Number of Children with Diabetes Jumps 14% Between 2000-2008

Mike Barrett
Natural Society

The Western lifestyle and average American diet pave a smooth road for developing various illnesses and diseases. Over the years, food has become more processed, less natural, and filled with even greater amounts of toxic additives and ingredients than in the past. The overall lifestyle changes over the years are leading a large number of adults and children alike to experience the onset of many health conditions – with some recent research pointing out that the number of children with diabetes increased 14% between 2000 and 2008.

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