About SugarKiBimari.com

Updated on August 10, 2016 in General Questions
8 on February 23, 2016

I was asked by the web admin to write a company profile but after two hours of compiling a bunch of fancy, sophisticated and intense words I realized that this is not a company that I want to allure consumers towards, it is instead a mission to help and aid people with diabetes.

I too am a diabetic and living with a useless pancreas since the past 25 years. Only recently did I figure many a things that I felt the need (also have been asked) to share. My selfish revenue model you may wonder? It’s fairly simple, to learn more about the condition and solutions from people like me.

If you are here, you probably are a diabetic, know a diabetic or both. I (and I’m hoping many more people too) am keen to know whatever your experiences are, how you successfully improved or deteriorated your health- don’t be afraid to share, there is nothing wrong and you would be happy to know that you are amongst half a billion people in the world living this disorder. If even one person can learn from your experiences or even challenge it, either ways it will help us all know something that we don’t know or have forgotten.

As for myself, my health was going south whereas my expenses towards stalling the fall going north. Three years ago, I was Vitamin D and B12 deficient with borderline thyroid and cholesterol, energy levels were low and gaining weight was effortless. I am 48 years old now, and am proud to say that I have not only managed to correct all this but also speed up my metabolism and now I am a fat burning machine. How? Stick around and you will know how!

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0 on April 6, 2016

This forum is a great initiative. I have already learned more. Cheers!

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0 on April 8, 2016

really nice and helpful.

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1 on April 17, 2016

oh great
eager to know how overtook the health problems
i am on the same track – fighting with the diabetes with lots of confusion about diet medication exercise etc…

on April 18, 2016

Hi Prasad – thanks for signing up. You should see a blog post on how to improve A1c’s soon but again we are all unique individuals. Please let us all know more about you, the issues you face and why do you feel you are not able to manage them better then I am sure there are people here on this forum (and myself) that should be able to share our experiences managing similar issues.. please elaborate.

Looking forward to your questions, you can post that on the main page itself so others too can see and respond.

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1 on April 21, 2016

Hi all 
I live in a country where it is said to have the second highest diabetes population in the world. The Uae. Though I suffer from type 2 diabetes I have been told by few friends that it has a cure in usa and Switzerland.  Don’t know how far it’s true.  But so many people come up with so many cures. 

This is the plague of the 21st century. 
Let us share what at least can control it if not cure it.

Lukman Yamani
Sharjah , Uae.

on April 22, 2016

It truly is an epidemic, and top 3 countries (in chronological order) with the highest diabetic population in the world are China, India and USA.

Take a look at this video, it might help to understand where and how this originated from… is it a failed experiment or a #foodscam of this century! :)

Reversing Type 2 diabetes starts with ignoring the guidelines | Sarah Hallberg | TEDxPurdueU

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1 on August 10, 2016

Hi..I just joined this forum to understand and manage my sons sugars better. He is 16 and i guess too lazy to go through this .. maybe with time he will be more concern and independent, Till then i am here for him. :-)
Just one think to say to the administrator…in your introduction you mentioned
 “living with a useless pancreas”. I had the same thought when we diagnosed my son 3 years back.. but when i asked this to our doctor we were told that its not “useless” just that it is not producing insulin. There are many other type of harmones which the body needs and are being produced by a diabetics pancreas, insulin is only one of them, so its not useless..Correct me if I am wrong !!

on August 10, 2016

Welcome to the forum, and I hope well for your son and the entire family! It is very encouraging to see you here, thank you!

There are many diabetics on this website who manage their life very well plus are examples not only to their own community but to non-diabetics as well.  

To answer your question, there is the ‘honeymoon phase’ when from a few months to a few years, a newly diagnosed T1D’s pancreas could still be producing some insulin and other hormones viz. Glucagon, Amylin, etc.

In my case, its pretty much dead since a few decades i.e. its not making any of the hormones required to regulate and convert glucose into energy and hence the hyperbole- useless. :)

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