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    Diabetes mellitus is a metabolic disorder, in which the patient has high glucose levels in the blood. The insulin production by the pancreas is either deficient or the body cells are resistant to insulin.

    There are two ways of looking after your diabetes.


    Firstly activating the beta cells of the endocrine pancreas by walking, running, yoga, smile tai-chi, sam won dong, sam won gong, playing games,  cycling, swimming etc. Please choose an exercise which you enjoy doing. Change it before you lose interest in it and pick up a fresh one which will continue your exercise regime.

    Muscles use glucose without insulin when we exercise. One must use all the muscles of the body through different exercises; physical activity also keeps the heart strong which is also made of muscles.

    Checking blood sugar regularly is important to understand what spikes up the sugar and what helps in bringing it down.

    Stress or any unfortunate incidents are not good for Diabetes. Yoga asana like Dhanur asan, Halasana, Paschimottanasana help in stretching out our vital muscles.

    Sun bath or Surya namaskar (Sun salutations), sitting or exercising in the morning sun for at least 45 minutes will be very rejuvenating for the depressed or unhealthy pancreas.

    It is difficult when children are found to be type 1 diabetic, it is a very big challenge to keep them away from harmful food items. Very tactfully and lovingly they should be looked after. Since diabetes is considered to be genetic it would be a healthy way of living if children of diabetic parents also refrain themselves from foods with high glycemic index. Alcohol is high in carbs hence it should be consumed with restraint. The practice of having dessert after a meal is a total no no. The next item after meal should be consumed only after 2-3 hrs. An average working male adult should not consume more than 2500 calories and a female not be more than 2000 calories and children in age group of 5 to 10 yrs should not be given more than 1800 calories, spread over 6 to 7 meals.


    The other way to control diabetes is by eating a balanced diet which is more plant based. Food should be eaten at fixed times every day so that we do not confuse the body clock.


    1. MEAL ……. Fruit is good to start the day with

    2. MEAL …… Breakfast could be different sprouts every day, various sprouts can be mixed for variety. Whole grains are full of anti oxidants with soluble and insoluble fiber. The fiber is like a broom which sweeps away even the fat and other debris.

    Sprouts can be commonly made from:

    Chickpea (black, white, green) mung beans, alfa alfa, wheat, barley, oats, quinoa, sesame, peas of all colors, fenugreek seeds, radish, dill, garlic, peanuts, rajma, beans of all hues and sizes, sunflower seeds, buckwheat  mustard seeds ,wheat grass, along with  ginger, coriander, lemon and little salt if required. Sprouts should be slightly cooked specially in winters. It is highly recommended to use vegetables and fruits of all colors.

    3. MEAL…… Orange, lemon juice, warm herbal tea without milk, coconut water, vegetable juice are few options to drink.

    Kashmiri kahwa tea

    1.     One teaspoon Kashmiri green tea

    2.      Few Saffron kesar strands

    3.     Small piece cinnamon

    4.     Green cardamoms

    5.     Cloves

    6.     Few chopped almonds

    7.     Topped with rose petals

    Hunza tea (boil these ingredients for 5 minutes)

    1.     4 cups water

    2.     12 mint leaves

    3.     8 tulsi leaves

    4.     4 elaichi

    5.     2 inch cinnamon stick

    6.     20 gm ginger

    7.     Fresh squeeze of  lemon

    4. MEAL……. Mung dal can be mixed with little rice or broken wheat made into a kichidi. When cooked add a lot of greens of your choice .greens are packed with tons of nutrition.

    5. MEAL…… ragi java, herbal tea or lemon juice.

    Almonds, walnuts, pistachio, fox nuts (makhana), pea nuts, sesame seeds, pumpkin seeds, melon seeds, flax seeds can be eaten .

    6. MEAL…… Warm soup is a great appetizer after which a big bowl of multi colored vegetables, tomatoes having lycopene are good for diabetics, beans are nature’s most nutritious foods, could be as many as the seven colors of the rainbow. The vegetables can be seasoned according to the choice of the patient. A small chapatti, or a small cup of quinoa millet, or chapatti made from ragi, jwar, bajra etc .

    Bitter foods like bitter gourd, methi, neem, Indian blackberry (jamun), Indian goose berry (amla) show great medicinal affect on Diabetes. Root and starchy vegetables should be avoided. Non vegetarian food is not advisable for Diabetics.

    Please keep all these things handy all the time in the fridge so that we are hungry so that we don’t rush to sweets or fried snacks. Friends and family should be informed so that they do not force wrong eating.

    Refined oils are not good for diabetic health, cold pressed oils can be substituted. Canola, olive, rice bran, flax seed, coconut, sesame, mustered oil, etc can be used. It is a good way to use two three oils for different preparations.



    Hypothalamus controls the appetite which is stimulated in Sujok for controlling desire for food.

    Pancreas and islets of langerhans are stimulated.

    Meridians and chakras are balanced.

    Correspondence points are activated.

    Time of eating food, and maintaining the discipline is very important. This way the metabolism remains in perfect condition

    Eating fewer times and skipping meals confuses the brain and it starts hording the food without digesting it.

    Helping others having a joyous disposition aids in curing diabetes. Diabetes usually strikes in middle aged women when “empty Nest Syndrome” sets in. People with Diabetes should find time to actually run and play, smile and laugh, dance and sing, meditate. Meditation is a great healer. Discipline is key to reversal of diabetes.

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