Weekly MenuOur PlansGiftsFAQs
Log In

Blog/Diabetes Being the largest epidemic in human history


Other Health related topics

Diabetes Being the largest epidemic in human history

Diabetes Being the largest epidemic in human history

There is many health epidemics that has been rising globally at a staggering rate. If you dig into the drivers of the issues mostly ALL of the diseases stem from poor eating/lifestyle choices. One of the largest and most undermined is the rise of Diabetes in the past 20 years. Diabetes has been seriously underrated as a global public health issue and the world can no longer be ignored.

The World Health Organization (WHO) also estimated the global prevalence of diabetes in 2000 and 2030–171 million people with diabetes in 2000 and 366 million by 2030 [4]. They were terribly wrong, because by 2015 there were already 415 million people with diabetes, far above what was predicted in 2000 for 30 years later.”

415 Million people & growing are now struggling with keeping keeping blood sugar and diabetes under control. This is now clear evidence that states we have a major problem with type 2 diabetes

Does this mean you are bound down to medicine, pills, and insulin everyday? What are the drivers & is there other solutions? The answer is simple, and we are here to help manage this disease & help society take one step closer to controlling this epidemic.

Take a look at the route of the issue along with the leading drivers of Diabetes.

  1. Lifestyle
  2. Inactivity
  3. Caloric Excess
  4. Obesity

The Stem of the issue is poor eating decisions. The same time of the rise of Diabetes happens to be parallel with the rise of fast food dining (McDonalds, Burger King, etc). Too many calories pack on the pounds, which worsens blood sugar control. Lifestyle is key to keeping weight off — and to controlling diabetes in the long run. On the other end, various types of insulin have helped improve the management of diabetes and improve blood sugar levels. There is also medications that is recommended to help drop weight and assist with the control of cholesterol levels. However, experts say these recommendations cannot do this work alone, eating clean is THE most important aspect to managing this global health issue.

Our goal is to help society take one step closer into helping the millions of people around the world manage diabetes with changing their lifestyle and eating clean. Portioned meals, clean ingredients, nutrients savy WILL help millions around the world.