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5 Ways to Manage Diabetes during Ganesh Chaturthi

Ganesh Chaturthi

Lord Ganesha is known to be the ‘Vighnaharta’ or the remover of obstacles, and hence, people seek blessings from him before starting out any new task. For this reason, Ganesh Chaturthi is one of the most prominent Hindu festivals in India. From the frolic and fun to the mouth relishing foods including modaks, the festival embarks the birthday of Lord …

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Significance of a Diabetes Educator & Why You Should See One

Significance of a Diabetes Educator & Why You Should See One

Every year, Teachers’ Day is celebrated to mark the role and importance of teachers’ in life and society. Although this day generally is celebrated for teachers in schools, a teacher can be anyone who helps in acquiring knowledge, competence and virtue.  Hence, on this Teachers’ Day, we tell you all about the teacher or the educator you must have in …

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The 5 Best Rainy Season Fruits to Control Your Blood Glucose Levels

There are certain fruits exclusively available during a particular season. Since fruits are an important addition to the diabetic diet, it is essential to enjoy the seasonal fruits and reap the benefits of them as and when they come. Having said that, here are the five best rainy season fruits that can help you control your blood glucose levels. ● Cherries …

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The 5 Best Diabetic Dessert Recipes For This Summer!

5 Best Diabetic Desserts To Manage Your Diabetes in Summer Heat

One of the most common myths surrounding diabetes is that a diabetic should stay away from desserts. However, it is not really essential to set off-limits but enjoying any dessert in moderation. Check out the 5 best diabetic desserts that will manage your diabetes in the summer heat. Are Desserts Part of Diabetes Food? Since diabetes is a condition that …

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Understanding the risk of Hepatitis in Diabetic Patients

Understanding the risk of Hepatitis in Diabetic Patients

According to a report by the International Diabetes Federation, approximately 425 million adults (20-79 years) were living with diabetes in 2017; by 2045, this will rise to 629 million. The condition which is progressive in nature can lead to many health complications, if not treated properly. Hepatitis is one such condition which can be harmful to diabetic patients. On World …

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