Cardiovascular Diseases
Shampa Banerjee

Foods for Heart: Diet to keep your heart healthy

Cardiovascular Diseases (CVDs) are the leading cause of death all across the world. WHO has estimated that a total of 17.9 million people died from CVDs in 2019, that’s a whopping 32% of all deaths that have happened globally in that year. Incidentally, most Cardiovascular Diseases are preventable through lifestyle changes. Behavioral risk factors, such as using tobacco, having unhealthy diets, obesity, physical inactivity all significantly contribute to enhancing the chances of developing CVDs. Today we shall discuss in details how a healthy and a balanced diet can help prevent and manage Cardiovascular Diseases.

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Diabetes
Banhishikha Roy

Diabetes: Nutritional Management

Those with diabetes can benefit from the education about the disease and its treatment, dietary changes required, and exercise, with the aim of keeping both the short-term and the long-term blood glucose levels within adequate and acceptable bounds. Additionally, modifications of lifestyle are recommended to control blood pressure, including healthy eating, regular exercise, and maintaining normal weight.

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Diabetes
Mubarra

Diabetes : Foods that help regulate Blood Sugar Levels

When you have been diagnosed with either Type I, Type II or Pre-Diabetes, It is important to focus on the amount and type of food that you consume throughout the day. Certain foods can cause spikes whereas some foods can actually lower or help regulate blood glucose levels. Thanks to years of scientific findings, we now know what foods are beneficial!

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Carbohydrates
Diabetes
Banhishikha Roy

Carbohydrates Counting and Glycemic Level

Carbohydrates Counting A Carbohydrates Counting is the break down into glucose, they have the greatest impact on blood glucose level and helps to control your blood glucose. You may need to learn to calculate the amount of carbohydrates you are eating so that you can adjust the dose of insulin accordingly. It’s important to keep

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PCOS
Diseases
Banhishikha Roy

PCOS/PCOD Management – Nutrition and Lifestyle Changes

PCOS/ PCOD is the most common endocrinopathy in reproductive-aged women and ovarian disorder related to excess androgen in women affecting 6 – 21% of this population worldwide. Diet and lifestyle play a important role and modification remains the primary line of treatment. Your body needs adequate amount of carbohydrates, protein, and fat.

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Dash diet
Diseases
Banhishikha Roy

DASH Diet: Hypertension Eating Plan

Hypertension or high blood pressure has been on the rise in the US for the past 50 years. DASH stands for Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension. First introduced in 1997, it is a diet promoted by the National Institute of Health’s National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) for reducing blood pressure.

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Diseases
Mubarra

Water retention : All you need to know about it!

We’ve all heard the term “Water weight” being thrown around, but if you don’t understand what exactly it is, then those especially in the midst of a weight loss program can get quite discouraged by its contingency. Contrary to popular belief, Water retention is actually a helpful signal since it indicates the imbalance in the body.

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