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Date: April 24, 2019

Diabliss Launching A Low Glycemic Index Whole Wheat Atta Ideal for Diabetics!

Roti Goes Diabetic Friendly! Diabliss Launches Low Glycemic Index and Low Oil Absorption Whole Wheat Atta.

Diabliss Whole Wheat Atta is a first of its kind low glycemic index whole wheat atta that has a glycemic index score lesser than regular atta. It’s the perfect choice for diabetics and prediabetics who’re trying to get their blood sugar levels in control. Consumers can now enjoy diabetic friendly rotis.
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Date: March 30, 2019

Diabliss Herbal Lemon Tea

Herbal Lemon Tea, Ginger Tea and Masala Chai – Diabliss Presents Diabetic Friendly Teas!

Tea is very popular in India – in fact many Indians start their day with a hot cup of tea. It’s an essential part of breakfast, teamed up with a variety of breakfast foods. Chai – the local word for tea – is enjoyed in the morning, afternoon and evening. Our tea-loving nation has been hooked on to the beverage for countless decades.

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Date: March 12, 2019

Diabliss Millet Cookies

Diabetic Biscuits like Diabliss Millet Cookies Make Snacks for Diabetics Tasty and Healthy

Most commercially available biscuits don’t make it to the healthy list of foods for diabetics simply because they’re made from refined grains and have added sugar. Such biscuits are tasty, but at what cost! High glycemic index foods and sugar should be avoided by all – especially diabetics and prediabetics. It’s difficult to find a biscuit that is genuinely a low glycemic index food.

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Date: February 13, 2019

Diabliss Mixed Fruit Jam

Obesity and diabetes are two critical metabolic conditions that strike not just adults, but children as well. Children are innocent and look for taste rather than health. They’re attracted by colorfully packaged sweet goods like chocolates, ice-creams, biscuits and more. Kids do not realize that these foods are loaded with sugar, refined flour and other ingredients that lead to obesity and diabetes.

Childhood diabetes or juvenile diabetes is basically the early onset of Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes in children. There are more than 1 million cases of juvenile diabetes reported in India per year.

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Date: January 11, 2019

Diabliss Herbal Sugar

Diabliss Herbal Low Glycemic Index Sugar Brings Sweetness Back to Diabetics’ Lives

Sugar – it’s white, pristine and angelic! It adds an addictive sweet taste, helps in preserving food and gives a heady rush after consumption. Sugar is the invisible, secret ingredient in most food. It is present in desserts, beverages, and other items that are craved by all. One may not even know that their food has sugar – and loads of it.

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Date: October 3, 2018

Stress and Diabetes Management

In today’s world, there are very few people that do not suffer from stress. Stress and anxiety can arise from petty issues such as traffic, or more important matters like demanding careers, educational exams and more. When facing a stressful situation, it is difficult to be calm and rather easy to get aggressive as if such behaviour was our default mode.

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Date: September 24, 2018

Employee Wellness Event

Diabliss Participates in Employee Wellness Event in Chennai – Wins Award As Well!

Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India, August 16, 2018 – An employee is the core of every organization. Motivated and healthy employees increase productivity of an organization and catapult it to success. But the workforce of today is vulnerable to health issues that impact their morale and energy. By overlooking fitness due to demanding careers, employees suffer from metal strains and physical pains. Low morale, lack of motivation and a drop in productivity result from these grievances.

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Date: September 24, 2018

Practical Use of the Glycemic Index [ GI ]

Glycemic Index is a vital benchmark for diabetics. It is a balance that ascertains whether the food diabetics consume is healthy or harmful. By monitoring the glycemic index, diabetics can control the disease, and live a full, healthy life.

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Date: September 24, 2018

Do Artificial Sweeteners Cause More Harm Than Good?

Artificial sweeteners are the trendy way to cut back on sugar consumption and supposedly help in maintaining blood sugar. Sweeteners, or sugar substrates, mimic the sweet taste of sugar and contain significantly lesser food energy as compared to sugar. You must have spotted them at your favourite cafés contained in white packets, or watched a celebrity endorsing it in an ad. Even popular cola brands offer ‘diet’ or ‘zero’ versions that include some form of added sugar substrate to reduce calories.

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Date: September 24, 2018

Apps for Diabetes Management

A smartphone is no longer a calling device; it’s like a mini-computer in your hands. With its tremendous capabilities and wide range of apps, you can book a cab, play immersive games, and do lots more. Your smartphone can also be helpful in monitoring and managing diabetes. There are a host of diabetes-specific and health-oriented apps that can make your life easy. These apps come with a wide range of benefits like diabetes-friendly recipes, monitoring GI of meals, creating community support for diabetes, fitness at your fingertips, etc. Let’s look at the broad app categories that you can download on your smartphone to help in your quest for good health.

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