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South Indian Diet For Diabetes Patients

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Diabetic Diet For South Indians

Diabetic patients who relish South Indian Vegetarians dishes have to practice a healthy diet as they tend to consume more refined polished rice. Diabetic diet should include essential nutrients with low carbohydrate and sugar. Here is a guide for diabetic diet for south indians. medianet_width='336'; medianet_height= '280'; medianet_crid='124211550'; Before pondering about the diet plan please note these thumb rules for diabetes diet 1. A strict no for sweets, chocolates, ice creams, jams, jellies etc 2. Stay away from fats- avoid ghee, butter, deep fried foods, red meat etc 3. Divide your diet in 5-6 small portions spread over a day. The best way is 3 small meals 2 healthy snacks. 4. Include more vegetables and fruits. Here is an example for south Indian diabetes diet plan. Please consult your physician or qualified dietician before implementing any diet plans. Early morning- A glass of karela juice or methi powder mixed in warm water or chewing of 5-10 neem leaves in empty stomach. Breakfast (normal serving) – 1.Chose any one of these -3idlis /2 dosas/ 1 small plate upama/ 1 small plate pongal/ two chapathis (without oil)/ whole wheat bread – 3 slices/ 2.Chutney or sambar can Continue reading >>

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  1. umanum

    vegetarian diet plan for type2

    Hello everyone,
    Can anybody help me out with a vegetarian diet for 1700 calories per day with less carbohydrates.
    I am an asian. Due to eating more rice my sugar levels are high in the lunch and dinner time. Even when i switched to brown rice the cange in the sugar level is very minimal.
    I do one to two hours of excercise in a day.

  2. colliemom

    substitue caulliflower "riced" for rice -- I run it through a food processor (or if lazy just cut small) add some water and put in microwave for about 4 minutes - then drain (and if not already riced use a fork to really break it up) add some seasoning and butter and you have "rice" - then continue on with other veggies - if you eat dairy then eggs and cheese give you lots of protein along with nuts - if you are vegan tofu and nuts also give you the protein you need - just watch your carb count - remember lentils are loaded with carbs

  3. sannysan

    Originally Posted by umanum
    Hello everyone,
    Can anybody help me out with a vegetarian diet for 1700 calories per day with less carbohydrates.
    I am an asian. Due to eating more rice my sugar levels are high in the lunch and dinner time. Even when i switched to brown rice the cange in the sugar level is very minimal.
    I do one to two hours of excercise in a day. Are you an Indian or belong to the Indian subcontinent ( India/Pakistan/Bangladesh/SriLanka) by any chance??
    Then I can help you with a pure veg diet...

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