Recently compiled data show that approximately 250 million people have diabetes
mellitus worldwide, and that this number will skyrocket to 380 million within
twenty years if nothing is done. Much of this increase will occur in developing
countries and will be due to population growth, ageing, unhealthy diets, obesity
and sedentary lifestyles.
Life expectancy may be halved by this disease, if not attended properly.
In developed countries such as the USA, where sophisticated therapy is widely
available, more deaths are attributed to diabetes than to lung cancer, breast
cancer, or motor vehicle accidents.
Diabetes not only costs life but also leads to adult blindness, kidney failure,
gangrene, neuropathy, heart attacks and strokes at the later stage of the disease.
This site is going to give you a sound background
about diabetes and the metabolic process
in your body showing you a comprehensive
view to manage the diabetes problems alternatively
without any side effects.