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International Shipping Policies

International Shipping Policies

Total Diabetes Supply ships most packages with USPS. Shipping fees are calculated on a combined basis of weight, value (for insurance purposes), and destination. Some orders are shipped in multiple parcels. We do not add additional fees to your order if we ship in multiple parcels. Orders can take up to 7business days to process and be shipped. You will be emailed tracking information for your order. Please allow 2-4 weeks for delivery. Orders to international P.O. Boxes will be shipped with USPS and then delivered by your local post office or other carrier. Tracking information is not available. Delivery can take up to 2-4 weeks. All applicable customs fees, taxes and duties are the sole responsibility of the customer. Customs authorities require that we state the value of your order directly on your package the value is the retail cost. Total Diabetes Supply cannot mark any package(s) as a Gift in order to avoid customs and duties fees. Please note that on rare occasions, customs agents may delay the delivery of some packages at their discretion. For more information on customs and duties charges, please contact your local customs office. FREE SHIPPING TO CANADA ON ORDERS OVER $249 USD Now, in order to better service our Canadian Customers, orders over $249 ship free to Canada! Simply Select "Canada Free Shipping" as your Shipping Method. Certain items are excluded from this offer based on the item's characteristics. Look for the following under these items: *Excluded from Free Shipping The $249 order total is calculated after all rebates and bundle discounts have been applied. Gift Cards, freight charges, duties, and taxes do not count towards the qualifying order total. GST (Goods & Services Tax) and PST (Provincial Sales Tax) vary based on the province to which yo Continue reading >>

Travel & Diabetes

Travel & Diabetes

People with both Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes can travel all over the world – diabetes is no barrier. Make the right preparations and you should be able to minimise any potential problems. The diet for people with diabetes is the same healthy diet recommended for everyone so you should be able to choose items from the usual menu while away from home. If you are travelling alone, you may like to let the staff know when you check in as a precaution in case you become unwell during your stay. Things to check before you go Carry diabetes ID and a letter from your GP, which says you have diabetes and the medication you need to treat it if you are carrying insulin or an injectable medication. Take twice the quantity of medical supplies you would normally use for your diabetes. Find out where you can get supplies of insulin at your destination, in case of emergency. Contact your insulin manufacturer before the trip to see if your insulin is supplied in the country you are travelling to. It's also worth checking that it is sold under the same name. You can get your prescription sent to your destination by courier. Flights often cross time zones. If you treat your diabetes with medication or insulin, it’s important you check with your diabetes care team. If you need to make any changes to your regime be mindful that a hot or cold climate may affect how your insulin and blood glucose monitor work. Apply for the free European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) if you are travelling to a European Union member country – it will ensure that you have easy access to healthcare in that country. Apply for your card on theEHIC page on the NHS choices website, by calling 0845 605 0707, or fill in a pack at the Post Office. Beware of websites which offer to take care of the application for yo Continue reading >>

I'm Slim So Why Am I At Risk Of Diabetes?

I'm Slim So Why Am I At Risk Of Diabetes?

I'm slim so why am I at risk of diabetes? These are external links and will open in a new window Image caption If I go jogging in Delhi I'm up against pollution and potholes Diabetes is on the rise around the world, and nowhere more rapidly than in developing countries that are adopting the sugary, starchy diet that has plagued the richer world for years. And it turns out that Asians, and especially South Asians, are particularly vulnerable. The nutritionist runs a white measuring tape around my waist. I defy the urge to suck in my stomach. I'm 42 years old, a mother of two and a journalist based in India's capital, Delhi, currently one of the world's most polluted cities. I eat organic food, rarely snack, and consider myself pretty slim and active, especially compared to my American friends, whom I can see on Facebook are generally twice my girth. "It's 87cm (34.25in)," says Chaya Ranasinghe, nutritionist at Sri Lanka's National Diabetes Centre. I'm here to find out why slim-looking Indians and Sri Lankans are increasingly falling victim to type 2 diabetes - a disease we tend to associate with people who anyone could see were obese. "Not bad," I say. "That's pretty honourable for my age." "Yes, but it should be 80cm (31.5in) maximum," she replies. "You are 7cm (2.75in) over." "Should have sucked in my waist," I fume belatedly. Chaya is helping me assess my risk for diabetes and the waist measurement is key for people of Asian origin. That's because Asian genes dictate that fat is laid down in the abdominal area. It's this "visceral" or belly fat, as well as fat inside the liver, that puts us at risk. "Imaging technology that measures fat in humans has shown that Asians of a healthy BMI have more fat around organs and in the belly area than Europeans with the same BMI, Continue reading >>

