Golden Star Ganesh recommends plant-based diet the vegan way to stop the Diabetes Tsunami

Bengaluru: Narayana Nethralaya super specialty eye hospital organized a program to spread awareness about the impact of tsunami we are approaching soon because of diabetes.

Dr. Bhujang Shetty who recently turned vegan said, “We can reverse diabetes and other leading causes of death like obesity, hypertension and cardiovascular disease by simple yet sustainable changes in our diet”. While taking his own example and that of many of his patients who have benefited from the dietary modifications. Dr. Shetty quoted from research studies and case studies while suggesting steps to reverse the disease.

Sandalwood’s Golden Star Ganesh who turned vegan recently participated in this program and echoed the same voice Dr. Bhujang Shetty is trying to propagate. “One of the first things I noticed when I gave veganism a try was that my energy levels skyrocketed. It felt as if my body was thanking me for putting high amounts of nutrients into it. On the World Diabetes Day this year, let’s make a resolve to take control of what we consume and how it affects our physical and mental health”, said the film star.

Dr. Bhujang Shetty suggested multiple steps including dietary modifications to contain and reverse and reduce the damage happen to vision because of Diabetic Retinopathy Prevalence. He said he believes in illness to wellness through prevention rather than treatment.

For more information, you may contact:
​Dr. K Bhujang Shetty, CMD, Narayana Nethralaya

City Today News



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