About: Sepalika Editorial

Our team does extensive research on every topic published on the website. The team has several decades of experience in health care and uses this to sift through the available research and bring you the most authentic, usable information.

Posts by Sepalika Editorial:

  • 8 Foods to Avoid When Constipated, 24 Jul 2018 in Constipation

    The main cause of your constipation problem or feeling constipated can be right on your dinner plate. Unfortunately, most of the foods on a typical American plate can lead to constipation. Obviously, a balanced diet is what can keep your bowel in great health. Fiber is one of the most reliable nutrients that can keep […]

  • Home Remedies For Acid Reflux During Pregnancy, 12 Sep 2017 in Acid Reflux & Home Remedies for Acid Reflux

    Many women experience acid reflux during pregnancy, perhaps for the first time in their lives. It is estimated that acid reflux occurs in 30-50% of all pregnancies. Let’s find out the causes of and home remedies for acid reflux during pregnancy. Why is Acid Reflux Common During Pregnancy? During pregnancy, levels of a hormone called […]

  • Obesity And Its Collateral Damage To Chronic Illness, 05 Jun 2017 in Living Well

    If you weigh more than 20% of what your ideal weight should be, you are considered obese.

  • Don’t Let These 4 Diabetes Myths Interfere With Your Lifestyle, 18 May 2017 in Living With Type 2 & Type 2 Diabetes

    There are lot of myths, which can make things stressful for patients unnecessarily. Let’s look at some common diabetes myths

  • What’s The Connection Between Diabetes And Neuropathy?, 18 May 2017 in Complications & Type 2 Diabetes

    An estimated 60 to 70 percent of people with diabetes are likely to develop some form of diabetic neuropathy. These estimates are made by the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases. Neuropathy is a damage to the nerves caused by chronic high blood sugar and diabetes. Our body uses nerves for transmission of messages between the […]

  • What’s The Difference Between Type 1 And Type 2 Diabetes?, 15 May 2017 in Basics & Type 2 Diabetes

    Do you really know the key difference between Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes?

  • Not available outside India, 16 Nov 2016 in nocategory

    Thank You For Taking The Test We are very sorry that we are unable to include you in the PCOD Programme at this time. Currently, our program is open only to women living in India. As soon as we open up our International program, we will connect with you. The Sepalika PCOD program is currently able […]

  • Eligibility Results, 12 Nov 2016 in nocategory

    Thank You for Taking the Test. Your results show you do have Symptoms of PCOD But the Good News: PCOD is COMPLETELY treatable.  Ask us at Sepalika. We are India’s Premier Online PCOD Clinic. We have treated Hundreds of PCOD patients successfully. Some women have even gone on to conceive! Sepalika works differently. Not like your […]