Type 2 diabetes, although less common in very young children, can occur when not enough insulin is produced or it is not working properly. As a result, glucose can accumulate in the bloodstream. The condition can often be managed through a change in diet, increasing exercise and maintaining a healthy weight, although some patients may require diabetes medication - such as metformin - or insulin therapy. Type 2 diabetes prevention is possible by adopting some healthy lifestyle habits and paying attention to specific preventable diabetes complications associated with this disease. Maintaining a healthy diet is important for everyone, but it is especially important for people with diabetes.
Related journals for Advanced Type 2 Diabetes Treatment
Diabetic Medicine, World Journal of Diabetes, Preventing Chronic Disease, Nutrition, Metabolism, and Cardiovascular Diseases (NMCD), Diabetes and Primary Care