Endocrinologist Dr Roshani Sanghani breaks down the topics of sugar and diabetes in easy-to-understand ways, to make it easier to take control of your health.
Dr. Sanghani has made it her mission to get her patients off those medications, and instead use lifestyle therapies, including low-carb diets, to help them transform their health.
Parulben sharing her experience with intermittent fasting and type 2 diabetes reversal.
Mr Vijay has been kind enough to share his journey over the past one year with us on how he has completely understood what lifestyle changes keep his safe, healthy and fit, in a sustainable way, without any diabetes medication!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YoEya76FlnI Jain Muni professor Mahendra Kumar ji, at the age of 82, underwent intermittent fasting, initially starting from 4 hours fasting and reaching to 42 hours fasting. Under the deep observation of Dr. Roshani Sanghani, has clinically proved that this kind of fasting not only reduces weight and diabetes but also recharges and rejuvenates exuberant
Here is how I got started with fasting fluids myself and gradually needed less support from things added to the fluids. Be patient with yourself as you make the transition over a few weeks and ALWAYS consult your doctor if thinking to fast while you are under treatment for any medical condition. There are many ‘faiths’, “beliefs” or “sects” when it comes to fasting fluids and approaches. I am only sharing the methods I use personally and for my patients.
I enjoy chocolate once in a while, and used to love white chocolate! Recently I’ve started finding it too sweet so was generally eating less of it but a mild stressful phase just made me remember it was in the fridge! #stresseating #sugar #chocolate #sugaraddiction #hormones #habits #bodywisdom Posted by Roshani Sanghani on Thursday, November
Here’s the next video in response to the last one! How do we start the day with less carbs? What I have on my “eating” days? #carbs #lowcarb #carbohydrates #insulin #insulinresistance #weightmanagement #diabetes #bodywisdom #aasaanhealthsolutions Posted by Roshani Sanghani on Tuesday, November 20, 2018
Intermittent Fasting, under medical guidance and with a low-carb diet, can be used to bring down blood insulin levels. Intermittent fasting (IF) is gaining acceptance in the medical community. What is IF? It’s a self-imposed time window on how many hours we fast versus feast. Last week, the esteemed British Medical Journal published the headline