Do you have these symptoms?

Do you have these symptoms?

You may be at risk for diabetes …


Eat & Drink a lot


Urinate a lot

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Very hungry

Have very dry skin_Diabetes

Have very dry skin

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Feel very sleepy after meals

Feel irritable mood changes_Diabetes

Feel irritable mood changes

Feel very tired_Diabetes

Feel very tired


Have gingivitis

The most prevalent epidemic in the world


Over 2 billion obese people and over
400 million people with diabetes worldwide.


The current situation of diabetes

Global Threat “Diabetes”

The prevalence rate of diabetes in Singapore has exceeded 11%. The number of diabetes patients in Singapore has exceeded 0.4 million. Ranked fifth among the top ten causes of death. Trend towards younger age of diabetes patients. 50% of patients worldwide do not know they have diabetes.


Diabetes Complications

Diabetes Complications

According to a global analysis and statistical study by an international journal, 8.5% to 14.4% of COVID 19 patients develop short term and permanent diabetes for unknown reasons.


COVID-19 not only exacerbates the severity of the infection, but also promotes the development of diabetes. It is estimated that 14 – 24 million COVID-19 patients worldwide will develop diabetes.

— Medicine (Baltimore) 2020 Nov 25; 99(48): e23327.

Risk factors of diabetes

Risk factors of diabetes

Type II diabetes is prevalent in all countries that follow a modern fast-food, convenience-driven, highly processed diet. Its prevalence in Singapore per capita is one of the highest in the world.

Unstable blood sugar leads to poor bodily functions.

Unstable blood sugar leads to poor bodily functions.

The main cause of unstable blood sugar is improper diet and lifestyle, particularly an overly refined diet.

Blood sugar is the source of energy for all cells in the body. When blood sugar is unstable, it can trigger excessive insulin secretion, which can lead to the formation and accumulation of fat.

This can cause poor bodily functions, including fatigue, headaches, dizziness, vision and gastrointestinal problems, strong food cravings, and may lead to obesity and even disease.

Everyone is about to face

『 insulin resistance 』

Insulin resistance: refers to the decreased sensitivity of the liver, muscle, and adipose cells in the human body to insulin, which results in the inability of glucose in the blood to enter cells for decomposition and energy supply. In response to this, the body compensates by secreting more insulin from the pancreas, leading to a high concentration of insulin in the blood.

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