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  • 5 TIPS TO TARGET HEALTHY HBA1C LEVELS - Arpita Vagdama

    At D1abesties, we believe that small steps lead to big victories – be it squeezing in a workout routine for two weeks straight or getting a lower Hba1c number.

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    Pragya lists down the top 5 healing hacks she takes to when fighting the mental & physical distress associated with uninvited highs and lows & their aftershocks

  • DOGGOS & DIABETICS

    It has been long known that a dog is man's best friend. Dogs are always by your side. They are loyal, enjoyable company, hilarious and oh-so-cute. If only they could talk! But, the numerous health benefits that they provide to their human family members more than make up for their shortcomings.

  • Elements of Variability- The Kichdi Formation

    Being an Indian, is like being a kichdi.Where have we ever introduced ourselves as , well, just “Indian”. We are always Mr./Mrs.(Ms) So –and –so, coming from this state, that town, believing in so-and-so religion ,having been brought up according to so – and – so cultural traditions..etc..etc..We can never be easily defined. So, Mr./Mrs.(Ms) So- and- so is essentially more or less a kichdi.

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    A breakfast full of bread in bed, a long bath for which I detach my insulin pump, and patch change gave me the fright of my life today when my glucometer for the first time said HI.

    07 Jun 2020
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    02 Oct 2020
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    10 Oct 2020

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