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Abstract

“AN IMPACT OF PATHYAAHAR (DEVELOPED MODULE OF WHOLESOME DIET) IN THE MANAGEMENT OF TYPE-2 DIABETES MELLITUS (MADHUMEHA)”

*Dr. P. Srinivas, Dr. S. Danasekar, Dr. K. Prameela Devi, Dr. S. Asha,
Dr. A. Ramakrishna and Dr. Mahesh

ABSTRACT

Diabetes mellitus (DM) is leading cause of morbidity and mortality world over. It is estimated that approximately 1% of population suffers from DM. The incidence is rising in the developed countries of the world at the rate of about 10% per year, especially of type 2 DM, due to rising incident of obesity (corpulence) and reduced activity levels. An observational study was conducted on 50 diagnosed patients by prescribing the module of wholesome diet (Pathyaahar) was advised for the period of 30 days, to evaluate the anti-diabetic efficacy of the wholesome diet (Pathyaahar) in the management of type-2 diabetes with special reference to Madhumeha in Ayurvedia. All the patients with newly detected diabetes, considered for the study showed mild improvement during the first two visits of the study, which is statistically significant. Among the selected 50 no of cases 06 got Very good improvement (12%), 18 got Good improvement (36%), 12 showed Mild improvement (24%) and there was Poor improvement in 14 (28%). Since it showed a significant result in declining values in FBS & PPBS in the beginning of the study, there may be definite effect of the diet on controlling the hyperglycemia. It seems there is a need of regularity in following the diet uncompromisingly and should build more consciousness among the public and create awareness on the importance of the diet & exercise by conducting continuous disease and diet education programmes in the community i.e. rural as well as urban inhabitants through public lectures and distributing IEC materials etc.

Keywords: Madhumeha, Pathyahara, Diet modules, FBS & PPBS.


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