Diabetes affects about 3.7 million people in the UK, and 90 per cent of all cases are caused by type 2 diabetes.
The condition is caused by the pancreas that does not produce enough hormone insulin, or the body that does not respond to insulin.
Without insulin, the body is struggling to turn blood sugar into usable energy.
But you can avoid diabetes symptoms by eating more carrots, it is revealed.
Carrots are a kind of non-starchy vegetables, which may be the only best type of food for diabetes patients, said a medical site Diabetes.co.uk.
They contain many vitamins and soluble fibers that work to reduce blood sugar levels.
Eating more carrots and other non-starch vegetables can also help avoid certain complications from diabetes, including heart disease.
"There are certain types of foods that provide tremendous health benefits for people with diabetes," Diabetes.co.uk said. "They are often referred to as" super-diabetes ".
"Non-starchy vegetables may be the best type of food for people with type 2 diabetes.
"They contain lots of vitamin A, vitamin C and vitamin K. Non-starchy vegetables are also a source of soluble fiber, which reduces blood glucose levels and reduces the level of" bad "cholesterol.
"Research has consistently linked non-starchy vegetables to reduce the risk of high blood pressure, heart disease, and cancer.
"The American Diabetes Association recommends to cover at least half of your plate with non-starchy vegetables at meal time."
Other types of non-starchy vegetables include cabbage, lettuce, spinach, zucchini, broccoli and mushrooms.
You can also reduce the risk of diabetes symptoms by eating more berries, said the medical website.
Berries contain anthocyanins, which can reduce insulin resistance, while increasing insulin sensitivity.
Blood sugar levels are essential for diabetic patients because they are more at risk of some complications, including heart disease and strokes.
But many people might have a condition without even knowing it, because the symptoms do not have to make you feel good.
The usual symptoms of diabetes include feeling very tired, passing more urine than normal and blurred vision.
Talk to a doctor if you are concerned about the signs or symptoms of diabetes, or if you think you may be at risk.
A simple blood test should be enough to determine if you have diabetes.