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Why is high blood sugar so common?

We eat too much sugar. In 1900 average refined sugar consumption was 12 lbs per person per year. By 2006 it was up to 256 lbs per year. Surprisingly, refined sugar is now added to almost all of our processed foods.

Why is high blood sugar dangerous?

When glucose remains in the bloodstream for long periods of time, the sugar actually binds to the red blood cells. This interferes with oxygenation and blood circulation, causing cholesterol to build up on the lining of the arteries, which increases the risk of heart disease, stroke, kidney disease, speeds the aging process, causes weight gain, food allergies, increases blood pressure, interferes with clear thinking and creates digestive and gastrointestinal problems.

What can I do to assure that my blood sugar levels remain normal?

The good news is that diabetes is one of the few diseases that you actually can control. A healthy diet, exercise, and maintaining healthy weight all go a long way to reducing the risks associated with diabetes. Speak to your licensed physician to determine the best approach for controlling blood sugar levels.