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January, 2018

  • 30 January

    Diet For Diabetes: What To Eat To Maintain A Good Glycemic Control?

    “Rita was training to be a Diabetes Educator and was learning from the best Endocrinologists in town. Her quest for knowledge included thorough research and learning new terminologies from latest medical journals. Glycemic Control was a novice subject that she was excited to explore. Recent updates from American Diabetes Association, informed Rita that Glycemic Control is the continuous management of …

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  • 30 January

    Diet For Diabetes: Should I Avoid Instant Foods?

    In this fast paced world, instant foods have taken prominent space in the kitchen shelf. Easy to cook, quick fix solution and all-in- a-box meal has made instant foods popular. Diabetes is a chronic condition that requires holistic eating. The food that one eats plays immediate role on the blood glucose levels in case of diabetes. A diabetes diet is …

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  • 29 January

    Kidney Damage – Prevention and Management in Diabetics

    Diabetes care and diabetes management extends beyond regular sugar level monitoring. Fluctuating blood sugar levels cause irreversible damage to your kidneys in the long run. Our Kidneys are made up of thousands of tiny blood vessels whose main function is to filter waste from our blood. Diabetes can cause damage to the blood vessels thereby affecting this filtering process and …

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  • 29 January

    Healthy Diet Plan to Keep Diabetes at Bay

    It is essential to have a balanced, planned and nutritious diet. A good diet should be flexible, with ample choices and also customized to one’s needs. There should be a focus on the carbohydrate count and the glycemic index. If the diabetic diet plan is set right, it will help in controlling the sugar levels, the cholesterol and the weight. …

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  • 22 January

    Know your blood sugar levels during pregnancy – Gestational Diabetes

    What is Gestational Diabetes? Acquired during pregnancy, gestational diabetes is a condition of high blood glucose levels which were normal before you become pregnant. With a little care, balancing blood sugar levels ensures you have a healthy pregnancy and both the mother and the child remain safe post the delivery. Gestational diabetes is usually a temporary health condition that arises …

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  • 22 January

    Handling an Insulin Overdose – A How To Guide for Diabetics

    Insulin is commonly known as an essential part of diabetes management and maintaining normal blood sugar levels. But not many of us know about the role insulin plays inside our body with respect to managing your blood sugar levels. Role of Insulin in Diabetes • Insulin regulates sugar levels in your bloodstream and helps maintain them within the normal range. …

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December, 2017

  • 29 December

    New Year Resolutions every Diabetic Should Take – Diabetes Management Tips

    Years come and pass by, the calendar changes every time and so does your health resolutions for the upcoming year. But if you observe closely, some of us end up making the same resolutions for a better health almost every year simply because we end up forgetting them only three months into the New Year. While working towards leading a …

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  • 27 December

    Traveling during Holidays – Things every Diabetic should keep in mind

    Having to live with diabetes day in and day out soon becomes a lifestyle and this lifestyle disease overpowers one’s routine after some time. While most people let it define their happiness and become hopeless about living a normal life again, others make a proactive choice to take charge and lead a happier life WITH diabetes. Have you ever withheld …

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  • 27 December

    Christmas Gifting Ideas for Diabetics – 7 Gifts your Diabetic Friends or Family Members will Love

    Come December and it is amazing how everyone start recalling each other’s likes and preferences in order to shortlist the ideal Christmas gifts for their friends and family members. Despite all the research, brain storming and of course the heart-warming, being decisive about Christmas gifts seems a far-fetched possibility. This dilemma becomes tougher to come out from if your friends …

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November, 2017

  • 24 November

    The 1 to 10 Guide for Balancing Your Blood Sugar

    1. 45 minutes to ONE-hour walk is mandatory An important part of your diabetes care involves keeping yourself physically active and fit. If national diabetes association is to be believed, basic and short-term exercises for diabetes help cells in your muscles to take up more glucose in order to use it for energy and tissue repair, therefore lowering blood sugar …

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