Diabetes is a serious disease and it’s increasing at an alarming rate. One in 10 adults around the world now live with the condition, which is listed among the top 10 causes of global mortality.
More surprisingly, 1 out of 3 adults has prediabetes – a serious health condition where blood sugar levels are higher than they should be, but not high enough to be diagnosed as type 2 diabetes. Yet of this group, a whopping 9 out of 10 don’t even know they are prediabetic.
This represents a golden opportunity to intervene. With the right help, you can actually change the way your body handles sugar without ever having to go on medication.
Watch the video and:
- Discover how the process of diabetes starts long before the actual diagnosis.
- Learn how to take charge of your glucose levels
- Find out what you can do to prevent and, in some cases, even reverse your prediabetes and diabetes
Dr. Lickey has spent the last 21 years taking care of people with diabetes and prediabetes. He has seen firsthand the negative and lasting effects these conditions can have on his patients’ health. But he’s also seen patients who take their diagnosis seriously, make changes in their lifestyle, and see surprising benefits as a result.
If you’re in the Nashville area and want to become a patient at MaxWell Clinic, we’d love to talk to you! Schedule your free 20-minute discovery call with our New Patient Coordinator to see how you can start your healing journey today.
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