Menopausal women can reduce their risk of diabetes by 30%.

Karen Fitzpatrick-Dame, ChhC, AADP

Roughly 10% of women in the US have something called pre-diabetes. Each year about 10% of those women will become full blown diabetes.

A new study in the July 2024 Vol 50 of "Diabetes & Metabolism" looked at 20 years of data, using thousands of women between the ages of 45-60 who already had been given a diagnosis of pre-diabetes which is a hemoglobin A1C between 5.7 and 6.4.

The study showed that in these women with pre-diabetes, the risk of developing full blown diabetes is reduced by 30% by being on menopausal hormone therapy.

This is important because if you can decrease the risk of developing diabetes by 30% using hormone therapy that would be quite an improvement in your health and well-being.

Consider DesBio Homeopathic Hormones which are safer than prescription and very effective.