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Type 2 diabetes

Type 2 diabetes is a chronic hyperglycemia primarily associated with overweight and a sedentary lifestyle.
The disease is becoming increasingly more widespread throughout the population, leading to serious complications related to the heart, blood vessels, eyes, kidneys and nerves.
Prevention is possible at the prediabetes stage, provided that certain hygiene and dietary measures are taken. Its treatment also requires a lifestyle change in combination with pharmacological treatments which may become more significant as the disease evolves.

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NAFL / NASH

NASH refers to the most advanced stage of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, involving a combination of fat accumulation, inflammation and lesions in the hepatocyte cells. In particular, these alterations can lead to cirrhosis or liver cancer.
Associated with sedentary lifestyles and poor eating habits, this epidemic has been silently spreading across developed countries.
Prevention and treatment of the risk factors are the only therapeutic solutions currently available.

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Overweight and obesity

Overweight and obesity are a serious health concern affecting all industrialized countries.
Overweight has been associated with a number of diseases, mainly certain cardiovascular conditions and cancers.
Its management, whether therapeutic or preventive, requires a high level of awareness and a long-term commitment from patients in order to provoke a lasting lifestyle change.

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Dyslipidemia

Dyslipidemia, or abnormal levels of fat in the blood, and more specifically hypercholesterolemia are omnipresent in the global population.
Gradually blocking the arteries, these conditions contribute to the development of several cardiovascular diseases.
Their treatment, prevention or cure involves modifying behaviors, combined, if necessary, with pharmacological treatments.

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The intestinal microbiota

Made up of billions of micro-organisms, the intestinal microbiota is essential for the human body to function properly.
Alterations (dysbiosis) to the healthy microbiota are involved in the development of various diseases, mainly metabolic, such as obesity or type 2 diabetes.
Correcting dysbiosis primarily involves the adoption of an adapted diet and the supplementation of beneficial microbial strains.

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