Preventing Diabetes And Obesity In American Indian Communities: The Potential Of Environmental Interventions

Preventing Diabetes And Obesity In American Indian Communities: The Potential Of Environmental Interventions

Obesity, diabetes, and other diet-related chronic diseases persist in American Indians at rates that are significantly higher than those in other ethnic minority populations. Environmental interventions to improve diet and increase physical activity have the potential to improve these health outcomes, but relatively little work has taken place in American Indian communities. We reviewed the experiences and findings of the following 3 case studies of intervention trials in American Indian communities: the Pathways trial, which was a school-based trial that focused on children; the Apache Healthy Stores program, which was a food-store program that focused on food preparers and shoppers; and the Zhiwaapenewin Akinomaagewin trial, which was a multiinstitutional trial for First Nations adults that worked with food stores, elementary schools, and health and social services agencies. All 3 trials showed mixed success. Important lessons were learned, including the need to focus on supply and demand, institutional and multilevel approaches, and the identification of institutional bases to sustain programs. American Indian and First and diabetes Nations peoples suffer from remarkably high rates of obesity and diabetes, and those rates have been steadily increasing ( 1 , 2 ). From 1994 to 2004, rates doubled among American Indians aged <35 y ( 2 ). In American Indian adults, prevalence rates of overweight and obesity tend to be higher in women and certain tribal groups ( 3 , 4 ). American Indian adults experience significantly higher obesity rates than those of their minority and nonminority counterparts ( 4 ). Obesity is a potent risk factor for diabetes ( 5 ), cardiovascular disease, and hypertension ( 6 ). Significant racial disparities illustrate increased risks for American Continue reading >>

Online Diabetic-friendly Foods - Buy Diabetic-friendly Foods At Best Price In India - Godrej Nature's Basket

Online Diabetic-friendly Foods - Buy Diabetic-friendly Foods At Best Price In India - Godrej Nature's Basket

FOOD FOR DIABETES - DIABETIC FRIENDLY FOODS Thousands of people everywhere in the world suffer from diabetes and are forced to live a life devoid of one of our basic guilty pleasures sweet dishes and sugary snacks! Food for diabetes is always a cause for concern because theres always some sugar in everything we eat. Thanks to diabetic food, these days you can order a wide variety of healthy snacks online and have them delivered to your doorstep!While most diabetics deal with it through lifestyle changes and medication and do live happy, healthy lives, they often complain about not having enough food choices. Over the years many different types of diabetes food and diabetic snacks have become available at a wide network of brick and mortar stores as well as online. Whole grains, such as brown rice, oatmeal, quinoa, millet, or amaranth and snacks made using these diabetes friendly food have several benefits like keeping your blood sugar levels stay in check and managing your weight successfully as well. Whats more, they barely taste different and gives so many more options when it comes to food for diabetic patients. Try out some diabetic biscuits that taste even better than the regular ones! You can make them using oatmeal and nuts like dates and raisins or millet patties with green veggies and brown bread. You can also get improvise and try your own recipes! Shop from a range of health foods such as low carb food , immune boosting foods , gluten free food , heart friendly foods , vermicelli , diabetic bread , sugar free tablet , sugar free biscuit and fruits seeds online exclusively at Natures Basket. BUY FOOD FOR DIABETICS ONLINE OF BEST QUALITY & PRICE IN INDIA don't have the time buy food for diabetics? Buy it online! Natures basket is a one-stop-shop for all your g Continue reading >>

Diabetes Therapeutics Market In India To 2018 - Rapid Uptake Of Dpp-iv Inhibitors, Glp-1 Agonists And Expanding Insulin Segment To Drive Growth

Diabetes Therapeutics Market In India To 2018 - Rapid Uptake Of Dpp-iv Inhibitors, Glp-1 Agonists And Expanding Insulin Segment To Drive Growth

