EP05 : Is Today’s lifestyle a contributor to type-2 diabetes? By Dr Manju Panda

Dr. Manju Panda Senior Diabetes Educator, Nutritionist and Program Manager Max Healthcare Inst. Dr. Manju Panda has a wide experience of more than 20 years as a Nutritionist and Diabetes counsellor and is associated with Max Hospital since 2007. She worked closely with Dr. MMS Ahuja, known as the father of Endocrinology (AIIMS), and she is currently working with Dr. Sujeet Jha (Director, Institute of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism). Manju Panda is also actively involved in Research Projects and is Co-guide of a master’s degree course. She has a number of Posters and Publications in National and International Conferences and journals and vast experience in Gestational Diabetes Management. Manju Panda is member of Delhi Diabetes Forum (DDF), Indian Society of Bone and Mineral Research and India Diabetes Educators Association. Several factors are involved in sugar level regulation in type 2 diabetes, including genetic and environmental interactions and increased calorie intake (high fat diet) and lack of exercise. Factors that may increase your risk of type 2 diabetes include: Weight. Being overweight or obese is a main risk. Dr. Manju Panda will guide us through the Type -2 Diabetes.

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