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Fight Diabetes naturally

Diabetes in India has reached an

endemic stage with about 62 million
people suffering with this debilitating
disease. This often chronic and deadly
disease is fast spreading its tentacles
and is expected to affect over 100
million people in India by 2030.

Types of Diabetes
There are three types of diabetes: Type1, Type 2 and
Gestational diabetes. Type 1 diabetes is prevalent in
children and happens when the body does not produce
required quantity insulin. Type 2 diabetes largely stems from
unhealthy and sedentary lifestyle. In Type 2 diabetes, the
body is not able to utilize the produced insulin effectively.
During pregnancy, some women without a previous history
of diabetes develop a high blood glucose level. It is called
gestational diabetes.
A large section of diabetics is suffering from Type 2 diabetes
that can be prevented or delayed with a healthy way of life.

The common symptoms of diabetes are
increased urination, weight loss, increased thirst,
increased hunger, fatigue, headache, itchy skin,
nausea and delayed healing of wounds. These
symptoms may develop rapidly within weeks or
months in type 1 diabetes while they usually
develop much more slowly and may be subtle or
absent in type 2 diabetes.

Indians are at a high risk

Genetic coding, cultural and social setup and changing
lifestyle are the major contributors to the widespread of
diabetes in India. Indian genes make them 4 times
more susceptible to diabetes as compared to
Europeans. Moreover,
A number of factors in combination make Indians highly
susceptible to Diabetes.
Indian diet is rich in carbohydrates and saturated fats,
which leads to obesity and thus diabetes. The changing
lifestyle of youngsters and increase in consumption of
fast food is adding to the already grave problem.

Low awareness amongst Indians

Though there is presence of good screening
centers in the urban and suburban India,
rural India, neither has the awareness nor
screening facilities to detect diabetes early
on. According to an estimate about 50
percent diabetics in India, mostly in rural
areas, are not aware of their condition and
about one million people die annually due to

Treatment of Diabetes
Treatment for diabetes mellitus is chosen on the basis of its type
and complications. The treatments are individualized by the duration
of diabetes, age/life expectancy, comorbidity, known cardiovascular
diseases or advanced micro vascular diseases and hypoglycemia
awareness. Anti-diabetic drugs treat diabetes mellitus by lowering
glucose levels in the blood. With the exception of insulin, all the
drugs are administered orally. Many patients with diabetes having
two or more comorbidities often require multiple medications. Some
people who have type 2 diabetes need insulin therapy as well. In the
past, insulin therapy was used as last resort, but today it's often
prescribed sooner. About 40% of the Type 2 diabetics use insulin
injections. But most of these treatments have associated problems
like weight gain, hypoglycemia and gastro intestinal problems.

Manage Diabetes naturally

India has over 5000 years of history of effective herbal
treatments. People still prefer to use herbal products due to
higher safety, efficacy and lower side effects. People these
days are moving towards nutraceuticals to combat diseases
because of their increased efficacy and safety as opposed to
allopathic medicines. FENFURO is one such nutraceutical
which acts as your glucose manager. It is a first of its kind
product derived from single herb with proven results for
maintaining blood sugar levels. FENFURO contains a rich
variety of saponins and flavonoids. All of these substances are
known to lower blood lipid level and play valuable role in insulin
sensitization and glucose regulation. FENFURO is a first dual
action insulin sensitizer.

A clinical evaluation of FENFURO was carried

out on a total of 154 Type 2 diabetics for a
period of 3 months, to determine its efficacy
and safety. At the end of three months 83% of
the patients reported decrease in fasting sugar
levels and 89% patients reported decrease in
PP sugar levels. The highlighting point of the
study was patients showed significant decrease
in HbA1C levels as compared to respective
baseline value, even after 48.8% of patients
reported reduction in dosage of anti-diabetic
therapy after regularly taking FENFURO.

Diabetes suck the juice out of life. Lets not

give it the power to ruin our lives. Lets
fight it with exercise, healthy diet and