Description GBI Research, the leading business intelligence provider, has released its latest research “Diabetes Therapeutics Market in India to 2018 - Rapid Uptake of DPP-IV Inhibitors, GLP-1 Agonists and Expanding Insulin Segment to Drive Growth”, which provides insights into the India anti-diabetes market until 2018. The report is built using data and information sourced from proprietary databases, primary and secondary research and in-house analysis by GBI Research’s team of industry experts. Insights into the diabetes epidemiology, cost of therapy, research and development pipeline and the promising molecules which are anticipated to be launched by 2018 are discussed in the report. The report provides an in-depth analysis type 1 and type 2 diabetes. The report provides an in-depth analysis on oral anti-diabetics agents, insulin products and drivers and barriers that could significantly impact the overall anti-diabetes market during the forecast period. Additionally, it explores the competitive landscape, including benchmarking the top companies in the market and the key issues and trends that are likely to have an impact on the Indian diabetes market during the forecast period. Finally, a key trend analysis for mergers and acquisitions and licensing agreements involving diabetes therapies is also discussed in the report. GBI Research’s analysis revealed that the overall anti-diabetes market in India was worth $680.3m in 2011 and is projected to grow at a CAGR of 11.3% between 2011 and 2018 to reach $1,446m in 2018. High and growing diabetes population in the country, rising obese and geriatric population, and rapid market adoption of drugs from the classes such as Dipeptidyl Peptidase 4 (DPP-4) inhibitors, Glucagon-Like Peptide (GLP)-1, Sodium-Glucose Trans Continue reading >>

Diabetes Diet: 7 Foods That Can Help Control Your Blood Sugar Levels Naturally

Diabetes Diet: 7 Foods That Can Help Control Your Blood Sugar Levels Naturally

Your diet plays an important role in managing diabetes. In fact, your diet and lifestyle are important aspects of diabetes management and treatment. One reason is that the food you eat on a day to day basis has a direct impact on your blood sugar levels. For instance, high carb foods raise your blood sugar levels. The digestive system breaks down the digestible ones into sugar, which enters the blood. But then again, not all carbohydrates are bad. Complex carbohydrates like whole grains take longer to digest while simple carbs like white flour and refined sugar may cause sudden spikes in your blood sugar levels. Diabetics tend to have high blood sugar levels due to the inefficiency of insulin, a hormone secreted by the pancreas, to control them. Here are six foods that can help in controlling your blood sugar levels naturally. 1. Barley A study done by Lund University in Sweden states that eating a special mixture of dietary fibres found in barley can help reduce your appetite as well as high blood sugar levels. "Whole grains like oats, brown rice or millets like jowar and ragi contain both soluble and insoluble fibre that helps with sugar control," shares Consultant Nutritionist Dr. Rupali Datta. The dietary fibers in whole grains can help control blood sugar. Photo Credit: Istock 2. Bananas Accordingly to a study done by the University College Dublin in Ireland, resistant starch found in foods such as bananas, potatoes, grains and legumes, may benefit your health by aiding blood sugar control, supporting gut health and enhancing satiety. This is a form of starch that is not digested in the small intestine and is, therefore, considered a type of dietary fiber. (Also read: Have You Been Eating Bananas With Milk?) Bananas contain resistant starch. Photo Credit: Istock 3. Continue reading >>

Diabetic Care: Buy Diabetic Care Products Online At Best Prices In India

Diabetic Care: Buy Diabetic Care Products Online At Best Prices In India

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Modern Ways Open Indias Doors To Diabetes

Modern Ways Open Indias Doors To Diabetes

Asia Pacific |Modern Ways Open Indias Doors to Diabetes A taste for sweets, like those in this bakery, and the growing popularity of fried and processed foods are contributing to diabetes in India. Credit Namas Bhojani for The New York Times CHENNAI, India There are many ways to understand diabetes in this choking city of automakers and software companies, where the disease seems as commonplace as saris. One way is through the story of P. Ganam, 50, a proper woman reduced to fake gold. Her husband, K. Palayam, had diabetes do its corrosive job on him: ulcers bore into both feet and cost him a leg. To pay for his care in a country where health insurance is rare, P. Ganam sold all her cherished jewelry gold, as she saw it, swapped for life. She was asked about the necklaces and bracelets she was now wearing. They were, as it happened, worthless impostors. And now, Ms. Ganam, the scaffolding of her hard-won middle-class existence already undone, has diabetes too. In its hushed but unrelenting manner, Type 2 diabetes is engulfing India, swallowing up the legs and jewels of those comfortable enough to put on weight in a country better known for famine. Here, juxtaposed alongside the stick-thin poverty, the malaria and the AIDS , the number of diabetics now totals around 35 million, and counting. The future looks only more ominous as India hurtles into the present, modernizing and urbanizing at blinding speed. Even more of its 1.1 billion people seem destined to become heavier and more vulnerable to Type 2 diabetes, a disease of high blood sugar brought on by obesity, inactivity and genes, often culminating in blindness, amputations and heart failure. In 20 years, projections are that there may be a staggering 75 million Indian diabetics. Diabetes unfortunately is the price Continue reading >>

