The Prevention of Diabetes

May 6, 2021 by Dr Amit Goel

Diabetes is a considerably permanent illness if it is once seen in people. There is nothing really to do after that except for trying to keep both the insulin levels as well as the blood sugar levels in check. However, one type of diabetes is certainly preventable.

As we all know, there are different types of diabetes in human beings such as:

  • Type I Diabetes
  • Type II Diabetes
  • Gestational Diabetes

As for Type I as well as Gestational Diabetes, there is no real way to avoid it. People either have it or not. Type I Diabetes is a condition where the Pancreatic cells are attacked by our immune systems by mistake and insulin isn’t produced at all.


In the case of Gestational Diabetes, women going through pregnancy are the ones that are solely affected. Gestational Diabetes is not permanent all the time, however, they are susceptible to Type II Diabetes in the future.

When it comes to Type II Diabetes, things can be handled better than the other two types. Type II Diabetes is the most common type that affects the global population. It purely boils down to the lifestyle that the concerned person has which leads to them having this type of diabetes or not, in the future.

Common Preventive Measures for Type II Diabetes

Type II Diabetes is a condition that happens when the pancreas in the human body don’t end up secreting the adequate amounts of insulin necessary. Mostly, the amount of insulin that is required is produced less than the adequate amount.


The most common preventive measures for people who want to avoid Type II Diabetes in the future are as follows:

  • Reduce Sugar and Refined Carbs from the Diet
  • Consistency in Workouts
  • Staying Hydrated & Drinking Water as the primary beverage
  • Maintaining Body Weight
  • Quitting Smoking
  • Following a Diet with low Carbohydrates
  • Reducing Portion Sizes Significantly
  • Embrace an Active Lifestyle
  • Consuming a High Fiber Diet
  • Checking on Vitamin D Levels etc.

There are multiple other things to follow however these are the most common preventives measures one needs to take care of to avoid Type II Diabetes in the future.

In short words

Dr Amit Goel has a decade of experience in the field of medicine with an experience as an Endocrinologist for over 4 years. Dr Amit’s published articles are one of the best in the world for research on prevention and early detection of diabetic neuropathy.


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