Diabetes and Obesity
Diabetes is a metabolic disease that uses insulin hormones to transport sugar from the blood to the cells which are to be stored or used in the form of energy. Therefore, when the body loses its ability to process blood glucose or blood sugar with the help of insulin, it leads to a condition called diabetes, which implies a high level of glucose accumulation in the body. On the other hand, obesity is a high level of accumulated body fat. Overweight, age, sedentary lifestyle, high blood pressure, hereditary, etc. are some of the risk factors of diabetes and obesity. Both genetic and environmental factors play a vital role in the diagnosis.
- Track 1-1 Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes
- Track 2-2 Gestational Diabetes
- Track 3-3 Diet and Nutrition
- Track 4-4 Anti-Obesity Drugs
- Track 5-5 Advanced Treatment