Diabetes is a disease that affects how the body uses glucose, a kind of sugar. The body needs glucose to function properly. Glucose comes from the food we eat.
In people with diabetes, the body either does not make enough insulin or cannot use insulin properly. This causes glucose to build up in the blood. Over time, high blood glucose can damage the body’s organs. Diabetes can cause
- Heart disease
- Kidney disease
- Blindness, and
- Other health problems
There is no cure for diabetes, but it can be managed with treatment. Treatment includes medicines, diet, and exercise.
The power of a diabetic
A diabetic’s life is full of challenges, but with the power of determination, anything is possible. Journey as a diabetic is long and hard one, but it is also full of amazing accomplishments. With healthy lifestyle and a positive attitude, one can overcome any obstacle.
World Diabetes Day
November 14th is World Diabetes Day, a day to raise awareness for this chronic disease. Around the world, 1 in 11 adults have diabetes and 1 in 2 of them go undiagnosed.
Though it has been common for years, shockingly few people have access to the medications, technologies, support, and care needed to manage diabetes properly.
Education and lifestyle modifications can also have an impact. Type 2 diabetes is on the rise and is often caused on by an unhealthy diet and insufficient physical activity. To combat potential increases in type 2 diabetes cases, it is essential to educate the general public and to provide encouragement for changing to a healthier diet and more active lifestyle.
The future of diabetes treatment
The future of diabetes treatment looks bright, with new technological advances on the horizon. Continuous glucose monitors are becoming more and more accurate, and artificial pancreas systems are being developed that will automatically adjust insulin levels based on blood sugar readings. In addition, new drug therapies are being researched that may be able to prevent or delay the onset of diabetes in high-risk individuals. These developments will help to improve the quality of life for people living with diabetes and pave the way for a cure.
Role of Nutraceuticals in Diabetes
Diabetes can be controlled with nutraceuticals. Also, nutraceuticals can be used to heal chronic conditions like obesity, hypertension, high cholesterol, and inflammatory illnesses.
These diseases and health risks are currently causing problems throughout the world. So, what the world really needs right now is a healthcare system that offers less side effects and also supports in managing them.
Diabetes can be stressful. Patients have to just live with it because there are no definite cures. So, the only thing that can be done is to manage to keep the sugar levels in balance.
Nutraceutical products are considered to be the next thing to be replacing your artificially processed medicines. Thus, they also have very little to no side effects.
The benefits of nutraceuticals for diabetics
Diabetes is a metabolic disorder that results when the body cannot produce or use insulin properly. Insulin is a hormone that helps the body use glucose for energy. Glucose is a type of sugar that is found in the blood and is the main source of energy for the body’s cells.
People with diabetes can take nutraceuticals to help control their blood sugar levels. Nutraceuticals are products that contain beneficial nutrients. They are available in the form of dietary supplements, foods, and beverages.
Some types of nutraceuticals that may help people with diabetes include
Chromium helps the body use insulin properly. Magnesium helps the body use glucose for energy. Vanadium helps the body use insulin properly and control blood sugar levels. Biotin helps the body use glucose for energy and keep blood sugar levels stable.
People with diabetes should consult their healthcare provider before taking any type of nutraceutical. Nutraceuticals may cause side effects or interact with other medications.
Join the market
The advantages that natural foods can offer have long been understood by humans. Nutraceutical products are just beginning to gain popularity.
So, if you are a retailer of nutraceuticals, seize the opportunity immediately. Given that it hasn’t gained much popularity, it is still a high-risk industry. However, this industry will be more responsive to opportunities.
Zeon Lifesciences is aware of the risks associated with manufacturing nutraceuticals. Therefore, we offer our services to such high-risk retailers. We produce nutraceuticals under third-party contracts. Call us at +91-8527727822 or send an email to [email protected], if you’re searching to produce the diabetes nutraceutical.
Some of the protein powders that Zeon Lifesciences manufactures for its third-party clients include Lamino DB, Diasure SR/Tiens Diabetic Protein Powder, Protone DM, Prototal Whey/ Provital Active, and Simetri Fiber Mix. In the form of sachets, jars, and tins, we produced these items in the flavours of vanilla, orange, mango, and many more.
“Good Health for All”
Zeon is serving with 30+ years of experience in the industry, we are working meticulously to bring knowledge of nature with innovation and advanced technology in the form of unique combinations to our consumers. Our in-house formulae and manufactured products are for all age groups in various SKUs such as Powders, Diskettes, Chewable Tablets, Capsules, Oral liquids, Granules, etc.
WHY CHOOSE ZEON?
- State-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Himachal Pradesh spread over 28000 sq yds
- 4 manufacturing units under integrated complex
- Serving quality products since 1987
- GMP certified facility
- NSF USA GMP Registered \
- DSIR- recognized R&D Lab
- NABL Accredited Quality testing
- USFDA Registered
- 250+ formulations
- 625+ commercialized products
- 30+ Recognitions
- 15+ Accreditations
- Exclusive Diskette Manufacturing facility
- Exclusive spray drying and dry blended powders manufacturing facility
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