Blood sugar issues have reached epic proportions in the US, with the latest figures indicating that more than 100 million adults live with either diabetes or pre-diabetes.
To make matters worse, poor blood sugar control has follow-on effects for just about every organ, raising your risk of heart disease, nerve damage, vision loss, Alzheimer's, and kidney disease, to name a few.
The good news is that lifestyle can have a huge impact on your risk profile, and a few small changes practiced consistently can help your blood sugar numbers move in the right direction.
In this edition, we're digging into the science and sharing some of our favorite resources on monitoring and lowering your blood sugar.
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