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This is my sugar test i only eat pure Gur and shakkar and avoid white suger is it low or perfectly ok for my age also do i have to increase it and also is it ok to maximum avoid white sugar and use gur and shakar instead kindly guide me thanks
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Please connect directly for the same...An overall view on medical profile and dietary pattern and Lifestyle is taken into consideration while planning the diet for you for a better and Healthy you.. Maintenance and sustainablity should be the key. Thanks.
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Hello dear. 1 tsp sugar in whole day is allowed. Prefer brown sugar or jaggery. Also limit the intake of sugary fruits like banana/grapes/mango/chiku in your diet. Instead you can take apple/orange/kiwi/pineapple etc.
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We will surely help you with this. We need to discuss all the things like your easy to get meal options and lifestyle then we can suggest further. Choose direct consultation for proper guidance
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Hello At  certain age u have to eat sugar in moderation  u can avoid white sugar and take gur in less amount   this is also in balanced amount I need your detail case history to guide and advise u properly if u wish to consult me online through practo app or feel free to WhatsApp me(seven two four seven two seven six zero three seven for proper management and advise
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Hi you can use gur or unrefined organic shakkar instead of white sugar.. and don't have it too much as you are 63 years old...use occassionally in moderation and not everyday.. in coffee or tea it is permitted 1 spoon for daily use...otherwise not required.. you can avoid white sugar completely and use gur or organic unrefined shakkar if you want in limited quantities..otherwise if you want to avoid shakkar, you can avoid shakkar...and depend on gur completely for your dietary needs..
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reports are absolutely fine... but have sweet items in moderation...not too much...
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Hi At certain age we have to avoid too much off sugar and salt in take . Your fasting sugar level is normal so you follow the same routine what you where following in the past.
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Hello practo user Sure ,we will help you We have a diet plan for diabetic patient which include . Help to control and cure diabetes by curing the cause of diabetes and reduce the intake of medicine . Managing all the other symptoms , deficiency , disease caused due to diabetes. . Stress managment. .Many more. But before prescribing any thing we need some information like . Vitals . Purpose . Medical history . Family history . Occupation . Physical activity . Daily routine And many more So, if you want to contact us,you can contact us directly thru the link below or via Practo
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