According to the American Diabetes Association, here in New York an estimated 2 million people, or 12.5% of the population now have diabetes. Of these, 517,000 of them have diabetes and simply do not know it. In addition, 5,412,000 people in New York or a staggering 36.2% of the population, have prediabetes. Every year an estimated 66,000 people in New York are diagnosed with diabetes.
Diabetics have worse outcomes if they contract COVID-19, making it more important than ever to try to live a healthy lifestyle in terms of watching what you eat.
Here’s a video that we thought would be a help to New Yorkers who have diabetes. The video introduces 13 foods that diabetics should be eating. Share this post with others.
I was on 2 medications which were constantly being increased and the side effects were awful. This nutritional plan got my pancreas working normally again and reversed my diabetes: http://www.diabetes14.com