You either obsess over your blood sugar because you have diabetes. Or never give it a second thought because you don’t.
It’s time to change that.
EVERYONE needs to pay closer attention to blood sugar.
And the reason has nothing at all to do with diabetes.
This one is far more urgent. In fact, it could mean the difference between LIFE and DEATH.
Yes, it’s that important, as the latest research reveals a link between blood sugar and a disease that’s far more frightening than diabetes.
It’s one of those conditions where the name alone can give you chills. And that’s especially true if you’ve ever watched someone suffer from it and seen firsthand how quickly it can steal a life.
This DEADLY cancer wipes out up to 93% of its victims
There are two words you NEVER want to hear: pancreatic cancer.
Don’t get me wrong. You never want to hear the c-word in ANY context other than “good news, you don’t have cancer.”
But of all the cancers to have, pancreatic cancer is quite possibly the worst.
There are no warning signs or symptoms in most cases. So by the time it’s found it’s often in the most advanced – and deadliest – stages.
Close to 80 percent of patients who have it are dead within a year. And a staggering 93 percent are gone within five years.
And there’s another reason pancreatic cancer is so deadly. When it comes down to it, docs STILL don’t know who’s most likely to get it.
Sure, there’s the general advice – don’t smoke, watch your weight, yada yada yada. But in many cases, pancreatic cancer seems to strike at random.
High blood sugar could trigger pancreatic cancer
We just don’t know WHY pancreatic cancer forms – and WHY it spreads so rapidly and so quietly – in most cases.
Well, until now.
Because a new study finally reveals what may be the MISSING LINK. And it turns out it’s been hiding in your blood sugar all along.
The more it climbs, the bigger your risk of this devastating disease.
And that’s true whether you have…
- no diabetes at all
That was a HUMAN study. But a second new study on mice shows why: As insulin levels climbed in the critters – often in response to surging blood sugar – the more likely pancreatic cancer tumors were to form in the mice.
Don’t be like these mice.
Be mindful of your blood sugar whether you have diabetes or not. You can easily check it at home with an affordable meter. Or ask your doctor to take it whenever you are in for a visit.
The easiest way to keep your blood sugar in check is to avoid processed foods and minimize sugars and simple carbs in your diet.
And if your levels are starting to creep up, or if you have diabetes and need more help keeping it under control, ask your doctor about natural therapies including chromium and cinnamon.
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