Diabetes is a disease where your body cannot control its blood sugar levels properly – either because your body doesn’t make enough (or any) insulin, or because your cells have become resistant to insulin.
Insulin is produced in the pancreas, it is important because it helps your body process sugars. Diabetes can affect the body in many other ways, including eye disease, foot ulceration, kidney failure, amputation and a higher risk of heart disease. Keeping your blood sugar at a safe level means you’re less likely to experience other health problems.
If diabetes is diagnosed and managed effectively, you can still live a long and happy life as long as you stay in control. There are also many people in Fiji living with diabetes who may not even know it because they don’t have the symptoms, it is important to get your blood sugar tested regularly to avoid Diabetes related complications further down the track.
The 2002 STEPS survey identified that out of the 16% diabetics, 50% of them were previously unrecognised which is an alarmingly high number. Given the fact that 30% of Fijians have Diabetes, you have a 1 in 3 chance of having or developing diabetes. Early detection and treatment of diabetes can decrease the risk of developing the complications of diabetes.
The best way to check if you have diabetes or are at risk is to visit your local health centre. This chart shows the different levels of blood glucose, what are safe levels and what are dangerous levels depending on when you last ate.


Even if you have no symptoms at all, it is important to get tested as you may still have diabetes. You can prevent or delay the onset of Type 2 diabetes through adopting a healthy lifestyle. By changing your diet, increasing your level of physical activity and maintaining a healthy weight, you can stay healthier, live longer and reduce your risk of Type 2 Diabetes. Type 2 diabetes occurs when your cells have become insulin resistant or your body doesn’t produce enough insulin to keep you healthy. En Espanol: Una respuesta herbolaria para aquellos que estan buscando controlar el peso y el azA?car en la sangre. The rate of sugar transport during Glucosol supplementation is twice that of the control condition. The slow sugar decrease after a meal (before supplementation) is characteristic of Type II Diabetes. Its name (Mellitus) means sweet, referring to the taste of the urine when sugar is present. It is estimated that 90% - 95% of those over 20 experience some problems with blood sugar metabolism. Note: Any weight loss program should be approved and monitored by your medical practitioner.
Persons with low fruit and vegetable intake (at least the lower one-fourth of the population) experience about twice the risk of cancer and as compared to those with high intake, even after controlling for potentially confounding factors.


Currently almost 1 in every 3 Fijians is being diagnosed with diabetes, that’s 30% of the population. You can always visit your nearest diabetes hub to get your sugar checked ad learn how to stay in control of your diabetes. They can check your blood glucose (sugar) levels there and assess any symptoms you may have. Type 2 diabetes is more common than Type 1, it is also more easily avoided if the correct healthy lifestyle is adopted. However, some people with Type 2 diabetes have symptoms so mild that they go unnoticed so it is always best to get your blood sugar levels tested by a medical professional. Solo una capsula diaria ayuda a bajar naturalmente el azA?car en la sangre sin efectos adversos. El A?cido Corosolico ha probado que puede bajar efectivamente el azA?car en la sangre, aun cuando los sujetos son dependientes de la insulina.



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