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Prediabetes

Updated 11 weeks ago
How Dottie Kept Her Prediabetes in Check
May 28, 2013 | 
You may be in jeopardy. You may be in danger with blood sugar levels higher than normal. You may have prediabetes.
Study Shows Turmeric Is Helpful to Adults With Prediabetes
Aug 4, 2012 | 
A study has found that taking curcumin extract, the main ingredient of the popular Indian spice turmeric, may help ward off type 2 in those with prediabetes.
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Jeff O'Connell is the author of "Sugar Nation: The Hidden Truth Behind America's Deadliest Habit and the Simple Way to Beat It."  I discovered his book while browsing the shelves of my local library, and I could hardly put it down. Though I have type I diabetes and O'Connell's book focuses on type 2, I found many of his thoughts applicable to my own health. His book is no doubt controversial, so I wanted to delve deeper into his daring claims and share his responses with the diabetic community. After reading my interview with Jeff, please leave a comment below to let Diabetes Health know what you think.
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