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This is Alarming Child diabetes on the Rise

May 6, 2014

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This is Alarming Child diabetes on the Rise

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Before you read this alarming article about child diabetes and why it is on the rise you, first most know a few facts. A Child’s body is 75%+ water, his brain is 80% water and his or her blood is 95% water. So, wouldn’t make sense that the majority of the fluid your child drinks should be water, sadly this is not true that is why child diabetes is on the rise, most American children are drinking sugary drinks like, sodas, sports drinks etc.

Think about this, if your Child’s brain is 80% water and he or she is drinking mainly sodas or other sugary drinking, do you see what I am getting at. You think maybe this is the reason Autism, ADD, ADHD, what about the kids that cannot seem to concentrate during school or how about the ones that fall asleep in class.

The next time you are at a restaurant look around see what kids are drinking, what is the first thing your own Child wants when asked what would you like to drink.

There is another issue, the water most Americans are drinking is poison contaminated with toxic chemicals, tap water, bottle water any store bought water, if you think distilled water and reverse osmosis water is good for you go check out kangendemo.com.

Is there hope? YES

Leave it to the Japanese’s to come up with it. In Japan the hospitals have been using a medical device that makes restructured alkaline water for decades, understand that Japan is the number one healthiest country in the world America is now down around 40 on the list. The Japanese have come up with a medical device that hooks up to your kitchen sink and takes your city water and converts it to the best alkaline water you can drink, the device also takes out the contaminates that are in the water, hundreds of restaurants and hotels also have these devices in their place of business here in the US, it has only been here in the States for a few years but it is spreading among our country very rapid.

You can go to drinknatureswater.com for more information

Now please read on and pass the information off to your friends and family, this is a way for us to stop Child diabetes, we have to do it ourslves the government will not tell you the truth, there is to much money involved in giving out drugs.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
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Diabetes is one of the most common chronic diseases in children and adolescents; about 151,000 people below the age of 20 years have diabetes.

When diabetes strikes during childhood, it is routinely assumed to be type 1, or juvenile-onset diabetes. However, in the last 2 decades, type 2 diabetes (formerly known as adult-onset diabetes) has been reported among U.S. children and adolescents with increasing frequency. Also, studies conducted in Europe showed an increase in the frequency of type 1 diabetes, especially in young children. The US also show a dramatic increase in type 1 diabetes.
This is how bad it is getting.

CDC Initiatives

In response to this growing public health concern, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the National Institutes of Health (NIH) are funding a 5-year, multicenter study, SEARCH for Diabetes in Youth, to examine the current status of diabetes among children and adolescents in the United States.

For years doctors have warned of a rising epidemic of diabetes among children. Yet there has been surprisingly little firm data on the extent of this disease among younger Americans.
Now a nationally representative study has confirmed that from 2001 to 2009 the incidence of Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes drastically increased among children and adolescents across racial groups.
The prevalence of Type 1 diabetes increased 21 percent among children up to age 19, the study found. The prevalence of Type 2 diabetes among those ages 10 to 19 rose 30 percent during the period.

Those are “big numbers,” said Dr. Robin S. Goland, a co-director of the Naomi Berrie Diabetes Center at Columbia University Medical Center in New York, who has been in practice for about 25 years. “In my career, Type 1 diabetes was a rare disease in children, and Type 2 disease didn’t exist. And I’m not that old.”
The analysis, published on Saturday in JAMA, the journal of the American Medical Association, includes data from more than three million children younger than 20 in five states — California, Colorado, Ohio, South Carolina and Washington — as well as from selected American Indian reservations.

The increase will have public health consequences, the researchers said. More children will enter adulthood at increased risk of early complications, and diabetes is harder to treat in children than in adults. Younger patients also still have reproductive years ahead of them.
“Diabetes in pregnancy is a risk factor for diabetes in the next generation,” Dr. Dabelea said.

Why is diabetes among children on the rise?

Sugar-sweetened soft drinks contribute 7.1% of total energy intake and represent the largest single food source of calories in the US diet.1 Coincidentally or not, the rise of obesity and type 2 diabetes in the United States parallels the increase in sugar-sweetened soft drink consumption.2 Several studies have found an association between sugar-sweetened beverages and incidence of obesity in children.3,4 In one study, the odds ratio of becoming obese increased 1.6 times for each additional sugar-sweetened drink consumed every day.3 Increased diet soda consumption is associated with childhood obesity.

This is how bad 1 soda are, it takes 32 glasses of the best alkaline water you can drink to neutralize 1 soda. How many sodas are you drinking per day and what about your child?
The western diet, obesity.

After reading this article, you can see this is no Joke. It is your responsibility to take hold of your children’s health their future depends on it.

Change your water change you life

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