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बुधवार, 21 जून 2017

5 Dietary habits to keep your sugar in check

5 Dietary habits to keep your sugar in check
- According to a report by WHO (World Health Organisation), chronic diseases like cholesterol, diabetes, asthma and high blood pressure are the leading cause death and disability in India. The report also suggests a significant rise in chronic diseases in India over the next 25 years.
One chronic disease, in particular, has significantly contributed to the overall rise of chronic diseases in India--diabetes. According to the Lancet study, India has one of the highest numbers of diabetics. The number of people suffering from diabetes in India rose dramatically from 11.9 million in 1980 to 64.5 million in 2014.