If you are suffering from obesity, then be aware that you can be a victim of diabetes at any time. Let us know how obesity affects diabetes. How dangerous is this obesity for your body.

🤔How does obesity contribute to diabetes?
👉Well, obesity causes increased levels of fatty acids and inflammation, leading to insulin resistance, which in turn can lead to type 2 diabetes. Type 2 diabetes, known as non-insulin dependent diabetes, is the most common form of diabetes and accounts for approximately 90% of diabetes cases.
🤔Can you be diabetic and overweight?
👉Being overweight raises your risk for type 2 diabetes, heart disease, and stroke. It can also increase the risk of high blood pressure, unhealthy cholesterol, and high blood glucose (sugar). If you are overweight, losing weight may help you prevent and manage these conditions.
🤔Which type of diabetes is correlated with obesity?
👉The rising incidence of type 2 diabetes among children and adults is related to the epidemic of obesity
🤔Will losing weight help diabetes?
👉If you are pre-diabetic or diabetic, then losing 5-10 percent of your body weight can help improve your blood sugar numbers. If you are pre-diabetic and can lose this weight, you will lower your risk of developing diabetes by 58 percent.
🤔Can I cure diabetes by losing weight?
👉Losing weight can reverse type 2 diabetes, but is rarely achieved or recorded. Type 2 diabetes is generally perceived as progressive and incurable, but for many patients it can be reversed with sustained weight loss of around 15 kg, say experts in The BMJ today.
🤔Which type of diabetes is worse?
👉Type 1 and type 2 diabetes can have very serious side effects if they are not diagnosed or managed well. One is not better or worse than the other. Both conditions require careful and mindful management.
🤔What is a diabetic belly?
👉Diabetes belly fat is a serious problem that can also signal heart failure. May people are not aware that the little stubborn fat around the waist that does not easily come off is due to the insulin problem. If you have high blood sugar there is a good chance that you have a problem removing the fat around the waist.
🤔Is there a correlation between obesity and type 2 diabetes?
👉In fact, obesity is believed to account for 80-85% of the risk of developing type 2 diabetes, while recent research suggests that obese people are up to 80 times more likely to develop type 2 diabetes than those with a BMI of less than 22.
🤔Are all type 2 diabetics overweight?
👉You don't have to be overweight or obese to get type 2 diabetes. In fact, you can have high blood sugar even if you look thin. Around 10% to 15% of people with type 2 diabetes are at a healthy weight. It's called lean diabetes.
🤔How common is obesity and type 2 diabetes?
👉Studies have shown that becoming overweight is a major risk factor in developing type 2 diabetes. Today, roughly 30 percent of overweight people have the disease, and 85 percent of diabetics are overweight.
🤔What is the fastest way for a diabetic to lose weight?
👉The four best weight-loss diets if you have diabetes
1.DASH diet. ... 
2.Mediterranean diet. ... 
3.Plant-based diets. ... 
4.Heart-healthy, lower fat diet. ... 
5.Low or no-carb diets. ... 
6.Intermittent fasting, extreme calorie 7.reduction or skipping meals. ... 
8.Cleanses or over-the-counter diet pills not approved by the FDA. ... 
Give meal replacement products a try.
🤔Can walking cure diabetes?
👉Research studies have shown that walking can be beneficial in bringing down blood glucose and therefore improving diabetes control. In a study involving people with type 1 diabetes, participants were assigned to either take a 30 minute walk after eating or have the same meal but remain inactive.
🤔Links between obesity and type 2 diabetes
While the exact causes of diabetes are still not fully understood, it is known that factors up the risk of developing different types of diabetes mellitus.

For type 2 diabetes, this includes being overweight or obese (having a body mass index – BMI – of 30 or greater).
     In fact, obesity is believed to account for 80-85% of the risk of developing type 2 diabetes, while recent research suggests that obese people are up to 80 times more likely to develop type 2 diabetes than those with a BMI of less than 22.
✒️Preventing obesity
The links between obesity and type 2 diabetes are firmly established – without the intervention of a healthy diet and appropriate exercise, obesity can lead to type 2 diabetes over a relatively short period of time.

The good news is that reducing your body weight, by even a small amount, can help improve your body’s insulin sensitivity and lower your risk of developing cardiovascular and metabolic conditions such as type 2 diabetes, heart disease and types of cancer.
According to the NHS, a 5% reduction in body weight followed up by regular moderate intensity exercise could reduce your type 2 diabetes risk by more than 50%.

For information on how to lose weight safely, how to stay motivated, and the benefits of shedding weight, see our guide on diabetes and weight lose 

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