Blood Sugar Support Advanced Formula

How long before a diabetic goes blind?

Normally, it takes 10 years of exposure to high blood sugar before you notice very serious complications to your nervous system, eyes, kidney, and even the brain.

Some Complications of High Sugar: • Numbness in Fingertips and Toes • Infections • Kidney Leaks Protein • Nerves of the Eyes get destroyed

High levels of glucose combined with proteins in the tissue create this situation called Glycated Proteins. The nerves of the eye are fed to the vascular system, if the blood vessels to the nerve can’t flow blood anymore, the nerves die – which causes blindness in a diabetic person. It is a condition called diabetic retinopathy.

• Normal Fasting Blood Glucose: Between 70 – 90

• Prediabetic: 100 – 125

• Diabetic: Over a 125

Last updated: Feb 02, 2023 02:42 AM