Diabetes India Store

Diabetes India Store

Pending Pending follow request from @DiabetesIndStor Cancel Cancel your follow request to @DiabetesIndStor Diabetes India Store is a single stop shop for all the diabetic-friendly products, food items, confectionery or foot care etc., in their neighborhood stores. Are you sure you want to view these Tweets? Viewing Tweets won't unblock @DiabetesIndStor Diabetes India Store observes "Diabetes Week" from 13 November to 19 November 2018 to mark occasion of "World Diabetes Day" on 14th November. Keep watching this space for more.... Thanks. Twitter will use this to make your timeline better. Undo Diabetes concerns every family so spotting the warning signs and knowing what to do is vital. Discover Thanks. Twitter will use this to make your timeline better. Undo What are you gifting this Diwali ? Explore our gifting options here pic.twitter.com/dLkAbBqrf5 Thanks. Twitter will use this to make your timeline better. Undo Why Okra (Bhindi) Is Good For Diabetes? Here's The Answer - NDTV Thanks. Twitter will use this to make your timeline better. Undo Irregular Blood Pressure, Blood Sugar May Up Heart Attack Risk: 4 Heart-Healthy Foods - NDTV Thanks. Twitter will use this to make your timeline better. Undo Thanks. Twitter will use this to make your timeline better. Undo Thanks. Twitter will use this to make your timeline better. Undo Thanks. Twitter will use this to make your timeline better. Undo Thanks. Twitter will use this to make your timeline better. Undo Thanks. Twitter will use this to make your timeline better. Undo Thanks. Twitter will use this to make your timeline better. Undo Criterium Ride at Freedom Hyderabad Ride 2018. Happy to have partnered with the event Thanks. Twitter will use this to make your timeline better. Undo Some shots at Freedom Hyderabad Ride 2018 Continue reading >>

Kids & Diabetes In Schools

Kids & Diabetes In Schools

The KiDS project aims to foster a safe and supportive environment that creates a better understanding of diabetes and supports children with this condition. It also provides information about type 2 diabetes can be prevented by making effective lifestyle choices. Dr. Damodar Bachani, Deputy Commissioner (NCD), Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India shares the KiDS experience in India. We need to start investing now for a healthy and prosperous tomorrow. By leaving diabetes unmanaged, countries put economic and sustainable development at risk. Many children with diabetes face discrimination in the school environment, it affects their self-esteem, productivity and management of their disease. Children who are not able to manage their condition safely and securely at school may be at greater risk of complications from diabetes. We cannot afford to ignore the preventable risk factors and the affordable solutions for type 2 diabetes. Up to 70% of type 2 diabetes can be prevented by investing in healthy lifestyles. While type 1 diabetes cant be prevented, healthy eating is an important part of effectively managing it. The KiDS project and information pack will help tackle discrimination in schools and provides teachers and parents with a practical guide to diabetes management. The Kids and Diabetes in Schools (KiDS) project aims to foster a safe and supportive school environment that creates a better understanding of diabetes and supports children with this condition. It also provides information about how type 2 diabetes can be prevented by making effective lifestyle choices. Developed by healthcare experts, the Global Diabetes Information Pack for Schools provides teachers, parents and children with information on diabetes prevention and its management. Continue reading >>

Diabliss | Online Store For Low Glycemic Index Foods

Diabliss | Online Store For Low Glycemic Index Foods

"I would recommend this product to the wellness conscious people for a low glycemic index choice" " Taking care of my body has been a hobby of mine since high school. I go to the gym every day and watch my calories, since I am conscious of my weight. On an advice from a good friend I switched to low glycemic food products and was introduced to Diabliss. Diabliss has helped me manage my weight without any loss in taste and cravings for Sugar. Thanks Diabliss! (Sugar, Jam, Mango Splash and Spice Lemonade) " "Extremely happy with Diabliss sugar in my daily diet, I believe it is a perfect addition to my wellness conscious lifestyle!" "We tried different sweeteners available in the market, but none matches the taste of Diabliss sugar. Moreover, unlike other low glycemic sweeteners, the Diabliss sugar lends itself to be used in all forms of preparations!" " I have been conscious of my sugar in take for many years and switching to Diabliss Lemon Tea has helped my Wellness Conscious Lifestyle. As a musician; starting my morning with a hot cup of Diabliss Lemon Tea clears my throat, keeps me boosted and adds to my creativity. I would recommend Diabliss not only to wellness enthusiasts but to my other fellow musicians (Diabliss Tea Assortments)" Continue reading >>

