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An estimated 350 million people worldwide have diabetes, according to new research published in the Lancet. It describes the disease as a “rising global hazard” and says global diabetes rates have doubled from 1980 to 2008.
The study included information from 2.7 million participants in almost 200 countries and territories across the globe. The United States saw fasting glucose levels rise over twice the rate of Western Europe during the three-decade study period.  Among high income countries, diabetes and glucose levels were greatest in the United States, Greenland, New Zealand, and Spain. The United Kingdom had lower rates than most other high income countries, which is somewhat surprising given the U.K.’s obesity epidemic, the study notes. The lowest diabetes rates in wealthy nations were in Netherlands, Austria and France. The highest rates were seen in Oceania, a region that includes Australia, New Zealand, Melanesia, Polynesia and Micronesia.
Pacific Island nations such as the Marshall Islands have had high growth in diabetes with one in three women and one in four men having diabetes. South Asia, Latin America, North Africa, the Middle East, Central Asia, and the Caribbean also had high diabetes rates. Areas with lowest prevalence of diabetes include sub-Saharan Africa, and east and southeast Asia.
Poorly managed diabetes can lead to heart disease and kidney disease, and the associated high health care costs. The report concludes that countries need to do more to prevent diabetes from developing, by implementing programs that lead to weight management, more exercise, and better nutrition. More also needs to be done to improve the detection and management of diabetes to prevent long-term side effects.
It is happening…America is spreading its infection around the world! Our love for processed foods found in restaurants and grocery stores with food contained in packages, cans, and boxes and loaded with fake fats, sugar, and artificial flavors is being passed onto the rest of humanity. Africa has the lowest diabetes rates quite frankly because they are still the poorest nation that has not had the ability to erect temples to the fast food deities!   
At one time we subsisted entirely from the Earth; from Mother Nature as described in my book Nature’s Diet.  Today, our food is about convenience and taste and texture rather than about nutrition or the benefits it imparts to our bodies. Diabetes is result of years and years of elevated blood sugar. Why is the sugar elevated--- because TOO MUCH SUGAR IS COMING IN…. you don’t need a doctorate degree to see this. Not just too much sugar but too much of all foods high in starch and fats. 
Get back to your roots. Look all around you…what is Nature eating? The answers will prevent you and your family from becoming a diabetic statistic.
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