Consumer Health Site Explores Santa Claus Diabetes Story to Educate Children about Healthy Foods this Christmas

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Popular consumer health news website NewsTarget posts healthy advice for battling type-2 diabetes without prescription drugs in an article citing the health detriments of eating too many holiday sweets.

A leading independent consumer health website explores a hypothetical holiday situation while educating kids and adults on how to eat healthy this Christmas.

NewsTarget (http://www.NewsTarget.com) has posted an exclusive interview and follow-up e-mails from Santa Claus describing his search for a natural solution to an increasing common health condition in the United States: type-2 diabetes. In the scenario, Santa's physician offered him a chance to take medications to "control" his blood sugar, but Santa was concerned about possible damage to his liver and heart -- two of the most common side effects of many diabetes medications.

"I want to beat my diabetes and get my weight under control without popping pills," Santa said. "And it's just too risky to take insulin injections when my reindeer tote my sleigh across the sky."

Santa was diagnosed with type-2 diabetes by his personal physician, Dr. North, who explained that for too many years, Santa had been over-consuming cookies and milk left for him by well-meaning children and parents around the world. "Santa has a huge sweet tooth," Dr. North explained. "Binging on milk and cookies is not a healthy diet, especially for someone who only gets out once a year and doesn't exercise much."

To solve his diabetes challenge in time for Christmas, NewsTarget has assembled a team of nutritionists and experts knowledgeable in the fields of diabetes, blood sugar metabolism and sugar addiction. In response, some of the top authors and nutritionists in the natural health industry have offered nutritional advice, including Connie Bennett, Byron Richard, Dr. Gabriel Cousens and Mike Adams.

To review Santa's nutritional consultations with Bennett, Cousens, Adams and Richards, and learn what changes he'll need to make in the coming weeks in order to balance his blood sugar and restore normal metabolic function, visit http://www.newstarget.com/021239.html. A full illustration of Santa's conversation with his doctor is also available at http://www.newstarget.com/021238.html

Santa is optimistic about making positive progress, and he hopes to restore normal blood sugar balance and be free of type-2 diabetes in time for Christmas. NewsTarget.com and SugarShockBlog.com (http://www.sugarshockblog.com/) will continue to follow this story and bring you updates on Santa's condition in the weeks ahead.

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Read by over 500,000 unique readers monthly, NewsTarget is a progressive, independent natural health news site that teaches consumers how to improve their health through foods, herbs, exercise and natural therapies. The site also warns consumers about the dangers of processed foods, pharmaceuticals, chemotherapy, environmental toxins and the failure of government regulators like the FDA.

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