Every 8 seconds someone dies from Diabetes

Every 5 minutes, someone with diabetes suffers a heart attack

Every 30 seconds someone loses limb to Diabetes

90% of type 2 Diabetes cases can be prevented

About World
Diabetes Day

World Diabetes Day , is celebrated worldwide on 14th November, this day marks a birthday of Frederick Banting who, along with Charles Best and John James Rickard Macleod, first conceived the idea which led to the discovery of insulin in 1922.
Led by the International Diabetes Federation (IDF), each World Diabetes Day focuses on a theme related to Diabetes, type-2 diabetes is largely preventable and treatable non-communicable disease that is rapidly increasing in numbers worldwide. Type 1 Diabetes is not preventable but can be managed with insulin injections.

Pledge & Win

About Pledge, It’s an initiative to ensure people start to exercise, eat right diet, does regular sugar check up, visit Doctor routinely, in order to keep their Sugar levels under control

Participate in ‘Pledge & Win’ and get a chance to win running shoes, free consultation, glucose meter device, glucose strips from our partners

Social Initiative

“The Way to Deal with the Devil of Obesity & Diabetes is literally one day at a time” – Stephen Furst

We undertook an small initiative to create awareness and ensure YOU start leading a healthy life from today for your Family.This initiative is our small contribution towards the wellness of the society. In order to boost the activity we are facilitating the audience to win fitness gears, Diabetes Glucose meter device/strips, Diabetes Special Sole, Free health consultation, Health check-ups so they can take care of themselves for their families.

Top things we recommend you to 'Pledge' from today :-
  • Pledge to Exercise regularly. Moderate physical activity few days a week helps manage weight, reduce blood glucose levels and may also improve blood pressure and cholesterol.
  • Pledge to Manage your weight. Excess body fat, particularly if stored around the abdomen, can increase the body’s resistance to the hormone insulin
  • Pledge to Eat a balanced and healthy diet. Reduce the amount of fat in your diet, especially saturated and trans fats. Eat more fruit, vegetables and high-fibre foods. Cut back on salt.
  • Pledge to Check your risk of Diabetes. Take the life risk assessment test and learn more about your risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
  • Pledge to Limit takeaway and processed foods. ‘Quick meals’ are usually high in salt, fat and kilojoules. It’s best to cook for yourself using fresh ingredients whenever possible.
  • Pledge to Limit your alcohol intake. Too much alcohol can lead to weight gain and may increase your blood pressure and triglyceride levels. Men should have no more than two standard drinks a day and women should have no more than one.
  • Pledge to Quit smoking. Smokers are twice as likely to develop Diabetes as non-smokers.
  • Pledge to See your doctor for regular check-ups. As you get older, it’s a good idea to regularly check your blood glucose, blood pressure and blood cholesterol levels.