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Dr. Rudra

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I'm dedicated to providing optimal health care in a relaxed environment where I treat every patients as if they were my own family....more
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Dr. Rudra is a popular Endocrinologist in Gopala Puram, Chennai. You can consult Dr. Rudra at Dr Mohan's Diabetes Specialities Centre in Gopala Puram, Chennai. Don’t wait in a queue, book an instant appointment online with Dr. Rudra on Lybrate.com.

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Age 71 Male Diabtic under control F90 PP130 trembling of arms mainly right arm No parkinson or thyroid problem been under indral but no relief. Any suggestions?

Bachelor of Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery (BAMS), M.D in Ayurveda, Ph.D
Ayurveda, Hyderabad
Being an Ayurvedic super specialist Doctor I can prescribe a wonderful AYURVEDIC medicine.but let me know your blood report HbA1c also. ,send to my email:- drvsrao58@gmail.com.
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My fasting sugar level has come as 113, post fasting 132. I am 52 years, with no medical history. Ideal weight 74 kg & ht 173cn, physically active. Can you suggest some medicine to bring fasting level below 100.

MBBS, CCEBDM, Diploma in Diabetology, Diploma in Clinical Nutrition & Dietetics, Cetificate Course In Thyroid Disorders Management (CCMTD)
Endocrinologist, Hubli-Dharwad
My fasting sugar level has come as 113, post fasting 132. I am 52 years, with no medical history. Ideal weight 74 kg ...
Hello, Thanks for the query. With the glucose level mentioned, there is no need for any medication. Regular exercise and proper diet is all that is enough. Thanks.
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I am 25 year old male and suffering from diabetes pl give me information how I will take my diet and information about control diabetes.

M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Pune
I am 25 year old male and suffering from diabetes pl give me information how I will take my diet and information abou...
To manage diabetes effectively one need a personalised diet plan based on his age, weight, lifestyle, blood sugar levels and other medical conditions if any. General guidelines to manage diabetes are as follows. Do not fast for long. Eat small frequent meals. Consume complex carbohydrates like jowar, bajra, ragi etc. Avoid sugar, jaggery, honey, junk food, cold drinks and alcoholic beverages. Eat a whole fruit instead of fruit juice. Exercise regularly.
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What type of exercises in yoga cures diabetes and how long walk daily useful to get rid of diabetes with the help of homeopathy treatment.

MBBS
General Physician, Jalgaon
What type of exercises in yoga cures diabetes and how long walk daily useful to get rid of diabetes with the help of ...
Please send me your current blood sugar levels reports and current medicine learn yoga for diabetes from video published by patanjali on various platform like youtube etc but I will advice to do all basic yogasanas daily do pranayam daily have a habit of walking daily for 30 minutes to 40 minutes daily take salads more diabetes can be controlled by homeopathic medicine, please consult nearby homeopathic physician in person as detailed information is needed.
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I am 33 year old. I am suffering from diabetes. I came to know about this 2 months ago. In report it came 110/174. Is it normal. Can it be controlled by exercise or diet. Please brief me.

MBBS, MD - General Medicine
Endocrinologist, Faridabad
I am 33 year old. I am suffering from diabetes. I came to know about this 2 months ago. In report it came 110/174. Is...
This if it is first report means you have pre diabetes and with 20% reduction in food intake and daily 30-45 minutes brisk walk it can be controlled for few years but eventually you will require oral drugs after few yrs.
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Can you provide a diet chart for weightless for thyroid people? Which food should b avoided in case of hypothyroidism?

MBBS, CCEBDM, Diploma in Diabetology, Diploma in Clinical Nutrition & Dietetics, Cetificate Course In Thyroid Disorders Management (CCMTD)
Endocrinologist, Hubli-Dharwad
Can you provide a diet chart for weightless for thyroid people? Which food should b avoided in case of hypothyroidism?
There is no special diet for hypothyroidism. Only thing is certain things should be avoided as they affect thyroxine hormone action. So avoid soy beans, soy containing products, cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, radish, mustard and coffee. Plus should use whole grain flour for roti and chapati. Also should consume good deal of green leafy vegetables, salads and fruits. Also should avoid high fat containing milk products, sweetened aerated drinks, highly processed food products. Plus a daily exercise of at least 1 hour is required.
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What are the remedies to be followed for controlling the level of diabetic out of medicine. She is taking medicine daily for the same.

