Beyond Cutting Sugar: 5 Ways to Cut the Risk of Diabetes
4 monthes ago - By HealthWorks Collective
Take a moment and picture someone with diabetes. You are probably seeing an image of someone mowing down on a candy bar, because you have been told repeatedly that eating sugar causes diabetes.Unfortunately, this misconception has led many people astray. Research has shown that sugar doesn't directly cause diabetes, but the myth still prevails. People that listen to this myth have become very picky about eating sugar, while practicing other lifestyle habits that place them at a higher risk of developing the disease.
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