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Lesser Known Benefits of Flaxseed (Alsi)

Flaxseeds are probably the most underestimated of the healthy seeds we should be eating. The health benefits that these fetch you are literally overwhelming. Rich in nutrients, proteins, fiber, fats, vitamins, and minerals, flaxseeds alone can meet the nutrient requirements of your body. This is why the wise men called it Linumusitatissimum, meaning the ‘most useful’ in Latin. Flaxseed laddoos …

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डायबिटीज़ प्रबंधन में लाभकारी है मखाना, जानिए कैसे?

मखाना को फॉक्स नट या कमल के बीज के रूप में भी जाना जाता है। यह एयुरेल फॉक्स नामक पौधे से प्राप्त किया जाता है। यह पौधा खासकर पूर्वी एशिया के पानी या तालाबों में उगता है। आपको जानकर हैरानी होगी कि शुगर के इलाज़ में मखाने का उपयोग करीब 3000 वर्षों से किया जा रहा है और यह हमारे …

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Stress and Your Blood Sugar Levels

Diabetes is a contributor to stress for several reasons: It is a condition that is chronic and lifelong Symptoms are usually disruptive It requires you to alter your lifestyle Treatment of this condition can cause side effects For many the disease can undermine self-confidence Stressful situations  associated with diabetes can upset the balance of your blood glucose levels. Hyperglycemic effect …

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Top 5 Benefits of Ashwagandha to Treat Diabetes & Reduce Anxiety and Depression

Ashwagandha is an age-old Ayurveda medicine which has been used to cure various diseases in the Asian continent. Also known as Indian Ginseng, it has been now scientifically proven to help battle diabetes and other chronic diseases. Battling diabetes is usually tough as you need to change your entire lifestyle and with it incorporate a new regime of medicines into …

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Diabetes and Hypertension | The Lethal Combination

Hypertension(high blood pressure) often affects people with type 1 and type 2 diabetes.Having these conditions together can make them both worse. Hypertension is also known as the “silent killer”. This is because it usually has no signs or symptoms and many people are not aware they have it. A blood pressure higher than 140/90 needs to be monitored, especially if …

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