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TYPE 2 diabetes affects more than two million people in the UK, with being overweight a common risk factor. If it’s left untreated, serious complications can occur, but adding a certain spice to your breakfast could prevent and control the condition. TYPE 2 diabetes affects more than two million people in the UK, with being overweight a common risk factor. If it’s left untreated, serious complications can occur, but adding a certain spice to your breakfast could prevent and control the condition.

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Your body may show some signs when blood sugars are high. Managing blood sugar levels is a major part of managing diabetes. If left untreated high blood sugar levels can cause many issues. You need to check your blood sugar levels regularly. Here are all the signs and symptoms.Managing blood sugar levels is a major part of managing diabetes. If left untreated high blood sugar levels can cause many issues. You need to check your blood sugar levels regularly. Your body may show some signs when blood sugars are high. Know these symptoms.

Diabetes High Blood Sugar Symptoms: Are Your Blood Sugar Levels Under Control? Signs And Symptoms Of High Blood Sugar Levels You Must Watch Out For

“Baghdadi disguised himself as a shepherd at times and the stress of being found worsened his diabetes. He had to constantly monitor his blood sugar and take insulin. AFP”

Larisa Brown on Twitter: "Baghdadi disguised himself as a shepherd at times and the stress of being found worsened his diabetes. He had to constantly monitor his blood sugar and take insulin. AFP"

““The crowd will be cheering, ‘Chug, chug, chug!’” country music star Eric Paslay-and type 1 diabetic-says in this week’s PEOPLE. “I don’t always tell them it’s not beer-and that it’s actually a big batch of orange juice, which is my go-to when my blood sugar level is crashing.””

Johnny Dodd on Twitter: "“The crowd will be cheering, ‘Chug, chug, chug!’” country music star Eric Paslay-and type 1 diabetic-says in this week’s PEOPLE. “I don’t always tell them it’s not beer-and that it’s actually a big batch of orange juice, which is my go-to when my blood sugar level is crashing.”… https://t.co/GI0cjJkKHg"

“Did you know that 30.3 million people in the US suffer from diabetes? November is American Diabetes Month. Make sure to eat well, maintain a healthy weight, get active and manage your blood sugar to reduce the risk of health problems.”

Jeanette M. Nunez on Twitter: "Did you know that 30.3 million people in the US suffer from diabetes? November is American Diabetes Month. Make sure to eat well, maintain a healthy weight, get active and manage your blood sugar to reduce the risk of health problems.… https://t.co/dnHUVVMFbN"