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Blood Sugar Ultra

by Regina Fancy (2020-01-21)

Here's how: Get Screened: Researchers from The Blood Sugar Ultra Review University of California recently found that 40% of people with kidney disease have undiagnosed (and therefore untreated) type 2 diabetes. Because people are unaware they have diabetes, naturally they don't take measures to assuage the disease. This means their blood sugar is oftentimes much higher than those with a clear-cut diagnoses which means there is constant assault on these fragile kidneys.If it's been a while since you have had blood work done, especially if you're overweight and over the age of 50, now's the time to visit your doctor and get screened. Your kidneys will thank you!Drop Pounds or Kilograms... Lose Weight: For many diabetics, their kidneys are under attack from two sources: blood sugar and hypertension or high blood pressure. In fact, most people with diabetes also have hypertension. Unfortunately, relying on medications is not going to solve the problem.To kill two birds with one stone, start making a concerted effort to lose weight, especially body fat. Studies show that even losing just 5 to10% of your weight can make a tremendous difference in the reduction of high blood pressure and blood sugar levels. Get Moving! A good part of the damage to kidneys is caused by lack of blood flow. Because they work so hard, the kidneys need more oxygen and blood than the rest of your body.