Diabetes could lead to dementia: Prevent memory loss and high blood sugar - but how?
|Diabetes could lead to dementia: Prevent memory loss and high blood sugar - but how?||Darrell Miller||01/31/18|
January 31, 2018 03:59 PM
Author: Darrell Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: Diabetes could lead to dementia: Prevent memory loss and high blood sugar - but how?
Taking control of your diet, specifically your blood sugar, has been known for a long time as a key to long term health. It can help regular your chance for stroke, heart disease and diabetes, but regulating your blood sugar may also help with stopping dementia according to recent research. Focusing on what you take in will be key as you get older. Stick with whole grains and vegetables, and stay away from heavy starches and sugars to help your body maintain itself long into life.
- Watching what we eat and avoiding smoking are two ways to help our brain stay healthy as we age.
- Use of the natural components of CuraLin may be one way to regulate sugar levels in the body.
- Eating some protein with every meal is another nutritious way to prevent sugar binges and keep glucose levels steady.
"DIABETES patients in old age are more likely to suffer from long-term deterioration in their memory and thinking skills than those who have normal blood sugar levels, according to a new study."
Read more: https://www.express.co.uk/life-style/health/911522/diabetes-dementia-symptoms-signs-test