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February, 2018

  • 12 February

    Make your Diabetic Partner Feel Extra Special on Valentine’s Day – Gifting Ideas

    It is that time of the year again – when you and your loved one marvel at the bond you share and share sweets, chocolates and some adorable gifts to show you care. However, when you have diabetes, it is common to have reservations about celebrating a day which is so focused on sweets – chocolates, candies, delicious desserts and …

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  • 10 February

    Diabetes Diet: Is Keto Diet Safe To Lose Weight If You Have Diabetes?

    Diabetes and obesity are interlinked. India is supposedly the diabetes capital of the world. Of all the factors responsible for making it seem so extreme, ‘obesity’ is the primary cause. Interestingly, our country is recognized to have lower overweight and obesity rates as compared to western counter parts. Worryingly, even lean Indian adults with a lower BMI are at equal …

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  • 8 February

    Be Assured, Let Your Endocrinologist and Diabetes Educator Guide You.

    India serves as a potluck of therapeutic remedies. We are a nation of various therapies and alternatives when it comes to disease management. It is by temperament to visit the medical practitioner only when all has failed. The community chemist’s over the counter tablets or aunt’s home remedies are the appreciated ‘on-the-go’ line of treatment in our country. This is …

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  • 6 February

    Diabetic Diet: All You Need To Know About Karela Juice

    Indian diet contains a strongly flavored vegetable Bitter Gourd also known as Karela in Hindi. Although it is not appreciated for its taste by few, Karela juice has been known to have antidiabetic significance. Here are a few studies to reinforce this point: The effect of karela (Momordica charantia) was observed on glucose and insulin concentrations in nine non-insulin-dependent diabetes …

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  • 6 February

    Skin problems in Diabetics

    Diabetes can affect many parts of your body, including your skin. When diabetes affects the skin, it’s often a sign that your blood sugar (glucose) levels are too high. This could mean that: a) You have undiagnosed diabetes, or pre-diabetes b) Your treatment for diabetes needs to be adjusted Luckily, these skin problems can be prevented or easily treated if …

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  • 6 February

    Rainbow in your life, and plate – Veggies and Fruits for Diabetics

    Dear diabetics, let’s add a rainbow to your life with colorful fruits and vegetables in your diabetic diet and make your life and diabetic food plate more colorful and zesty. The best foods for diabetic patients are most often whole foods that are not processed, such as fruits and vegetables. Including these extra-healthy power foods in your diet will help …

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  • 6 February

    Make your Driving easy with Diabetes

    Driving in India can be a great learning experience, especially for amateurs who get to challenge their driving skills every time they hit the Indian roads. While Indian roads surely serve as the most difficult to drive on, moreover due to increasing volume of traffic, it becomes especially difficult for people with diabetes. Observing precautions while on Indian roads is …

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  • 6 February

    Healthy Chaat Picks for Diabetics

    Chaat or Indian Street food is a quintessential part of Indian culture. Everyone wants to dip their fingers into these lip-smacking dishes once in a while. When Indian street food serves as a staple for everyone, wouldn’t diabetics want to enjoy these mouth-watering delicacies? But when it comes to following a strict diabetic diet, these delicious food items nowhere appear …

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  • 3 February

    Managing Diabetes: Young and Living T1D- Type 1 Diabetes.

    “This is a true event. The course of life can be ironic for some of us. It has the strangest ways of testing our resilience and teaching us lessons. As I was preparing for new frontiers as a diabetes educator, a close friend who is a doctor confided in me over a work lunch. Her only daughter, a 19 year …

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  • 3 February

    Diet For Diabetes: All You Need To Know About Methi Daana

    Methi Daana Atta is one of the most favored flour recommended by diabetes educator at BEATO. The mildly spiced flour has benefits that are unique as well as requites for diabetes diet therapy. Methi daana is the Hindi name for seeds of the fenugreek plant. It is widely used in flavoring Asian Indian curries as well as dry vegetable preparations …

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