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Diabetes is a condition in which blood glucose (sugar) levels are abnormally high. It is caused by the glucose's inability to enter your cells. As a result, your cells are in need of nourishment (glucose).It would be like a famished person being surrounded by tables of delicious food but unable to eat because their mouth has been stitched shut. Diabetes was once considered a rare disease in both developed and developing countries. Today's narrative is a little different.It is estimated that about 150 million people are impacted by the condition worldwide. This number is steadily rising; by 2025, more than 250 million individuals will have diabetes if current trends continue.