While there is ample information available on how to prevent Type 2 diabetes, it seems as if more attention is given to its treatment. Which means people are not looking to prevent Type 2 diabetes, and this leads to the development of the condition in those who are susceptible to the disease. There is no doubt heredity plays a role, and a strong family history of diabetes is a significant risk factor. But an environment that favors overeating and inactivity are also fueling the worldwide diabetes epidemic.
With a diabetes diagnosis, an individual considers treatment more seriously than he or she ever considered prevention. It’s a shame not enough attention is given to prevention because it’s clearly a better option than to have to treat it. Especially when you consider preventing unstable and high blood sugar readings are not as complicated as many have been led to believe.
Type 2 diabetes is a predictable disease. It’s easy to determine if or when it would likely develop in many adults. By taking an objective measure of one’s health and determining the presence of