That’s why you’ll have diabetes in 10 years!

Unfortunately, in the next 10 years, diabetes is going to be the number 1 cause of death in America!

Considered to be the 21th-century epidemic, diabetes is becoming increasingly common among Americans. And even if won’t end in death, diabetes is extremely harmful in effecting the day to day life of millions of Americans.

It is the 1 one cause of blindness and visual impairments, as well as other horrendous effects.
The most common long-term effects of diabetes include damage to the large blood vessels of the heart, brain and legs damage to blood vessels, kidneys, and nerves.

 

So why is it so common and why should YOU care?

As all Americans, the modern lifestyle as well as certain “eating habits” and current nutritional food values we consume, put more than 80% at high risk to have diabetes in the next 10 years.

 

Here are the factors that will rank you among that 80% at high risk:

 

High Alcohol Intake: 

How often do you go out with friends and having a beer? Having a new trendy cocktail? Drinking a good glass of wine while dining?

 

FACT:  24.8% of people above 18 engaged in binge drinking in the past month; 7% have engaged in heavy drinking in that same period.

When you drink alcohol, It is transferred into your bloodstream. After an average of 6 minutes, there’s enough alcohol in the bloodstream to measure. For the average person it takes about 1.5 hours for the liver to metabolize one drink.
More alcohol = low blood sugar.  Why? The liver has to work on removing the alcohol from your blood instead of doing its main job of fine tuning your blood sugar levels…. got it??