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14 marzo 2022 adminBlog0

Predominantly sedentary lifestyle trends, insufficient sleep, and poor diet are the new normal and they’re all contributing to higher cholesterol levels. This leads to inflammation and the development of cardiovascular diseases, seriously affecting your overall health and wellbeing. 

The fast-paced lives and the stressful environment we’re all participating in embrace convenience, and that’s where all the processed foods and quick solutions come in, causing more harm than good and impairing our bodies’ functions. 


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11 noviembre 2021 adminBlog

Diabetes is a chronic metabolic disorder that is detected by abnormal levels of glucose in the blood. This is caused by an alteration that exists in the production of insulin.

Insulin is a hormone produced in the pancreas, its main function is to regulate adequate blood sugar levels.

Insulin allows glucose from food to pass into cells, where it is transformed into the energy necessary for the proper functioning of tissues and muscles. If this energy is not used, it is stored until needed.


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