Unbeatable Mrs. T. Rithika 31 y.o., real-estate manager Juvenile TYPE 1 Diabetes Leading a beautiful life despite the odds. Rithika was 9 years old when her juvenile diabetes was diagnosed – a big shocker for the family. “It was summer holidays, and I was at my grandparent’s place in Hyderabad. There were mangos all around. And I ate a lot …Read More »
The COVID-19 second wave has hit India like a big storm. Even with the lockdown in place it will take a while before things come under control. Most hospitals and medical help centres have hit their capacity. At this point taking Covid precautions, proactively supporting each other and being patient is our only way out. Here are diabetes specific precautions …Read More »
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 »
——————————————————————————————————————————————– Author: Dr Sathyanarayana B Principal and Medical Superintendent Muniyal Institute of Ayurveda Medical Sciences, Manipal E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org 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 »
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 »