World Health day...Beat Diabetes

World Health day...Beat Diabetes


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World Health day...Beat Diabetes
Posted in 2016
World Health Day 2016: 

6th April 2016 is World Health Day...World Health Organization focused on Diabetes this year because the statistical data of Diabetes is increasing rapidly...
At present, type 1 diabetes cannot be prevented. The environmental triggers that are thought to generate the process that results in the destruction of the body’s insulin-producing cells are still under investigation.

While there are a number of factors that influence the development of type 2 diabetes, it is evident that the most influential are lifestyle behaviours commonly associated with urbanization. These include consumption of unhealthy foods and inactive lifestyles with sedentary behaviour. Studies from different parts of the world have established that lifestyle modification with physical activity and/or healthy diet can delay or prevent the onset of type 2 diabetes.

You ask your Grand father or Great grand father if any body suffered from Diabetes. You will get answer as NO. Because they followed Healthy life style, Healthy food etc.. Now every one forget their Food habits, Healthy life style due to which even small kid of age is below 10 years is depend on Insulin...If you ask your child where we get Health ?immediately your child replies HOSPITAL OR DOCTOR. This is situation we are seeing in common.
If this situation continues what will be the future of our young Generation? I advise every one to protect your Health by following with your Healthy food, Healthy life style etc..and teach your children. Every one knows PREVENTION IS BETTER THAN CURE so prevent Diabetes and Live Happy and Healthy. 

My advise
1....  Modern lifestyles are characterised by physical inactivity and long sedentary periods. Community-based interventions can reach individuals and families through campaigns, education, social marketing and encourage physical activity both inside and outside school and the workplace. IDF recommends physical activity at least between three to five days a week, for a minimum of 30-45 minutes.
2.... Healthy choices can be promoted in specific settings (school, workplace and home) and contribute to better health for everyone. They include exercising regularly and eating wisely which will help to maintain normal levels of blood glucose, blood pressure and lipids.
3...  There is overwhelming evidence from studies in the USA, Finland, China, India and Japan that lifestyle changes (achieving a healthy body weight and moderate physical activity) can help prevent the development of type 2 diabetes in those at high risk.
4.... The Da Qing Study examined the effect of a 6-year diet and exercise intervention in Chinese individuals with Impaired Glucose Tolerance (IGT) and an average age of 45. The diet intervention alone was associated with a 31% reduction in the risk of developing type 2 diabetes, while the exercise intervention alone showed a 46% reduction. The combined diet and exercise group had a similar 42% reduction in the risk of developing type 2 diabetes during a 6-year follow-up period.
5.... The Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP)  was conducted in 3234 US adults with IGT. Unlike most previous studies, the cohort was diverse and included a large proportion of women (68%) and ethnic minorities (45%), and compared lifestyle intervention versus drug intervention (metformin) and a placebo control group over 2.8 years. The DPP reported that both lifestyle intervention and metformin had positive effects on the prevention of type 2 diabetes and restoring normal glucose tolerance. The lifestyle intervention was more effective in preventing type 2 diabetes, particularly in older adults.
6...  The Indian Diabetes Prevention Programm (IDPP) was a prospective community-based study, that examined whether the progression to type 2 diabetes could be influenced by interventions in native Asian Indians with IGT who were younger, leaner and more insulin resistant than in multiethnic American, Finnish and Chinese populations Results showed that progression of IGT to type 2 diabetes is high in native Asian Indians. Both lifestyle modification and metformin significantly reduced the incidence of type 2 diabetes in Asian Indians with IGT.
7....  Do physical exercise or walking 5 days in a week about 35 minutes per day..  Avoid unhealthy food and deep fried food.  Follow healthy food

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  1. Searching for Virtual World Health Day Celebration? With the majority of the global workforce working virtually from their homes, creating awareness around a healthy and balanced lifestyle is of utmost importance.

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