Friday, December 14, 2012

Diabetes blurry vision AND Blindness increasing as diets are failing

Diabetes blurry vision and blindness are increasing up to 40% and getting worst according to researchers. High blood sugar is a poison to the cells of the body, it is critical to address the disease quickly to save your organs and eyes. Sugar wrecks havoc on the organs and can cause damage to the sight. Diabetes related blurry vision and painful eyes can all signal the beginning of vision loss.

Researchers notice more blindness and vision problems from Diabetes

Researchers reviewed data from the nationally representative National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey that were collected between 1999 and 2002 and 2005 and 2008

Researchers revealed up to 40% increases in vision loss attributed to high blood sugar. This site was created to reveal the damaging affects of this illness and what you should do about it. Diabetes is not an illness to play around with, every day it punishes the body. How does high Glucose affect the eyes. Blurry vision and strained eyes are a result of the excess glucose invading the small blood vessels of the eyes. Over time the blood vessels lose the battle as there is not good enough insulin to remove the excess sugar. Or the cells are insulin resistant. This is all a result of the failed diabetic diets of the past 30 years.

Eye disorders related to diabetes include retinopathy; which is damage to the blood vessels in the back of the eye; glaucoma, which is vision loss caused by pressure build-up; and cataracts, which block out light from the eye. The blurry vision with diabetes is a sign that you need to fight back at the illness quickly. Diet can defeat the illness drug free. Only a specialized diabetes diet can stop diabetes. A sugar free diet is a failure, studies have shown this again and again.. This was revealed in Berlin 
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