We know Sugar can, but what about too much Salt could increase potential Diabetes risk?

We Know Sugar Can, But What About Too Much Salt Could Increase Potential Diabetes Risk?

We Know Sugar Can, But What About Too Much Salt Could Increase Potential Diabetes Risk?

We Know Sugar Can, But What About Too Much Salt Could Increase Potential Diabetes Risk?

The symptoms of diabetes. Vector illustration

Type 2 Diabetes:

We Know Sugar Can, But What About Too Much Salt Could Increase Potential Diabetes Risk?

Researchers suggest that sodium – which we commonly ingest through salt, or sodium chloride – could increase the risk of type 2 diabetes and latent autoimmune diabetes in adults.

Diabetes is a common condition that affects more than 29 million people in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Type 2 diabetes accounts for up to 95 percent of all diagnosed cases and is characterized by abnormal levels of blood sugar.

This type of diabetes is most often diagnosed in middle-aged and senior people. Another metabolic condition called latent autoimmune diabetes in adults (LADA) is often misdiagnosed as type 2 diabetes; it also appears later in adulthood.

LADA is a more slowly progressing disease, and it does not initially require insulin treatment.

Source: https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/319434.php

We Know Sugar Can, But What About Too Much Salt Could Increase Potential Diabetes Risk?Our Bodies are designed to “heal ourselves”, with balance energy pathways and nutrition.

However, today, many people are receiving too much sugar, too much salt and being exposed to too many processed foods with or without GMO’s, plus addon wrong medications, exaggerated Environmental conditions everyday 24/7 with stress & pressure on our modern lifestyles. This totally confuses the Bodies natural Processes and creates unbalanced production of CD 4 (helper) & CD8 (killer) T Cells , hormones, insulin, redox (healing) molecules etc to make the Body function normally according to your Metabolism.

Since the advent of the Industrial Revolution and the 19th, 20th & 21st Century “consumerism mentality” we have been exposed to over 2000+ daily chemicals & toxins from air, water and digestion.

Many modern day diseases and their side effects are direct results of these lifestyle & medical choices we make over time.

For example…

Menieres Disease

Image result for meniere - We Know Sugar Can, But What About Too Much Salt Could Increase Potential Diabetes Risk?'s disease wiki

Ménière’s disease (MD) is a disorder of the inner ear that is characterized by episodes of feeling like the world is spinning (vertigo), ringing in the ears (tinnitus), hearing loss, and a fullness in the ear.[3][4] Typically only one ear is affected, at least initially; however, over time both ears may become involved.[3] Episodes generally last from 20 minutes to a few hours.[5] The time between episodes varies.[3] The hearing loss and ringing in the ears may become constant over time.[4]

The cause of Ménière’s disease is unclear but likely involves both genetic and environmental factors.[3][1] A number of theories exist for why it occurs including constrictions in blood vessels, viral infections, and autoimmune reactions.[3] About 10% of cases run in families.[4] Symptoms are believed to occur as the result of increased fluid build up in the labyrinth of the inner ear.[3] Diagnosis is based on the symptoms and frequently a hearing test.[3] Other conditions that may produce similar symptoms include vestibular migraine and transient ischemic attack.[1]

There is no cure.[3] Attacks are often treated with medications to help with the nausea and anxiety.[4] Measures to prevent attacks are overall poorly supported by the evidence.[4] A low salt diet, diuretics, and corticosteroids may be tried.[4] Physical therapy may help with balance and counselling may help with anxiety.[4][3] Injections into the ear or surgery may also be tried if other measures are not effective but are associated with risks.[5][3] The use of tympanostomy tubes, while popular, is not supported.[5] 

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M%C3%A9ni%C3%A8re%27s_disease. 

Professor Max Reynolds Comments on Menieres Disease:

“I am aware of this disease and as you probably know there is no known cure.

They do not what causes it but it has links to autoimmune disease so M.A.C could assist in controlling this disease.

There is no salt in M.A.C and that is absolute !!!”

 

The Potential Solutions…

We Know Sugar Can, But What About Too Much Salt Could Increase Potential Diabetes Risk?

We Know Sugar Can, But What About Too Much Salt Could Increase Potential Diabetes Risk?

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The 98 Alive M.A.C formula has proven time & time again through our Victory For Wellness Program Clients, combined with over 20+ years of Clinical Trials & Research , to help with boosting the Immune System. As a result, experiencing overall wellness in combining a healthy balanced Diet, Exercise and Supplementation. By helping to normalize blood sugars over time with better quality blood & thereby producing better gut flora.

We Know Sugar Can, But What About Too Much Salt Could Increase Potential Diabetes Risk?

We Know Sugar Can, But What About Too Much Salt Could Increase Potential Diabetes Risk?
We Know Sugar Can, But What About Too Much Salt Could Increase Potential Diabetes Risk?
We Know Sugar Can, But What About Too Much Salt Could Increase Potential Diabetes Risk?
We Know Sugar Can, But What About Too Much Salt Could Increase Potential Diabetes Risk?
We Know Sugar Can, But What About Too Much Salt Could Increase Potential Diabetes Risk?

We Know Sugar Can, But What About Too Much Salt Could Increase Potential Diabetes Risk?

We Know Sugar Can, But What About Too Much Salt Could Increase Potential Diabetes Risk?

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