November is National Diabetes Awareness month. Diabetes impacts more than 30 million people in the United States. Not only can diabetes be expensive, but it can also take a toll on an individual physically, emotionally, and socially. Diabetes can also increase the risk of some cancers such as breast cancer. Ways to control your diabetes include exercise, a well-balanced diet, no smoking, cutting back on alcohol, and reducing stress. These lifestyle changes can also reduce your risk for cancer and other chronic diseases. See if you qualify for a screening mammogram today!
Healthy Eating Habits
Diabetes can increase the incidence of cancers such as breast cancer. Take control of your diabetes by eating a well-balanced diet, not smoking, cutting back on alcohol, and reducing stress. Below is guide to a Type 2 Diabetes friendly diet so that you can take steps to eat healthy.