Frequently Asked Questions
(FAQ)

Frequently Asked Questions

In simple terms, diabetes is a disease in which the body is not able to utilize and store the glucose or sugar we eat. This causes the sugar to build up in the blood- causing one’s blood glucose to rise too high. There are 3 main types of types of diabetes: Type I, Type II and gestational diabetes – are all defined as metabolic disorders that affect the way the body metabolizes or uses digested food to make glucose, the main source of fuel for the body.