Type 2 Diabetes
More and more people are becoming pre-diabetic and later developing type 2 diabetes. It is now considered an epidemic among children, especially those who are overweight. While Americans continue to strive for healthier lifestyles, there is still way too many health risks and diet choices that can create insulin resistance.
The good news is that type 2 diabetes can be treated and controlled. Women with the metabolic syndrome can control the symptoms by getting plenty of exercise and eating a healthy diet low in sugar and ultra-processed carbohydrates. Focus on getting at least 30 minutes of activity every day. You can also try the ketogenic diet to help with blood glucose control.