Mayo Clinic Researchers found tight glycemic control (maintenance of a hemoglobin A1C value lower than 7.0) had no significant impact on patient outcomes relating to end-stage renal disease or dialysis, renal death, blindness and clinical Neuropathy. Published August 30, 2016. National Kidney Foundation states that up to 40% of diabetics will develop Kidney failure. The American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO) state that 100% of all diabetics who have the disease long enough eventually will develop at least some degree of diabetic retinopathy. 60% of all Diabetes will develop neuropathy. Diabetes is the number one cause of non-traumatic amputations in the US. If present treatments for diabetes were working like we are told these facts and the fact that diabetes shortens your life by 10 years would not be true.
What Changed? What did the research done by USC and Oxford show? If sugar is what causes type 2 Diabetes, how did a 6.7% increase in sugar consumption from 1966 to 2016 cause according to the USDA cause a 400% increase in the number of people with Diabetes since 1980?
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