Several years ago two different studies revealed a link between diabetes and liver cancer. In fact, diabetics may be as much as three times more susceptible to developing liver cancer compared to non-diabetics.
And now, recent research reveals an even more serious picture for diabetics...
A Centres for Disease Control (CDC) study showed that diabetics are at greater risk of developing a number of different types of cancer
, including cancer
of the colon, pancreas, breast, kidney, prostate
And other research shows that cancer patients who are also diabetic have less chance of survival compared to non-diabetics.
If you have diabetes
, there are two important lifestyle changes you can (and should) make to control your blood sugar
levels... And reduce your risk of cancer:
Lose weight if you're overweight
If you’re a smoker, stop immediately.
These changes can seem enormously difficult to make and sustain over the long term... But your survival and quality of life depend on them.
Finally! Now, there's a common sense weight loss
plan that works... Lose 12 kilos in 6 months or less... Without starving yourself, counting calories or working like a cart-horse at the gym... Find out more here...
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