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Risk Factors For High Glucose

Risk Factors For High Glucose
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Glucose is one of the most important biomarkers of our health and our lifestyle. It’s directly correlated to the food that we eat as well as the stress that we’re under and if you spend a lot of time sedentary or sitting a desk all day, that also can increase your blood glucose over time. Tracking glucose is especially important for individuals with pre-diabetes and diabetes because these diseases are characterized by abnormal glucose metabolism.

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