Thursday , 28 October 2021

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October, 2021

  • 26 October

    BeatO Unbeatables: Rajiv Shankar : “Beato is like a lifeline for diabetic patients. ” 

    53 years old Works in the Railway Department Diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes  Rajiv Shankar is 53 years old and lives in Bihar with his wife and two sons. He works with the Railway Department. He was diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes in March 2021. “I felt very scared when I got to know about my condition. My fasting reading came …

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  • 15 October

    Diabetes Care Guide for Dussehra 2021

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    Dussehra brings us back to our favourite childhood memories. Ramleela, fireworks, delicacies and a joyful time with our family. But along with the festivities, Dussehra is a reminder of the power of good over evil. It is celebrated as a major Hindu festival in India with absolute grandeur. We honour the victory of good over evil by burning the effigy …

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  • 12 October

    The role of Diabetes Educators in managing your diabetic condition

    Who is a Diabetes Educator? Diabetes educators are healthcare professionals who have an expertise in the field of diabetes. They have to pass an exam in order to become a certified diabetes educator.  The role of a diabetes educator is to help a person with diabetes to improve their condition and get their sugar levels within the controlled range. They …

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  • 2 October

    6 principles of Gandhi for diabetics

    Mahatma Gandhi, father of the nation, is an example to millions of people who wish to have a holistic approach towards life. The Gandhian thought has managed to conquer the minds of everyone alike. His principles will reach their true greatness only when people apply them to their lives and lead a happy and fulfilling life.  To reminisce and celebrate …

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  • 1 October

    Coffee for Diabetics: Yay or Nay?

    Everyone likes to have their daily dose of caffeine in a different form. You may want to choose from cappuccino, iced coffee, black coffee, macchiato, Irish coffee among others. Caffeine is addictive and most people can’t think of starting their day without their daily dose of happiness.  While we like to relish our daily cup, we seldom think about the …

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September, 2021

  • 24 September

    Common mistakes people make while monitoring blood sugar levels

    Ever wondered why you sometimes get an inaccurate reading even when you’re using the best glucometer and ensuring a timely monitoring? Sometimes, you might be doing even the simplest things in the wrong manner that result in an inaccurate reading. It is common knowledge how a blood sugar reading is checked. It requires you to prick your finger using a …

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  • 17 September

    Importance of World Patient Safety Day for Diabetics

    Are you a new mother who is suffering from the following symptoms- high blood sugar levels, high blood pressure, low oxygen levels, etc.? There is a possibility that you are suffering from a chronic condition called Diabetes.  World Patient Safety Day is an initiative by WHO (World Health Organisation) and other medical institutions to increase the awareness about ensuring the …

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  • 10 September

    Diabetic-friendly ways to enjoy Ganesh Chaturthi

    Ganesh Chaturthi is considered to be a major Hindu festival in India. It is believed that if we receive the blessings of Lord Ganesha, we receive the blessings of all divine beings. Lord Ganesha is believed to remove all our obstacles and makes sure that we have a pleasant journey (life itself).  Ganesh Chaturthi is a time for absolute fun …

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  • 9 September

    Diabetic friendly ingredients to make smoothies

    Looking for a delicious, healthy smoothie to charge up your morning? Try one of these additions in your smoothies to make your smoothie healthy and delicious. Having diabetes does not mean you have to keep away from the foods you love, but it means that you have to make healthier choices. You should fruits and vegetables which are heavy in nutrition …

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  • 7 September

    BeatO Unbeatables : Ankit Rai : BeatO helped me reduce my HbA1c from 14.7% to 5.9% within a year.

    “My diabetic condition had led me into a diabetic coma. BeatO helped me bring down my HbA1c from 14.7% to 5.9% within a year.” 24 years old Software Developer Diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes Ankit Rai works as a Software Developer in Noida. His parents live in his hometown, Gorakhpur. He was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes in March 2020. …

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