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The Blood Sugar-Cardiac-Cancer Connection
Date:1/9/2013

Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) January 08, 2013

GLS Sciences, the nutritional research organization specializing in issues with blood sugar and the human metabolism, focuses a new research initiative on the blood sugar-cardiac-cancer connection. High blood sugar, along with six other specific markers, was identified as a pre-cursor for cardiac health problems. GLS references a study by the American Heart Association released in November 2011 that showed out of 13,000 participating; those with healthier cardiac function were far less likely to develop cancer. This study didn’t indicate merely a reduced chance; this study indicated those with healthy hearts were as much as 38% less likely to develop cancer, which is significant.

The study revealed seven specific metrics that could be referenced to determine if one is living a heart-healthy lifestyle. They are:

  •     Non-smoker
  •     Normal BMI (body mass index)
  •     Physical activity
  •     Healthy diet and nutrition
  •     Safe cholesterol
  •     Normal blood pressure
  •     Fasting glucose in the normal range

This study was statistically significant, as these specific markers were measured in 13,000 respondents during a thirteen-year period. Along with the study, researchers found that those possessing just one of the seven healthy markers, such as healthy blood sugar, had a 20% lower cancer risk. If they had three healthy indicators, their chance of cancer was reduced by 22%, and five to seven indicators showed a 38% lo
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