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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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Date: September 24, 2018

Are Your Children At Risk For Diabetes and Obesity? 6 Practical Solutions You Can Try !

Obesity and diabetes are afflictions of not only adults; they also cause issues for children. Childhood obesity has increased threefold as of 1970. Reports claim that 1/3rd of children born after 2000 are likely to develop type 2 diabetes in their lifetime. An alarming quote from the New England Journal of Medicine claims: “There is now evidence that America’s children will be the first in the nation’s history to live shorter lives than their parents.”

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Date: September 24, 2018

Astounding Benefits of Low GI Diets That Will Make You Reconsider Your Own Diet!

Low GI diet is not one of the latest fad diets of the season like Paleo, or Atkins. It is rather a nutritional practise that is helping many diabetics and pre-diabetics to keep their condition in check. Even people who are not affected by these conditions are reaping the benefits from eating foods lower in glycemic index. Some benefits might just fall into your bucket list of health concern such as high cholesterol, increase in blood sugar, heart disease and even cancer!

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Date: September 24, 2018

A Diabetics Guide To Dining Out

Breaking bread together with friends and family is a plateful of fun!  When eating together, you don’t only share food, but also lively conversations and unwind with loved ones. That’s why it’s common to find families and friends dining out frequently and painting the town red.

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Date: September 4, 2018

DIABLISS ANNOUNCES COMMERCIAL START-UP OF NEXT GENERATION HERBAL TECHNOLOGY

After several years of success in the consumer market, Diabliss announces its next generation of herbal technology.

Improving upon its past technology, Diabliss has continued to commit to innovation and benefiting the lives of diabetics. As a result of these efforts, Diabliss has commercialised its herbal technology process which will lead to improved Glycaemic Index (GI) characteristics. This will allow flexibility of formulation across a much broader range of foods ranging from beverages, to sweetmeats to baked goods.

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Date: September 4, 2018

DIABLISS TO PARTICIPATE AT AAHAR AT PRAGATI MAIDAN, NEW DELHI FROM MARCH 13-16, 2018

Diabliss, the world’s first herbal based low Glycemic Index (GI) Sugar and functional foods company will be showcasing it’s range of low glycemic index food products at Aahar to be held at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi from march 13-16, 2018.  Diabliss stall is located at HF-01-B.
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