The most well-known symptoms of diabetes are increased thirst, appetite, weakness or the production of large amounts of urine. These are the signs of type 1 diabetes, which usually occurs in younger people. The signs of type 2 diabetes, however, are more subtle in the early stages (insulin resistance or prediabetes). In fact, it can go unnoticed until it is in a more advanced stage. Therefore, we must pay attention to the changes that can occur in our body and that could be manifestations of the presence of this disease that, if detected very early, can be reversible, even without medication.
Melio's scientific team explains what these calls for attention from our body are so that we put ourselves in the hands of the doctor and that allow type 2 diabetes to be detected early.
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- Weekly menu that helps you control diabetes