Dietary Disorder

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Diabetes Type 1
Also called insulin dependent diabetes, body can't make insulin. More commonly found in children.
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Diabetes Type 2
This is when not enough insulin is produced/ insulin is produced but doesn't work effectively. This is more commonly found in older people and is also called non-insulin dependent diabetes. This can be controlled by change in diet and exercise.
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Atherosclerosis
This is the process of arteries becoming narrowed or completely blocked due to a build up of fatty deposits (called cholesterol or plaque) on its walls.
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Diet management for diabetes
High in starchy carbohydrates, high in soluble fibre. Low in sugar, fat, salt and alcohol.
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Dental Caries/ Tooth decay
This occurs when bacterial processes damage the structure of a tooth. The surface of tooth breaks down and results in a hole, called dental cavity. Tooth decay also caused by a build up of plaque.
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Anaemia
This is when less oxygen is being transported to cells and tissues. It is caused by low intake of iron or vitamin C, heavy periods, vegetarian diets.
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Osteoporosis
This is a disease which is characterized by low bone mass and deterioration of the bone tissue. This can lead to fragile bones and risk of fracture.
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This is when not enough insulin is produced/ insulin is produced but doesn't work effectively. This is more commonly found in older people and is also called non-insulin dependent diabetes. This can be controlled by change in diet and exercise.

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Diabetes Type 2

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This is the process of arteries becoming narrowed or completely blocked due to a build up of fatty deposits (called cholesterol or plaque) on its walls.

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High in starchy carbohydrates, high in soluble fibre. Low in sugar, fat, salt and alcohol.

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This occurs when bacterial processes damage the structure of a tooth. The surface of tooth breaks down and results in a hole, called dental cavity. Tooth decay also caused by a build up of plaque.

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