Join the diabetes community
Find support, ask questions and share your experiences in the forum.Join the community
$21 Shibori Silk Scarf 15"x 60" Handmade Products Clothing, Shoes Accessories Women Shibori Silk Scarf 60" 15"x Ranking TOP16 Shibori Silk Scarf 60" 15"x Ranking TOP16 $21 Shibori Silk Scarf 15"x 60" Handmade Products Clothing, Shoes Accessories Women Scarf,Shibori,www.confusionart.com,Handmade Products , Clothing, Shoes Accessories , Women,60",$21,Silk,/bedgery542269.html,15"x Scarf,Shibori,www.confusionart.com,Handmade Products , Clothing, Shoes Accessories , Women,60",$21,Silk,/bedgery542269.html,15"x
100% silk, hand-rolled hem, hand-dyed, shibori-dyed
Welcome to Diabetes.co.uk - a community of people with diabetes, family members, friends, supporters and carers, offering their own support and first hand knowledge. The Diabetes Forum is demonstrated in research to be the most actively used social medium for people with diabetes.[A]
There are many types of diabetes. The main two types are type 1 diabetes and type 2 diabetes and they are two totally different conditions. Type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune condition whereas type 2 diabetes can be considered an intolerance to sugar, or insulin resistance.
Type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune condition where the pancreas cannot produce insulin. There are over 330,000 people with type 1 diabetes in the UK. Learn more about blood glucose management and HbA1c. Read CGM and blood glucose meter guides.
There are four medically accepted methods of placing type 2 diabetes into remission. Speak to other people in the low calorie community, low carb community and ketogenic community. Diabetes.co.uk has been instrumental in the adoption of the lower carbohydrate approach in primary care.
Reducing sugar has been demonstrated to help place type 2 diabetes and prediabetes into remission. Reduction in sugar has been demonstrated to help people with type 1 diabetes also.
Daily updated news written by leading diabetes experts and journalists.
25th September 2021
“I’ve lost 19kg (3st) overall, which is a lot – I’m only 5’1. I put my type 2 diabetes into remission. I feel awake, I’m no longer getting a dip in the afternoon, my energy levels are more stable.”Jenny’s Story
The most popular areas of the site as determined by visits.