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I was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes around 2 years back. fasting is between 90-110 and with food is 180-210. I take karela powder 30 minutes before meal. Also, do a mild exercises (not in routine) I have a software industry job of 10 hrs approx. Break fast and lunch time is fixed. But there is no fixed time of dinner. I skip some time, take salads or heavy food sometime. My question is is it necessary to take medicines? I mean I dont want my body to be dependent on diabetic medicines. I occasionally drink whisky (no other form of alcohol). 3-4 ciggs a day. my weight is 96 and height is 5'10. 2 years back I went to doctor as i got candidiasis on penis. so, there I came to know that its because of excessive sugar in body. From that day I have stopped eating sugar. Occasionally on festivals I take sweets. Please help me, the sugar is increasing slowly for me and I dont want to be a medicine dependent person. Organic things like karela powder, neem leaves, etc will help or not?
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Life style modification is very much important in glycaemic control in diabetes individuals. Calorie intake restriction. Increasing quantity of veggies per meal. Avoid simple sugars like sugar. Small quantity frequent meals preferred. Low carb, low fat, high protein diet . Decrease intake of visible fats, oils, junk. Add salad with each meal
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