Coming from a family with a long history with diabetes, I grew up surrounded by people with warts on the skin.
The skin tags are not cancerous tumors, which are largely harmless and appear as dark-colored bumps.
They can have as little as half of a pencil eraser to be as big as a fig size.
It is normal that most people have skin tags at some point in their lives, but people more susceptible to warts, are obese, middle-aged adults and the elderly.
Warts tend to occur in parts of the body where friction between the skin is common, such as the neck, armpits and under the breasts.
This occurs mostly in people who are obese.
But this is not just the cause of the appearance of warts, since the appearance of spots on the skin around the neck is one of the possible signs pointing body prediabetes.
Prediabetic are people who are prone to develop diabetes.
Warts may appear years before having a detectable sugar imbalance.
Diabetes is a serious disease that according to forecasts by the World Health Organization (WHO), will be the 7th leading cause of death worldwide in 2030.
Of the two types of diabetes that exist, type 2 diabetes is the most common type which constitute about 90% of cases. People with type 2 diabetes produce insulin that regulates blood sugar, but are not able to make use of it.
Over time, this can affect the entire body.
Studies have found that people with skin tags have C-reactive protein higher levels of cholesterol, triglycerides and blood sugar.
As one of the warning signs your body, the last thing you should do is go to a dermatologist to get rid of them.
The best way to address the spots on the skin, is getting to the root of the problem. This means balancing your levels of blood sugar.
Balance your levels of blood sugar begins with some changes in your lifestyle.
If you suffer from skin blemishes, it is likely to keep a diet high in carbohydrates. While carbohydrates are important to provide our energy bodies, when you eat foods high on the glycemic index (GI) sugar in the blood rises.
White beans and spinach are vegetables low in sugar. Most fruits are low in glycemic index, but keep in mind that your GI will change depending on how comas.
A lack of sleep has been linked to the overeating and obesity. To adjust your diet, you need to make sure you get enough sleep, otherwise you’ll end up eating larger than you really need lots.
Exercise plays an important role in managing pre-diabetes and weight.
If you spend much time sitting at work, be sure to stretch your legs occasionally.
Strength training can also help increase your metabolism. A boost in your metabolism can help the processes regulating blood sugar in your body.
As you know, we’re big fans of turmeric.
The healing properties of turmeric and its pigment orange-yellow, curcumin, are no joke.
Turmeric helps to reduce blood sugar.
Once you have been able to regulate the level of blood sugar, these “warning signs” no longer appear on your body.
Getting rid of warts is a simple process.