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since 2000 I am a sugar patient I am taking insulin but my glucose level is fasting 150 and pp not less than 250 what I do please advice me.
I am 60 years old man, taking insulin 24 units per day and diabetrol sr 2 tablets in a day. Having sugar level at 110 on random testing. Using insulin and tablet for more than 4 years now. Please suggest should I continue the same medicine or to change.
My mother is of age 35 and she is suffering from diabetes she is avoiding all the things that contain sugar but still her sugar level is high she has become very weak. Please help me.
Can dates be consumed safely be diabetic person? And if yes what is the quantity and for how many days in each week?
My mother is 40 year old she have sugar problem and. Recently in ultrasonic she. Have tumor.in uterus doctor said we have to do uterus removal operation for that but in normal sugar . So my question is can. Operation be done using insulin or we have go through laser treatment where d treatment is good for this in varanasi.
My wife is known diabetic.Last year one big carbonkull came on her right side of the private parts.She has sufferred lot then and it has been removed by surgery by doctors.Now very same carbonkull is starting to come on the left side of the private parts.She is worriying because of pain.What to do ? Shall i consult which Dr for this.Is there no permanant solution? kindly give us expert openion in this matter and guide us properly.
I am a 54 years old male working as a clerk with bsnl. My parents are diabetic and takes insulin two times a day. I am regularly walking for an hour not taking any sweets and taking zoryil m1 11/2 tab morning and 1 tab at night. But still my fasting sugar is 242 today how can I control my sugar level I am not having bp or cholestrol. I am 6.1" tall and my weight 90kg.
I am 21 years old, and my mother is suffering from diabetes, can you please tell me the home remedy to control her diabetes?
Respected doctor, my blood sugar 154 fasting and 203 post lunch, hba1c 7.1 three months back, then I control diet, without taking direct sugar, and regularly walked, now my sugar is 114 fasting, 137 post lunch, and hba1c 6.5, I am not taking diabetics drug, I m taking nebigard 2.5, thyroxin 50, ecospin 75. Please advise me for further action. My pressure, cholesterol and thyroid are in normal range.
Madam I am diabetic from last 10 years now I am 30 years old I am insulin dependent. During the day my sugar levels are almost good. But my fasting sugar levels are so much raised. My diet does not have any irregular item I eat as my diet plan but I don't know why sugar levels are raising. Please advise me what to do.
I am a 37 years old woman having two son of age 10 and 2 years old. doctors told me thyroid problem. Latest report is TT3 1.19 TT4 9.03 TSH 5.20. PLEASE TELL ME I HAVE HYPER OR HYPOTHYROID AND SUGGEST ME DIET AND medicine FOR THE PROBLEM.
I am 46 old female having hypothyroidism. I was on 75 mcg thyronorm andtah t3 t4 were normal. Recently after 4 months when I tested again my tsh was above normal range (2to 5) it was 10.4 should I continue wid same medicine or should I take 100 mcg of thyronorm.
I had diabetes now under control And I have 0 figure Please suggest me to improve weight loss 4 kg but now stable.
How significant is raised tsh level when t3, t4 are normal. What further investigations are required. Does it need treatment if it is around 12.
How to prevent Diabetes?
Hello everyone. I am Kanchan Patwardhan, clinical dietician and nutritionist, working in this field for the last 22 years. Today, we are going to speak about diabetes, you know diabetes is a very serious issue and india is becoming a diabetic capital. Every second person is diabetic or suspected to diabetic. So, don’t ignore your problems.
Actually, we can easily monitor our diabetes by diet and lifestyle. See, first you need to understand your body, if your body is going to give you signs and signals, so you can detect your problems very easily. if a diabetic person is having polyurea, polypagia, polydypsi, these kind of symptoms if anyone is having, please go and check your diabetes level and there is a HbA1c which is called Glycocelated Hemoglobin which is actually three months average glucose what you get through HbA1c. So you must do that test to know about your blood sugar level. Why is it necessary to control your blood sugar level? Because if you have high blood sugar, it is very dangerous, it will affect your kidneys, heart, and eyes. So please control your diabetes at a young age and stage.
