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Many adults develop type 2 diabetes and are not aware of it because the disease often develops slowly. Signs that you may have type 2 diabetes include: weight loss without trying to lose weight, increase in hunger, increase in thirst and frequent urination, fatigue, sores or infections that heal slowly, and fatigue. It’s important to take care of the situation and not ignore it. Long-term effects of diabetes include heart disease, nerve damage (neuropathy), kidney damage, and damage to eyesight.
A blood test that reveals higher-than-normal blood sugar levels indicates diabetes or pre-diabetes. The good news is that diabetes may be treated or even reversed through diet choices and exercise. Supplementation is also often helpful. Our doctors will work with you to establish a baseline and talk about the best (and worst) foods to include in your diet. It may seem difficult at first, but many people have tremendous success controlling or eliminating diabetes. We’re here to support you on your journey to good health and feeling better.