Diabetes is a contagious disease
Diabetes is not a contagious disease, so type 2 diabetes is caused by obesity and hereditary factors, while the cause of type 1 diabetes is not specifically identified, but mostly due to autoimmune disorder.
Insulin treats diabetes
Correction: Insulin injections help to regulate the level of sugar in the blood only and is not intended to heal the patient.
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Children with diabetes can not exercise
Correction: Sports are important for children with diabetes as an important factor in regulating blood sugar levels and ensuring heart health.
Diabetic food is found in commercial markets under the name of diabetic foods
Correction: Diabetic nutrition is similar to that of non-infected people, but the meals and the nature of the food they eat should be organized so that they are not saturated with fat and mean salinity and should also be included in a balanced diet program prescribed by a doctor or nutritionist.
Diabetics can eat large amounts of fruit
Correction: Fruits are healthy food because they contain fiber and vitamins, but their content is high in carbohydrates, so they should be counted in calories consumed daily.