by Praanav dasarathi | 20 Jun 2018
Diabetes though called a lifestyle disease has a massive impact on the way we lead our lives, particularly in terms of food. Most diabetic people have to come down to a basic diet, which is boring and bland, to ensure good health. Nonetheless, NutriParadise, a pioneering Nutraceutical company is introducing DiaSavior, a special beverage exclusively to make diabetic patient’s diet interesting.
Animal studies have been proven to have the ability to prevent one of the major secondary complications i.e., diabetic nephropathy where kidney function deteriorates eventually. It has also been proven in trials that ingredients used in the formulation can efficiently manage and lower blood glucose levels in the long run.
DiaSavior is natural and a low Glycemic Index beverage, which contains protein, carbohydrates, energy with low fat, no cholesterol, and no added sugar. It also contains Phytonutrients, which reduces oxidative stress. The beverage is a great source of calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, choline & folic acid and can simply be boiled with milk and served hot. DiaSavior comprises antioxidant and anti-inflammatory products too, which reduces the probability of heart diseases.
NutriParadise, incubated at CFTR (Central food technological research), is prepping up to launch the merchandise, on which an extensive R&D has been done to incorporate various natural ingredients and the right mixes to have food products as complementary to medicines.
Currently, the product is available directly at hospitals in Bangalore at affordable prices.
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