The number of people living with diabetes in India is significantly higher than in any other country in the world. The risk of acquiring this disease is high among people of all ages, but it increases exponentially with age. Diabetes affects over 10 million Indians and about 5 to 10% of the population over the age of 60. However, India has the highest rate of diabetes worldwide.
According to our study, about one-third of people who get diabetes will eventually live with it. This is why most of our lives are dependent on it. Because of its insidious nature, diabetes can’t be explained by a simple random error. In other words, our culture is supposed to keep us alive by being more aware of what’s going on when we’re not.
A key point here is that there is absolutely no evidence of an epidemic of diabetes anywhere in the world. The majority of Indians don’t have diabetes at all. It’s not a big deal to anyone.
India doesnt have a diabetes epidemic because most of its population doesnt have this disease. For example, a small percentage of the population in India has diabetes. But the vast majority of India doesnt have diabetes either, and that has been a very consistent pattern.
Some of us are even surprised that there is no epidemic of diabetes anywhere in the world. Diabetes is an incredibly common disease in India, and one of the leading causes of death. While India has been a very good place to study the disease, it is not a good place for the disease to be discovered and cured.
The problem isn’t that the disease is widespread, it’s that it is so rare in India. The problem is it is too easy to get too busy. It’s also that the number of people that have been diagnosed with diabetes is staggering. The real problem is a big and very expensive cure for diabetes.
In the state of Kerala, India, there are 2.5 million people living with diabetes. That’s about 1 in every 600 people in India. However, this disease is easily avoidable. With a simple change in eating habits, the risk of diabetes can be significantly reduced. For example, your blood glucose levels can be lowered by as much as 60% with a simple change in your diet.
With this type of awareness on diabetes, I think it’ll become a much more widespread problem. As the amount of people with diabetes increases, the likelihood of a family member or friend becoming sick with diabetes also increases. In fact, I just got a call from a friend with diabetes. His brother died of pancreatic cancer in 2004. He had no family and no one was aware of his condition. But he was a victim of diabetes and died of it.
I think this is one of the best things to happen to diabetes right now, and it’s going to help prevent the disease from becoming even more prevalent.
I don’t know which side you’re on but I know that you’re already working on that side of the issue.