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Diabetes Food Chart In Tamil

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  1. LoveSweets

    A1C is 6.4......now what?

    So, FINALLY I talk with the nurse at the doctor's office today who tells me that the doctor said I am slightly diabetic. Hmmm.....is there such a thing? Anyway, I ask for a number because I knew that would mean something to you folks here. My A1C is 6.4. I have an appointment to go in and talk with the doctor next week. Meanwhile i was cautioned to lower my carb intake.
    What sorts of questions should I ask?
    Is is feasible that I could manage this with exercise and diet so that I don't have to go on medication?
    So my plan is to continue watching my carbs til the appointment. I will also ask for a referral to a nutritionist or some sort of thing like that. I am so much better off when I HEAR something, as opposed to reading it. All this internet reading has just sort of confused me.
    I absolutely need to take this seriously. I do not want to end up like my uncle who had some sort of surgery by died because of some complications that his diabetes had caused.
    I will not be like my mother who continues to be in denial about the damage her smoking has caused, despite the fact that she had her bladder removed because of cancer, has had carotid artery surgery, as well as major vascular bypass surgery and emphysema.....she still has her head in the sand and refuses to believe the smoking caused it.
    I wan to learn. I want to be informed and know what I can do so that I can head off problems in the future. I have seen first hand how "successful" denial is.
    So......fire away.....let me know what numbers I should get from the doctor. What should I ask her.
    Thanks so much. It is such a comfort to have this community.

  2. User2013

    There is no such thing as slightly diabetic however I would say you are a new diabetic meaning you just found out. Good advice to lower carb intake. Also portion control which means you need to know what serving sizes are. A little book called Calorie King, web site is www.calorieking.com, has thousands of food listings with carbs and serving sizes, also a resturant guide and fast food. Helpful little book.
    Take some small steps with this, lowering carbs, type of carbs and serving sizes. Find some type of exercise, walking is great. Test 1 and 2 hours after eating for about a week to see what foods spike you up and what is acceptable. Keep a log of your numbers and what you ate and you will soon see a pattern. That's enough to get you started and I am sure more folks will come along with much more but be careful about information overload and becomming overwhelmed.
    As for your mom, my 63 year old sister died this morning from lung cancer. Had only found out 3 months ago because she choose to ignore the warning signs of being in trouble from smoking. Let me tell you, these last 3 months have been a living hell. She is now finely in peace. We all make our own choices, some are not real good and some we learn from.

  3. jwags

    The first thing you need to get is a bg meter. If you have good insurance, get an Rx for one. Otherwise find one at Walmart or online that has cheap strips. You then will want to test when you wake up and before and 2 hours after meals. Ideally you want to be close to 100 or below when you wake up. After meals no higher than 120-140, preferably lower. If you have high morning bgs but after meal bgs are OK I would talk to the doctor about metformin. It works in the liver to control those high morning bgs. A lot of us have found that Low Carb diets work best with pre D's and early diabetics to get numbers down quickly. Unfortunately the medical community will not tell you that Low Carb works. Most dieticians will give out a higher carb diet and tell you it is still ok to eat lots of processed carbs. For most of us eating carbs means a bg spike. If you can find how much your pancreas can tolerate at one meal , then you can contol bgs and lower HbA1c. Also if you are not currently exercising start. In the beginning 30 minutes a day should be fine, but gradually work it up to an hour or so.

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  1. BLANKTIES

    So sorry to hear of your experience. Sadly, it sounds like you have a bit more information about PCOS than your doctor. Hate to echo all the previous comments to change doctors, however that might be the best option. I'd humbly suggest, and agree with those who also think, it may be time for a **Reproductive Endocrinologist.**
    I backed into my PCOS diagnosis after having children; my OB-GYN put me on Clomid simply because I didn't ovulate regularly. And two cycles in, we conceived twins. It was only after the children were a few years old -- and 150+ pounds later -- that an Ann Landers/Dear Abby column my mother read connected the dots between my various symptoms to lead to PCOS. My OB, when presented with the option, totally agreed. She put me on oral contraceptives (to regulate hormones) and spironolactone (a diuretic to help flush excess testosterone from my system).
    It wasn't long after that we prepared to move to a military installation and my OB, who was trained by the military, suggested that once I was there, I seek out a "reproductive endocrinologist." I'd never heard the term before, but followed her advice. While sitting in that waiting room, I think I was part of a very small percentage of patients not already or actively trying to become pregnant.
    And yes, this doctor -- who in 2001 had already published articles on PCOS -- pretty immediately added metformin to the other meds I was already using. He did explain that it was an "off-label" use for it, however it was the beginning of cutting edge treatment for PCOS at the time. (With the 150+ pound weight gain, it was pretty evident I was also insulin-resistant; cell walls not allowing nutrients to pass through --> starving cells send out messages for hunger/needing nutrients --> repeat cycle)
    In discussing the medication change, I recall asking whether I'd continue to take the metformin IF my husband and I hoped to become pregnant again. His response sort of floored me -- so this is very much a paraphrase: In the past, we had pregnant women stop it. However, Yes, we're beginning to think it's important for the body to maintain the benefits of the metformin throughout the pregnancy. And we're likely to have fewer miscarriages then...
    (The miscarriage part floored me, because I'd had one AFTER the first pregnancy triggered the dormant aspects of PCOS and kicked them to the new level that included the insulin resistance. Suddenly my miscarriage was no longer an "act of God" but a failure of my body to create a conducive environment for a developing child. So, I grieved even more 5 years after the fact than I had at the time of the actual miscarriage itself.)
    About this same time, PCOS was a featured cover story in my husband's JAPA (Journal of Association of Physician Assistants) magazine. I read it, understood about 2/3 of it, and greatly appreciated it was a syndrome finally getting more attention. At that time, the cycle was understood -- yet it was still attempting to determine the actual starting point. (i.e. the chicken and egg scenario).
    A few years later, I dropped the oral contraceptive on my own (probably a mistake) and was so giddy about menstruating on a regular cycle *without* it, that I literally called my husband at work with the news. And yes, that was because of the metformin. I remained regular thereafter and, I hate to admit, felt more like "a real woman" again....
    More recently (and several moves later), I sought out the help of a reproductive endocrinologist again. While I'm past child-bearing (i.e. hysterectomy), I likely will be on metformin for the rest of my life. A fact pretty much confirmed at a very recent diabetes education consultation. I explained that a frustration for me was even if I lost 150+ pounds, was that I'd likely always be on the metformin and spironolactone *because of the PCOS* for the rest of my life. They agreed...
    Don't give up hope. There ARE other pathways out there. You'll ultimately find the one for the two of you. And yes, life's too short to continue working with a medical provider that a) doesn't listen to you and/or b) doesn't explain their decisions. Best Wishes!

