World Diabetes Day 2018: Healthy eating habits and a significant lifestyle change can help lower your blood sugar levels. Your diet plays a key role when you have got diabetes. A healthy, balanced diet is a must for people suffering from diabetes.
This World Diabetes Day go nuts if you want to manage diabetes. Nuts and seeds can be a good snack for people with type 2 diabetes because they may help lower the risk of heart disease, control blood sugar levels and even aid weight loss.
Doctors On Call: Importance Of Footcare In DiabetesDiabetes not only affects our organs but can also damage our nerves. The nerves in our body help us to feel things and diabetes can affect these nerves causing neuropathy. In this episode of Doctors on call, we share some tips on footcare for diabetics and how to prevent neuropathy.
Build up reserves of Calcium and strengthen your bones, particularly before you are 35 years old. Rich sources of Calcium include milk and milk products like cheese, paneer, dahi, lassi (buttermilk), raita, kheer and kulfi.
Plant-based milk are easy to make at home and will cost less than those found in the supermarket shelves. Apart from this, vegan milk are easy to digest, low in calories, rich in calcium and good for heart.