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There Is No More Natural Way To Control Sugar In The Blood: All It Takes Is One Boiled Egg

QHEALTH – Nearly 350 million adults worldwide have diabetes, according to the newest research published in The Lancet, a British medical journal. Over the past three decades, numbers have more than doubled, making diabetes an “epidemic,” say the experts.

In Costa Rica, according to latest figures by the International Diabetes Federation for 2015, 8.6 adults (20-79 years) in 100 are diabetic, in total there were  278,900 cases of diabetes. It is the second most common chronic disease in the country (after hypertension) and one of the major risk factors of heart attacks or strokes.

The figure describes which age groups in the population have the highest proportions of diabetes. The dotted line is the distribution of diabetes prevalence by age for the world; the black line is the distribution for the region; and the country distribution is plotted in the red line. Many middle- and low-income countries have more people under the age of 60 with diabetes compared to the world average. Meanwhile, for high-income countries, a growing population over the age of 60 makes up the largest proportion of diabetes prevalence.
The figure describes which age groups in the population have the highest proportions of diabetes. The dotted line is the distribution of diabetes prevalence by age for the world; the black line is the distribution for the region; and the country distribution is plotted in the red line. Many middle- and low-income countries have more people under the age of 60 with diabetes compared to the world average. Meanwhile, for high-income countries, a growing population over the age of 60 makes up the largest proportion of diabetes prevalence.

Diabetes is a condition in which body cells do not use sugar (‘glucose”) effectively, and blood sugar levels are chronically elevated. Over time, this causes illnesses such as heart disease, stroke, and neurological damage.

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Luckily for you, we have an amazing solution which will reduce your sugar levels in no time!

Boil an egg in the afternoon, then peel it and pierce it several times with a fork. After that, put the egg in a larger container, pour vinegar over it and leave the egg overnight.

In the morning, eat the egg with a glass of warm water. Repeat the procedure for a couple of days, then visit a specialist and compare your blood sugar test results before and after the procedure – they should be far lower than before!

Sources: yourhealthymag.com; idf.org

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