While type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune disease that
can't be prevented, you can largely lower your risk of developing
type 2 diabetes by adopting a healthy lifestyle, and engaging in
regular exercise, ensuring a nutritious diet and maintaining a
Start with small changes to build your confidence, and
you will be well on your way to a healthy lifestyle.
Many Australians are at risk of developing type 2
diabetes. While family history and genetics play a role, your
lifestyle can also have a significant effect on whether you develop
type 2 diabetes.
Your risk for type 2...Read more
Preventing type 2 diabetes is important. Prevention is
about being healthier. It does not need to be a burden or
involve taking drastic...Read more
Diabetes Queensland offers a variety of healthy
lifestyle programs aimed at preventing and reducing the
incidence of type 2...Read more
For more information about health services in your region
contact Queensland Health:
A number of health promotion campaigns are run through...Read more
Welcome to Healthy U, Diabetes Queensland's healthy living
enewsletter designed to help you feel good and get the
most out of your life.
Each month Healthy U will provide you with advice and tips from