How to manage diabetes through food?
One in 12 adults or more than 74 million people living in India are diabetes patients. The diabetes epidemic is associated with
Poor energy levels
Increased risk of heart disease and hypertension
Overall poor energy levels
If left unmanaged, patients
Gangrenes and poor wound healing
Stroke and paralysis and other serious issues
Diet plays the most important role in the management of diabetes. But unfortunately, there are thousands of myths and misbeliefs associated with the diet in diabetes. Patients often go for sugar-free alternatives without realizing that the real problem lies elsewhere.
Amita has come up with a golden opportunity to help you understand how to manage diabetes and the perfect nutrition session. Over the past 15 years, she has helped thousands of patients reduce their diabetes medication, get off their insulin and medicines.
In the 2 hour session you will learn:
What are the best foods to manage diabetes?
How to plan your meals?
Exercises in diabetes
Zoom recording of the session
Diabetes-friendly recipe e-book
11th Feb 2023, Saturday
10 am IST to 12 pm IST
on Zoom Online session
Early bird offer – INR 1299/- (ends on 6th Feb 2023)
What are you waiting for?! Hurry up and avail early bird offer TODAY!!
In case of any queries please reach out to Rohit Ratnaparkhi at email@example.com or +91-9175935362
Amita Gadre, is a leading nutritionist in India. She is behind some of the most effective health and fitness transformation results over the last 15 years. Amita provides ‘life ready’ nutrition solutions that take your life, routine and your own individual needs into account, putting you on track for long-term health and fitness. Thanks to her global online nutrition counselling practice, she has also been featured in the Times of India, India Today, Mumbai Mirror and other publications. Amita has expert global creds, she is B. Sc. (Nutrition), Gold Medalist, M. Sc. (Nutrition), M.H.A (Health), and an internationally certified expert nutrition coach. Over the years Amita has helped 1000s of clients achieve their goals which has led to her firm belief in ‘Let food be thy medicine’ approach to diet counselling.