Married for 4.5 years with 2 missed abortions and currently undergoing infertility treatment. Recently diagnosed with type 2 diabetes and hypothyroidism (T3 T4 TSH normal but TPO increased). I have more love for sweets. But now taking nil sugar. What kind of food I can take. Can I use artificial sweetners instead of natural sugar? Will it affect my glycemic levels
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You have already developed an autoimmune disease (TPO positive ) which may come in your way of having a healthy pregnancy. The reason of your miscarriage is that the baby wants to live in a healthy body. You may want to heal your body before trying to be pregnant again as in that case, you will pass on a healthy body to your baby also.
Good news is that your problem can be totally reversed, not by masking the symptoms but by addressing the root cause of your issue. To know more on this, please read my blogs on www.truhealing.com or practo health feeds. Hope that helps....
Hello. You can have for with low glycemic index, containing complex carbs, like oats, roti made from ragi, jowar, bajra. Avoid all processed sugar. Avoid sweet fruits like grapes, chiku, mango. Take 5-6 small meals. Avoid starvation. Do workup for APLA if not yet done.
Eat foods with low glycemic index and avoid eating foods having complex carbohydrates like oats and whole grain rotis. Refrain from refined sugar and sugary foods. Also, drink plenty of water and do not do binge eating. Take small frequent meals.
Hello....... It's better to take low glycemic index food items.. And you want to conceive so you blood sugar level is very important.... You can have chapatis, ragi malt, with adequate rice.... Have more of green vegetables and veggies with fiber. Restrain yourself til you complete successful pregnancy.
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