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The Links Between Diabetes – Inflammation – Heart Disease

The Links Between Diabetes – Inflammation – Arterial Damage – Heart Disease – & the
Risk of Limb Amputations

Why is  inflammation so important?
Inflammation is the result of FREE RADICAL DAMAGE.

When there is an abundance of FREE RADICALS in the body, those FREE RADICALS cause a tremendous amount of damage throughout the entire body.  It is the leading cause of disease, premature aging and death.

But focusing on the results of FREE RADICAL DAMAGE in the diabetic, we see:

  • Damage occurs to the arteries that transport the FREE RADICALS
  • The FREE RADICAL DAMAGE is what irritates the artery walls
  • The body’s response to that arterial wall damage is to cover the injuries with cholesterol plaque

The build up of plaque causes:

  • Narrowing of the the arteries
  • Causing reduced blood flow or ischemia to the end organ, muscle or tissue

When the blood gets totally cut off to the end organ, muscle or tissue – that area of the body dies causing:

  • Heart attacks
  • Strokes
  • Limb – feet, legs, toes – death or gangrene causing
  • Amputations
  • Kidney failure resulting in dialysis
  • Blindness caused by blocked blood vessels in the eyes
  • Rapid overall premature aging

This can all be dramatically reduces or prevented if gotten to early enough by effectively reducing the massive amounts of FREE RADICALS and their resulting damage.

I will be sending you educational emails and videos in the days and weeks ahead

If you desire to speed up the process and want to immediately get to reducing your levels of FREE RADICALS and the damage they do, then email me at DrNoreenPicken@gmail.com and I’ll forward you the tools you need to take immediate action to combat this life-threatening situation diabetes creates.

Dedicated to your healthy future,
Dr. Noreen Picken, BA, BS, DC
Nutritional Researcher & Longevity Specialist

To contact me by email – DrNoreenPicken@gmail.com
To contact me by phone – 1-512-734-5065


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