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3 months ago I was diagnosed with diabetics with 240 (random value).  I was advised by my doctor to take glucomet 1000 before breakfast and dinner. My reading now are 140 ( before breakfast) and 180( 2 hours after taking meal). Is it OK? Please advice me for its better management. I do my walking and yoga regularly.
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Considering age this is very good control.continue the same.increase green Vegetables in food intake.plenty water, restrictions over salt,sugar,added preservatives and bakery food items.meditation,good sleep,yoga, exercise and no stress help alot to maintain blood sugar in range.periodically monitor blood sugar.
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reports good considering age 71
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Little bit change required so as to get perfect readings.. If you have gas trouble or bloating definitely other replacement available.. Consult online for further guidance
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