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 »
Unbeatable Mr. Fulan Ahmed 51 y.o. Ex-assistant manager in a relocation company Recently retired during 2020 Lockdown Has reduced his HbA1C from 11% plus to 6.4% Mr Ahmed recalls.. “One day I was craving for sweets. So I drove to the city and ate sweets worth Rs.200. As I walked out I saw Jalebi on sale! I couldn’t control my …Read More »
Unbeatable Mr. Shafi Shaikh 38 y.o. Works as an engineer for a manufacturing company Diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes in 2015 Has reduced his HbA1C levels from 8.3% to 7.8% in the last 3 months with BeatO “I was working in the gulf, in 2015, when I had my first pancreatitis attack. At that time I had no idea what’s …Read More »
BeatO Unbeatables: Satish Chopra: Ms. Madhuparna brought my fasting sugar from 190mg/dL to 120mg/dL without changing my routine!
Unbeatable Mr. Satish Chopra 65 y.o. Writer, Director and Actor Diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes in 2016 Has reduced his fasting sugar from 190 mg/dL to 120 mg/dL with BeatO. When you ask his age, Mr. Chopra laughs and says – “I’m 25 with 40 years of experience. Not 65.” His positivity towards life is exemplary. He says, “Insaan …Read More »
BeatO member Anurag Iyer is a biker, motivational speaker and marketeer who loves to get inked. Anurag has type 1 diabetes, and was diagnosed in 2017 at the age of 31. While riding late night from Chandigarh to his home in Delhi, Anurag got a call from his mother that his maternal grandfather, Nanu, was no more. Anurag wanted to …Read More »
BeatO Unbeatables: S.H. Idrisi : If BeatO had come into my life 10 years back, I would have a log of 10 years of my sugar readings!
61 years old retired Sr. Administration officer at Lal Bahadur Shashtri Hospital Diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes at the age of 46. He has stopped Insulin and reduced his HbA1c from 8.3% to 6.0% with BeatO. With none of his parents suffering from Diabetes, Mr. Idrisi admits his diabetes was born out of his unhealthy lifestyle. His job was stressful – his …Read More »
BeatO Unbeatables: Meghaa Sud : When I was three and a half years old, my blood glucose came out to be 500 mg/dL!
Meghaa Sud is an entrepreneur and traveler with type 1 diabetes. “…My father came home from his tour and found me unconscious on my bed. Everybody thought I was sleeping but my father said there’s something wrong, she doesn’t sleep so much. It’s strange.” Megha’s family rushed her to the nearest hospital where doctors ran some tests on her. She …Read More »
BeatO Unbeatables: The Journey of Mr. Nagale, An Entrepreneur Who Was Diagnosed with Diabetes At The Age of 47 Years
Mr. Nagale is an electrical consultant, and an entrepreneur. He eats no outside food, doesn’t consume alcohol and has no genetic problems either. So it was a big surprise when 2 years back, at the age of 47, he was diagnosed with pancreatitis. The doctors were able to treat pancreatitis but Mr. Nagale was diagnosed with diabetes in the aftermath. …Read More »
BeatO Unbeatables: Story of Harsh Kedia who started a business to cater to sweet cravings of diabetics!
“The strongest are not those who show strength in front of you but those who win battles we know nothing about!” The age of fourteen can be quite pivotal. While some end up making futuristic career decisions, others begin to rebel and try figuring out their lives. This sea of emotions experienced during teenage, from first loves to breakups, is …Read More »
The perils of the existing pandemic are being discussed all across the globe including the consequences of Covid-19 on different aspects of human health. The one factor that is causing concerns in the healthcare industry is obesity. On World Obesity Day, we decipher the reasons why obesity could replace COVID-19 and become the next pandemic. What is Obesity? Obesity is …Read More »