Presentation on theme: "Obesity and Type Two Diabetes By: Kelly Frey. Laying out my Stance: Type Two Diabetes can no longer be classified as Adult-onset Non-insulin dependent."— Presentation transcript:
Treatment in Thought and Practice ThoughtsPractices Diet/Exercise is recommended even when someone is taking insulin/oral medications If a persons body can not make enough insulin to support them, if they lose enough weight, then their body can go back to supporting itself through diet-exercise alone Insulin/oral medications are meant to be supplementary and temporary Patient non-compliance rates for Diet/exercise: 87% Insulin: 12% Oral Medications: 6% Shifts in Treatment Prevalence between 1988-2002 Diet/Exercise: from 27% to 20% Insulin + Oral: from 42% to 52%
Failed Political Interventions Busch Administration http://www.youtube.com/wat ch?v=9a8yrKqDOjYhttp://www.youtube.com/wat ch?v=9a8yrKqDOjY California Arnold puts a band on unhealthy foods in schools Parents strike back!
The Future Looks Bleak… Obesity and Type 2 Diabetes will continue to rise By 2025 Type 2 Diabetes is estimated to increase by 54% America is need of a dramatic multilevel change Needs to become educated Diet Pass times Stress Overall Thinking Patterns
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