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Sir I want to ask can a diabetic patient eat egg chicken, milk and how time can a patient eat rice in a day and at what portion. What types of fruits can diabetic patient eat. What portion of carbohydrate can be eaten. please ans for precautionary measure. Thanks.
My age is 37, Weight 60 kg. I have thyroid 100. Total cholesterol 315. Bad 169. Good 60. trigger 150. Doctor prescribed 100 mg thyronorm. Rosove f 10. Now control thyroid normal. Cholesterol 150. Good 60. Bad 130. Tryger 130. Why weight loss. Also taken vestiges supplement flexed oil vestiges calcium. Always regular morning and evening walking 1 hour. Can I stop medicines. Please advise. Can I take thyronorm 100 mg reduce 50 mg.
In 1st november 2017, my random blood sugar was 347 and next day on 2nd november 2017 fasting sugar was 285. I consulted with physician. He gave me reclide xr60 mg half dose only once in the morning. And after 6 days sugar 2 hour after meals was 139. Then he gave me metformin 1000 mg for 10 days and after 10 days my sugar was 111 (PP). He asked to continue with same dose but I myself took only 500 mg once in a day and after 10 days it was 110 (PP. Then I decide to quit medicine and after 6 days of quitting medicine. It was 140 (PP) .and after next 6 days it came down by 100 (PP. And since then it remains between 100-105 only after 2 hour of meals. Kindly tell me would I be consider diabetic? There is no history of blood sugar in my entire family. Currently I am not taking any medicine and my PP sugar remains 100-105 only.
My tsh is 15 and I am mild anemic. Recently I have developed skin allergy. Also stomach bloating since last couple of years. Please advice
Hello. My Fasting sugar is 200 and After Eating sugar is 400. I do not want to take medicine. I am ready for Diet Change and Morning Walking. Kindly Help me and Guide me.
You pass by that cake shop and happen to glance at a sumptuous chocolate cake, and then realization dawns on you that you are not allowed to eat simple sugar. Why? The answer to it is diabetes, for which you only have your pancreas to blame. Situated behind the stomach in your body, the pancreas is an organ whose role is to produce hormones and enzymes that aid in the digestive process. One of the hormones that the pancreas produces is insulin which is required by the body to metabolize sugar that is present in various foods.
So, if your pancreas does not produce the required amount of insulin or fails to utilize insulin effectively, it leads to accumulation of glucose in your blood. The improper functioning of the pancreas leads to diabetes. There are four types of diabetes and they are classified with respect to the manner in which the pancreas mal-functions:
- Type 1 Diabetes: In this type, the immune system of the body wrongly attacks the insulin producing beta cells of the pancreas. This impairs the ability of the pancreas to secrete insulin, thus leading to Type 1 diabetes. However, even after extensive research in this field, the exact triggers haven’t been found yet.
- Type 2 Diabetes: Type 2 Diabetes develops when the body becomes resistant to insulin. It can either mean that the pancreas is producing less than normal insulin or the body is not being able to utilize the produced insulin effectively. Factors such as a poor diet and lack of exercise increase the risks of Type 2 Diabetes.
- Pre-diabetes: Pre-diabetes is a condition wherein the blood sugar levels are higher than normal, but not high enough to be considered as ‘diabetes’. It can again occur due to a reduced secretion of insulin or the inability of the body to utilize the insulin effectively.
- Gestational Diabetes: This type of diabetes can develop only during pregnancy. This occurs primarily as the placenta, that connects the fetus with the body’s blood supply, produces hormones that impair the functioning of insulin. This type of diabetes can affect both the mother and the child.
Another common link
Pancreatitis is a condition that is marked by an inflammation of the pancreatic cells. This inflammation can damage the beta cells that produce insulin, thus resulting in diabetes. Factors that contribute to it are a poor diet, lack of exercise, presence of excessive calcium in the blood or excessive alcohol consumption.
How can you avoid the same?
It is best that you incorporate lifestyle changes if you have any of these disorders, and talk to your doctor about a treatment plan. Making a few simple lifestyle changes such as eating healthy, avoiding smoking and exercising on a regular basis can reduce the chances of you suffering from both diabetes and any other pancreatic problems.