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Diabetes Management in the Era of Surging Obesity

Obesity is a significant risk factor for type 2 diabetes. Interventions focusing on lifestyle modifications, such as healthy eating and increased physical activity, are crucial for both diabetes prevention and management. Additionally, personalized treatment plans that address individual needs and comorbidities are essential in combating the dual burden of diabetes and obesity. Regular monitoring of blood glucose levels, along with medication adherence and regular medical check-ups, are integral components of effective diabetes management strategies. Multidisciplinary approaches involving healthcare providers, nutritionists, and fitness experts help tailor interventions to address the complex interplay between diabetes and obesity. Public health initiatives aimed at promoting healthy lifestyles and obesity prevention are also key in mitigating the growing burden of diabetes. Ultimately, a holistic approach that addresses both diabetes and obesity is necessary to improve outcomes and reduce the global burden of these interconnected conditions.

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Dr. Jyotika Gupta

Consultant Family Physician & Diabetologist, RxDx Samanvay, Bangalore

Dr. Jyotika Gupta currently serves as the Clinic Lead at RxDx SAMANVAY in Bangalore. holding an MBBS from Sri Devraj Urs Medical College and a DNB in Family Medicine from The Bangalore Hospital, along with an MRCGP [INT] from the Royal College of General Practitioners, and a Fellowship in Diabetes Mellitus. With extensive experience as a Family Physician, Dr. Jyotika specializes in treating both infectious diseases, including pneumonia, URTI, cellulitis, and UTI, and non-communicable diseases such as diabetes, hypertension, obesity, and heart health.

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Dr. Jyotika Gupta
  • 17th-May-2024, TIME : 3:00PM - 4:00PM
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Obesity is a significant risk factor for type 2 diabetes. Interventions focusing on lifestyle modifications, such as healthy eating and increased physical activity, are crucial for both diabetes prevention and management. Additionally, personalized treatment plans that address individual needs and comorbidities are essential in combating the dual burden of diabetes and obesity. Regular monitoring of blood glucose levels, along with medication adherence and regular medical check-ups, are integral components of effective diabetes management strategies. Multidisciplinary approaches involving healthcare providers, nutritionists, and fitness experts help tailor interventions to address the complex interplay between diabetes and obesity. Public health initiatives aimed at promoting healthy lifestyles and obesity prevention are also key in mitigating the growing burden of diabetes. Ultimately, a holistic approach that addresses both diabetes and obesity is necessary to improve outcomes and reduce the global burden of these interconnected conditions.

webinar
Dr. Jyotika Gupta
  • 17th-May-2024, TIME : 3:00PM - 4:00PM
  • 0

Obesity is a significant risk factor for type 2 diabetes. Interventions focusing on lifestyle modifications, such as healthy eating and increased physical activity, are crucial for both diabetes prevention and management. Additionally, personalized treatment plans that address individual needs and comorbidities are essential in combating the dual burden of diabetes and obesity. Regular monitoring of blood glucose levels, along with medication adherence and regular medical check-ups, are integral components of effective diabetes management strategies. Multidisciplinary approaches involving healthcare providers, nutritionists, and fitness experts help tailor interventions to address the complex interplay between diabetes and obesity. Public health initiatives aimed at promoting healthy lifestyles and obesity prevention are also key in mitigating the growing burden of diabetes. Ultimately, a holistic approach that addresses both diabetes and obesity is necessary to improve outcomes and reduce the global burden of these interconnected conditions.