The root cause of Lifestyle conditions is metabolic imbalances, impaired cellular health and function and weakened defence mechanisms driven by bad/wrong lifestyle choices.
There is some chemistry between the food we eat and the mood we get into. Read this article to understand the relation!
Diabetic patients should engage in regular workout to lead a healthy life. Not working out can result in stiff muscles and cramping. It also helps in controlling blood sugar levels, improving insulin sensitivity and regulates mood.
Stress can hamper health in diabetic patients. Stress increases blood sugar levels and harms immunity. Hence, managing stress is extremely important to keep oneself healthy.
Type 2 diabetes poses a few restrictions on your food choices. Since fruits and sugar are often considered to be symbiotic, understanding their benefits is important. Read to find out the best fruit choices for you.
Understanding and tracking your blood sugar levels is crucial in managing your diabetes. Analyzing lab reports doesn’t only help assess your overall health but treat any complications that arise, beforehand.
Regular physical activity has multiple benefits - apart from keeping the doctor at bay, it's a natural mood booster! Let's get you started on simple workouts to make exercising an enjoyable activity.
How do vegetarians go about the much talked about low-carb diet? What are some of the rich sources of plant-based proteins and fats? And what are the possible downsides to such a diet?
PCOS affects one in every ten women of childbearing age, affecting over 8-20 percent of women and often without a diagnosis. Early diagnosis and treatment can decrease the chances of associated health risks.
Hypertension has emerged as one of the leading causes of heart disease, kidney disease, & stroke. Unfortunately, in most cases, hypertension shows no signs until after some severe damage has already been done.