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What is fat fasting? Learn about when and how to do it

This type of fasting works effectively, especially among diabetic people. According to Megan Ramos, program director at the Intensive Dietary Management (IDM) program, they began utilising fat fasting several years ago in the IDM program wherein one diabetic patient was having difficulties to fast again The patient was asked to eat bacons and eggs as […]

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Chhattisgarh: Scientist find anti-cancer properties in rice

How much rice can a diabetic eat?

Diet plays an important role in staying healthy, especially for people with diabetes. Many people wonder whether high-carbohydrate foods such as rice are healthy to eat. This article will explain how to count carbohydrates, how to incorporate rice into the diet, and what the healthy alternatives to rice are. Diabetes basics Diabetes mellitus is a […]

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Here are foot care guidelines for diabetics while travelling

#WorldDiabetesDay: Here are foot care guidelines for diabetics while travelling

When its summer time, its travel time. Thousands of people across the country will pack their bags and zoom off to the destinations of their choice. One wants to travel to enjoy, seeing new places and being with their family and friends. Enjoy, of course, but a word of caution for all diabetics. If you […]

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#WorldDiabetesDay: This is how a diabetic patient should eat fruits

Certain fruits may cause your blood sugars to spike at a quicker pace than others. The tricky part about eating with diabetes is that everyone responds to food differently. Consume fruit in its whole, natural form, and avoid syrups or any processed fruits with added sugar, which have the tendency to spike your blood sugar. […]

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7 scientifically proven ways to lose body fat fast without any exercise and diet

Fat mass index, not BMI, associated with cardiovascular events in people with diabetes

Heart disease is a major cause of death worldwide, and obesity is a major risk factor. Body mass index, a common measure of obesity, has been recently shown to be an imperfect metric because it does not distinguish between lean muscle mass and fat mass. When issues related to obesity are studied, suitable metrics that […]

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Is brown sugar better for diabetics than white sugar?

Although both are essentially more or less the same, there are still prevalent misconceptions concerning both white and brown sugar. For example, even though they’re made from the same source, brown sugar is usually called as the healthier and more natural option between the two. Because of this, diabetic people are usually encouraged to choose […]

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Thane Eyebetes Foundation attempts to break two diabetes-related Guinness World Records

Eyebetes Foundation with Dr Nishant Kumar and Thane Collector,  Rajesh Narwekar have organised one of the largest diabetic eye screening and diabetic kidney screening for the rural and tribal diabetics of Thane district. The Guinness World Record attempt will directly benefit thousands of poor rural and tribal diabetics who do not have access to the […]

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Mediterranean diet linked to better memory for diabetics, reveals study

Mediterranean diets have long been linked to better heart and brain health as well as a lower risk of developing diabetes. But research to date hasn’t offered a clear picture of whether any cognitive benefits of eating this way might differ for people with and without diabetes, said lead study author Josiemer Mattei of the […]

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Diabetics, don’t take your injuries lightly

Diabetics, don’t take your injuries lightly

Amputation is the removal of a limb by trauma, medical illness, or surgery. As a surgical measure, it is used to control pain or a disease process in the affected limb, such as malignancy or gangrene. Diabetic neuropathy develops in 60 to 70% of people with diabetes. Risk of neuropathy and amputation increases with advanced […]

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