Diet And Lifestyle

Your diet and lifestyle habits influence everything from your digestion to your immune system. A balanced diet and active lifestyle help maintain overall good health. Healthy eating is not about starving or depriving yourself of food, but to eat food that is beneficial for your health.

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How to maintain blood sugar levels after pregnancy?

Query: Hi doctor, My partner has PCOD. She got conceived before a year and delivered baby boy of three kilograms. But her blood sugar was slightly high before we planned a pregnancy. She started taking Metformin 500 mg after she became pregnant and continued Metformin 500 mg throughout pregnancy. Her suga...  Read Full »

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Answer: Hi, Welcome to Women who have polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) have a higher risk of developing type 2 diabetes. They are diagnosed at an earlier age with this condition. It is a state of insulin resistance. In post-pregnancy, she can have high blood sugar values, especially in post-m...  Read Full »

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