So, if you are a diabetic or if you are suspected to diabetes, then also prevention is necessary for both of you. So, how can you prevent diabetes? First thing, regular exercises are the key. Second thing, you need to control your diet, you need to have good nutritious balanced diet and you should include good fibre in your diet to control your diabetes. You should include good quality proteins in your diet, not necessary animal proteins, but plant proteins you must consume. You need to include anti-oxidants because when you are having diabetes, your arteries are getting hard and if your arteries are hard then you will have coronary problems so it’s better to include citrus fruits to control diabetes and prevent elasticity of the arteries. Second thing, you must consume antioxidants in your diet. Anti-oxidants can be consumed from fruits such as amla, which is a good source of anti-oxidant. You can also have guava and mostly all fruits are good sources of anti-oxidants. So you should include anti-oxidants, you should eat two-three servings of fruits and vegetables in diabetes.
There are many people that say that you should not include fruits during diabetes. No, it is not correct. Why? Fruits have multiple benefits. It has anti-oxidants, it has vitamins, it has minerals and best is that it has fibers and generally the glycemic index of fruits is very low, so if the glycemic index is low, the sugar level will grow gradually, it will not go randomly. It will go steadily, it will not spike it. So, please consume fruits but if you are going to consume mangoes, then definitely you can have one mango in a day not much but you must include some or other fruits in your diet. Second thing, you should consume pulses in your diet, because pulses are very good sources of proteins, and complex carbohydrates. So, when you are eating pulses, your glycemic index will become low and definitely you will be able to manage your diabetes.
Diabetic person should consume very small meals, means every two-three hours depending on your hunger you must eat. You should drink plenty of water, and last but not the least, avoid fried items, avoid junk, avoid achaar, papad because it will not give you any nutrients and harm your body.
So, if you still want to achieve you target sugar levels and you want to achieve your weight with it, please contact Kanchan’s House of Health and Nutrition for it. Keep watching my videos. Thank you very much.
A diabetic patient can have:
Early morning: fresh coconut water / lemon water
- Egg / porridge / sprouts / stuffed chapatti + curd
- Besan cheela / jowar / bajra
- A glass of milk
Mid morning: fruit (no salt)
Lunch: salad (no salt) 2 multi grain chapatti, dal, seasonal vegetable
Evening: tea / coffee / green tea
- 5 - 7 almonds / roasted chana
Pre dinner: fruit (no salt)
Dinner: salad (no salt)
- 2 multi grain chapatti
- Seasonal vegetable
- Bed time: milk + haldi
Food to have:
- Single toned milk its products - 500 ml / day
- Multigrain atta - (7kg wheat atta + 2kg black chana atta + 1 kg wheat bran)
- Prefer mustard oil as a medium for cooking around 3 - 4tsp / day
- Have 2 - 3 servings of fruits at least in a day
- Restrict salt intake to about 3 grams / day
Food to avoid:
- Deep fried foods
- Junk foods
- Full cream milk, cream, butter, ghee
- Processed cheese, khoa
- Sugar, sugar free, jam, honey, gur
- Sweets, mithai, puddings, cakes, pastries, chocolates, ice cream etc
- Cold drinks, rasna, roohafza, tang, sherbet etc
- Bournvita, horlicks, boost etc
- Cornflakes, tomato ketchup -
- Maida and its products including bread
- Biscuits, chips, kurkure, namkeen, bhujia, rusk etc
- Packaged food products e. G. Packaged juices, packet soups, ketchup etc
- Different sauces like soya sauce, chilli sauce etc
- Achar, chutney, papad and other accompaniments
- Vegetables like aloo, arbi, yam, zimikand etc
- Starchy foods like sago, makhana etc