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Diabetes UK - Know diabetes. Fight diabetes. | Diabetes UK
Posted: (2 days ago) We are Diabetes UK, the leading charity for people living with diabetes in the UK. Our vision is a world where diabetes can do no harm.
Coronavirus vaccines and diabetes | Latest updates ...
Posted: (1 months ago) If you have diabetes, we strongly encourage you to get the coronavirus vaccine and take whichever vaccine you're offered. This is because people with diabetes are vulnerable to developing a severe illness if they do get coronavirus, and vaccines are the most effective way to prevent that from happening. Most people with diabetes are in priority group six.
Recipe finder - Enjoy Food | Diabetes UK
Posted: (4 months ago) Recipe finder - Enjoy food. An important part of managing your diabetes is to eat a healthy balanced diet – there's no such thing as a diabetic diet or diabetic recipes.. Cooking from scratch gives you control over what you eat. Follow our recipes and you’ll know the exact amount of carbs, sugar, fat and calories in what you’re eating.
Facts & Figures | Diabetes UK
Posted: (2 days ago) More people than ever have diabetes. More people than ever are at risk of type 2 diabetes. If nothing changes, more than five million people will have diabetes in the UK by 2025. Around 90% of people with diabetes have type 2 diabetes. Around 8% of people with diabetes have type 1 diabetes.
Diabetes information in different languages | Diabetes UK
Posted: (2 days ago) Are you looking for diabetes information in languages other than English? We’ve translated some of our key patient information and education resources into several different languages below. They’re packed with tips on everything from diet to treatment and prevention. You can also order printed copies of some publications in foreign languages from our shop.
I have type 2 diabetes – what can I eat? | Diabetes UK
Posted: (2 days ago) If you've just been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes, one of the first things you might be worried about is food. You’re likely to be faced with what seems like an endless list of new tasks. Medical appointments, taking medication, stopping smoking, being more active and eating a healthy, balanced diet – it can all seem so daunting and overwhelming.
Diagnostic criteria for diabetes | Diabetes UK
Posted: (2 days ago) World Health Organisation (WHO) recommendations. Diabetes UK supports the diagnostic criteria published by the WHO in 2006: "definition and diagnosis of diabetes mellitus and intermediate hyperglycaemia".Diabetes UK also welcomes the 2011 decision by the WHO to accept the use of HbA1c testing in diagnosing diabetes: "use of glycated haemoglobin in the diagnosis of diabetes mellitus".
Carbohydrates and diabetes: What you need to know ...
Posted: (2 days ago) Many of us rely on carbohydrates as our main source of energy. Carbohydrate-containing foods also provide important nutrients for good health. All the carbohydrates you eat and drink are broken down into glucose. The type, and amount, you consume can make a difference to your blood glucose levels and diabetes management.
First use of insulin in treatment of diabetes on this day ...
Posted: (3 days ago) Frederick G Banting. On 11 January 1922 insulin was first used in the treatment of diabetes.. Insulin was discovered by Sir Frederick G Banting (pictured), Charles H Best and JJR Macleod at the University of Toronto in 1921 and it was subsequently purified by James B Collip.