This webinar will take place on:
Saturday 12th December 2020 at 7:00 pm
The Holidays are trying times for many, especially for those living with diabetes as the holiday season is fraught with temptations. Sweets are everywhere which seem to be there either test you or frustrate you.
Luckily, to find answers to these questions and to make sure you don’t miss out on all the excitement and deliciousness that the holiday has to offer, we’ve invited Dr. Nishan Jayasundara, Medical Officer at National Ayurveda Teaching Hospital and Sudhair James Holistic Nutrition Expert at Strive & PhD (USA) researcher working in global health drugs in collaboration with Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
So join our live webinar on 12th December at 7 pm and learn how to make simple changes in your lifestyle to help keep your blood glucose levels under control, while helping you enjoy this festive season to the fullest
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Dr. Nishan is one of the most accomplished Ayurvedic doctors in Sri Lanka. He has studied both Ayurveda and Sri Lankan Indigenous Medicine and practices an integrated approach to heal patients. Nishan has presented his research work in many international conferences including the World Cancer Congress (Paris-2016). He has made several media appearances creating an awareness in the public on preventing non-communicable diseases through lifestyle & food habits. He also travels to Europe every year sharing his wisdom of Ayurveda on leading a healthier & happy life.
Sudhair is the scientist who discovered a simple way to cook rice that could cut down calories by 50%. He’s also a Holistic Nutrition Coach who loves to cook and develop novel recipes for optimal health without compromising the taste. Sudhair is a firm believer in ‘curing through food’ and wants to impact others through many simple and realistic nutrition approaches.
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