Diet Chart For Diabetes And High Blood Pressure Patient In Hindi

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1. Foods to Eat in High Blood Pressure 2. Potatoes for High Blood Pressure • Potatoes are high in both potassium and magnesium, two minerals that can help to lower your blood pressure. They are also high in fiber, which is necessary for an overall healthy diet. Enjoy a baked potato as the centerpiece of your dinner. www.herbaldaily.in 3. Beets for High Blood Pressure • Researchers found that patients with high blood pressure saw significant improvements in blood pressure from drinking beetroot juice. You can juice your own beets or simply cook and eat the whole root. www.herbaldaily.in 4. Skim Milk for High Blood Pressure The DASH diet recommends increasing the amount of calcium-rich foods that you eat. Skim milk is an excellent source of calcium and is low in fat, another important element of a diet for lowering blood pressure. www.herbaldaily.in 5. Oatmeal for High Blood Pressure • High-fiber, low-fat, and low-sodium foods are just what you want for lowering your blood pressure, and oatmeal fits the bill. Oatmeal for your breakfast is a great way to charge up for the day. www.herbaldaily.in 6. Bananas for High Blood Pressure • Bananas are a great way to add potassium to y Continue reading >>

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  1. billymild

    How long can food affect BG number?

    I am wondering this question because for the most part my blood sugar is under control. But yesterday I ate all day all kinds of stuff some things were fatty others had some protein. A lot of carbs for one day, but my blood sugar for the most part was good under 140 all day except for after dinner, which was a lot of fat. Beef and potatoes, gravy, among other things. My blood sugar was 211 2 hours after. Then I took about 2.5 units of insulin and I checked a few hours later and it was 250. So I took 5 units. 2 hours later it was 104. I went to bed around 11 PM. This morning at 10:00 am. My blood sugar was 135. 2 hours after eating it was 208. I took the right of insulin to carbs also. I eat the same amount of cereal everyday. Could the food from sunday still be affecting me this morning? I am starting to notice this happening more often then it used to. I guess I am finally done honeymooning. Does anyone have some simple ideas.

  2. Deannakay

    The carbier fatter and heavier the protein the longer its likely to linger and affect your blood sugar often with delayed results. We had a slightly late picnic lunch (Easter) the meal it self wasn't too diabetic awful grilled skinless chicken, sqash and a fruit salad with coolwhip and sugar free jello flavoring. I did though also have a slice of some chocolate cake.. My pre number 2 hour number were decent at 2 hours I was at 170 I little high but nothign horrible... but when I checked at 5 hours (pre dinner) I was at 192 took a correction (1 unit) waited 1 hour 191.. I did eventually start to drop I even had dinner got in some excerise my base insulin and down to 117 before turning into bed. 133 7am this morning. 144 after breakfast (3/4 cup cereal low fat milk and 1 cup coffee with cream). currently at 107.
    I avoid eatting past 7pm even carb free stuff as it really affects my morning numbers.

  3. Stump86

    In addition to what Deanna said, the later you eat the longer the effects will last. While you sleep your digestion slows and eating lots of food, or lots of food which slows digestion can leave you high or fighting highs for several hours after you wake.

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