M.Sc - Dietitics / Nutrition
Dietitian/Nutritionist,
What are the remedies to be followed for controlling the level of diabetic out of medicine. She is taking medicine da...
You need to take a diabetic diet. Eat more vegetables and fruits. Eat complex carbohydrate. Eat food frequently. Drink water 4 ltrs. Eat flax seed. Use refined rice bran oil, and sesame oil for cooking. Daily oil intake 15-20 ml. Do exercise 30 min.
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I am 35 and have thyroid since 2006. Have some symptoms since last 3 years. All reports are normal. Can somebody cute my thyroid forever without medication?

MBBS, MD - Internal Medicine
Internal Medicine Specialist, Faridabad
I am 35 and have thyroid since 2006. Have some symptoms since last 3 years. All reports are normal. Can somebody cute...
Take diet in hypothyroidism are as iodine -rich meals, banana, intake at least 8 glass of water in day. Eat more fiber rich foods, coconut oil, green tea, tyrosine -rich foods, low fat milk, avoid soya - products, go for walk daily, do exercises---yoga. This diet plan can reduced over weight also.
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What should be eaten'everyday' to remove diabetes? Please suggest! anything to drink or to eat! _ And also mention what not to eat! My father is a diabetic patient!

DHMS (Diploma in Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery)
Homeopath, Ludhiana
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With proper management of Diet one can control diabetes but cannot remove it altogether. To help manage your diabetes, your meals need to be: • Regular and spread evenly throughout the day • Lower in fat, particularly saturated fat • If you take insulin or diabetes tablets, you may need to have between meal snacks Matching the amount of food you eat with the amount you burn up each day is important. Not putting too much fuel in your body (keeping food intake to moderate serves) is vital to getting the right balance. Along with healthy eating, regular physical activity can help you to manage your blood glucose levels, reduce your blood fats (cholesterol and triglycerides) and maintain a healthy weight. . It is important to recognise that one diet does not fit everyone with diabetes. So my slogan for all diabetics is 'One Diet does Not Fit All'. So every individual diabetic should consult a dietician to plan a way according to individual body,tastes and requirements.Only then can you control your blood sugar levels. Fat Fats have the highest energy (kilocalorie) content of all foods. Eating too much fat can make you put on weight, which may make it more difficult to manage blood glucose levels. While it is important to try and reduce fat in your diet, especially if you are trying to lose weight, some fat is good for health. Saturated fat It is important to limit saturated fat because it raises your LDL (‘bad’) cholesterol levels. Saturated fat is found in animal foods like fatty meat, milk, butter and cheese. Vegetable fats that are saturated include palm oil (found in solid cooking fats, snack foods or convenience foods) and coconut products such as copha, coconut milk or cream. To reduce saturated fat: • Choose reduced or low-fat milk, yoghurt, ice-cream and custard • Choose lean meat and trim any fat off before cooking • Remove the skin from chicken (where possible, before cooking) • Avoid using butter, cream, sour cream, coconut milk, coconut cream and hard cooking margarines • Limit the amount of cheese you eat and try reduced-fat and low-fat varieties • Limit pastries, cakes, puddings, chocolate and cream biscuits to special occasions • Limit pre-packaged biscuits, packet snacks, cakes, frozen and convenience meals • Limit the use of processed deli meats ( chicken loaf, salami etc) and sausages • Avoid fried takeaway foods such as chips, fried chicken and battered fish and choose BBQ chicken (without the skin) and grilled fish instead • Avoid pies, sausage rolls and pastries • Rather than creamy sauces or dressings, choose those that are based on tomato, soy or other low fat ingredients. As some tomato and soy sauces can be high in salt, choose low-salt varieties or make them yourself without any added salt. • Limit creamy style soups. Polyunsaturated & monounsaturated fats Eating small amounts of polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fats can help ensure you get the essential fatty acids and vitamins your body needs. Polyunsaturated fats include: • Polyunsaturated margarines (check the label for the word ‘polyunsaturated’) • Sunflower, safflower, soybean, corn, cottonseed, grapeseed and sesame oils • The fat found in oily fish such as herring, mackerel, sardine, salmon and