Understanding How Food Affects Your Blood Sugar

Understanding How Food Affects Your Blood Sugar

Carbohydrates Blood glucose is affected most by carbohydrates. And insulin dosing is typically based on food intake, especially carbohydrates. Knowing what foods contain carbohydrates and the amount of carbohydrates in a meal is helpful for blood glucose control. You should aim to include carbohydrates in each meal. Carbohydrate sources like vegetables, fruits and whole grains (high fiber) are preferred over carbohydrate sources with added fats, sugars and salt. Proteins are a necessary part of a balanced diet and can keep you from feeling hungry. They also do not raise your blood glucose like carbohydrates. However, to prevent weight gain, use portion control with proteins. In people with Type 2 diabetes, protein makes insulin work faster, so it may not be a good idea to treat low blood sugar with protein shakes or mixes. Fats Fats are a necessary part of a balanced diet, especially healthy fats like olive oil and fatty fish. The five food groups Some people believe that a diabetes diagnosis means “goodbye” to good food. Not so. Having diabetes does not mean that you can no longer enjoy good food, or that you have to give up your favorite foods. Living with diabetes means eating regular, healthy meals from the following five food groups: Grains and starches Vegetables Fruits Milk & alternatives Meat & alternatives Making healthy food choices Your dietitian or diabetes educator can help you to develop an eating plan that is right for you and fits into your lifestyle. Here are some guidelines for healthy eating: Healthy eating for diabetes is healthy eating for the whole family. Enjoy having regular meals, starting with breakfast first, then lunch and dinner. Space meals no more than 6 hours apart. Eat a variety of foods in each meal, including healthy fats, lean mea Continue reading >>

Diabetic Care: Buy Online Diabetes Care Products In India

Diabetic Care: Buy Online Diabetes Care Products In India

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India Diabetic Food Market, By Type (confectionary, Ice Cream & Jellies, Dietary Beverages, Baked Products, Dairy Products &others),by Distribution Channel (supermarkets/hypermarkets, Drug Store/pharmacies, Grocery Stores, Online And Others), Competition Forecast & Opportunities, 2013 2023

India Diabetic Food Market, By Type (confectionary, Ice Cream & Jellies, Dietary Beverages, Baked Products, Dairy Products &others),by Distribution Channel (supermarkets/hypermarkets, Drug Store/pharmacies, Grocery Stores, Online And Others), Competition Forecast & Opportunities, 2013 2023

To analyze and forecast market size of the India diabetic food market, in terms of value. To define, classify and forecast the India diabetic food market on the basis of type, distribution channel and regional distribution. To scrutinize the detailed market segmentation and forecast the market size, in terms of value, on the basis of region by segmenting India diabetic food market into four regions, namely, North Region, West Region, East Region and South Region. To identify tailwinds and headwinds for the India diabetic food market. To examine competitive developments such as expansions, new product launches, supply contracts, and mergers & acquisitions in the India diabetic food market. To evaluate competitor pricing, average market selling prices and trends in the India diabetic food market. To strategically profile the leading players, which are involved in the supply of diabetic food in India. Some of the major players operating in the India diabeticfood market are Kelloggs, Coca Cola Company, PepsiCoInc., Nestle, Cadbury, DiaBliss Consumer Products Pvt Ltd, Rattan Organic FoodsPvt. Ltd., etc. TechSci Research performed primary aswell as exhaustive secondary research for this study. Initially, TechSciResearch sourced a list of diabetic food manufacturers and suppliers in India.Subsequently, TechSci Research conducted primary research surveys with theidentified companies. While interviewing, the respondents were also enquiredabout their competitors. Through this technique, TechSci Research was able toinclude manufacturers that could not be identified due to the limitations ofsecondary research. TechSci Research analysed product offerings, distributionchannel and regional presence of all major diabetic food suppliers across thecountry. TechSci Research calculated th Continue reading >>

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