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How Untreated Hyperglycemia Can Lead to Kidney Failure and Disease Discussed in New Video From Health Nutrition News

November 6, 2013

The dangers of untreated hyperglycemia discussed in depth in new video with tips on how to better control blood sugar levels.

Boston, MA (PRWEB) November 06, 2013

Health Nutrition News recently launched a series of videos on the importance of managing and controlling blood sugar levels. In their most recent video release they talk about the dangers of untreated hyperglycemia.

In the video they explain how having high blood glucose levels will quickly overwork the kidneys which causes them to stop working correctly. It is important to get this diagnosed early for preventative measures as to avoid kidney failure. Furthermore kidney disease can often be prevented by managing healthy blood sugar in the recommended range.

Health Nutrition News suggests working with a doctor for proper diagnosis and dietary changes to prevent the medical conditions and risks associated with high blood sugar levels. Through making better food choices a person can better control their blood sugar. Health Nutrition News recommends a free report that details some of the best foods to eat before bed in order to better manage blood sugar. This report is available here at http://healthnutritionnews.org/health-glycemic-index.

About: Health Nutrition News is currently doing a series on the dangers of high blood sugar and giving tips on what people can do to help manage these conditions. Uncontrolled blood sugar levels is something that can be regulated by most people when they have a better understanding of how exercise, diet, and supplementation can be applied.

For the original version on PRWeb visit: http://www.prweb.com/releases/controlling-blood-glucose/dangers-of-hyperglycemia/prweb11295388.htm


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