A diet that can prevent diabetic people from the dangerous effects of the disease is called a diabetic diet. This diet is low in sugar and carbohydrates, and high in fibers. Diabetic people are encouraged to eat frequent small meals to prevent blood sugar levels from dropping to dangerous levels.
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Please suggest a non-vegetarian diet plan for diabetes.
Query: Hello doctor, I am a 37 year old female. I am on diabetic medication since two years. I have attached my reports. Two months ago, my blood sugars were 149 FBS and 154 PPBS. The doctor had prescribed Istamet 50/500 (1-0-1), Gliclapack 30 mg (1-0-0), and Benipack 4 mg (1-0-1). Last week, the sugars w... Read Full »
Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. The diet plan for you is as follows: Early morning: green tea or black tea. After 10 minutes: three to four soaked almonds and walnuts. Breakfast: one glass of skimmed milk and three idlis with sambhar (avoid coconut chutney) or khandvi or besan chela or moong da... Read Full »
Can you please suggest a diet chart for a patient with diabetes?
Query: Hello doctor, Can you please suggest a diet chart for a diabetic patient? Thank you. Read Full »
Answer: Hello, Welcome back to icliniq.com. Thank you for your query. I reviewed your query. This is a one-week diet chart for diabetic patients. Morning: Two to three almonds, walnuts, and dates. Breakfast: Green tea and sprouts. Mix moong dal (lentils), matki (legumes), onion, carrot, tomato, capsi... Read Full »