Type Zero Diabetes

Type 1 Diabetes

When body's immune system destroys insulin producing cells, there is no insulin to move glucose out of the blood. This one can't be prevented.

Type Zero Diabetes

Type 2 Diabetes

In this type, insulin is made in the body but it does not get utilized properly, leading to build-up of excess sugar in the blood. A combination of factors such as genetics, ethnicity, obesity, family history and unhealthy lifestyle increases the probability of developing diabetes type 2.

Type Zero or Non-Diabetic

We at Indus Health Plus believe that being non-diabetic should be celebrated and adapted as a way of life by every individual. We refer to such individuals as Type Zero. They are the ones who believe in the concept of adapting a healthy lifestyle to ensure they continue living diabetes free.

Celebrate being a Type Zero!

To live healthy & happy, one must keep a check on the body’s functioning by going for regular health checkups. This helps in assessing risk factors and diagnosing diseases at an early stage, which will result in effective treatment and better management of the condition.

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