The mission of the KALP HEALTHCARE is to promote diabetes care, prevention and a cure nationwide.
India is the "Diabetes Capital" of the world and it is estimated that around 100 million Indians will be having this disabling condition by 2030. If you or someone in your family is a diabetic, it is very important to regularly monitor and prevent or effectively manage the complications that may result from the condition.
KALP HAS TAKEN AN INITIATIVE to increase public awareness and encourage health improvement, promotes the exchange of high-quality information about diabetes, and provide education for people with diabetes and their healthcare providers.
We are certified diabetes educator under WDF (world diabetes federation).
Our strategic goals are to
- Drive change at all levels, from local to global, to prevent diabetes and increase physical activity.
- Develop and encourage best practice in diabetes policy, management and education.
- Advance diabetes education, prevention and cure through scientific research.
- Advance and protect the rights of people with diabetes, and combat discrimination.
WE HELP YOU WITH
Our combined efforts will prove that the diabetes community stands united to improve the lives of people affected by diabetes.
- Lifestyle Changes
- Weight Loss
- Physical Activity
- Stress and Depression
- Sleeping patterns
We at KALP ensure that regular follow up / monitoring of your blood sugar levels reduces complications.
- Diabetes only affects old people:-
FALSE! Diabetes affects all age groups.
- Diabetes is not a killer disease:-
FALSE! Diabetes is a global killer, rivaling HIV/AIDS in its deadly reach. The disease kills more than 4 million people a year. Every 7 seconds a person dies from diabetes-related causes.
- Diabetes predominantly affects men:-
FALSE! Diabetes affects both men and women, and is rising among women. It is also increasing dramatically among youth and threatening to decimate indigenous populations.
- Diabetes cannot be prevented:-
FALSE! Up to 80% of type 2 diabetes is preventable by changing diet, increasing physical activity and improving the living environment.
- Diabetes only affects rich countries:-
FALSE! Diabetes hits all populations, regardless of income. It is becoming increasingly common everywhere.
- Diabetes care is not costly:-
FALSE! Diabetes care is costly and has the potential to cripple any healthcare system.
- Diabetes prevention is too expensive:-
FALSE! Many inexpensive and cost-effective interventions exist. Proven strategies for improving the living environment, changing diet and increasing physical activity can reverse the pandemic.