With the fast-rising numbers and statistics, it is undeniable that diabetes is as prevalent as it is not only worldwide but more so here in the Philippines. In 2019, there were about 4.9 million diagnosed in the country with a prevalence rate of around 6.1%. An exponential increase is most likely taking place during these COVID times with almost 5 million being affected by it. It is one of the most common diseases wherein it could potentially be passed on from one generation to another, specifically type 2 diabetes. And a lot of families have a history of diabetes.