Monday, May 25, 2009

The Judge Says...

The American Idol Season 8 had just closed its curtain not long ago, with what could be considered as the biggest shock of all seasons since everyone was rooting for Adam Lambert to emerge as the eventual winner instead.

Well, we are definitely not going to discuss about who the real winner is, what we suppose to put in great concerns here, is, of course, health issues. And what is more, health issues which relate to diabetes.

So, what is the connection between the scary word, diabetes and American Idol?

Actually, one of the judges from the famous reality show, Randy Jackson was actually diagnosed to have diabetes back in the year of 2001.

If we look through his very own family background, the disease actually has a little bit connection with heredity. Randy was suffering from diabetes for ages without actually realizing that he was one of the 21 millions Americans. (Whereas for Malaysians, as dated in the year of 2007, 1.2 million people were suffering this disease, and the number will keep increasing as the years pass by in the near future)

Randy had since become the spokesperson for the American Heart Association's The Heart of Diabetes Campaign. Even the Grammy-winning musician cum American Idol judge advised the community that a balance diet and frequent physical activities are vital to prevent the disease in knocking on your virtual door.

But most importantly, it is essential for us to first prevent ourselves from being the ones who suffer from this deadly disease. After all, prevention is better than cure.

To free yourself from this disease, consuming GT&F Milk Powder is greatly essential. The milk provides important substances named GTF (Glucose Tolerance Factor) which is a long-gone substances from our body as we grow older. This substance acts as the activator in stimulating the functions of insulin hormones (hormones which effectively directs the blood sugar to be absorbed by body cells). With such wonderful substance replenished in our body, sweet sugar in the blood stream will be reduced drastically in a few months time. (the time frame varies base on every single individuals)

Here's a video about Randy Jackson's views on diabetes. Enjoy!

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