Fight Diabetes Naturally

  Diabetes in India has reached an endemic stage with about 62 million people suffering with this debilitating disease. This often chronic and deadly disease is fast spreading its tentacles and is expected to affect over 100 million people in India by 2030.  Types of Diabetes There are three types of diabetes: Type1, Type 2…

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Managing Diabetes From Morning to Night

  Keeping your blood sugar stable means taking certain steps throughout the day. Use this around-the-clock advice to help manage blood sugar. Good blood sugar management depends on following a routine that runs throughout your day from the time you get up until your head hits the pillow again at night. That’s because blood sugar levels…

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Beat Type-2 Diabetes with These 5 Tips

Type 2 diabetes is on the rise around the world however, there is much you can do to improve your life if you are diagnosed. Fortunately, the solution to type-2 diabetes doesn’t have to be found in insulin injections. A number of people are finding long term solutions through lifestyle changes. “Basic principles of good…

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EXERCISE AND DIABETES

With more than 62 million individuals currently diagnosed with the disease, blood sugar is fast gaining the status of a potential epidemic in India. It is predicted that by 2030, Dieabetes mellitus may afflict upto 79.4 million individual in India. physical activity and keeping a healthy weight can help take care of blood sugar and prevent…

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Manage Your Diabetes

  Many people avoid the long-term problems of diabetes by taking good care of themselves. Work with your health care team to reach your ABC goals (A1C, Blood Pressure, Cholesterol): Use this self-care plan. Use your diabetes meal plan. If you do not have one, ask your health care team about one. Make healthy food choices such…

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EARLY SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF DIABETES

In India more than 62 million individuals are currently diagnosed with diabetes, which is fast gaining the status of a potential epidemic. Most likely it is the combination of our food, lifestyle and genetics, which make Indians more prone to this medical condition. Physical inactivity and the consumption of fatty, high-caloric and sugary foods vastly…

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Natural treatment of Diabetes

  Our grandmas have been telling us about the usefulness of certain herbs and spices but it took researches from renowned institutions to establish them as the alternative treatments for Diabetes. We have compiled here a list of natural remedies to control the silent killer- diabetes: Fenugreek- Fenugreek seeds (Methi Dana) are known for their…

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PCOS: The Cousin of Diabetes

  Have you ever heard of polycystic ovary syndrome (or PCOS)? If not, don’t worry, as many people haven’t. Yet it’s estimated that 5 to 10 percent of women in the U.S. (about 5 million!) have this syndrome, whose wide variety of symptoms often affect their reproductive health in ways that can be truly devastating,…

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