November 13, 2018

Every year world diabetes day is celebrated on 14th of November. This year Wellness Diabetes Speciality Clinic is dedicating World Diabetes Day to children suffering from Type 1 Diabetes, as they are future of our nation. Young people with Type 1 diabetes need to inject insulin or get insulin delivered by a pump on a daily basis in order to survive. Each day is a balancing act between the amount of food eaten, exercise taken and insulin injected to maintain a safe blood glucose level. This can be difficult for children, young people and their families to manage which is why support from us is so important. Some guidelines are:

  1. Taking insulin and medications as suggested by diabetologist
  2. Keeping child physically active and hence maintaining healthy weight.
  3. Frequent blood sugar monitoring
  4. Watching out the food intake.

Here is an intresting recipe which will surely liked by the child. JOWAR PITA POCKETS Open up an exciting new experience of healthy and tasty dining for your children, with this sumptuous Falafels in jowar pockets. Jowar contains zinc that

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June 9, 2018

Another amazing recipe for ramazan, delicious Spinach Palak Kebab. Ingredients: For The Chana Dal Mixture 1 1/2 cups soaked and cooked chana dal 1/2 tsp turmeric powder 1 1/2 tsp ginger-garlic paste 1 tsp chilli powder salt to taste Other Ingredients 2 1/2 tsp oil for greasing and cooking 1 tsp cumin seeds 1 1/2 cups thick spinach purée 1 1/2 tbsp dried fenugreek leaves 2 tsp garam masala 3 tbsp besan 1/2 tsp freshly ground black

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June 2, 2018


Boneless Chicken Breast 1/2

Spinach Puree 1/2 cup

Chicken stock 4 cups

Butter 1tsp

Ginger 2 inch

Garlic pod 1

Onion 1 medium

Black pepper powder 1/2 tsp + for sprinkling

Juice of ¼ lemon


1.      Heat butter in a non-stick kadai. Crush ginger and add to the kadai.

2.      Cut garlic pod horizontally and add to the kadai. ; Add quarter onion to the kadai and sauté for 2-3 minutes. Add chicken stock and chicken breast and let the mixture come to a boil.

3.      Add s

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February 13, 2018

Valentine’s Day is a great time to celebrate love and can be a reminder to make healthy choices part of your everyday life. The month of February is not just about flowers and chocolate.     February is also American Heart Month. Take some time to be good to your heart, and share these heart-healthy tips with your friends and family. 1) Shoot for 30: 30 minutes of exercise, that is. Consistent exercise helps strengthen your heart and burn the fat. If you can’t fit in 30 continuous minutes of exercise, you can split it up into three 10-minute walks throughout the day. 2) Eat your fats: Certain fats are good for your heart. These fats include olive oil, avocado, nuts and oilseedS. In addition, try having at least two servings a week of fatty coldwater fish like salmon, halibut and tuna, which are rich in omega 3 fatty acids. Omega 3s may decrease triglyceride levels, slow the rate of atherosclerotic plaque and lower blood pressure. 3) Take charge of stress: Stress may affect y

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January 25, 2018

With the occasion of Republic Day drawing near, we’ve prepared for you a tricolour dish that you can make to celebrate the holiday! The word ‘Tricolour’ or ‘Tiranga’ itself brings a sense of patriotism in all Indians. Our flag has three equal segments of saffron, white and green colors along with a navy blue Ashoka Chakra in between and so as our dish has the three colours. TIRANGA PANEER TIKKA This dish is rich in protein and calcium which you get from paneer and curds; bell peppers are rich in antioxidants, vitamins A and C. Overall this dish is full of nutrients, and you can enjoy your holiday guilt free. Ingredients: 2 tsp Fresh mint 12 cubes Cottage Cheese (paneer) 1 tsp Kasoori meethi 2 tsp Cumin powder 1 tbsp oil 1 cup Red and Green bell pepper (diced) 1 tsp Fennel powder

