Experts Suggest New Diabetes Guidelines May Reduce Patient Medical Bills

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( — July 22, 2020) Orlando, FL — Diabetes is not just feared due to its high prevalence, but also its complications. In the United States, it is worth mentioning its medical costs are skyrocketing. 

The American Diabetes Association (ADA) has found that the new guidelines it recently released may decrease the number of individuals who find themselves needing to take hypertension medications.

According to Dr. Robert Ratner, chief scientific and medical officer for the ADA, they were constantly looking at the data to try to make the treatment guidelines as personalized and as consistent as possible.

It is worth mentioning the ADA has made its first significant change in their guidelines. It has reduced the bar for its systolic blood pressure goal — going from less than 130 millimeters of mercury (mm/Hg) to less than 140 mm/Hg. 

The U.S. National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute suggests that treating high blood pressure reduces the risk of cardiovascular and kidney diseases.

The second significant change in the ADA’s latest guidelines suggest concentrating on a person’s needs and treatment goals when determining how often to check blood sugar levels.

The new guidelines were published in the January 2013 issue of Diabetes Care.

Experts have long been recommending to take the helpful measures in warding off and fighting diabetes. The good news is that some natural remedies like digestive enzymes may work wonders in helping fight this condition.

There are three key digestive enzymes, namely protease, lipase, and amylase. Scientists suggest these digestive enzymes are important in diabetes management. This is due to the fact that they aid in digesting all three groups of nutrients: proteins, fats and sugars.

Studies have also found digestive enzymes like protease aid in preventing the kidney complications of diabetes. These enzymes may further work wonders in fighting a complication of diabetes called gastroparesis. 

In addition to enhancing digestion, these enzymes may also enhance circulation and this is beneficial since individuals with diabetes tend to have poor blood flow.

Aside from fighting diabetes, it is worth realizing that digestive enzymes have been associated with a myriad of health benefits. This is why today, their use is not just widespread but also highly recommended by experts.

Formulas like Divine Bounty Digestive Enzymes could aid in delivering the disease-fighting benefits of these proteins.

This amazing formula is known for its high potency, and is gaining increasing popularity in the global market. It could be an excellent choice for individuals who want to experience the therapeutic goodness of digestive enzymes.

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