Diabetes and Alzheimer's

Alzheimer’s – “Diabetes of the Brain”

The link between diabetes and Alzheimer’s continues to grow stronger. What does it mean?

What’s Gluten Sensitivity?

Among the many diet trends in the world of healthy eating, gluten is a fairly new entrant. You must have seen the word pop up on many menus and restaurant fronts - ‘Now serving gluten-free desserts!’. But what about the science behind it?

Coffee: A Drink That Can Help in Lowering the Risk of...

Drinking coffee can reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes.

Health Implications of Mother’s Lifestyle on the Child

Not only there is a surge in the prevalence of chronic conditions among people, but it has also started to hit them a decade in advance as compared to the previous trends.

Insulin Resistance: A New Fight

India  has the second largest population of people with type 2 diabetes in the world with insulin resistance as one of its key drivers. This article aims to inspect some of the main aspects of insulin resistance. 
Vitamin D and Omega 3 for Diabetes and Chronic Kidney Disease

Can Vitamin D And Omega-3 Supplements Help in Diabetes Complications?

Given the seriousness and fatality of chronic kidney disease and its progression in people with diabetes, the option of using vitamin D and omega-3 supplements can prove invaluable if found effective.
Avocado diet

Avocado – Does It Really Help in People With Diabetes?

Avocado is a wonder fruit that has multiple health benefits, including control and management of diabetes.
Type 2 diabetes and dementia

Type 2 Diabetes: A Risk Factor for Dementia

People with type-2 diabetes are at a high risk of developing dementia at a later age.
Arthritis and Type 2 Diabetes

Can Type 2 Diabetes Cause Arthritis?

Type 2 diabetes and arthritis are conditions that occur independently, but also may have a correlation, especially in those with advancing age.
Diabetes and pancreatic cancer

Pancreatic Cancer: A Complication of Type 2 Diabetes

If you have type 2 diabetes for more than five years, you are at a greater risk of pancreatic cancer. Control your diabetes to avoid the risk of this serious complication.