Diabetes Risk – Test your Risk for developing Diabetes

Diabetes Risk

Test your Risk for developing Diabetes

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Test your Risk for developing Diabetes

This simple to use application if for people who wish to take charge of their health and wish to determine their risk for developing Diabetes.

While Diabetes is a serious disease catching it early will allow preventative action that can help alleviate complications.

Diabetes is a disease that impedes your bodies ability to either make or use Insulin.
Insulin is a hormone that the body needs to create energy from glucose (sugar) in food.
Without Insulin high levels of glucose remain in the blood. Over time this high level causes damage to heart, kidneys, nerves, eyes and other organs.
There are two basic types of Diabetes: Type 1 and Type 2. Type 2 Diabetes is the most common For Type 2 Diabetes the body doesn’t use Insulin properly. In Type 1 Diabetes they body does not produce insulin

Diabetes is a world wide health problem and the number of people who have diabetes is growing.
Many people are at risk of developing Diabetes but don’t know it.
Take the test and see if you are at risk.
After completing a brief questionnaire you will quickly discover your potential risk of developing this chronic disease in the next 10 years.
If you are at risk you can take preventative actions now (see app for details) that will reduce your chances of serious complications.

The Diabetes Risk Calculator has the following features:
> Risk Test for disease development
> Disease information
> Tips and Tricks to reduce the risk of developing the disease

Detail information and download apk file for android: googleplaystoreapks.com/category/health-fitness

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