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October, 2018

  • 31 October

    आंवला और डायबिटीज़ः कितना लाभकारी या कितना गुणकारी?

    यूं तो आंवला का उपयोग दवाओं में किया जाता है और इसका जिक्र आयुर्वेद तक में है। लेकिन क्या यह डायबिटीज़ में गुणकारी है। अगर है तो कितना है ऐऔर नहीं है तो क्यों नहीं नहीं है। डायबिटीज़ से जूझ रहे प्रत्येक व्यक्ति के मन में यह सवाल जरूर कहीं न कहीं उठता होगा। तो आपको पहले ही स्पष्ट कर …

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  • 29 October

    Tips for a healthy pregnancy as a diabetic

    Pregnancy is full of challenges—and even more so if you have type 1 or type 2 diabetes. Get sugar under control: When thinking of getting  pregnant, you need to kick bad habits (like smoking), lose weight (if you’re overweight), and take prenatal vitamins. If you have diabetes another thing you need to add is getting your blood sugar under control.If …

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  • 29 October

    Diabetes and Healthy Eating

    Diabetes is a chronic condition which can be managed with healthy eating. The main goal of food is to maintain your sugar level and not cause excessive spikes and falls. Here is a list of food items that are beneficial for diabetics and those looking for a healthy lifestyle: Avocados: Avocados have healthy fat. Avocados have roughly about 20 types …

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  • 25 October

    Diabetes Management at Work

    Work itself makes life busy. You hustle from office to home and in between there are lots to do that more than often, you end up not getting time for yourself. With a condition such as diabetics, life becomes even more difficult to manage. Stressing out is never the solution in such situations. It is all the more necessary that …

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  • 25 October

    A guide to the Keto Diet

    These days Keto diet is quite famous and lots of people are also following it but have you ever thought what is it all about? Well, in basic terms it’s when you trick your body into using your own body fat, as it’s the main energy source in place of carbohydrates. It is very popular method of losing excess fat …

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  • 25 October

    Understand more about Diabetic Nephropathy

    What is diabetic nephropathy? It is a type of progressive kidney disease which is prone to occur in people who have diabetes. It affects people with both type 1 and type 2 diabetes, and the risk increases with the duration of the disease. Some other factors like high blood pressure and a family history of kidney disease also contribute to …

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  • 25 October

    What should you know about insulin resistance

    Insulin resistance is a common medical condition which leads to diabetes in people eventually. Insulin is the hormone produced by the beta cells of pancreas called Islets of Langerhan. They facilitate the decomposition and absorption of glucose in human body. When your cells exhibit resistance to insulin, they become indifferent to normal doses of the hormone. This creates imbalance in …

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  • 24 October

    Pre-diabetes and its Risk Factors

    Pre-diabetes means that the body is having a problem keeping the blood sugar level within a specific range. Generally, the body regulates blood glucose on its own, through glucose homeostasis. When the blood sugar levels are too excessive then the body releases insulin to lesser the level of blood sugar to within the normal range. If the blood sugar level …

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  • 24 October

    Benefits of blood glucose monitoring

    Glucose monitors play very significant roles in controlling diabetes. Health care experts are one in underscoring the benefits of blood sugar monitoring for managing diabetes and good health in general. Constant monitoring assists diabetics prevent serious problems and can be done using a glucometer. Earlier, urine testing was done to check for sugar levels. Nowadays, it is no longer suggested …

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  • 23 October

    How to dispose needles and lancets?

    There are many diabetics who use supplies such as needles, lancets and blood strips which later become medical waste. It is important to know not just how to use them but also how to dispose your diabetic supplies safely and properly. #Tip 1: Never Share Always remember to use your own needles, lancet and syringes. It is also important to …

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