Medical History
The Jones  side of the family has a history of diabetes, we should be very concerned about the amount of starches and sugar we take in daily. When drinking tea or coffee we should try not to use sugar, Today we have sweeteners like equal,Sun Crystals,Steviva,Truvia,PureVia, or a little raw sugar.

When eating starches like pasta, try to eat Wheat pasta. Diabetes is a disease that affects the whole family, especially when a child is diagnosed. Whether you're a parent, sibling or other family member, Having diabetes means thinking differently about food and nutrition.

The different types of diabetes. Diabetes affects the way that blood sugar (glucose) is processed in your body. An essential energy source, glucose is present in the bloodstream after consuming food. Insulin, produced by the pancreas, takes the glucose out of the blood and distributes it to the liver cells, muscles, and fat, where it is turned into usable energy for the body. There are two types of diabetes: Type 1 and Type 2. Approximately 10 percent of people with diabetes have Type 1, while Type 2 is more prevalent. Type 1 diabetes: This condition involves destruction of more than 90 percent of the insulin-producing cells of the pancreas, causing the pancreas to cease making insulin or to make very little. Type 1 diabetes tends to occur prior to the age of 30 and it may involve an environmental factor, as well as a genetic predisposition.

Type 2 diabetes: While the pancreas continues to produce insulin, or even higher levels of insulin, the body develops a resistance to the insulin, causing scarcity of insulin for the body's needs and blood sugar levels remain permanently too high. While this type of diabetes can occur in children and adolescents, it usually begins in people over 30 and becomes more common as people age. It tends to run in families and around 15 percent of people over 70 have diabetes Type 2.

Type 2 symptoms may not show symptoms for years or even decades before being diagnosed.
Gestational diabetes develops during pregnancy. Left untreated, serious side effects can injure the mother and affect the unborn child. Having gestational diabetes, that resolves after delivery, increases your chances of developing Type 2 Diabetes in some point of your life and getting gestational diabetes in a next pregnancy. It also increase the chances of getting cardiovascular diseases after 15 to 20 years from 1.5 to 7.8 times!
Other specific types of diabetes resulting from specific genetic syndromes, surgery, drugs, malnutrition, infections, and other illnesses may account for 1 percent to 2 percent of all diagnosed cases of diabetes.Diabetes insipidus is not related to blood sugar levels, It is a relatively rare disease.

November is American Diabetes Month, and if you are a Medicare beneficiary learn more about how you may be eligible for free diabetes screenings, and how Medicare can cover the cost of many diabetes supplies

Diabetes food is nothing but a balanced and nutritious diet with all the healthy nutrients, it is low-fat, and has adequate calories. In fact, this type of diet is good for everyone, and the only difference is that one must be careful in choosing the food, especially carbohydrates.

 Healthy Eating to Prevent Diabetes