As of 2014, there are 422 diagnosed diabetics worldwide, and this number is rapidly increasing. Increasingly more cases are recorded from middle and low-income countries, and this has alarmed the medical neighborhood.
< br/ > The World Health Company (WHO) has listed Diabetes as one of the leading causes of death with over one million casualties each year. It is likewise the major cause of blindness, lower limb amputation, heart attack, kidney failure and stroke. With such a high casualty and a great deal of possible health problems, it is advised that diabetics and those at threat take appropriate care of themselves.
< br/ > This book features chapters that are committed to making sure that you have sufficient details to stay healthy and live a normal life regardless of your condition. It contains the following details:
< br/ > • Standard Info about Diabetes
< br/ > • Suggested Diet plan for Diabetics
< br/ > • Diabetes-Friendly Menu
< br/ > • Suggested Exercises and Physical Activities for Diabetics
< br/ > • 12-month guide on the best ways to stay healthy
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