Diabetes is one of the leading ‘chronic’ diseases responsible for premature (non-age-related) deaths in our industrialized society. While conventional medicine could not solve this problem yet, recent international scientific evidence suggests that nature may give us some answers. Read on to learn more about.
THE PHILOSOPHY BEHIND
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), 86% of non-age-related premature deaths in the industrialized countries are the consequence of ‘chronic’ (unsolved) health problems. In the U.S. alone, more than 60% of U.S. adults are affected with at least one, and 40% with 2 or more chronic diseases, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
With diabetes 2 being in the upper range of the statistics. Based on the fact that, according to CDC statistics, 10% of U.S. adults are suffering from this debilitating disease. In many cases as the cause behind of other debilitating health issues such as, inter alia, cancer, circulatory diseases, dementia and bone fractures.
Unfortunately yet, conventional medicine hasn’t found a solution for this vicious cycle yet. With special reference to the fact that world’s most prescribed diabetic drug - according to its producer - not only comes with more than 80 side effects but above all, with no cure. Reinforcing the vicious cycle.
This, however, doesn’t mean that nature doesn’t offer us any solutions for this ‘chronic’ disease at all. Since our globe, the Earth, is a perfect ecologic system, strictly based on natural laws, there may well be natural answers on our planet to escape this fate of vicious cycle.
NUTRITIONAL ADJUSTMENTS – SCIENTIFICALLY VERIFIED
Besides factors such physical activity, sound sleep, high blood pressure management and non-smoking, etc., healthy diet has become increasingly an issue to manage diabetes naturally.
With special reference to our daily nutrition according to, inter alia, following recent international scientific findings.
E.g., research at Kyushu University in Fukuoka, Japan, suggests that green tea may well reduce the risk of developing diabetes at all.
Improving insulin sensitivity and glucose control, as verified also by the Third Military Medical University in Chongqing, People’s Republic of China.
Similar the situation with
hich may lower the risk of diabetes as well, as verified at, inter alia, Southampton University & Southampton General Hospital in Southampton, UK, and the University of Edinburgh in Edinburgh, UK.
More than that, according to the U.S. National Institutes of Health, coffee consumption may even reduce the risk of related mortality.
Leaves us with the question: how much green tea and/or coffee to consume to potentially avoid premature death from diabetes?
To reduce the risk by…
According to scientific findings at Kyushu University in Fukuoka and Hakujyuji Hospital in Kamisu, both Japan.
IN A NUTSHELL
Diabetes is one of the leading ‘chronic’ diseases responsible for premature (non-age-related) deaths in our industrialized society. While conventional medicine could not solve this problem yet, recent international scientific evidence suggests that nature may give us some answers with tea and coffee.
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