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Diet to check Diabetes

My father recently got his Glucose (fasting) checked and whereas, the normal range is given as 60- 100 mg/dl, his is 110. It has substantially increased since the last time he got tested in June and it was 99. What are some diet changes he should make to bring the blood sugar under control?
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Ms. Rekha Sachdev Pohani Pune | Dietitian/Nutritionist
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If his fasting is more he needs to reduce gap between meals . plz get a customize diet for him aa they need to be monitor. Connect with me for customize diet
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Dr. Dt. Archna Gupta Ghaziabad | Dietitian/Nutritionist
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You check for his HbA1C & BP and give him low fat salt restricted high fibre diabetic diet. Stictly avoid sugar and sweet things ,high fat milk &its products, fried things simple carbs,maida products, some fruits like banana, mango,litchi, chiku and grapes as well as restricted rice, potatoes and other tubers.
All meal should be devided into 3 main and 3 small meals with plenty of water intake.
Grt all the test done for diabetes and accordingly manage sugar by diet, exercise and if required medicines.
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Ms. Shradha Srivastava Lucknow | Dietitian/Nutritionist
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Choose high-fiber, slow-release carbs. Carbohydrates have a big impact on your blood sugar levels—more so than fats and proteins—so you need to be smart about what types of carbs you eat. Limit refined carbohydrates like white bread, pasta, and rice, as well as soda, candy, packaged meals, and snack foods. Here are tips for a diabetes diet that will prove helpful in controlling blood sugar levels:

1#Make wise food choices: The best tip for a diabetes diet focuses on choosing healthy food options instead of foods full of fats, carbohydrates, starch, sugar, and so on. For example, eat whole grain breads and cereals instead of refined flour.
2#Limit sweets: Substituting sugary foods with other healthy alternatives such as fruit instead of ice-cream or pudding ranks second among our diabetes diet tips.
3#Limit consumption of alcohol: Alcoholic drinks have no nutritional value, but contain a lot of calories.
4#Eat less fat: Instead of butter or vegetable oils, use olive oil for cooking. 5#Avoid fried foods; eat baked or grilled food instead.
6#Eat plenty of whole grain foods, fruits, and vegetables: Include greater amount of fruits and vegetables in your diet, as these provide vitamins, minerals, and fiber.
7#Eat often: Do not starve yourself or remain hungry, as this will encourage you to overeat when you do eat. This diet tip for diabetes will prevent hypoglycemia, the risky condition where sugar level in the blood falls below the normal range.
Carefully control your intake of carbohydrates: Starches, fruits, and milk groups contain the highest amount of carbohydrates. Vegetables are low in carbohydrates.
8#Eat a set amount of food: Do not overeat, nor starve yourself. Make use of measuring cups and spoons to ensure that your food servings are the right size.
9#Stick to regular meal times: The best tip for a diabetes diet is to eat at regular intervals. Regular eating habits help your body regulate blood sugar levels.
10#Avoid temptation: Keep your kitchen free of enticing food items.
Next Steps
Consult a dietician planned diet charts.  visit-: https://www.facebook.com/nutrifitwellness/
Health Tips
Atleast 30-45 min morning walk is suggested.
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