Diabesity is the condition of metabolic imbalance and disease that ranges all the way from mild blood sugar imbalances to full-blown diabetes.

“Uncontrolled diabetes leads to serious complications such as high BP, heart attacks, brain stokes, blindness, kidney failures and nerve damages with amputations. People with family history of diabetes, heart disease and obesity predisposed to have diabesity. If a women’s waist is greater than 35 inches and man have more than 40 inches and they often have craving for sugar and refined carbohydrate then they should have their check up done for diabeisty,”

Obesity is linked with diabetes, higher than normal body weight greatly increases the risk of Diabetes. An estimated 80% of Diabetes is related to Obesity. Obesity with increased diabetes is called diabesity.

Infertility is also very commonly associated with Diabesity. 70% of infertility cases are reported to have diabesity problems. Patient with diabesity also have low sex drive or sexual dysfunction problems.

Medically it is defined as metabolic dysfunction that ranges from mild blood sugar imbalances to full-fledged type 2 diabetes. Obesity is considered a major risk factor for diabetes, as it makes cells less able to use insulin to bring sugar in from the bloodstream. When you are already insulin resistant (diabetic or pre-diabetic) then it can be even harder to lose weight.

Diabesity is the major cause of Heart Disease, Stroke, Dementia, Cancer, Kidney failure and blindness therefore it has become the leading cause of death. Obesity is second most common preventable cause of cancer after tobacco.

Diabesity, a newly emerged term of medical science has taken more than one billion populations into its grip in past decade. Rising at an astounding level, diabesity has reached at an epidemic proportion. India is bracing for massive sugar in diabesity with estimating number of sufferers in next 20 years at more than 100 million.


Diabesity can be treated with various metabolic surgeries. Like Laparoscopy Gastric Bypass, Sleeve Gastrectomy, Duodena Jejunal Bypass. It has been proves that Type II DM, resolved in 90% of cases after Bariatric Surgery.