Metabolism

Diabetes is the main focus around metabolic diseases within the CaReMe (Cardiovascular, Renal and Metabolism) integrated approach. Patients with Type 2 diabetes need to look beyond only glucose control, and also understand that their heart and kidneys are at risk because of Type 2 diabetes.

Life

Lifestyle changes can have an enormous impact on treating and managing diabetes, and often a conscientious approach to a healthy lifestyle can allow people suffering from diabetes to prevent any further complications from arising ... Read more

Cardiovascular

68% of patients with Type 2 diabetes have heart damage 5 years after diagnosis. Cardiovascular disease is the most common cause of death in people with diabetes ... Read more

Metabolism

>93% of people with diabetes have one other cardiovascular, renal or metabolic disorder ... Read more

Renal

There is a link between Type 2 diabetes and the health of your kidneys. 2 in 5 Type 2 diabetes patients will develop Chronic Kidney Disease ... Read more

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