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January 12, 2018

MakarSankranti is one of the major harvest festivals which are celebrated with lot of enthusiasm. Pongal, MakarSankrnati or Uttarayan as it is called is that time of the year when the first festival of the New Year begins in India.It is also the festival to gorge on delicious sweets. Although being a diabetic you can enjoy the sweets which are healthy. So here we present you the recipe especially for diabetics. DOODHI KHEER Who does not like to dig into kheer, the all-time favouritedesi dessert! But, if that lovely treat has left back a stain of guilt in your heart, then perhaps you can try this kheer with a difference! A reasonably healthy way to satisfy your sweet tooth occasionally, this recipe makes use of doodhi and low-fat milk to make a satiating kheer. While bottle gourd is famed to be a low-cal veggie, the use of low-fat milk further brings the calorie count down, making the LaukikiKheer as heart friendly as possible and of course sugar free makes it diabetic friendly as well. Ingredients ½ cup grated bottle gourd (doodhi / lauki)3tbsp

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December 30, 2017

It’s a New Year and a great time to Start Fresh! Managing diabetes means making Healthy Food Choices, Staying at a Healthy Weight, Being active and Working every day to keep your blood glucose, cholesterol and blood pressure under control and taking your medications as prescribed. But even if you know what to do to improve your health and manage your diabetes, figuring out how to do it and fitting it into your daily routine can be a big challenge. The start of a New Year is the perfect time to think about the lifestyle changes you want to make to be healthier. Making changes in how you care for your health is a matter of trying and learning. It’s about making a plan and taking small but important steps to help you reach your goal.   New Year Goals:

  • Regular monitoring of blood sugar levels daily before or after meals
  • Take diabetes-related medications
  • Consult your Diabetologist at least once in a three month
  • Check your blood cholesterol, blood pressure and HbA1C which provides an average of your blood sugar control over the past 3 months alongwith blood sugar monitoring to make adjustments in diabetes medicines
  • Get renal function te

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December 23, 2017

Eating at Christmas is part of the fun, and there’s no need to completely miss out on certain foods. But a healthy diet is important for managing diabetes, so if you have the condition then you can always consider having healthy versions of classic Christmas dishes. Keeping discipline to control sugar levels and portions can be particularly difficult. So for those of us for who willpower doesn’t come too easily, here are our tips for enjoying sensible eating at Christmas. Commit yourself to a food plan

  • It’s very easy to get carried away by what’s on the table.
  • To reduce the chance of this happening plan how much you intend to eat and make a point of sticking to it.
  • If you’re not cooking, find out what will be served in advance.
  • It’s best to make this plan at a time when you’re not hungry as hunger can distort your judgement.

Avoid feeling hungry for too long

  • One way to avoid being ravenous is to break the delay. Protein and/or non-starchy vegetable based pre-meal snacks are a good

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October 14, 2017

Diwali is the most popular of all the festivals in India and is particularly popular because of the lights, fireworks and sweets involved.


Diwali, the festival of lights, is meant for feasting, bursting crackers and enjoying with the family, but patients suffering from diabetes need to take some precautions. If not taken care their condition may get worsen. Highly saturated food like sweets consumed during this period can increase health problems in people with hypertension and diabetes. Post-Diwali, people suffering from diabetes gets admitted in the hospitals as they do not follow the precautions prescribed by doctors and dieticians during such time.’ So let us manage diabetes this Diwali in following ways:

  • When buying sweets choose from options that are made with natural sweeteners like dates or anjeer instead of buying traditional sweets like kaju katli or boondi ka laddoo that are loaded with sugar.
  • When buying sweets made with natural sweeteners always ensure that no added sugars are included to enhance the sweetness.

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September 26, 2017

Navratri is here and people celebrate this festival with joy. It is observed for different reasons and celebrated differently in various parts of the Indian continent. Many people keep fasts for seven or eight days to honor their devotion. In fact, fasting is a great way to stay healthy and keep in shape. It helps purify the body through flushing out the excess toxins. However, diabetic patients, who wish to keep fast, must take special care. DO’s:

  • Do break your fast if your blood sugar is less than 70 mg.
  • Do have low glycemic index foods, such as whole cereals, pulses, vegetables, fruits before you begin the fast.
  • Have roasted phool makhana, paneer, water pumpkin raita, kheera raita as a mid meal. Amaranth flour can be used for making chapati. Sweet potato can be used in moderation, instead of potatoes.
  • Check your blood sugar levels quite a few times during the day you are fasting.


  • Don’t take long breaks. Have your small meals every 3 hrs.
  • Don’t resort to too much on tea or coffee. Rather, drink plenty of water and sugar free bevera

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