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Omni - D® is a food product that has proven medical benefits for people with type 2 diabetes. It is not a medicine and does not need to be prescribed by a doctor. It is comprised of food products that work to help people with type 2 diabetes manage their condition.

It is available for purchase directly from pharmacy January 2023, and will be recommended by your healthcare professional advising you on your diabetes management as part of your overall approach.

See what the experts have to say about Omni - D® "Minimisation of postprandial glycaemic excursions now represents a specific target in the management of type 2 diabetes given the recognition that the magnitude of the rise in blood glucose after a meal has a major influence on glycated haemoglobin and, hence, the risk of the microvascular complications of diabetes (ie eye, kidney and nerve damage) and also appears to be an independent determinant of cardiovascular disease." - Professor Michael Horowitz

Australian Diabetes Congress 2022 turns the spotlight on the latest breakthroughs

The Australian Diabetes Congress 2022 once again brought to light the effects of diabetes on the health system, but there were positives in the latest breakthroughs in research, education and clinical care.

The national Diabetes Services Scheme (NDSS) recorded 118,800 and over 119,000 new registrants between March 2020–2021 and March 2021–2022 – the highest recorded number of any 12-month period.

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