Most of you already know that diabetes is a serious disease that leads to potentially life threatening complications such as heart disease, stroke, kidney disease, blindness, and amputation. It is a silent, progressive illness that sneaks up on individuals over the years, and is a leading cause of death across the world. Chances are that someone you know and love is suffering from diabetes.
It's time to take massive action to combat diabetes. It is our responsibility to take a bold, preventive approach, and that's exactly what WSR&F is doing. In recent years, the American Diabetes Association reports that:
- 24 million children and adults in the United States live with diabetes
- 57 million Americans are at risk for type 2 diabetes
- 1 out of every 3 children born today will face a future with diabetes if current trends continue.
Like the child on the beach saving starfishes one at a time, WSR&F is reaching out to it's friends to help make a dent in this preventable disease. So, we're going all out over the next few weeks.
To get your free eBook with lots of critical information on preventing and managing diabetes through simple exercise, just follow these four simple steps:
1. Leave a comment on this post!
2. Add a comment on the WSR&F Facebook Group page!
Visit the WSR&F Facebook Group Page and leave a comment on the main thread I started specifically for the giveaway. It’s the one that starts with “I’m giving away a FREE copy of…” .
3. Tweet out the giveaway on Twitter!
Simply tweet out (copy and paste into Twitter) the following message:
Work Systems is giving away FREE copy of “Exercising with Diabetes” eBook over on @tvmolen – http://worksystems.blogspot.com.
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There... that's all. Not only will you get important exercise information, but I've recently updated the eBook to include some excellent information on some simple nutritional changes that can also help prevent and manage this disease.
Get well! Stay well!