heart disease and early death, without having been diagnosed with the disease. Yet most people not only don't know they have it, but they've also never even heard of the condition. We’re talking about Pre-Diabetes. And new studies finds prediabetes is far from a harmless step on the way to diabetes. It's a real and dangerous condition with risks of its own. And now. I'm going to reveal precisely how to tell if you have prediabetes. And I'll give you the tools you need to turn it around if you do. Regular exercises a healthy diet and special supplements. 

Reverse prediabetes and reduce your risks. If you've had any kind of heart trouble already, prediabetes will increase your risk of heart disease by 40% And your risk of death skyrockets over three years. But you could be at risk even if you've never had a problem with your ticker. In people with no history of heart troubles at all, prediabetes can increase the risk of heart disease by 15 20% and death from all causes by 15% over a decade. Those are your risks. But they're not your destiny. And now it's time to get busy reversing them. You already know the basics. Start by quitting super processed foods, ditching junk sugar and carbs, and getting back to a natural diet. Concentrate on generous helpings of fresh fruits and veggies, highlighted with some delicious organic or grass-fed proteins. Eating this way, and regular exercises you'll naturally start to lose any extra pounds you've been carrying around. This can help reset your blood sugar. Eat more fiber, which has been shown to improve blood sugar control and reduce body weight. Good choices include lentils, navy beans, black beans, kidney beans, and chickpeas. And consider adding a curcumin supplement to your routine; curcumin may help stop prediabetes in its tracks, keeping it from turning into the full-blown disease. But there's another way to get quick and easy help, and I'll have more on that coming up later this week. Keep an eye on your blood sugar level and never forget your regualr exercises.