In diabetics, it can take several years to develop kidney disease. Some people don't even notice changes until wastes build up to unsafe levels. Therefore, it is very important to get tested for diabetic kidney disease annually to help prevent serious complications.
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Does diabetic kidney disease develop suddenly?
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Are celiac disease and polymyalgia rheumatica related?
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No. Though many patients with celiac disease can have joint and muscle pains that may mimic and be mistaken for various types of arthritis, such as polymyalgia rheumatica, the treatments are completely different. A person with arthritis will have no benefit from going on the kind of gluten-free diet that helps celiac disease sufferers.Helpful? 1 person found this helpful.
What is the relationship between nutrition and coronary heart disease?
Your diet can play a critical role in reducing your risk of heart disease. One study found that people ages 70 to 90 who ate a heart-friendly diet rich in wholesome carbs and healthy fats (along with increased exercise) had a 65 percent to 73 percent lower rate of death from all chronic disease, including heart disease.
Foods full of unhealthy fats and sugars can cause inflammation and plaque buildup in your arteries, a ripe recipe for a heart attack or stroke. The right diet can help keep your arteries clear and work to cut your risk.
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