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Why Growing More Capillaries Matters, Especially If You Are Diabetic

Here’s how, and it’s not too hard

Photo by Jordan Heath on Unsplash

The disease of diabetes has dire consequences for the health of our vascular system — our arteries, veins and capillaries. These vital pipelines become clogged up with excess sugar in our blood. This clogging results in nerves, cells and organs dying, e.g. hairs falling out, nerve pain as they…

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