Diabetes is the most rapidly developing pathology in the world today. Late onset diabetes has been renamed Type 2 diabetes since this malady has no preference as to the age of its victims. It accounts for 95% of all cases. We have seen in the last decade in particular, more and more youths falling prey to it. Approx. 90% of this number could be controlled by diet or avoided if the client knew they had this predisposition. This presentation explains the signs seen in the eye, on the body and in the emotional temperament that increase the risk of pancreatic dysfunction.

Signs of the Pancreas

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