Supplements for Diabetics

Supplements for Diabetics

Supplements for Diabetics Malnutrition in America Our store shelves are stocked with an endless variety in taste, texture, sweetness and packaging.

With so much food available it’s hard to believe that many Americans are malnourished. While we sympathize with the poor in countries where food is scarce, we don’t realize that famine can strike anywhere, even in the richest nations on Earth. We don’t need to be undernourished to suffer from malnutrition, which is just another form of famine.

We grow enough food to feed ourselves and throw away enough food to feed 50 million people every day. There’s enough food in storage to feed us all for a year if our nation’s farmers decided to stop growing food.

Despite this food wealth, we are seeing a rapid rise in degenerative diseases around the world. As more nations adopt the Western-style diet, we see more diabetics where there once were few of them. All of this, it has been established, has been brought about by the poor choices of food we eat.

Taste, cost, convenience and gratification are the primary concerns. But those choices do not provide the right kind of nourishment for health. White bread, coffee, beer, hot dogs and soft drinks are the primary food and drink consumed. Just take a look at this list of popular grocery items purchased in America today:

● Coke Classic
● Cigarettes; Marlboro and Winston
● Kraft processed cheese
● Pepsi
● Diet Coke
● Campbell Soup
● Budweiser beer
● Tide Detergent
● Folger’s Coffee
● White bread

Nowhere on this list do you find fruits, vegetables or whole grain cereal. A study done by the U.S. Department of Agriculture of over 11,000 Americans showed that:

● 41% ate no fruit
● 82% ate no cruciferous vegetables (broccoli, spinach and the like)
● 72% ate no vitamin C rich fruits and vegetables
● 80% ate no vitamin A rich fruits and vegetables
● 84% ate no high fiber grain food.

Not an impressive list of food items. If the trend continues, America will destroy itself before any enemy could choose to invade it.

America spends some 1.5 trillion dollars on medical care, more than any other nation and yet ranks among the highest in sickness and disease! Americans are woefully low in Vitamins A, C, D, E, K, B-6, riboflavin, folate and lack the essential minerals of calcium, potassium, magnesium, zinc, iron, chromium and selenium.

Fiber from plant proteins, special fatty acids and complex carbohydrates are lacking in our diet. Fat, sugar, alcohol, caffeine, cholesterol, food additives and toxins from the environment combine to the health woes we see around us today. With so many poor choices it’s not surprising that we are faced with so many diseases, all of which could easily be prevented.

If we suddenly keeled over into a diabetic coma after the first sugar spike, most of us would scramble to make changes in our habits. Unfortunately, it takes years of an unhealthy lifestyle before symptoms start to show up. The first cigarette won’t kill you, neither will that first hamburger. But constant habits are what translates into heart disease and diabetes.

While we live in expensive homes, drive the latest model car and own the latest electronic gadgets, disease of any kind won’t allow us to enjoy it all. Clearly a lifestyle change is necessary, but few people have the self-discipline to make those changes.

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