How Body Weight and Body Fat is linked to Diabetes

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Hi there, I am Pin Kee Lam.

I am a pharmacist (graduated from NUS), with over 30 years in the pharmaceutical industry. I also hold an MBA from University of Strathclyde (Scotland).

Throughout my career, I have managed pharmaceutical, consumer health and nutritional products across Asia-Pacific markets. 

After working closely with hundreds of patients with chronic illnesses (diabetes, dialysis and cancer) in their nutrition support, what I have discovered is that most age-related diseases are preventable, or reversible through healthy lifestyle.

I am passionate about sharing this knowledge and helping others enjoy a healthy and quality life, regardless of your age or genetic background. 

That is why I have dedicated this stage of my life to make all these insights and health information accessible to as many people as possible.

In addition to sharing knowledge through talks and seminars, I also strive to make these insights tangible through innovative products like H2:iD®.

My goal is to provide you with the tools you need to enhance your well-being and make positive changes by combining scientific research with practical solutions.

All information shared is from peer-reviewed journal articles, which are cross-referenced to ensure accuracy and currency.

How Body Weight and Body Fat is linked to Diabetes

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