350 Million People Worldwide Have Type 2 Diabetes.
35 Million People Die Due To The Symptoms of Diabetes Each Year.
Are You Concerned About This Condition?
Congratulations, you have entered an information portal which is designed to show you how to live a healthy lifestyle with diabetes or live healthy and significantly reduce the risk of the condition.
Why Do So Many People Have Diabetes?
In our research around the world the answer to this question varies according to where you live.
In most cases it is down to lifestyle, some people eat the wrong foods because they cannot afford the right food. Other people eat too much of the wrong food, because it is more convenient to eat foods which they like or are quick to prepare or they can take away and eat easily. Too many people eat too much food and over indulge in foods which the body has difficulty dealing with, often because they contain too much sugar.
It is not just food which matters, what we drink is important too, the amount of sugar we consume is crucial if we want to avoid conditions like Diabetes, the problem is, much of the drink we consume often contains large amounts of sugar, they also often contain other chemicals which when consumed in large quantities are not good for our bodies either.
Too many people still smoke cigarettes which contaminate their bodies adding to the risk of conditions like type 2 Diabetes.
This whole process is further aggravated by the lack of exercise due to the modern way of life.
What is Diabetes Portal?
Diabetes portal has been created to help its visitors, members and subscribers understand what causes Diabetes, how to recognise the condition, how to live with it and how to reduce the risk of being diagnosed with a condition which can lead to far more serious conditions.
Diabetes Portal is a growing source of information in the form of Articles, Blog Posts and News which our research team find, designed to help you understand Diabetes and the actions you can take to reduce the effect of this condition.
Who is Diabetes Portal For?
Diabetes Portal is for anyone who wants to know more about the condition, how to live with it and how to reduce the risk of being diagnosed with it. Our goal is to educate as many people as possible how to live healthy and significantly reduce the risks that type 2 Diabetes brings with it.
Why Type 2 Diabetes?
Over 80% of the people diagnosed with Diabetes have type 2. Type 2 diabetes can be avoided if people live a healthier life style and manage their life better than many do today.
It is True 350 Million People Worldwide have Diabetes.
Many more stand the risk of being diagnosed and are still not taking any action, are you one of them?
Today is the day that you need to start taking action and take a close look at your lifestyle to ensure you avoid becoming another statistic in the battle against Diabetes.
All you need to do to get started is click the Healthy Living button below and find out more about Healthy Living with Type 2 Diabetes. Let me stress if 350 million people have diabetes there are many more that have it and just don’t know or are living a lifestyle where they risk having the condition in the future, are you one of them?
You can live a healthy lifestyle even with type 2 Diabetes if you are prepared to change your life style, so why not join us as we share a range of valuable information designed to help as many people as possible live healthy and reduce the risk of Diabetes.
You can start as a Free member by clicking the button below and registering today. As a member you can gain access to a growing amount of information designed to help you live healthy. Start by claiming your free report called Living with Type 2 Diabetes.
We look forward to welcoming you to Diabetes Portal real soon.
From the Diabetes Portal research Team.
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In my last post I spoke about the education process and why you probably missed out in your early life, today I want to talk about another lesson you may have missed.
Posted: Wednesday 3rd July 2013
One of the most important things to know in life is described in this blog, if you are serious about how long you live and how well you live then you need to read today’s post.
In todays Blog post I want to share a very important message for anyone who is concerned about Diabetes.
Every day we hear the word on radio and TV and in other media and most people think it won’t happen to them. Take note as it is happening to someone near you.
It is amazing how few people are diagnosed with this condition in the early stages often because they do not recognise the symptoms.
Healthy Living is crucial if you want to reduce the risk of Diabetes or you want to live healthy even though you already have the condition, in this book we will share the facts about living healthy.
There is very little more uncomforatble than being told you have a condition which will affect your life. In my experience the first thought is what is it and how will I be able to cope now I am ill. If what I have just said fits your circumstances or those of someone you know then you are in the right place. Please read on.
Today we launch our first subscription which has been created to help anyone concerned about Diabetes live a healthy life style.
Can you imagine 3 million people out of 60 million have been diagnosed with Diabetes in te UK. Most of these cases are Type 2 diabetes, caused by the UK's ageing population and rapidly rising numbers of overweight and obese people. Another 850,000 people are thought to have undiagnosed Type 2 diabetes.
Mindset – our thoughts determine our actions and our actions affect the way we live. With the help from our resident mind coach we will be sharing a range of brilliant simple exercises you can do which will ensure you create the healthy lifestyle which we are sure by now you desire.
It is important to keep diabetes under control to avoid diabetes problems occurring. Dealing with diabetes can be challenging, but worse can be some of the complications the condition causes including renal and cardiovascular disease, eye deterioration and problems with peripheral blood vessels.
Did you know it only takes 30 days to create a habit, the challenge is once you have created a habit most people just don’t now how to stop bad habits and replace them with good habits. We will be sharing some amazingly simple techniques you can use to get ride of habits which aggravate your condition and replace them with habits which will improve your quality of life.