Manage Diabetes Proactively
Root Cause Analysis
Diabetes both Type 1 & Type 2 can be caused by a combination of Genetic & Lifestyle related factors. In all cases, sugar builds up in the bloodstream. This is because the pancreas doesn't produce enough insulin.
Proper Nutrition for your body automatically aids in the improvement of the condition. Depending on type of Diabetes, and pathalogical reports, our Expert Team shall provide a customised diet to manage critical deficiencies.
Cleanse - In & Out
Just about any diet wont cut it, unless body's metabolism isn't right. An Internal Cleanse is an absolute must before starting adopting a diet program. Detoxification will also soon show up on the skin as well.
Eating the right types of foods can both manage your blood sugar and help you lose any excess weight. Starchy or sugary foods make blood sugar levels rise rapidly. Protein and fat cause more gradual increases. Diet Plans provided will be customised as required.
Improved Gut Health
Disturbed gut microbiome is the main root cause of more than 70% Diseases & if food breakdown to absorption is good, we can manage our weight well without excessive exercise or diet.
Losing weight with insulin resistance is more difficult because your body converts blood sugar into fat instead of energy. People with Type 2 Diabetes though improved their blood sugar control when they lost as little as 2% of their body weight. Our team of Eperts shall guide you manage your weight and gradually reduce it sustainably.
Eating healthfully while you try to reduce weight is important for everyone, but if you have diabetes, choosing the wrong diet could harm your health. Weight loss pills and starvation diets should be avoided, but many popular diets can be beneficial.
There is no one ideal eating pattern for diabetes. Instead, many diets may work well for individuals with diabetes who are trying to lose weight. Popular diets like the Mediterranean diet, low carb diets, and vegetarian diets can all be good choices.
When considering an eating pattern for diabetes, keep in mind that an ideal diet for diabetes:
is rich in nutrients
is high in fiber
is low in calories
emphasizes fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grains, lean proteins, and healthy fats
When you have diabetes, managing your blood sugar is very important. Diets that include regular meals and snacks throughout the day may be better suited to losing weight with diabetes than those that involve long periods without food.
You also want to manage your carbohydrate intake. Our Expert Dietitians provide you with a target carb number for meals and snacks. People with diabetes should ideally aim to get about half of their calories from carbohydrates. These would ideally come from complex carbs, fruits, and vegetables.