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"reignafancy" (2020-02-17)

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Why is type 2 diabetes becoming more StrictionBP Review and more common? The simple answer is: modern life requires much less physical activity than at any other period in recorded history. just reading a book about diabetes for example, once might have entailed thumbing through drawers of index cards to locate a book, and then walking through a library and reaching up to pick the book off the shelf. Now books about diabetes can be downloaded to an iPod or a Kindle eating a french fry required buying a potato, peeling it, soaking it in salt water, drying it out, and then standing over the stove for half an hour, carefully fishing out the fries as they cooked. Now it is possible to pop frozen fries in the microwave riding a bus or walking to work used to be the norm. Now most people drive to work in their own cars Less and less physical activity is required in daily life, but food contains more and more calories. The protective effects of exercise are no longer part of the picture for tens of millions of people who are learning they have type 2 diabetes.There is no good denying that type 2 diabetes is an epidemic: there are currently 246 million diabetics in the world, and 90% of them have diabetes type 2. The good news is that with the right diet, nutritional supplements and lifestyle changes, you can actually reverse it!Would you like more information about alternative ways to handle your type 2 diabetes?To download your free copy of my E-Book, click here now: Answers to Your Questions..its based on questions many diabetics have asked me over recent months.

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