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Diabetic in China? Here are some tips to make your life easier!

Type 2 diabetes is a blood sugar disease that occurs when your body is either unable to produce enough insulin or cannot properly use the insulin it produces, causing an overabundance of sugar in the bloodstream. And it’s this high level of sugar that slowly damages the ability of your pancreas to produce insulin. Somewhat ironically, the pancreas’s response is to overcompensate, and produce even more insulin, resulting in levels in the body that are far too high all the time.
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