Mark your November Calendar and Meet Us at the following venue!
|Date||11-12th November 2017|
|Venue||Health Lane Family Pharmacy @ Kepong Maluri|
|Address||5, Jalan Burung Jentayu, Taman Bukit Maluri, 52100 Kuala Lumpur|
|Contact No||03-6730 5793|
Bring along your BiO-LiFE token points and redeem the following items from us!
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BiO-LiFE was proud to be part of Institut Jantung Negara (IJN) World Heart Day Workshop organized for the Chinese community. The event was held on 27th Aug 2017 at IJN Auditorium and it was participated by approximately 200 Chinese community.
This workshop aimed to educate on the importance of heart health and ways to live a healthy heart lifestyle. There were speakers from our very own Mega BiO-LiFE Dietitian, cardiologist and other dietitians. Besides that, the Chinese community was also brought to tour the new launch IJN private clinic for heart health screening.
During BiO-LiFE speech session, we took the opportunity to raise awareness on early preventive measurement for heart health by consuming heart healthy food and how co-enzyme Q10 play an important role in energy boosting for your heart. The response was overwhelming and everyone enjoyed the event with free goodies bag.
This is not true. All population (regardless age) has the risk on diabetes mellitus. There are a few types of diabetes mellitus – type I, type II and gestation diabetes; where a reduction in the production and/or utilization of insulin causes glucose in the blood unable to be utilize effectively and keep on circulating in the blood stream.
In type I diabetes, the body unable to produce insulin due to the destruction of beta cells in pancrease. Type I diabetes usually is diagnosed in children, and they are required for insulin therapy for survival and maintenance good health.
Most common form of diabetes, accounting for about 90% of incidences. Type 2 diabetes, the pancrease either produce inadequate amount of insulin or the body unable to use the available insulin properly. Type II diabetes usually adults, and is more common in overweight or obese people.
Gestational diabetes is a temporary type of diabetes that develops during pregnancy (gestation). A woman who had gestational diabetes in one pregnancy has a higher risk of developing gestational diabetes in future pregnancies. Gestational diabetes usually reverts to normal after pregnancy, but it increases the risk of type II diabetes in the future.