Posted in: Good Nutrition, Manage Diabetes

How to Choose Diabetes Friendly Snacks.

Living with diabetes can be challenging, especially when it comes to snacking. Many popular snack options are high in sugar and carbohydrates, which can cause spikes in blood sugar levels. However, making informed choices and selecting diabetic-friendly snacks is crucial in controlling blood glucose levels throughout the day. In this blog, we will explore a […]

Posted in: Good Nutrition, Women's Health

How to Prevent Nutrient Deficiency in Pregnancy.

Nutrient deficiency during pregnancy can have serious consequences for both the mother and the baby. To prevent nutrient deficiency, it’s important to eat a well-balanced diet that includes a variety of nutrient-rich foods. Some of the key nutrients to focus on during pregnancy include folic acid, iron, calcium, vitamin D, and omega-3 fatty acids. It’s […]

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What Causes Electrolyte Imbalance? (Hypernatremia and hyponatremia)

Electrolyte imbalance occurs when the levels of electrolytes in your body are either too high or too low, which can disrupt normal bodily functions. Symptoms can include muscle cramps, weakness, confusion, and irregular heartbeat. It’s important to maintain proper electrolyte balance through diet and hydration. Sodium Electrolyte imbalance involving sodium refers to abnormal levels of […]

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Bloating: This is Why you are feeling Bloated.

Bloating is a condition characterized by a distended and swollen abdomen that can cause discomfort and emotional distress. Although it can happen to anyone occasionally, persistent bloating may indicate an underlying health problem that needs attention. In this blog, we’ll look into the various factors that contribute to stomach bloating, including dietary choices, eating habits, […]

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Melena! What is it? How to resolve.

Melena, is a condition characterized by black, tarry stools. Melena occurs when there is bleeding in the upper gastrointestinal tract, typically in the stomach or small intestine. It’s important to monitor for melena as it can indicate serious underlying conditions such as peptic ulcers, gastritis, or gastrointestinal bleeding.

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