Natural Therapies for Treating Late Onset Diabetes

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Late onset diabetes is a condition that comes to a person later on in their life. Find out about various natural therapies for treating late onset diabetes with help from an expert in the medical field in this free video clip.

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My name is Dwan Kelsey, and I'm a Nurse Practitioner with Well Life, a diabetes clinic and educational resource center located in Raleigh, North Carolina, and we want to talk today about treating Adult Onset Diabetes. The easiest and the most natural way to treat diabetes, and I would actually say pre-diabetes and the prevention of diabetes is diet, is really watching what we eat and we cannot, and I cannot, I cannot talk about it enough, about how much foods play a major role when it comes to the prevention and the management of diabetes. We have to eat at home more. We live in a very fast paced society. It is much easier to go through drive through, but even if you have to go through drive through, we need to start making wiser and healthier choices, even in drive through. We need to start reading food labels in the grocery store. Everything that says low fat may or may not be good for the blood sugar. Just because it says low fat, that can be, that can mean a lot of different things. Just because it says low sugar, just because it says low sodium, can mean a lot of different things so we've got to educate ourselves, even when it starts at the grocery store. We have got to decrease processed foods. Anything that comes in a box, anything that already comes ready made, we cannot consume those foods. The body will not process those foods very well. So, when we talk about diet it's a whole range that we can talk about and it truly starts at the grocery store. Diabetes is a very complex disease. This has just been basic information regarding diabetes. Please be sure to visit your medical provider for more information or for diagnosis of diabetes.


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