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9 Scary Facts That You Should Know About Diabetes (Even If You Don’t Have It)

Diabetes is a disease that affects nearly 10% of the U.S. population, and yet it’s a disease that so few people understand. Here are a few important facts you need to know about diabetes. Insulin is the hormone that regulates blood sugar. When you eat food, your body turns carbs and fats into blood sugar.

>> 9 Scary Facts That You Should Know About Diabetes (Even If You Don’t Have It)

E-Cigarettes Are 95% Less Harmful Than Regular Cigarettes But They Still Contain Harmful Carcinogens

E-cigarettes, while less toxic than they’re non-electronic counterparts, are not nearly as harmless as advertised. A recent Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) study found that more than 30% of e-cigarette users don’t think the vapors are harmful. Around 40% of respondents thought the vapors were only a “little” harmful.   

>> E-Cigarettes Are 95% Less Harmful Than Regular Cigarettes But They Still Contain Harmful Carcinogens

Start Eating These 26 Foods The Moment You Notice Your Vision Getting Worse

Eyes aren’t just the window to your soul, they’re the window by which you experience the world. If don’t eat enough of these foods that are good for your eyes, you won’t see much. Unfortunately, eyes are sensitive to certain lifestyle factors, such as poor nutrition, smoking, and spending too much time in front of a screen.

>>Start Eating These 26 Foods The Moment You Notice Your Vision Getting Worse

These Are The Most Dangerous & Heavily Promoted Prescription Drugs: Here Are Natural Alternatives

While it’s bad enough that almost half of the entire US population (48.7 percent) has used at least one of the most common prescription drugs in the past 30 days, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), over 10 percent of the population has used a whopping 5 or more of these drugs in the last month!

>>These Are The Most Dangerous & Heavily Promoted Prescription Drugs: Here Are Natural Alternatives

How To Make Okra Water To Support Healthy Blood Sugar Levels

Okra is a comfort food in some parts of the world – often served battered and fried, it nevertheless has numerous health benefits when prepared properly. Also known as lady fingers, bhindi, or bamia, okra is a pod vegetable, filled with seeds and is often added to soups like gumbo for extra texture and flavor.

>>How To Make Okra Water To Support Healthy Blood Sugar Levels

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