Managing Blood Sugar




Our family has a propensity towards diabetes and blood sugar problems, with three of my dad’s brothers and his father afflicted with the disease, all treated conventionally with drugs, some with dietary considerations. My grandfather and one uncle lost their lives to diabetes and its complications. Since heredity can be one of the causes, (there is such a thing as “hypoglycemic families”), and with my own tendencies toward low blood sugar, an interest was generated to research this escalating cultural disease and the management of blood sugar. It’s heartening to learn that as with most “hereditary diseases”, diabetes and its corollaries, also depend on one’s diet and way of life (both nurture and nature) and can be changed.

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