World diabetes day

World Diabetes Day highlights this disease as a major global health risk. It’s growing prevalence in SA is now clearly linked to our lifestyle and habits.

What is diabetes?

Our pancreas produce the hormone insulin to manage how much sugar is taken from our blood into our cells for energy production. Diabetes is when this system goes wrong.

Diabetes Health Hacks

Debra Robins

Savvy and insightful corporate jungle escapee, wordsmith, author, publisher and magazine editor, Debra is passionate about upliftment through the power of the written word. Former natural healer, teacher and healing academy principal Debra blends together extensive expertise in wellness, both in the corporate and personal contexts, as well as over 25 years’ experience in driving and delivering corporate wellness initiatives for local and global corporations. Student of law and corporate consultant by trade, naturopathic practitioner by design and magazine editor by choice. Debra is honoured to be the custodian of Odyssey

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