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Decoding Yoga and Diabetes

Decoding Yoga and Diabetes

The International Day of Yoga is celebrated on June 21 every year to promote its benefits on the human body. In fact, it is known to help in treating life-threatening complications over a period of time. One of the common health conditions that can be managed through this ancient form of science is diabetes. The relationship between yoga and diabetes …

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Understanding Diabetes and Blood Donation

Understanding Diabetes and Blood Donation

Blood donation is a selfless way to help others and save lives. In fact, donating blood can save up to three lives all in one hour. World Donor Day, observed on June 14, encourages people to donate blood to overcome the blood deficit present worldwide. WHO data revealed that India is one of the developing nations suffering from an annual …

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Understanding Diabetes Insipidus

Understanding diabetes insipidus

Have you heard of Diabetes Insipidus before? Does this ring the bell of diabetes in you? However, what you might not know is that diabetes insipidus is a condition entirely unrelated to sugar levels. In this article, learn everything about the condition, diabetes insipidus. What is Diabetes Insipidus? Diabetes Insipidus is a rare condition where the kidneys are unable to …

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Milk for Diabetics: An Overview

Milk for diabetics

Most of our childhood went by with parents trying to urge us to drink milk for energy. In fact, we never used to know the type of milk provided to us. However, as we grew up, we realized the different types of milk and understood their nutrition profile. Although milk or dairy products are still considered to be an essential …

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Is beer good for diabetes?

Beer Mug - Is beer good for diabetes

With the onset of summers, the million dollar question every diabetic ask – Is beer good for diabetes? However, they are also worried about the consequences of alcohol consumption and what it can do to their sugar levels. In this article, we tell you how alcohol affects your blood sugar levels, how a person with diabetes can have beer without …

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Top 10 Superfoods That Help In Managing Sugar Levels

Top 10 Superfoods That Help In Managing Sugar Levels

Not all healthy foods can be called superfoods. Some greens such as spinach, cabbage, and kale contain more nutrients in comparison to others. Here are some of the healthiest foods that are not only rich in vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and fiber but also helps in reducing sugar levels too.   Sunflower Seeds One of the unique quality about sunflower seeds …

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Colors of Health

Did you know the amount of vegetables you eat isn’t the only thing you need to take into consideration but also the variety of different colors? This is because different colors of fruits and vegetables indicate the different nutrients they contain. This is why consuming a rainbow of fruits and vegetables helps ensure you get enough of the different nutrients …

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Dance with Diabetes

Exercise plays a vital role in managing your diabetes. But does the idea of hitting the gym or running exhaust you. Try dancing as a workout instead!Besides being a fun exercise, dancing has several physical, mental, and emotional benefits as well. Cardiovascular Benefit: Waltz your way to a healthy heart.Dancing helps make the heart stronger and doing it for about …

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On Road with Diabetes

There’s nothing like packing your bags, piling everybody into the car, and heading out for a vacation. However, long trips can also pose challenges to your health especially if you are a diabetic. Some planning can help make sure that you’re prepared to take care of yourself while you’re on the go.This way, you’ll  spend less time worrying about your …

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Diabetes Educators: Why They Are Important In Diabetes

Diabetes education is the cornerstone to diabetes management, this is because diabetes requires day-to-day knowledge of nutrition, exercise, monitoring, and medication. Diabetes is unlike other diseases, such as cholesterol and blood pressure, where medication alone can at times successfully treat it.There are a lot of other components to diabetes, such as: nutritional management, physical activity, medications, glucose monitoring, and psycho-social …

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