New Delhi (India), June 19: Despite the abundance of health and wellness initiatives worldwide, health-related challenges persist. Type 2 diabetes, Parkinson’s Disease, and childhood obesity – these are just a few of the many issues that millions grapple with daily. But where do we stand with addressing these issues with a holistic approach? Recent figures bring good news, courtesy of a unique healthcare organisation, Mind Your Fitness (MYF).
The U.S. has the 3rd highest prevalence of diabetes behind China and India. In a recent case handled by MYF, a 43-year-old woman battling type 2 diabetes with blood sugar levels exceeding 300 while on insulin saw an incredible turnaround. After MYF’s intervention and a switch to a ketogenic plan, her blood sugar levels have now been maintained under 100. A considerable feat for a patient who also had a history of cancer.
On the other side of the globe, Parkinson’s disease affects around 10 million people worldwide. One of these individuals, a 60-year-old man from India, sought help from MYF for his deteriorating motor function and digestion. As a result of MYF’s dedicated gym-based training and specially designed diet, his mobility and overall fitness improved, and his medication dosage was reduced.
Childhood obesity is another “growing” concern; the tendency of children to be overweight in India has increased significantly between 2010 and 2017 and is projected to increase to 17.5% by 2030. In one such case, A 10-year-old grossly overweight child suffering from Attention Deficit Disorder in India was introduced to a low-carb diet by MYF. Their intervention also included psychological counseling and supervised gym training. The comprehensive care provided led to significant improvements in her physical and mental health.
Founded by Registered Dietitian Shwetha Bhatia, who has an established clinical practice of over 15 years, MYF has made strides in the domain of Sports and Clinical Nutrition. With a multidisciplinary approach, , MYF has transformed the lives of over 1,000 clients across India and globally in just three years. Thirty per cent of their active clients hail from the U.S., signifying their global impact.
The brand also boasts a remarkable age spectrum in its clientele, ranging from a 6-month-old baby to a 70-year-old marathon runner. Their services extend to managing complex clinical cases like Type 1 / Type 2 diabetes, cardiac rehabilitation, chronic pancreatitis, kidney disorders, renal failure, and schizophrenia.
On the sports front, MYF has been instrumental in mentoring India’s elite athletes, such as Suryakumar Yadav, Ishan Kishan, Hardik Pandya, and Krunal Pandya. They’re also making strides in women’s cricket, with Indian cricketer Veda Krishnamurthy joining the existing list of high-performing athletes.
Their dedication doesn’t end at direct service provision. Believing in equal opportunities, MYF has sponsored international-level female tennis player, Jennifer Luikham, hailing from the remote Indian region of Manipur.
With a strong presence in Mumbai, Pune, and Goa, their unique, comprehensive approach involves bespoke diet planning, exercise programs, gait assessment, and mental conditioning. Each client is assigned a dedicated team, and the service includes continuous support, regular follow-ups, pre-exercise evaluation by a physiotherapist, and customized workout plans with reference videos.
While the health challenges are manifold, organizations like MYF stand at the forefront of providing scientific and sustainable solutions. Their success stories inspire confidence in their mission and, more importantly, in the lives of those aiming to adopt a healthy and active lifestyle.
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