Rancho Palos Verdes, CA (PRWEB) February 21, 2012
Numerous studies in the past decade have shown clinical support for the use of omega 3 fatty acids supplements to assist in reducing the risk of heart disease and stroke this according to ProactiveLife. A study published in Nutrition and Metabolism is the first to show how omega 3 fatty acids play a role in metabolic processes with respects to blood sugar and fat processing; reducing the risk of developing type 2 diabetes. Professor Brier leads an international research team and indicates omega 3 fatty acids improve carbohydrate and fat metabolism. A diet rich in omega 3 fatty acids helps to burn metabolic fuels (glucose and fat) better, and can regulate energy storage across different tissues.
“These findings are important because the aging process is closely linked with a higher risk of developing metabolic syndrome – a clustering of risk factors for heart disease, diabetes and obesity,” says Professor Breier, Chair of Human Nutrition at the Institute of Food, Nutrition and Human Health at Albany.
Type 2 Diabetes is reaching epidemic proportions with nearly 26 million confirmed diabetics and 79 million pre-diabetics in the Unites States. Spending on diabetes will exceed $180 billion in 2012 according to US government statistics. A new proactive approach combining lifestyle modification and natural supplements with clinically proven ingredients is needed.
ProactiveLife (http://www.proactivelife.com) was founded in 2011 to help people living with chronic disease take control of their health. The approach incorporates community, lifestyle changes, and natural supplements which have been clinically proven to assist people with type 2 diabetes.
Diabetes Support contains 2 grams of pure omega-3 fatty acids which are clinically proven ingredients to lower blood sugar naturally. Along with lifestyle changes including diet and exercise Diabetes Support is a new proactive approach to Type 2 Diabetes management. A Community of Experts has been created to share tips on healthy eating, proper exercise and provide the latest news on diabetes.
As Type 2 Diabetes reaches epidemic proportions a new approach is needed.