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Diabetes Awareness Program

The Indian Diabetes Awareness Program will set you on the path to a healthy and energetic body. We have two programs organized to help people with Type II diabetes to restore their health. These programs consists of several instructional documents along with audios and videos that will help you keep track of your tests and chart your progress.

Our health management regime ensures that health problems are cured for life-time through holistic solutions and not any short term symptomatic treatments.

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Kick Start Your Health in 21 Days
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Recent Articles about Indian Diabetes Awareness

No Answers in Sight for
India’s Diabetes Crisis

by Mark Bergen, May 12, 2013

“estimated that there were 62.4 million diabetics across the country...

“The study also hypothesized that an additional 77.2 million Indians could be prediabetic and that by 2030.”

“….Mohan’s team recently examined teenagers in Chennai…. Now 12% of girls screened between the ages of 12 and 19 show clear traits of the disease. “That can actually destroy a country if it reaches epidemic proportions,” Mohan says.”

...1 in 10 diabetics...

The World health statistics 2012 report published by World Health Organization (WHO), one in six adults obese, 1 in 10 diabetics and 1 in 3 has raised blood pressure.

...61.3 million people in India...

According to the International Diabetes Federation (IDF), 61.3 million people in India had diabetes in 2011. That figure is projected to rise to 101.2 million by 2030.