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August, 2018

  • 30 August

    Role of Diabetes Educators in your Diabetes Management

    Living with diabetes does not only involve eating healthy and following a healthy lifestyle. If you truly want to master the art of managing blood glucose levels and lead a healthy and happy life with diabetes, understanding the basics and dynamics of this progressive disease is the key. While diabetes education is often taken lightly, the truth is no lasting …

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  • 27 August

    Ragi Almond Vegetable Soup

    The term soup sounds boring and something for the sick people. But today we bring you Ragi almond vegetable soup- a diabetic friendly recipe but can be enjoyed by all alike.  This is a wholesome high protein soup that is packed with flavours from ginger and black pepper. The addition of vegetables to the soup makes it power-packed with nutrition …

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  • 27 August

    How to manage lifelong risk of Gestational Diabetes

    During the last three months of pregnancy, approximately 7 % of women have such high levels of glucose in their blood that their body cannot produce enough insulin to absorb it all. This is known as gestational diabetes which poses great health risks both for the child and the mother. The primary treatment for GDM is to control a mother’s …

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  • 24 August

    Onam Sadhya : The ideal meal for diabetics

    If you are a Malayali you most likely know what we are talking about, if not then read on. Onam is an ancient festival celebrated in the month of ‘Chingam’.It is the annual celebration of the visit of the Asura King ‘Mahabali’. The era of Mahabali was considered the golden time of Kerala.Onam is celebrated over 10 days starting from …

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  • 24 August

    Prepare your own Diabetes Emergency Kit

    When it comes to living with a progressive lifestyle disease like diabetes, preparing for the worst case scenario is not being pessimistic. It is in fact being smart. Preparing in advance for the possible emergency situation which may occur without prior warning is always better than facing health complications later on. Diabetics need to be vary of even the slightest …

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  • 23 August

    Diabetic Diet: High Fiber Barley Linked to Diabetes Prevention

    What is barley? Barley also known as the ‘food of gladiators’, is a cereal grown in temperate climates. It is known to be one of the first cultivated grains mainly in Eurasia. Barley is being cultivated since ancient times. It is used as food or for beer or distilled beverages. But another major use of this cereal is the various …

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  • 23 August

    Benefits of Olive Oil in Preventing & Managing Diabetes

    A brief about olive oil Olive oil is liquid fat that is obtained from olives, a traditional tree crop of the Mediterranean Basin. The oil is obtained by pressing whole olives and is commonly used in cooking. Olive oil is basically monounsaturated fat. The best type of olive oil is the extra virgin olive oil and like all fats, it …

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  • 21 August

    Your Bakra Eid Menu!

    Bakra Eid called as Eid- ul- Adha is one of the important festivals celebrated among Muslims around the world. It is a ‘feast of sacrifice’ where there is delicious food which is shared with extended family and friends. Apart from food, Muslims also offer the Eid prayers which plays a major role in the celebration. Muslims across the world have …

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  • 16 August

    A Parsi Twist to your Diet

    Celebrated on August 17, Parsi New Year or Navroz brings in new clothes,interchanging sweets and festival wishes. This day is celebrated with great pomp and fervor. Delicious lunch and sweets are an integral part of the celebrations. While Zoroastrians across the world celebrated the new year on March 21, India celebrates it in August. This is because the Parsi community in India …

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  • 16 August

    Weight Loss and Diabetes Reversal

    Reversing type 2 diabetes is possible with effective weight loss and a diabetic person can live normal life if lifestyle, weight loss and diet are well maintained. Type 2 diabetes develops when adequate amount of insulin is not produced in the body or the amount of insulin produced in body is restrained to function properly due to which sugar in …

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