Valentine’s Day campaign “Buy Once , Give Twice!” announced by American Diabetes Wholesale, the company will forward 50% of their profits to the promotion of the Greater Palm Beach County Chapter of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF).
The profits will be derived from the sale of gift baskets which includes diabetic food, low-carb food, diabetic candies and diabetic care themes.
Type 1 diabetes (IDDM) is typical with children and adults, earlier known as juvenile diabetes. However, recent researches reveal that type 1 diabetes is not restricted to a certain age.
It is estimated that about 10-15% in United States are suffering with juvenile or type 1 diabetes diabetes. Approximately 35 American children are diagnosed with juvenile diabetes every day.
American Diabetes Wholesale is a dedicated concern which is focused on helping customers effectively manage diabetes by providing one of the largest selections of diabetes-related products, fast service, significant discounts etc.
The Greater Palm Beach County Chapter established by the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation coordinates events to raise money for research, such as Golf/Tennis Tournaments, Galas, Walks and more. The chapter also acts as a resource for information, referrals and support.
Thus American Diabetes Wholesale is sticking to its motto of “Keeping diabetes management affordable” and forwarding a helping hand to the diabetic world with its innovative business strategies.
Juvenile diabetes is an autoimmune disorder which can be due to environmental trigger or virus, which hampers the function of beta cell. Once the beta cells are destroyed the body is unable to produce insulin.
It is considered to be a more hereditary problem than excess eating or being obese.
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