tuna. Monounsaturated fats include: • Canola® and olive oils • Some margarines • Avocado. Seeds, nuts, nut spreads and peanut oil contain a combination of polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fat. Ideas for enjoying healthy fats • Stir-fry meat and vegetables in a little canola® oil (or oil spray) with garlic or chilli • Dress a salad or steamed vegetables with a little olive oil and lemon juice or vinegar • Sprinkle sesame seeds on steamed vegetables • Use linseed bread and spread a little canola margarine • Snack on a handful of unsalted nuts, or add some to a stir-fry or salad • Spread avocado on sandwiches and toast, or add to a salad • Eat more fish (at least three times a week) because it contains a special type of fat (omega-3) that is good for your heart. • Do more dry roasting, grilling, microwaving and stir-frying in a non-stick pan • Avoid deep fried, battered and crumbed foods Carbohydrate I recommend to eat a moderate amount of carbohydrates for all Diabetics means, on a plate, approx, 1/4 of the plate should be carbohydrate foods. Carbohydrate foods are the best energy source for your body. When they are digested they break down to form glucose in the bloodstream. Insulin takes the glucose out of the blood and deposits it into the muscles, liver and other cells in the body where it is used to provide energy. A regular carbohydrate intake is required to provide our body and brain with instant energy. Most foods contain carbohydrate and also provide us with fibre, vitamins and minerals. Very low carbohydrate diets are not recommended for people with diabetes. If you eat regular meals and spread your carbohydrate foods evenly throughout the day, you will help maintain your energy levels without causing large rises in your blood glucose levels. If you take insulin or diabetes tablets, you may need to have between meal snacks. Discuss this with your doctor or dietician. All carbohydrate foods are digested to produce glucose but they do so at different rates – some slow, some fast. The glycemic index or GI is a way of describing how a carbohydrate containing food affects blood glucose levels. The type of carbohydrate you eat is very important as some can cause higher blood glucose after eating. The best combination is to eat moderate amounts of carbohydrate and include high fibre foods that also have a low GI. Sugar A healthy eating plan for diabetes can include some sugar. However, it is important to consider the nutritional value of the foods you eat. In general, foods with added sugars should be consumed sparingly (manufacturers sometimes use fruit juice or other sources of sugar to avoid using table sugar). In particular, high energy foods such as sweets, lollies and standard soft drinks should not be consumed on a regular basis. Some sugar may also be used in cooking and many recipes can be modified to use less than the amount stated or substituted with an alternative sweetener. Select recipes that are low in fat (particularly saturated fat) and contain some fibre. Alternative sweeteners The use of intense sweeteners by people with diabetes is preferable to use of natural sugars. Protein Choose protein foods that are also low in fat. This will help to reduce the amount of saturated fat you eat. Protein foods include lean meat, poultry without the skin, seafood, eggs (not fried), unsalted nuts, soy products such as tofu and pulses (dried beans and lentils). Herbs, condiments & drinks You can use these following foods nd add flavour and variety to your meals. • Herbs, spices, garlic, chilli, lemon juice, vinegar and other seasonings. • Products labelled ‘low calorie’ (e.g. low calorie/diet soft drinks, low calorie jelly). • Tea, coffee, herbal tea, water, soda water, plain mineral water. • Limit your alcohol intake if you choose to drink
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I am 46 years old male n m a diabetic patient type 2 n taking gluconorm g2 forte n now hav been diagnosed wit lungs tb n taking tab akurit 4 n tab benadon 40 mg, so my question is will I b able to take ime-9 tab along wit diabetic medicine n tb medicine.

MBBS, DNB (Respiratory Diseases)
Pulmonologist, Mumbai
I am 46 years old male n m a diabetic patient type 2 n taking gluconorm g2 forte n now hav been diagnosed wit lungs t...
Hi lybrate-user ime-9 is a costly supplement with unproven benefits. If you can afford to put in money on such supplement without getting an assured benefit please go ahead but consult a doctor whether these tablets have a side effect on liver. I am a TB expert but don't know anything about ayurveda, I will not recommend it to anyone under any circumstances. Regards.
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