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The path to understanding diabetes starts here

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the widespread presence of Diabetes in Kenya is likely to rise by 1.2 per cent by 2025. The current prevalence rate is 3.3 %. The projected rise in diabetics can be attributed to the fact that two-thirds of diabetics are undiagnosed and this has posed a challenge to Kenya’s health sector. Many Kenyans that live without knowing their diabetes status have made it difficult for the country to make progress on the management of diabetes. As a country, Kenya has been ranked the 31st country by the International Diabetes Federation (IDF) with a prevalence of 460 diabetic cases for every 10000 people. As a country, Kenya has been ranked the 31st country by the International Diabetes Federation (IDF) with a prevalence of 460 diabetic cases for every 10000 people.

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NUTRITION

eating well—and adding activity to your daily routine (moving more)—are important ways you can manage diabetes. .

EXERCISE

Along with your diet and medications, regular physical activity is an important part of managing diabetes or dealing with prediabetes.

SUPPORT GROUPS

We are a dedicated and passionate group here for YOU – a place to listen, learn, and share. It is our hope that you will be empowered and encouraged through learning and chatting with others in this online community..

Are you at risk?

Small changes in your diet and exercise can make a big difference with prediabetes. Assess your risk and change your course today, join us in helping you live a healthy productive life.

REVERSE DIABETES PROGRAM

This program has worked and can reverse type 2 diabetes and pre-diabetes today, right now, immediately. All without cost, without drugs, without surgery, with an all natural, time-tested healing method. join our 6-12 months complete diabetes reversal program..

The Diabetes Reversal Program (DRP) is targeting patients with type 2 diabetes who will be enrolled in a 6-month lifestyle management programme. This intervention focuses on encouraging patients with type 2 diabetes to achieve changes in their lifestyle that address not only carbohydrate intake but also focus on healthy fats and proteins, as well as incorporating increased physical activity into their daily routine. The program is structured into 3 Phases.