Wondering what blood sugar has to do with you, if you don’t have diabetes? Keeping your blood sugar levels as steady as possiblenow may help you avoid getting diabetes later. “As you get older, your risk for type 2 diabetes goes up,” says Alissa Rumsey, Registered Dietitian and Spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. “Since you can’t modify your age, it is important to take other steps to lower your risk, including maintaining a healthy weight, getting enough exercise, and balancing your diet to prevent spikes in blood sugar.”
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There’s an endless supply of new skin care products hitting drugstores and specialty stores every day, but that doesn’t mean you necessarily need them. Shopping for skin care can be both expensive and time consuming. And there’s nothing more frustrating than bringing home a pricey cream only to discover that it doesn’t even work.