More children have Diabetes Mellitus Type 2 than have Diabetes Mellitus type 1. The disease that rarely was diagnosed before age 40 now affects one out of 400 of our children. “The unfortunate thing about obese adolescents is if they cannot get to a healthy weight, it’s almost certain they’ll develop diabetes before the age of 35″. The Dr. Kramer in the article (we are not related and do not even know each other) suggested children have more fruit and vegetables and avoid treats, fruit juice, and other sugary drinks. To read the rest of the article, please click here!
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