The problem with modernity is that it has brought about progress on the other side, has brought mankind an incredible technological infrastructure and global food resources that feed over 6.9 billion people.
The mere idea of such a figure fifty years ago was seen as a shambles and terrifying.
However, these foods can be harmful when used in excess. This has resulted in an epidemic of obesity across the world and diabetes, which is a debilitating condition that has the potential to cause life-altering consequences and could cause premature death.
Diabetes and obesity are inseparable as a deadly combination of two deadly sins.
The problem with eating too much is that it can be fatal when combined with the lack of regular exercise, eating unhealthy foods and the excessive consumption of sweets and sugars, and the excessive use of processed foods instead of food grains made from natural sources can cause stress on the body and cause the beginning in Type two diabetes.
There are two kinds of diabetes. Type 1 diabetes results of the body’s inability to make insulin, the hormone responsible for regulating blood sugar levels. Type 2 diabetes implies that the body is still able to produce an amount of insulin, however, it is not sufficient to effectively regulate blood sugar levels.
In addition, the body might not be able to properly respond in the absence of insulin even if it is present in a dose that is adequate to control glucose levels in the blood. This is called insulin resistance.
Both forms of diabetes can in the long run cause massive and permanent damage to the system of circulation, the nervous system as well as the eyes and kidneys.
The signs of diabetes that could result in health problems even for people who are not aware of the condition or are in the borderline category of diabetics include frequent urination and thirst fatigue and fatigue, performance problems (in men) and vision issues.