Lung diseases

I’m 30 years old and I never did realise that pollution could have such a huge impact on our Diabetes management. I really do wish that people become more aware that environment also does play a significant role in our well-being and for the coming generations. It is nice to see such topics being covered which are often neglected.
Shanta Parekh, Bangalore.

Insulin myths

I’m 18 years old and I found the article on Insulin very interesting. Since I have Type 1 Diabetes, most of information proved to very useful and informative. I do hope you cover more on insulin in your upcoming issues.
Manoj Pradhan, Chennai.

First aid kit

I thoroughly enjoyed reading your article on “Creating your first aid kit”. I was very happy to get an insight on how to prepare a first aid kit. It was a very nice and interesting topic and covered all the essential points. I really appreciate the effort that was taken in covering one of the most basic yet educational topic.
Karan Singh, Mumbai.

Hoping for a better future

Reading the article on “What’s new in weight loss surgery” motivated me. I really do hope more and more people read such articles so that things change for the better. Also I wish that in the future Diabetes can be managed effortlessly and that this disease become obsolete.
Sandra Fernandez, Mumbai.

Beginner’s dilemma

I’m 30 years old and was just diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes, I was really happy reading your cover story as it was very informative. I do hope more and more people read such articles so that they become more aware of the common terms used and understand their condition better.
Akshaya Dholakia, Chennai.

Sweet craving

I’m 18 years old and have a sweet tooth. Once I was diagnosed with Diabetes I had to give up the one thing that I enjoyed the most. I didn’t even know that something like dark chocolate existed. I feel much better that I have some option for my sweet cravings. Thank you for covering this topic.
Dheeraj Sanvi, Delhi.

Sweet Nothings

Artificial sweeteners has been in the market for quite some time and a healthy option for people who want to enjoy sweet and keep their weight under check. I found this article extremely informative as most of the things mentioned here were unknown to me. Although I do not have Diabetes I use artificial sweeteners in almost all my preparations, I did not even know that usage of such products should be limited. Thank you for covering such an educative topic.
Sanskriti Dasgupta, Delhi.

Fitter you

I found the concept of Masala Bhangra very interesting; I did not even know that such exercise regime even existed. I’m sure most people my age wouldn’t even know about until they read your magazine. Please try and cover such innovative exercise regime in the future so that people can add more variety to their fitness regime.
Nagraj Chenni, Bangalore.

Diab-e-tech

I was impressed reading your new feature on the Jawbone application. Since I’m technology savvy such articles really appeal to me. I really appreciate the efforts that the team has taken in covering such topics and wish you success with the future issues.
Sulagna Mukherjee, Kolkata.

Dealing with Diabetes

I have had Diabetes for a long time and in 2008 I had a renal failure. I was on dialysis for almost six years and underwent kidney transplant a year back. Since then I have been very careful with my blood sugar levels. Your magazine to me came across like a mine of information, a complete guide to happy diabetic life. Wish you all the luck and success for your future endeavours.
Ayesha Janjua, Chennai.

Cauliflower power

I thoroughly enjoyed reading your nutrition section and recipes provided as it help me churn out some good recipes without compromising on the taste. I do hope you cover more and more food groups in your upcoming issues to help us lead a healthier life.
Sarika Singh, Chennai.

Childhood obesity

Your cover story was very interesting and I wish that more people realise that obesity is something to be tackled from the very beginning. I was touched reading this section. I really do hope people become more aware of such issues and take care of their children so that the future generations can a lead a healthy and happy life.
Natasha D’Souza, Ranchi.