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Efforts to prevent diabetes such as giving Singaporeans healthier food options and helping patients manage their condition before it worsens have been ramped up since 2016 when the war on diabetes was launched.
From 2016 to last year, the proportion of Healthier Choice Symbol products in the market, across 100 food categories, increased by 7.4 percentage points, the Ministry of Health (MOH) said yesterday.
As of last year, one in two stalls in hawker centres and coffee shops had at least one healthier option on the menu. This was part of the Healthier Dining Programme.
People with diabetes are also getting greater support to help them manage their condition. Read the full article here. (Source: The New Paper)
To drive better decision-making about clinically effective and cost-effective patient care for you diabetic patients. You can refer to the Appropriate Care Guides (ACGs) on diabetes here.