In diabetes, high blood sugar creates constant inflammation, a condition that if left unchecked can damage blood vessels, the heart, and other vital organs. Up your Omega 3's, avoid preservatives, Sugar as this is the worst culprit. It causes massive inflammation, depresses your immune system & feeds cancer cells. If you do nothing else, avoiding sugar will help you reduce inflammation greatly. Take B-vitamins, B complex, B12 as most dibetics are low in B vitamins
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High insulin changes excess blood sugar into fat around the belly,and it hard to lose. It is called viseral fat. Insulin makes & keeps you fat. High blood triglycerides (fats), high sugar, high insulin & high blood pressure, and inflammation all star to take a toll on your health and promote heart disease. Obesity is stored fat & you can never lose weight if you continue to eat starch, loads of carbs, sugar and salt.
Eating alot of red meat can cause inflammation in our bodies which can cause abnormal glucose metabolism, and some people crave sugar more after eating red meat. Eat foods high in Omega 3's and low glycemic fruits and veggies to combat sugar cravings and inflammation.
It is a fact nearly every modern disease, everything from autoimmune diseases, heart disease, and cancer to obesity, diabetes, and dementia is caused by inflammation. Dr. Mark Hyman says "dietary factors such as excess sugar, refined carbohydrates, saturated fats and trans fats as causes but adds that just eating too many calories can create inflammation" and "that the most common causes of inflammation are our diet and being sedentary" So get up and move every 20 minutes & do something!
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