Diabetes affects more than 30 million Americans, with about 1 in 10 people diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes causing it to be of the fastest growing health conditions in the world. Numerous studies have shown that physical inactivity, high fat diets, diets that are rich in fatty acids, and obesity increase your risk.
Type 2 Diabetes was predominantly a disease found in middle-aged and elderly people but with the increase of obesity in children, there is also a rise in type 2 diabetes. Unlike many other health conditions, Type 2 Diabetes is something that can be managed on your own. Prevention as well as management begins with a healthy lifestyle and diet, and the most minor changes can be beneficial. One of the most important ways to control your type 2 diabetes is by maintaining and lowering your A1C levels.
By lowering these levels, it can help slow the progression of diabetes and reduce the risk of complications.