India has become Diabetes capital of the world, around 422 million people worldwide
have diabetes. Initially, it was viewed as a ‘disease of the wealthy’ and was mostly
found among elderly people in developed countries. Now, however, diabetes has
become a fast-growing problem and affects every section of society unbiased.
This rising prevalence of diabetes is a combination of many factors like -rapid urbanization, sedentary lifestyles, unhealthy diets, regular consumption of tobacco/alcohol, and most alarming overweight and obesity. It is a complex, chronic & progressive disease. One disease but every individual has
Its ups & downs with ---
- Carbohydrate Counting
- Glycaemic Index (GI)
- Myths & facts about disease
- Glucose (sugar) monitoring
- Insulin pens/syringes issue
- Insulin functioning
- Sick day guidelines
To understand/ manage the disease, counsellor plays a very important role. As, it requires day-to-day knowledge of nutrition, exercise, monitoring, and medication. Diabetes education is a cornerstone of self-management.
Our fitness regimen
Few feasible tips, a customized diet plan along with regular follow up and your determination to follow would help you reach the goals more efficiently and if required necessary changes will be suggested accordingly.