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Your Diabetes Prevention Plan - Overcoming High Blood Pressure, Issue #26
May 01, 2013

Your Diabetes
Prevention Plan

Issue #26

May 1, 2013


Your diabetes prevention plan includes treatments of controlling your blood pressure, your blood glucose - sugar - levels, and blood cholesterol. Doing this prevention plan should be important to you since heart attacks remains the most frequent cause of death.

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Your Diabetes Prevention Plan

Your diabetes prevention plan is all about gradual changes to your lifestyle.

When you think of the more than 21 million Americans that have diabetes and over 5 million dying of heart attacks you wonder why we are not jumping at the chance to save ourselves and love ones.

First I want you to read more details on diabetes here.

Monitoring your high blood pressure levels is also important in protecting you from diabetes mellitus, a particularly damaging affect on your kidneys, and also diabetic retinopathy, the characteristic eye disease in diabetes.

Controlling your blood sugar, blood pressure, blood cholesterol and restricting your consumption of salt, as well as protein should be part of your prevention plan.

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HBP Tips - Corner - Your Diabetes Prevention Plan

  • Just eating two servings of whole grains daily will reduce your risk by 21 percent.

  • Include a lot of fiber into your diet by eating fruits, vegetables, beans and nuts. These types of foods slow the flow of glucose into your bloodstream, keeping your blood sugar steady. This reduces your diabetes risk by 62 percent.

  • Start an exercise program that will build your muscle, get your heart rate up, impacting your blood sugar levels. 23 percent reduction in risk.

  • Include supplements into your diet. 15 percent diabetes risk reduction.

  • Increase the hours that you sleep. Your insulin levels are linked to melatonin, your sleep hormone. Your blood sugar will spike if you are not sleeping well.

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Your HBP Guidebook

The older you are the more you need to take care of your body to live a quality lifestyle. My HBP Guidebook was written for that purpose, so purchase your copy today.

Thanks to those of you who have already purchased your copy, I hope you are using it to the fullest. Wishing you a good health.

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Heart Healthy Recipe

The Power Of Juicing

Spring is still in the air, it is time to rejuvenate your cells with fresh fruits and vegetable juices. Read more on the benefits of juicing.


  • 2 medium size red beets, tops included

  • 2 large carrots

  • 2 Granny Smith apples

  • 1 medium knob ginger

  • 1/4 pineapple

Make sure all your fruits and vegetables are thoroughly washed. Cut all ingredients into small pieces and feed into juicer.

Once all ingredients are pressed, stir and pour into a chilled glass and enjoy!!!

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