People suffering from diabetes have an abnormal level of glucose in their blood. Insulin converts glucose absorbed from food into a form that the body cells can use, and if the body doesn’t produce enough insulin, then the glucose fails to reach the cells.
In the year 2015, about 30.3 million (about 9.4%) individuals in America had diabetes. Surprisingly, about one person in every four individuals with the condition did not know whether he or she was actually suffering from it. According to statistics, most of the people with diabetes are over 65 years of age and they are mostly affected with type 2 diabetes.