Demystifies the myths and conundrums surrounding this chronic disease while presenting you with the latest in the fieldWritten in a simple manner and backed up by India-specific data which address the Indian audienceCharts out diets, individualised exercises and management tailored to the Indian palate, bodies and psycheProf. (Dr) Anoop Misra has more than 30 years of experience in teaching, service, research and community health intervention programmes directed towards Asian Indians and particularly for underprivileged people. Prof. Misra has published more than 300 scientific papers in national and international journals, including The Lancet, Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, New England Journal of Medicine, British Medical Journal, Medicine, Obesity Research, PLOS One, etc., and published a chapter in the International Textbook of Diabetes. He is also an Advisory Board Member of British Medical Journal. He has been a member of editorial boards of 20 international and 11 Indian journals, including Associate Editor of Journal of Diabetes (USA), Honorary Editor of Diabetes & Obesity International Journal and Diabetes and Metabolic Syndrome: Research and Reviews (Singapore). He has written three editorials for the prestigious journal The Lancet and has been a reviewer for more than 40 journals, including Journal Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism and New England Journal of Medicine. Currently, he is the leading author in a series of articles on 'Diabetes in South Asians' in The Lancet Diabetes and Endocrinology and for a special issue on South Asians in British Medical Journal. Prof. Misra has received numerous awards and oration. He has been awarded the highest award for medicine in India-Dr B.C. Roy Award (2006)-and the prestigious Padma Shri (2007). He has been conferred with 'Americare Award' (Americare Foundation, India, 2012), 'Swastha Bharat Samman' (from Zee TV 2012), 'Chikitsa Ratan' (by Delhi Medical Association, 2014) and 'Excellence in Diabetes Care' (Health Summit Awards, 2014) for outstanding contribution to Diabetes in India. He has received the 'Outstanding Investigator Award' from World India Diabetes Foundation in 2013. He has given 30 named orations in India and neighbouring countries. He has been a personal physician to two former prime ministers of India. Presently, he is Chairman, Fortis-CDOC Center of Excellence for Diabetes, Metabolic Diseases, and Endocrinology, New Delhi, and Director, National Diabetes, Obesity and Cholesterol Foundation, and Diabetes Foundation (India). Fortis CDOC specialty diabetes chain of hospital/centres is currently in progressive expansion mode throughout North India.Can we prevent diabetes? Once it develops, can we reverse it? What needs to be done when a patient with diabetes has coronavirus or influenza infection? Is there a drug that can protect the heart and other essential organs? How to avoid a heart attack in a diabetic patient? How to manage diabetes in pregnancy? What to do if one has cancer and diabetes? What happens to the liver with obesity and diabetes? Could keto diets or intermittent fasting be tried by patients with diabetes? Are alternative medicines effective? How to energise muscles with long-standing diabetes? What are frauds and fads related to diet and diabetes? What are the exercises to improve fitness? Which tests show early damage due to diabetes-related complications? Should vitamins be mandatory for patients? What could be done to improve sexual functions and fertility? Are drugs better or insulin? How to protect kidneys from drugs and chemicals? How to get continuous monitoring of blood sugar done? Diabetes with Delight answers these questions and more. Keeping pace with rapidly increasing advances in diabetes, newer therapies and ever-evolving research, it attempts to demystify the myths and conundrums surrounding this chronic disease while presenting you with the latest in the field. This edition includes seven new chapters, giving readers up-to-date knowledge of the current medical issues and controversies. Written in a simple manner, backed up by India-specific data and charting out specific diets and exercises, it is eminently suitable for all Indians.Diabetes with Delight is for all those who want to know how to avoid not only diabetes but also related diseases, such as obesity, polycystic ovarian disease, hypertension and cholesterol disorders, and live a healthy and happy life.
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