10 FOODS THAT CAN ASSIST YOU TO CONTROL DIABETES
Diabetes is a prevalent ailment to scourge society. It is a metabolic disorder that is caused by the inability of the pancreas to produce the hormone insulin. In order to reduce your risk of diabetes, try integrating these foods into your diet.
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