09:34 AM | 04-11-2019

I have diabetes and pcos too detected my sugar level is 450. What should I do?

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03:29 PM | 04-11-2019

Hi. We would like to guide you to the following resources on Wellcure - 

  1. Blog - PCOS/PCOD – A rising problem in women today

  2. Women’s Health related stories in our Journeys section. 

  3. Read the journeys of people who dealt with diabetes naturally

  4. Read these blogs listed in our Body Wisdom section –

PCOS & diabetes can be overcome by following a natural lifestyle. You can explore our Nature-Nurtures Program that helps you in making the transition, step by step. 

04:01 PM | 05-11-2019


Both Diabetes and PCOS are issues related to hormonal imbalance. It is extremely important that you please make immediate lifestyle changes since your sugar levels need to be balanced. In order to understand what changes need to be done first lets briefly understand our body mechanism.

In mature females, every month the pituitary gland which is located at the base of the brain produces 2 female sex hormones. These hormones work in such a way to create a balance in the body which leads to either fertilization or if not fertilised leads to the monthly menstrual cycle. Estrogen and progesterone are the hormones that regulate the menstrual cycle. If there is a hormonal imbalance in the body it leads to PCOS. This happens when over a period of time, the body is unable to eliminate the toxins from the body and they accumulate and form cysts. The cysts can dissolve when the right lifestyle choices are made.

Similarly, Diabetes is when the hormone insulin which is produced by the liver is either insufficient or the cells become insulin resistant. This can also be corrected by lifestyle changes.

  1. Avoid all animal and dairy foods. They all create an acidic environment and create havoc with the hormones.
  2. Avoid all packed, processed, sugary and fried foods.
  3. Include lots of raw vegetables, fruits . They contain the essential fibre required to maintain blood glucose. They also contain all essential vitamin and minerals which are important in many biochemical actions in the body.
  4. Expose to nature, sunshine. They all create a sense of wellbeing and create "happy hormones."
  5. Manage stress. Proper rest and sleep are vital. During rest and sleep the body repairs and rejuvenates itself. Stress, as explained above, creates a hormonal imbalance.
  6. Physical activity is important. This helps the body utilize the excess glucose and also helps in maintaining your weight along with releases good hormones.

You could also take help from a natural health coach in this regard through Wellcure's Nature-nurtures program

You could also read journeys of Mayavi and Pooja.



Wishing you Good Health Always!

Thank you


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