Diabetes is a chronic disease, which affects millions of people around the world. By the Estimation of IDF in the year 2015, approximate 269.7 Million people with diabetes lived in urban areas around the world and approx 145.1 million were lived with diabetes in rural areas around the world. In 2015 IDF estimates that more than two-thirds of people with diabetes in Africa are undiagnosed. In the middle east and North America, four out of ten adults with diabetes are Undiagnosed.
In 2015 IDF estimates that:
One in 11 adults has diabetes.
One in two adults with diabetes is undiagnosed.
12% of global health expenditure is spent on diabetes.
One in seven births is affected by Gestational Diabetes.
542,000 children have type 1 diabetes.
Researches show that diabetes begins when something changes your body’s energy into food.
Diabetes can be reduced using these positive lifestyles.
Extra Physical activity can reduce the risk of diabetes. It increases the insulin sensitivity of your cell. One study in people at risk of diabetes found that burning more than 2,000 calories weekly via exercise was required to reduce diabetes.
One study tells that a daily walk is enough to reduce the risk of diabetes.
How many steps one should have to make.
approx 1300 steps make 1 km distance approx.
7,192 steps should a man take every day.
5,210 steps should a woman take every day.
2,000-3,000 steps per day for Sedentary people.
Drink Water as your primary Beverages
Some studies have found that increased water consumption may lead to better blood sugar control and insulin response.
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