The Diabetes Surprise In Your Next Meal, July 26, 2014

There may be a diabetes surprise in your next meal.  Niyaz Gosmanov, M.D., Director, Diabetes Center, Oklahoma City VA Medical Center and Assistant Professor, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center tells us what happens when we eat processed foods.  What we are eating can create problems resulting in metabolic syndrome and diabetes.

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