Diabetes and the Human Body

by IBD Medical on March 03, 2019
Sometimes, our definition of diabetes is limited to fluctuating sugar levels. In reality, it is much more than just that! Let's make science our friend this week and really understand what happens. 
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IBD Medical was born in Sydney Australia. Our mission is to help improve the lives of people living with diabetes by providing the best possible support products and information. 

Remember to always seek advice from your medical practioner before changing anything about your diabetes management. The above information is not medical advice

 

5 comments
by Ana Toth on June 17, 2019

I found the film very interesting. Have had Type2 for 46yrs and did not really understand it till now. Am managing quite well except no matter what I try I can’t lose the weight.

by Tania Howard on June 18, 2019

This is an excellent video explaining the 2 different types of diabetes- thank you
It would be wonderful if you could do a second video on the emotional scars of living with type 1 diabetes 😊

by Helen. Brown on May 27, 2019

Very informative I have type 2 for 20yrs but am managing quite well.74yrs old.

by Doris Formosa on May 27, 2019

Being a diabetic is interesting

by Robert Steadman on May 08, 2019

NOT FOR PUBLICATION
Thanks for the article Diabetes and the Human Body. As many of us develop T1D in adulthood, sometimes via LADA, and most juvenile diabetics now survive as adults, I question the claim that it is mostly a disease of the under-40s. I already read the mail from DAust., Diabetes UK, the American D Association and e other US groups, I look forward to any IBD articles having different content.
Robert Steadman,
Melbourne

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