We are on the verge of creating history on 1st July with the maximum number of Glucose Tolerance Test (GTT) conducted in a day. We will conduct real time GTT on 500+ type II diabetes patients who have undergone treatment at Madhavbaug. The event will take place at 12 different locations across India namely: Borivali, Thane, Kalyan in Mumbai, Nashik, Aurangabad, Kolhapur, Solapur, Nagpur, Amravati, Chandrapur, Pune, and Nigdi on the 1st of July, 2018 at 9am. Upon the successful completion of this event, we would be inducted into the Indian Book of Records for performing maximum GTTs at a given time.
Founded in 2006 with a view to reduce lifestyle disorders, Madhavbaug has treated 2 lakh+ patients in over 150 clinics and 2 hospitals spread across India. All this wouldn’t have been possible without our team of 200+ talented doctors, who strive hard every day to change the lives of our beloved patients. Our strong network of doctors and clinics has made it possible to provide affordable non- invasive treatments to people across India. Madhavbaug’s treatment protocol is based on our Panchasutri method which is a holistic approach for reversing lifestyle disorders. The Panchasutri includes a systematic amalgamation of lifestyle modifications, scientifically formulated diet, ayurvedic medications, Panchakarma and expert doctor’s guidance. This 360 degree approach makes it possible to prevent and reverse heart disease, diabetes and related lifestyle disorders in a completely natural way that is free from side effects.
India Book Of Records Attempt
Madhavbaug will attempt to register its name in India Book of records by testing 500+ type II diabetes patients whose medicines have been reduced/stopped after Madhavbaug’s treatment. These patients will undergo oral GTTs at our selected centers, where their diabetes will be considered as reversed if their blood glucose level comes below 140 mg/dL after 2 hrs.
This Mega Event is the biggest type II diabetes reversal event in Indian history and will therefore become an India Record after successful completion on 1st July. This event is yet another sign of the commitment of the entire Madhavbaug team of doctors and administration staff and it only inspires us to achieve more in terms of improving people’s lifestyles.
Staying true to our vision of reducing mortality and morbidity, this event is a small step towards achieving our larger goals, with a view of doing greater things in the near future. Our founder Dr Rohit Sane shares his views – “It is a privilege to serve the country and have a positive impact on so many people’s lives. I am grateful that I have received the opportunity to do so with Madhavbaug and I wish us the best in achieving such records and accolades through improving the health of millions of Indians.”