Part of truly appreciating our human experience is enjoying the sweetness of life. A perfectly ripe peach. A fresh slice of homemade bread. A scoop of chocolate ice cream. In life’s paradoxical way, however, at the same time that we have greater access to the world’s rich variety of sweet delicacies than ever before, the number of people with difficulties metabolizing sugar in their bloodstream is soaring. This condition, commonly known as diabetes, is reaching epidemic proportions in many countries.
ARE YOU COMPROMISING WITH YOUR LIFESPAN?
Diabetic people have a lower life expectancy at every age compared to people who do not have diabetes. Diabetes cuts 8.5 years off the lifespan of the average 50 years old compared to a 50 year old without diabetes.
ARE YOU COMPROMISING WITH YOUR TASTE BUDS? BY AVOIDING YOUR FAVOURITE FOOD
About 25% of heart attacks in the age group of 25-69 years occurs because of Diabetes
ARE YOU COMPROMISING WITH YOUR KIDNEYS OR NERVOUS SYSTEM?
Over 5 lakh diabetic patients required kidney transplantation and average 20,000 patients go for dialysis per month due to diabetic renal disease. More than 30 % people with diabetes have Autonomic neuropathy and vision loss.
IS YOUR DIABETIC MEDICINES IS MORE THAN YOUR FOOD INTAKE
Consumption of diabetes medicines causes gastritis, metabolic issues, skin rashes, low sugar level, tiredness or dizziness and liver damage.
Sweet Relief, the Natural Way with Ayurveda
Life is not to compromise rather live a healthy and diabetic free life naturally through Ayurveda
The healing system of Ayurveda offers valuable wisdom and guidance that can help us listen to the signals of our body, notice the first signs that we’re getting out of balance, and make the necessary changes to reverse the imbalances.
A world free of diabetes is not our dream, it’s our pledge.
Don’t compromise with diabetes rather compromise with Healing Earth to eradicate Diabetes
The key to fully enjoying the “sweetness” of life is a balanced, holistic approach that encompasses our body, mind, heart, and spirit. By nurturing our wholeness and health, we can not only prevent or effectively manage diabetes, but we can also experience expanded happiness, fulfilment, and wellbeing.