Be In The Know, Be In Control.


Do not smoke.

Smoking increases your risk of various diabetes complications, including heart attack, stroke and kidney disease. In fact, diabetics who smoke are three times more likely to develop cardiovascular disease than those who donít.


Keep your blood pressure and cholesterol under control.

The damage to health is often worse and more rapid when you have diabetes and high cholesterol. They can lead to threatening health conditions. Eating healthy foods and exercising regularly help greatly.


Pay attention to your feet.

High blood sugar can damage the nerves and reduce blood flow to your feet. Left untreated, cuts and blisters can lead to serious infections. Wash your feet daily in lukewarm water, dry the toes, moisturise with lotion and check for blisters, cuts, sores, redness or swelling.

Did you know

Did you know that the major cause of high incidence of diabetes is a sedentary lifestyle? While Type 1 diabetes, which is characterised by a lack of insulin production, cannot be prevented, Type 2 diabetes, which results from the body's ineffective use of insulin, can however be prevented. Exercise and diet can drastically reduce the incidence of developing Type 2 diabetes.

Our organs deteriorate as we age and seniors need special nutrition to help them adapt to age-related biological changes. If one suffers from diabetes, there is even greater risk of developing diabetes-related complications.


Kidney Friendly: Proteplex is a slow release protein (casein) which provides the goodness of protein in maintaining muscle and tissue growth without burdening the kidneys.

Heart Friendly: Lower in sodium, free from cholesterol and contains EPA and DHA for a healthy heart.

Low GI: Contains Carboplex which raises glucose (sugar) levels in a gradual manner. This helps to avoid a spike in blood glucose.

Improves Digestion: Specially formulated with Inuplex, which promotes the growth of good bacteria in the colon and regulates bowel movement. This allows for better nutrient absorption in the intestines and increase overall digestive health.

Meets the International Guidelines set by the:

The American Association of Kidney Patients
American Diabetes Association
The American Heart Association
Diabetes UK