Facts About Diabetes

Since the 1980s’, the number of people with diabetes continued to skyrocket due to complex causes but the main culprit is obesity and being overweight. In 2016, the World Health Organization called for action in order to reduce the number of diabetics. It’s an on-going process and maybe, knowing the following facts will alarm you and trigger a change in your lifestyle in accordance to preventing Diabetes:

  1. The prevalence of Diabetes has been strong that it is one of the top causes of death in the world.
  2. Diabetes is the result of uncontrolled high blood sugar which means it can be prevented if treated properly early on.
  3. 4 out of 5 overweight people have a high risk of having Diabetes.
  4. If Diabetes is not treated properly, it may destroy your organs and it will start to malfunction.
  5. Diabetes can be prevented through a healthier lifestyle.

     

     

Having a healthier lifestyle means observing a well-balanced diet meal every day, more physical activities, healthy methods of losing weight and controlling blood sugar through supplements.

When it comes to supplements, it’s best to look for Ampalaya supplements or anything that has the combination of Ampalaya, Banaba, Luyang Dilaw and Bawang. According to studies these ingredients are popular for its health benefits like managing insulin levels, lowering blood sugar levels, aids in managing diabetes symptoms and stimulating the pancreas, spleen and liver to intensify absorption—these ingredients may be able to deliver aid especially for blood sugar control—the must-try product that has all these ingredients is BitterGo. It has all the ingredients needed for aiding in blood sugar control! Ampalaya has the ability to lower the amount of sugar in the blood, Banaba helps in controlling the spike up of sugar levels, Luyang Dilaw promotes good control in blood sugar levels and Bawang/Garlic helps in increasing insulin which improves the body’s glucose tolerance and helps in lowering cholesterol levels as well.

 

 

 

Source: http://www.who.int/features/factfiles/diabetes/en/