Believe it or not, fragrances can be a trigger to diabetes. Hormone-disrupting fragrance chemicals in household air fresheners, perfumes, colognes, and common cleaning products are loaded with fat-promoting chemicals tied to increased diabetes risk.
Believe it or not,smoke can be a trigger to diabetes. Your neighbor's wood-burning stove. A 2012 study from researchers at the Harvard School of Public Health found that long-term exposure to fine particulate air pollution—the type created from wood-burning stoves and industrial activities—can lead to a significant increase in hospitalizations for not just heart and lung disease, but also diabetes.
Believe it or not, the water bottle you tote to the gym can be a trigger to diabetes. What is the connection? The connection is that Lab studies have linked bisphenol A, or BPA, to accelerated fat-cell growth and disrupted pancreatic cell functioning, which can lead to insulin resistance.
Believe it or not, scented candles can be a trigger for diabetes because they contain Phthalates. Phthalates are plasticizing, hormone-disrupting chemicals dubbed "obesogens" for their likely ability to promote weight gain.
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Believe it or not, Just as phthalates lurk in scented candles, they're added to personal care products to disperse their aromas, so you're likely washing, lathering, and moisturizing with artificially scented products containing the chemicals
Your body loses its natural ability to regulate hormone levels when you're sleep deprived. In fact, even one night of little sleep can cause the body to show signs of insulin resistance, a major risk factor for diabetes
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