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Are beets beneficial for diabetes?

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Beets are considered a super food for everyone including diabetics. It helps in lowering high blood pressure that is very common in people with type 2 diabetes. It works by lowering blood pressure because of the nitrate present in it. It also prevents nerve damage, which is a common occurrence in diabetic people.

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Wow, I did not know that beet can be so useful for diabetes. I am surely going to tell my mother about it.

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I have heel pain and need arch support for my tired feet. I first wore them around the house for an hour or two at a time, as suggested. This past weekend I ventured out to work my daughters Girl Scout cookie booths. I was on my feet 2 hours straight and my feet felt great. orthofeet shoe really helps me do my job and cuts down on the pain I have once I am off my feet.

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