Type 2 diabetes is a very common condition which causes a person’s blood glucose levels to become elevated. People whose insulin is less effective than normal, but who can still make it to a certain extent, are given the diagnosis of Type 2 Diabetes. Some experts believe that the condition is becoming worryingly common in our times as a result of certain societal changes, such as supermarkets, the replacement of walking with driving and increased access to fast foods. Continue reading Type 2 Diabetes
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Our bodies’ cholesterol levels are only controlled to a small degree by the amount of cholesterol found in our food. Our heart health and cholesterol is still controlled by our diet, just in a different way. Higher levels of unhealthy (LDL) cholesterol and lower HDL cholesterol levels can occur as a result of a consistently poor diet combined with unhealthy weight gain and a lack of exercise.
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