Changes in lifestyle to prevent diabetes among adult population by country 2013

This statistic displays the percentage of the adult population that is making lifestyle changes to help lower risk of developing diabetes as of 2013, by selected country. In China, 42.1 percent of the adult population in urban areas were eating a low-sodium diet to help reduce diabetes risk. Over 380 million people globally currently live with diabetes, by maintaining a healthy lifestyle and diet, risk of developing diabetes can be lowered.

Percentage of adult population maintaining a healthy lifestyle to prevent diabetes as of 2013

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Release date

November 2014



Survey time period

2012 and 2013

Age group

18 years and older

Supplementary notes

Base numbers of surveyed adults: United States: n = 97,500; European Union (EU-5): n = 80,600; Japan: n = 30,000; China: n = 20,000; Brazil: n = 12,000; Russia: n = 10,000.

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