For some people, one of the toughest things to do is to have a healthy diet. In fact, a large portion of the world’s population doesn’t even care about it. They believe in the saying, “you only live once” and eat whatever they want, regardless of the risks.
Exceeding the normal requirement is a common thing that people do nowadays, especially with all the existing instant foods and drinks, fast foods, ‘viral desserts’ etc. Do have this in mind people! Having things in excess would always, ALWAYS get us in trouble. Be it fats, fibres, proteins and sugar. To have a balanced diet is really vital. It reduces the risk of heart-related diseases, balances the immune system and cut the chance of getting diabetes.
Speaking of diabetes, today is actually the World Diabetes Day (WDD)! It aims to globally highlight the importance of being aware of diabetes mellitus. It is a chronic condition where the body manifests a metabolic disorder causing high blood sugar level over a prolonged period. Having high blood sugar level could impose harmful effects on organs, blood valves and nerves.
Did you know that there are 3 types of diabetes? Type 1 is when the insulin (the hormone which breaks down glucose to simpler form) producer (beta cells) are attacked and destroyed by the immune system. Type 2 is when the body does not produce enough insulin. The last type is gestational diabetes, a temporary condition faced by pregnant mothers.
The number of people diagnosed with diabetes is expected to increase up to 522 million by the year 2030. Diabetes is a dangerous disorder, especially when it is one of the leading cause of more severe conditions like blindness, limbs amputation, kidney failure, stroke and even heart disease, yikes! And to make it worse, a huge group of people with diabetes remains undiagnosed.
WDD was created in 1991 by the WHO and IDF (International Diabetes Federation) due to the increasing concerns about the danger of diabetes. WDD has a designated theme for every one or 2 consecutive years. For 2018 and 2019, the grand theme is Family and Diabetes. Through this theme, WDD aims to highlight the effect that diabetes has on the family and encourage the role of the family in the management, care, prevention and education of diabetes.
Family members should be proactive and supportive of the diabetic patient, particularly during travel. Always bring along the medications and supplements. Worry about the space and easiness to carry them? Don’t worry! D’yom Herbs has the solution! D’yom Herbs come in slim bottles, suitable to be brought along. D’yom won’t neglect your wellness when you’re on the go! So which of the D’yom Herbs product would be suitable for those with diabetes?
The answer is The Cherry Leaf Extract! The extract contains saponin, a chemical component that could naturally reduce the blood sugar level in diabetic patients and restore it to the normal level. Cherry leaf extracts also contain flavonoid and tannins which attacks bacteria that disturbs body functions. On top of that, the extract can help speed up wound recovery!
Never neglect the wellness of yourself and your loved ones at any time. Let’s play our role, starting from now!
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