Take care of your health, before it is too late!!!

Everybody knows that the idea of eating healthy sounds good, but is very difficult in real life. We all want to be healthy as long as possible.

No one wants to be miserable with a chronic disease. Unfortunately for most people, they don’t know there is a problem until it is too late.

That is why I spent hours and hours doing this research.  To help the people I care about. I am not a doctor, that is why I reference legitimate medical sources.   Take the time to learn about the risks and what you can do about it.

I know it is a lot of information, I think if there was a way to eliminate the risk to have any of these conditions it will be worth the time to read about it.

It would be a terrible tragedy if you came up with a serious illness that could have been prevented by taking immediate action on this information. Please don’t wait to take action until it is too late.

“What is Inflammation” – WebMD 09/01/2016

“Inflammation is a process by which the body’s white blood cells and substances they produce protect us from infection with foreign organisms, such as bacteria and viruses. However, in some diseases, like arthritis, the body’s defense system–the immune system– triggers an inflammatory response when there are no foreign invaders to fight off.”

“Some, but not all, types of arthritis are the result of misdirected inflammation.”

“Inflammation of the kidneys may cause high blood pressure or kidney failure.”

“8 Food Ingredients That Can Cause Inflammation” – Arthritis Foundation

“When you have arthritis, your body is in an inflammatory state. What you eat may not only increase inflammation, it can also set you up for other chronic conditions such as obesity, heart disease and diabetes.”

“It may be hard to resist desserts, pastries, chocolate bars, sodas, even fruit juices. However, the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition warns that processed sugars trigger the release of inflammatory messengers called cytokines.”

“Several studies have shown that saturated fats trigger adipose (fat tissue) inflammation, which is not only an indicator for heart disease but it also worsens arthritis inflammation. Pizza and cheese are the biggest sources of saturated fats in the average American diet, according to the National Cancer Institute.”

“Harvard School of Public Health researches helped sound the alarm about trans fat can be found in fast foods and other fried products, processed snack foods, frozen breakfast products, cookies, donuts, crackers and most stick margarines.”

“White flower products (breads, rolls, crackers) white rice, white potatoes (instant mashed potatoes, or French fries) and many cereals are refined carbohydrates. According to Scientific American, processed carbohydrates may trump fats as the main driver of escalating rates of obesity and other chronic conditions.”

“Trying to go sugar-free? Aspartame is a non-nutritive, intense artificial sweetener found in more than 4,000 products worldwide….If you are sensitive to this chemical, your immune system may react to the ‘foreign substance’ by attacking the chemical, which in return, will trigger an inflammatory response. ”

Inflammation and Cancer – Harvard Medical School

According to article “Inflammatory foods are linked with higher colon cancer risk” on 04/19/2018 (published May 2018), “Certain foods may trigger inflammation in he body that can increase a person’s risk for colon cancer”. “People whose diets were mostly ‘pro-inflammatory’ had a 44% greater risk of developing colon cancer compared with those who had low-inflammatory diets.”

According to article “Ultra-processed snacks and meals may raise cancer risk” (published May 2018), “If your food is more likely to come out of a bag or a box than from a tree or the ground, you may be putting yourself at risk for cancer. A study published online Feb 14, 2018, by The BMJ found that people who eat more ultra processed food have a higher overall risk of cancer than those who don’t.” “Ultra processed foods included things like packaged breads, snacks and desserts, sodas and other sweet drinks…”

According to article “Harvard researchers: Inflammatory diets linked to colorectal cancer” on 03/16/2018 (published April 2018), “Here’s another reason to say goodbye to hot dogs, soda, and white bread: A Harvard study published online Jan. 18, 2018 by JAMA Oncology suggests that diets promoting chronic inflammation are associated with colorectal cancer.” and “A growing number of studies have found that chronic inflammation is associated with cancer. And many other studies have shown links between pro-inflammatory diets and chronic diseases such as type 2 diabetes and heart disease. The bottom line: Anything you can do to reduce the risk of chronic inflammation is a good idea.”

If inflammation can cause diabetes, can diabetes cause kidney failure?

Have you noticed recently how (According to the San Bernardino Sun 02/05/2017) “Dialysis centers have been spouting up across Southern California.” I know where I live, I have seen new DaVita Dialysis Centers, Rai Care Centers, and Fresenius Kidney Care.

Hopefully people have good insurance because the cost for dialysis treatment is “between $1,500 and $2,000 weekly.”

Imagine what it would feel like to be a person “going to a facility, reclining in a lounge chair for up to about four hours, while a machine takes their blood through a tube, cleans it of waste products and returns the blood, through another tube.”

An interesting note: “Hispanics are 1.5 times more likely to develop end-stage kidney disease than non-Hispanic whites, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.”

How can this happen if “people are born with an abundance of kidney function” where “healthy individuals can donate one of their two kidneys and still live a normal life”? According to the article “Dialysis is huge, direct cost of diabetes”.

To prevent diabetes, isn’t important to know the risk factors? According to the Mayo Clinic on 05/04/2018, the risk factors for prediabetes and type 2 diabetes are inactivity, family history, race (Hispanics are at higher risk), age, high blood pressure and weight (“The more fatty issue you have, the more resistant your cells become to insulin”).

Another article by the Mayo Clinic on 03/08/2018, states the risk factors for kidney failure are diabetes, high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease, obesity, and older age.

So if diabetes and inflammation can cause all this trouble, wouldn’t it be smart to do things to prevent it from happening?

“The Startling Link Between Sugar and Alzheimer’s” – The Atlantic 01/26/2018

This article has lots of great information, which includes more detail between the connection between high blood sugar and dementia. Another good article on the subject was on 02/24/2017 by “Excess sugar linked to Alzheimer’s: Study finds a tipping point”.

“In recent years, Alzheimer’s disease has occasionally been referred to as ‘type 3’ diabetes…”.

“Instead of another type of diabetes, it’s increasingly looking like Alzheimer’s is another potential side effect of a sugary, Western-style diet.”

“Dementia is one of the most prevalent psychiatric conditions strongly associated with poor quality of later life.”

“People how have type 2 diabetes are about twice as likely to get Alzheimer’s, and people who have diabetes and are treated with insulin are also more likely to get Alzheimer’s, suggesting elevated insulin plays a role in Alzheimer’s.”

Regarding a study by Rosebud Roberts, a professor of epidemiology and neurology at the Mayo Clinic; “Roberts broke nearly 1,000 people down into four groups based on how much of their diet came from carbohydrates. The group that ate the most carbs had an 80 percent higher chance of developing mild cognitive impairment-a pit stop on the way to dementia- than those who ate the smallest amount of carbs.”

“Roberts said that people with type 1 diabetes are mainly only at risk if their insulin is so poorly controlled”.

“…decisions we make about food are one risk factor we can control. And it’s starting to look like decisions we make while we’re still relatively young can affect our future cognitive health.”

New York University professor Melissa Schilling states “Alzheimer’s is like a slow-burning fire that you don’t see when it starts, by the time you see the signs, it’s way too late to put out the fire.”


You can clearly see why it is important it is to control sugar levels and inflammation. The problem is that most dieters need something easy because it is hard to diet when you are hungry all the time and have cravings for all the things that you know will harm you in the future.

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