Diabetes: Nutrition and Sugar

The diabetes epidemic is a post-World War II phenomenon. At the turn of the 20th century, type II diabetes was virtually unknown, now it is projected to affect half of the American population.A diagnosis of type II diabetes affects every aspect of a person’s life: their lifespan is shortened by at least 10 years; they are at risk for kidney disease, blindness, obesity, amputations and the severe negative consequences brought about by the current medicines used to keep their blood sugar levels within normal ranges. This program looks at every aspect of the diabetes epidemic … The dramatic new scientific findings regarding its causes … The health consequences of being diabetic … Its relationship to poverty … And finally, startling new practices put forward by top scientists and nutritionists that are reversing and even curing diabetes through diet.
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The diabetes epidemic is a post-World War II phenomenon. At the turn of the 20th century, type II diabetes was virtually unknown, now it is projected to affect half of the American population.A diagnosis of type II diabetes affects every aspect of a person’s life: their lifespan is shortened by at least 10 years; they are at risk for kidney disease, blindness, obesity, amputations and the severe negative consequences brought about by the current medicines used to keep their blood sugar levels within normal ranges. This program looks at every aspect of the diabetes epidemic … The dramatic new scientific findings regarding its causes … The health consequences of being diabetic … Its relationship to poverty … And finally, startling new practices put forward by top scientists and nutritionists that are reversing and even curing diabetes through diet.

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SubjectsScience, Biology, Medicine
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Released2020
Produced By Ambrose Video Publishing Inc./Centre Communications
Copyright ©2020 Ambrose Video Publishing, Inc.
Grade Levels10th Grade through Post Secondary
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