Diabetes

The number of adults who suffer chronic high blood sugar is staggering. One report looked at 46,000 middle-aged individuals and found more than 80% had high fasting blood sugar levels. Since the incidence of disease starts to increase when fasting blood sugar levels rise, this means that the vast majority of aging humans today endure chronic cellular damage associated with elevated blood sugar. Much can be done to lower blood sugar levels and prevent the cellular damage.