Boston, MA (PRWEB) November 08, 2013
There are many dangers associated with unregulated high blood sugar levels. Health Nutrition News explains how thousands of people each year lose their vision due to damage in the retina resulting from uncontrolled blood glucose levels and the blood vessels around the eye weakening. People that do not regulate blood sugar levels are at a higher risk for problems such as cataracts and glaucoma.
Health Nutrition News points out that there are several eye issues that are specific to diabetics that they must watch out for. Any vision problems that arise should be an immediate cause for concern an eye doctor should be consulted immediately because the worst case scenario is blindness.
By regulating blood sugar and insulin resistance complications to vision may be avoided. Health Nutrition News suggests maintaining a healthy weight, choosing a healthy diet, and weekly exercise as one of the first steps that to managing blood sugar.
A free guide on ways to naturally lower blood sugar is available for a limited time at http://healthnutritionnews.org/blood-sugar-report. The report includes 4 extremely simple ways to lower blood sugar and boost fat loss.