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November, 2017

  • 24 November

    Healthy Cooking Techniques For Diabetics

    The age-old debate on foods that control diabetes still continues, but with healthier choices and increasing awareness about the need to manage the diet of a diabetic patient, people are adopting natural ways. While you can’t always find all the suggested items to arrange a diabetic friendly meal, making simple changes in your existing cooking techniques will surely do the …

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  • 24 November

    9 Fruits Diabetics Can Enjoy Guilt Free

    Although prescribed generously as ideal food for diabetics with fluctuating blood sugar levels by all healthcare experts, fruits are often viewed with skepticism by diabetics given their high sugar content. While a lot of things make it to the ideal diet for a diabetic patient, fruits remain the favourite choice given their high nutritional and fibre values. Here’s a list …

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  • 23 November

    Diabetes Myth Busters – A Mini Guide

    Living with myths can be dangerous. It is about time we have a look at some of the most common myths associated with Diabetes. Myth 1: My sugar levels are under control, my diabetes has gone away, and hence I can stop my medication Diabetes can be controlled but you cannot wish it away. You shouldn’t alter your medication unless …

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  • 23 November

    Dummies Guide to Necessary Needle Pricks – Which Diabetes Tests to undertake?

    Diabetes care includes various steps in order to ensure your blood sugar levels never go out of control. The first step is to be aware and undergo the recommended basic sugar tests on a regular basis in order to ensure you are always in charge of your health. These tests may start to seem repetitive after some time once you …

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  • 22 November

    All About Prediabetes

    What is Prediabetes? Prediabetes is a condition when blood sugar levels are higher than normal but not high enough to be called diabetes. Glucose is a form of sugar which your body uses for energy. Too much glucose in your blood stream can damage your body over time. What are the types of tests done to diagnose Prediabetes? Depending on …

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  • 22 November

    Jaggery, Honey, and Artificial Sweeteners – Can they form a part of your Diabetic Diet?

    Consistently keeping sugar levels under control is a challenge that all diabetics face day in and day out. The diabetic food must be carefully planned in order to ensure optimum nutrition and limited sugar intake. Healthy substitutes to sugar consumption are often considered an easier option but not many of us are aware of their impact on glucose level in …

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  • 22 November

    In A Nutshell – Nuts That Should Be a Part of your Daily Diabetic Diet

    A healthy diabetic diet must consist of all essential nutrients and calculated calories and carbohydrates in order to ensure you don’t overload. Research suggests that two servings of tree nuts (approximately 50-60 grams) lowers and stabilizes blood sugar level in people with Type 2 Diabetes. Here is a list of nuts along with their nutrients and the benefits they have …

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October, 2017

  • 17 October

    How Diabetes Exercise and Diet Can Help You This Diwali

    Indian festivals have an inseparable bond with variety of sweets and delicacies without which the celebrations never really seem complete. Garnered with delicious flavours and tempting aromas, the festive treats have the potential to tempt even those who claim to be strict diet or weight watchers. Such times especially become times of serious dilemma for diabetics – to indulge or …

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  • 17 October

    Make this Diwali Delicious with Sugar Free Diabetes Food

    Preparations for Diwali begin months in advance in order to ensure your home sweet home looks at its best when the festival of light arrives in all its glory. But think about it, even before your home, isn’t your body the real place where you live? While all of us work day and night to deck up our homes, are …

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  • 17 October

    5 Ways to Enjoy this Diwali with Sumptuous Diabetes Food

    While all Indian festivals are directly proportional to the mouth-watering temptations of our taste buds, it is the festival of lights which arrives with a bang, quite literally, throwing the immensely disciplined lifestyle followed by diabetics completely off-track. A festival to be welcomed and celebrated with open arms, Diwali begins playing with your taste buds months in advance, even if …

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