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Develop Your Diabetes Quotient Written specially for the Type 2 Indian diabetic

Author Name: Geeta Aiyer | Format: Paperback | Genre : Health & Fitness | Other Details

Once a diabetic, always a diabetic. The next best thing to do is to quickly learn how to navigate, manage and live optimally with this condition. This book is a guide for a new diabetic, an intermediate diabetic and for someone who has lived with diabetes for more than a decade. I can say this confidently because I have crossed all these stages as a diabetic myself. This book is also for the caretaker at home who sometimes manages to understand this condition much better than the diabetic herself. 

Each chapter in this book is a convergence of my diverse experiences across the various stages of my diabetes lifecycle. They have crystallised into scenarios with solutions thereof and work towards helping you understand and overcome them without experiencing the negative effects yourself or experiencing them only minimally. This is how I thought I could contribute to my fellow Indian diabetic. By passing on my immense learning and hoping that you will absorb it all and collapse your own individual learning curves. --- Godspeed.

 

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Geeta Aiyer

Geeta has been a type 2 diabetic since 2007. During the early years, Geeta neither understood what type 2 diabetes is, nor did she bother to find out. Almost 6 years went by without any focus on diabetes management. One day in 2013 a hba1c of 10 became the turning point. By that time Geeta had understood the complications that an unmanaged and untreated diabetes could lead to. Seeing very young people with kidney damage or suffering a heart attack scared her to her core. From a hba1c of 10 in 2015, today Geeta is 15 kilos lighter and averaging an hba1c of 6 for 6 years in a row.

Geeta is now a certified diabetes educator from NDEP (National Diabetes Educator Program). Armed with a graduation in physics and a MBA in marketing, taking 'diabetes education' to every household possible is her mission.

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