Study ties higher blood sugar to dementia risk

prisonThose coming out of prison or even those with friends or families in prison need to pay close attention to this. Prison canteens only sell food and drinks that have high sugar content. A canteen in a quad of 340 inmates can make an average of $3,000 a week. That is a lot of candy bars, cokes and cookies.

There is a price for these sugar highs aside from the normal diabetes which is dementia. It is well worth the effort to find some sort of medical authority to take a close look at your sugar levels to prevent a host of sugar related problems of which diabetes and dementia are only two.

Study ties higher blood sugar to dementia risk

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