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Have You Suffered from Gestational Diabetes? If so, You May be Vulnerable to Pre-Diabetes?



If you are suffering from Gestational Diabetes or have experienced this condition before giving birth, you may be at risk of developing a potentially dangerous but reversible condition called Pre-Diabetes. You're also vulnerable to this glucose and insulin disorder if you have given birth to a baby weighing over 9 lbs, don't get enough exercise, have high blood pressure, are overweight or obese, eat large quantities of carbohydrates, have high or low blood sugar levels or a family history of Diabetes.

Left unchecked, Pre-Diabetes increases the likelihood of irreversible Type 2 Diabetes, which significantly raises the risk of a heart attack or stroke as well as blindness, amputation and kidney disease.

The initial signs of Pre-Diabetes can be painless. But we urge you to safeguard your health now because so many women fail to take preventative action until Pre-Diabetes leads to Type 2 Diabetes. This latter condition must be managed for the rest of your life and may require daily insulin injections.

The New York Times recently called Diabetes a "21st century health crisis." However, studies show that Pre-Diabetes can be reversed before it becomes Type 2 Diabetes. To achieve this transformation, you must not only have a sound understanding of what is causing your condition but also a knowledge of the specific actions you need to take to overcome it.

We urge you to spend a few minutes reading the following pages so you can empower yourself and transform your health forever. We suggest you start with the Knowledge Is Power button below. The more you understand what caused or is causing your Gestational Diabetes and how it makes you vulnerable to Pre- and Type 2 Diabetes, the more power you will have to heal your condition.

 

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