In the country – Diabetes, the risk of salaried people – overworked people

Thursday, December 2, 2021, 10.42 a.m. Diabetes, the risk of salaried people – overworked people Revealed if sick and not treated properly May lead to serious complications in the eyes, kidneys, and nervous system. Dr. Somsak Ankasil, Director-General of the Department of Medical Services Concerned about overworked people risk of diabetes The obvious cause is […]

I know “diabetes” if “diabetes can’t be controlled” what will happen?

Get to know what “diabetes” is caused and what kind of diabetes risk factors are. What if diabetes can’t be controlled? What will happen? “Happy Shopping” has the answer. situationdiabetes still have to watch Because in 2021, there are 463 million people with diabetes worldwide, and it is estimated that by 2045 there will be […]

Herbs can help! How to Control Diabetes and the Dangers of Uncontrollable Sweetness

If diabetes can’t be controlled What will happen? high blood pressure Degenerative nerve endings (hands, feet) The wound heals more slowly than usual may cause organ loss macular degeneration diabetic eye chronic renal failure, diabetic kidney disease cerebrovascular disease cardiovascular disease Take care of diabetes. Herbal drink Contains mulberry leaves Jiaogulan and Chiang Da vegetables […]

If “diabetes” cannot be controlled, what will happen to the body?

diabetes caused by abnormalities in the body insufficient production of the hormone insulin cause high blood sugar People at risk of diabetes have a blood sugar level of 126 mg/dL or more. risk factors for diabetes obesity, overweight Eat sweet, salty food smoking drink alcohol no exercise If diabetes can’t be controlled What will happen? […]

FDA recommends reading the GDA label before buying to reduce the risk of diabetes

World Diabetes Day, FDA advises consumers to take advantage of sweet, oily, salty labels to help control the amount of sugar they receive each day. Check the nutrition information on the GDA label before buying to reduce the risk of diabetes. Today (12 Nov) Dr. Withit Saritsadeechaikul, Deputy Secretary-General of the Food and Drug Administration […]