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Diabetes

Type 2 Diabetes mellitus affects many people in our society today - and it is deceptively nasty!

If we look at our society as a whole, every eighth person aged 20–79 is a type 2 diabetic. Experts estimate that a further 11 million people in Germany are in the preliminary stages of diabetes. According to a diabetes report issued in 2013 some 270,000 new cases are diagnosed every year.
The principle cause of type 2 diabetes is excess weight as a result of bad diet, lack of exercise and stress. Genetic factors, lifestyle and environment can also be contributing factors. People over the age of 40 are more at risk than younger people. Whereas type 2 diabetes was formally considered to be a disease that predominantly affects older people, experts are now observing a higher rise amongst younger people.

Reducing the amount of insulin that needs to be injected, reducing the number of antidiabetics, excess weight, high blood pressure, blood fats and insulin resistance are all issues that are a challenge to combat effectively. Tackling them may be existential for diabetics but that doesn’t make them any easier to realise. A diagnosis of type-2 diabetes brings with it a risk of heart attack, stroke, kidney failure or loss of sight. Help is on hand in the form of the "Schroth diet for diabetics".

Pilot studies confirm the efficacy of the Schroth diet for those suffering from diabetes

We took part in the “Schroth diet and Diabetes"

Reports from doctors and patients have now been confirmed by a scientific pilot study: the naturopathic therapy promoted by Johann Schroth can help diabetics restore a better quality of life.

Reducing the amount of insulin that needs to be injected, reducing the number of antidiabetics, excess weight, high blood pressure, blood fats and insulin resistance are all issues that are a challenge to combat effectively. Tackling them may be existential for diabetics but that doesn’t make them any easier to realise.

Diabetes risk test

Type 2 Diabetes mellitus is not only one of our most common modern society illnesses it is a deceptively nasty disease. Type 2 diabetes is diagnosed on average ten years after the patient first develops the disease. In the early stages of the disease the patient is unaware he even has it. To establish whether you are a high risk candidate for type 2 diabetes try our risk assessment test. Give it a go!

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