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South Jersey Health and Body Explains the Dangers of Diabetes and What You Must Know if You are Overweight
Date:3/8/2013

hy weight. This is really the biggest step one can take to prevent and get rid of diabetes, if it is already diagnosed. One should be avoiding sugar, high fat and processed foods, and should be eating a lot of veggies, lean protein and meat.

Genetic inheritance only accounts for a small percentage of people who get diabetes, so exercising and eating right is how to help prevention of type 2 diabetes.

If you would like more information regarding steps to prevent or get rid of diabetes, visit email us info(at)southjerseyhealthandbody(dot)com or call us at 856-546-1230.

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