  2. MOMTOGIRLS

    I totally understand the frustrating road of IF and PCOS! You want to get going and the tests take time (and $), which is a pain. But... the Dr. it being realistically thorough. Going through various levels of treatment only to find that your spouse has issues or you have complicating factors would be beyond frustrating - infact everyone here would be telling you to find a new Dr. because they should have tested you, etc. :)
    The tests cost money out of pocket, but you can't get proper treatment without them having a full picture of both of you.
    Did the Dr. say Metformin was not at all in your future?


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  3. BELROSA

    Whilst Metformin should be the primary allopathic drug of choice in treating Metformin, as supported by all the studies to date and it is ridiculous that the US has not approved it for use in PCOS, there are other options.
    There are plenty of natural supplements that have either a similar action to Metformin, or have been proven in clinical trials to be as effective.
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    They are generally cheaper than pharmaceutical medicines, with less side effects if taken appropriately.
    As Nyxwolfwalker said and SweetSunshine reiterated more eloquently ... not all women with PCOS have clinically present Insulin Resistance to warrant treatment with Metformin. Insulin levels can be kept in check in some instances through strict dietary and exercise changes. I would reiterate PTPHELAN's point to ensure that you do get a good workup prior to going on Metformin. As SweetSunshine said, you need to know for certain that you have a high fasting insulin level. Not glucose, but insulin. The euglycaemic clamp test is the most effective, but it's invasive, must be done in a hospital and very few practitioners will agree to do it. Ron Rosedale, Chief Medial Officer of Advanced Metabolic Laboratories I think does them, but he is in Denver Colorado.
    You may have more success locally getting a frequently sampled IV glucose tolerance test performed. It generally believed to provide comparable accuracy to a euglycaemic clamp.
    The other factor to take into consideration in whether or not Metformin will be beneficial to you or not, is the amount and type of carbohydrates you consume. From speaking with many women with PCOS (and having had a negative reaction to Metformin myself) I have come up with a hypothesis that Metformin is not helpful and may actually be detrimental to women who closely control their carbohydrate intake, eat a large percentage of fresh, unprocessed, low GI food and exercise regularly - at least once and even multiple times per day.
    Anyway, to end this long ramble, because it's nearly 3 am ... make sure that you have your insulin levels tested on fasting and as part of a glucose tolerance test of some description. Many GTTs only test for glucose. With PCOS it is imperative that they also check insulin levels at each interval.
    Did anyone mention how important appropriate amounts of sleep is in the treatment of PCOS? I truly need my head read ;) Good night.
    Edited by: BELROSA at: 5/31/2009 (12:54)
    I have a website with loads of PCOS info www.mypcos.info Please stop by!
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Top 10 Diet Tips For Diabetes Control

Diabetes control through foods is highly necessary to live risk-free life. Firstly, know what to eat and what not to eat for diabetes control and cure. Eating right and healthy foods for diabetes will control health risks and helps for cure. Heres top 10 diet tips for diabetes control suggested by diabetologists (Diabetes doctors). These tips also help to prevent diabetes in the earlier stage. Fibre rich foods are more beneficial for diabetes control. Eat these fibre rich foods such as multi-grains, oats, leafy greens, mushrooms, beans, cauliflower, peas and cabbage etc. Soak 2 tsp of methi seeds or Fenugreek seeds (Venthayam in Tamil) in 100 ml of water. Eat it in the morning along with water. It excellently control diabetes. Tomatoes naturally helps to fight for diabetes disease. Drink cup of fresh tomato juice with a pinch of salt and pepper. Drinking it in the empty stomach adds more health benefits. Almonds (Badam) rich in proteins and other essential nutrients helps to live healthy. Soak 4-5 almonds in a cup of water for overnight. Intake it in the morning along with water. It greatly helps to control diabetes. Buttermilk which is free from fats is one of the healthy drinks Continue reading >>

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    My enquiries wih my pharmacist reveal that prices are same,what ever the brand.

  2. ponnusamy

    dont answer haphazardly

  3. umeshkumar

    Dear Medfree,
    You are right. I also stopped taking Januvia 100 since about last 15 days. Most of the time PP is OK but sometimes it is high. Trying to achieve good control by adding little exercise. Will have my Hba1c test on 15 th next month. Shall keep you posted. Thanks for your support all times.
    Regards

    Umesh

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