Sunday , 25 July 2021

Recent Posts

Recent Posts

Stress relieving food for people with chronic conditions

Stress has become inevitable in our day to day lives. It could be due to financial troubles, troubles with relationships or with our work. The brain single-handedly uses up 20 percent of the body’s total energy reserves. In order to relieve ourselves of stress, we indulge in stress-eating. Momentarily, it might satiate your craving to eat something delicious, but this …

Read More »

How does stress affect your body?

What is stress? Most of us identify with stress as something that gives a feeling of physical or emotional tension to a person. Stress affects different people differently. It can make you feel nervous, frustrated, or even angry.  Stress is your body’s response to any challenging external factors. It is caused by the stress causing factor or stressor and can …

Read More »

How to Manage Stress and Keep Sugar Levels in Check

Stress, both mental and physical, has been proven to elevate blood glucose. Management of stress can help in maintaining the sugar levels. Whenever we think about the cause of diabetes, we usually focus on genetic factors, unhealthy eating habits, or lack of exercise that leads to obesity as the most common causes. While this is right, we often tend to …

Read More »

BeatO Unbeatables: Vikas Suneja: Within 10 days of using BeatO, I saw a significant change in my sugar levels!

BeatO Unbeatables: Vikas Suneja  Within 10 days of following the diet prescribed by my BeatO Diabetes educator, I saw a significant change in my sugar levels! Vikas Suneja is a 31-year-old Data Scientist living in Delhi. He has an unparalleled zest for life and likes to play with his son during his free time. He was diagnosed with Type 2 …

Read More »

FAQs Answered : Covid-19 Vaccine & Diabetes

Looking for answers related to Covid-19 vaccine and how it affects you? Please find all your vaccine FAQs answered by Dr. Mudit Sabharwal, Head of Medical Affairs and Consultant Diabetologist at BeatO, and Dr. Minal Mohit, Consultant Endocrinologist at BeatO. 1. Is it safe for me to get the vaccine if blood clotting is hereditary in my family? A bleeding …

Read More »

Unbeatables: Veena Bhardwaj : It’s only after I spoke to my diabetes educator, I realized why my blood sugar kept fluctuating!

Unbeatables: Veena Bhardwaj : It’s only after I spoke to my diabetes educator, I realized why my blood sugar kept fluctuating!

Unbeatables #14 Veena Bhardwaj Scientist in a forensic laboratory, 34 y.o. pre-diabetic. Got her fluctuating sugar and PCOS in control Miss Veena Bhardwaj is not only a scientist making forensic reports for crime investigation, but also the first woman officer in Chhattisgarh. She sees crime on a daily basis and her work schedule gets too hectic at times. “No matter …

Read More »

BeatO Unbeatables : Shirish Joshi : After using the BeatO App, my sugar levels now fall in the pre-diabetic range!

Unbeatables #13 Unbeatable Mr. Shirish Joshi, 60 y.o. Type 2 diabetic Living in Navi Mumbai Voluntary retired Reduced his HbA1c From 8% to 6.3% in three months Mr. Shirish got to know about his Diabetes about 15 years back. “Having diabetes and having troubles due to diabetes are two different things. I started getting major troubles due to diabetes only …

Read More »

INSOL-N AN AYURVEDIC POLYHERBOMINERAL PRODUCT- A PROMISING ANSWER FOR DIABETES MELLITUS

INSOL-N AN AYURVEDIC POLYHERBOMINERAL PRODUCT- A PROMISING ANSWER FOR DIABETES MELLITUS

——————————————————————————————————————————————– Author: Dr Sathyanarayana B Principal and Medical Superintendent Muniyal Institute of Ayurveda Medical Sciences, Manipal E-mail: info@ayurvedas.com telefax: 0820-2575025 ———————————————————————————————————————————————– Diabetes mellitus has gained gigantic disgrace in recent times as it is fast becoming the world’s largest silent killer. India has been projected by WHO as the country with the fastest growing population of Diabetic patients. India has about …

Read More »

BeatO Unbeatables: Nishant Joshi : In just one month, my readings went from red to yellow to green!

Unbeatables #12: Mr. Nishant Joshi, 31 y.o, Type 1 diabetic Ph.D. student studying biotechnology Reduced his Postprandial from 200mg/dL to 120mg/dL Joshi did not know he was diabetic until 2016 when he started experiencing increased thirst and frequent urination. The doctors diagnosed him with Type1 diabetes and told him that things were serious and needed immediate attention – this got …

Read More »