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Type 2 diabetic. Angioplasty done. Taking medicine and feeling better. What diet should be taken?

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iam a dr.naturopathic...iwould liket know patient angioplasty done ...2weeks suceesfully done hehas diabetics type 2 underconrolwth insulin ..hbaic 7,,,,,,,choletsol all normal wth ..crestor 20mg,,,,....now iam taking after opration angioplastery,stents 3..done iam ok walking 30mints and diet 1250kal diet medication prestly .....asprin 100 morning one evening one,,,(justprin),zccor40mg,,,,palvix75mg m orning one ,evening one...neurobin one, insulin morning 45units novmax humaninsulin...evening 40units... afte lunch ...junmet 1000,,,,one,,,diner one..foe diabetics ........iam feelin much better now what other adviseand any diet fish oil any food good for me iwill more thanks to all
Posted Mon, 4 Mar 2013 in Valvular Heart Disease
 
 
Answered by Dr. Nisarga 4 hours later
Hi Doctor,
I am very happy that your health is better after your successful angioplasty.
I would like to advice you few things.
1. Healthy life style-maintain a healthy lifestyle.Avoid sedentary lifestyle.
2. Diet-Keep fatty foods away. Don't eat oily foods which are XXXXXXX in cholesterol. Try to avoid XXXXXXX fried items. Fish is better among non vegetarian food. Lot of vegetables in diet is advised. Fish oil can be consumed.
3. Exercise-daily regular exercise is better. At least daily walking is necessary. Brisk walking is better and you should sweat during walking.
4. Drugs-don't forget to take any medication.
5. Strict control of diabetes is required
6. Stay away from tobacco/smoking if any.
7. Regular health check up at least once in six months.
I wish you all the best with regards to your health.
You can contact me again if you have any other questions.
Regards.
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Follow-up: Type 2 diabetic. Angioplasty done. Taking medicine and feeling better. What diet should be taken? 4 hours later
hi ineed you whattype of foods and what shold take,,,some deatils ,,precuation...
 
 
Answered by Dr. Nisarga 36 hours later
Hi Doctor,
As I already described to you, kindly avoid fat XXXXXXX foods.
But there are some good fatty foods also. Canola or rapeseed oil can be consumed. Avocado is a great replacement for butter on a sandwich. Nuts which can be eaten whole or processed is healthy.
Oily fish such as salmon, tuna or mackere can be consumed.
Butter, the fat on meats, fatty meat products, full fat dairy food should be avoided which contain bad fat(saturated fatty acids).
Take frequent small meals which is very important in control of diabetes.
Do not eat salty food. Avoid pickle. This helps in controlling your blood pressure.
Hope you are happy with my answer.
All the best again.
Regards.
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Follow-up: Type 2 diabetic. Angioplasty done. Taking medicine and feeling better. What diet should be taken? 1 hour later
nice to here from u sir best advise ,,,,can we do sex wth my wife,,,?which u mention all follwed,,,,my total cholestrol,,,150mg..vldl 20,hdl..38...ldl 98,....trig 90,,,,,my and hbaic7.5,,,,,note can i add limon my soupand porage,,,?avocado how much can iadd low fat milk or skiy milk or water fugrose..or brown suger little....
 
 
Answered by Dr. Nisarga 27 minutes later
Hello again,
Yes, you don't have to stay away from sex with your wife. It is safe and not harmful.
When I see your lipid profile, you have maintained it within proper range.
Your HbA1C is just above the normal limit, although it is not too high, means to say that your diabetes control is good.
You can add lemon to the soup.
You can use moderate quantity of avocado. Low fat milk is recommended. Brown or white sugar is your choice.
Good luck.
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Follow-up: Type 2 diabetic. Angioplasty done. Taking medicine and feeling better. What diet should be taken? 22 minutes later
dear sir realy i like ur advice wonderfull dr,,,i need know traving wth friends 400kilometre who drive friends good?sleep 8 hours ok/////////?my left eye lids upper some time one yearor one or twice tiks one seconds normal need cal plus vitc? note can i take joints pain,,, glucosamine sulfate and omega3fatty acid need ok?
 
 
Answered by Dr. Nisarga 56 minutes later
Hi Doctor,
I will try to answer all your queries.
You can very well travel in car or any other transport. Even if you drive also there is no problem.
7-8 hours of sleep per day is adequate.
Ticks and such infrequent abnormal movements are commonly seen in general population, do not bother about it.
Calcium and vitamin supplement is not required unless medically indicated.
Omega 3 fatty acids are good supplements for heart.
Have a healthy heart.
Regards.
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Follow-up: Type 2 diabetic. Angioplasty done. Taking medicine and feeling better. What diet should be taken? 6 hours later
I am very pleased with the quick and excellent service and I thank you very much. dear dr,,,,,iam following veg an fish diet,,,diet planing very low lal 1250kal,,,taking almounds 10pices daily ,walt nuts 7 pices daily stobery 7 pices daily cucumbers 2to 3 between meals other sald big plate ,,,lunch 1smal cup brown rice ,,,tuna or maccreal,,slmon fish one or 2 pices only night or linch,,,ths 2 weeks going on,,,but orge one XXXXXXX one or half aswell daily,,,,,,daily 30mts out walking brisk and normal walk .....my bp today 110 /80,,,,,body weigt 2kg reduced(95)kg,,,,my ht 167cm.......iam sleeping evening one hour....night 7 to 8 hour...home to clinice walking 4 times waling 7mtsx4 times aswell......additional....following ur addvice excellent pl if u have any further advisre pl write to me iwill thanks to u great advice ,,,,,,pl note if u feel any avoid aswell....
 
 
Answered by Dr. Nisarga 12 hours later
Hi Doctor,
Whatever diet you are following is excellent. There is no modification required.
Only advice to you is try to reduce the weight little more. I would suggest atleat 6 to 8 Kgs to be reduced further. Best way to reduce weight is to do some sort of exercise/aerobic work out/going to the gym.
Your blood pressure is under control. Walking pattern is good. Sleeping is adequate.
Hope you are satisfied with all my answers.
Good luck.

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Follow-up: Type 2 diabetic. Angioplasty done. Taking medicine and feeling better. What diet should be taken? 2 hours later
I am very pleased with the quick and excellent service and I thank you very much. what r the additional nutritional supports good....omega 3,6 fatty acids,,,and coenzyme q.10,,,,what els better
 
 
Answered by Dr. Nisarga 39 minutes later
Hi,
Omega 3 fatty acids are very good for healthy heart and it also reduces your triglycerides level which is beneficial.
Coenzyme q 10 maintains a good cardiovascular system.
One more supplement which I can suggest you is L-carnitine. It is an antioxidant and will protect your heart. Find out the brand name of this product in your country. Nucarnit is one of the brands, although there are many.
Regards.
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Follow-up: Type 2 diabetic. Angioplasty done. Taking medicine and feeling better. What diet should be taken? 24 minutes later
dear sir,,,ur dr ,,,human being ,,,,,kindness is the highest form of wisdom ,,,,i admit ur responsible ,,,god bless you and family... nice reply and appreciate you,,,
 
 
Answered by Dr. Nisarga 33 minutes later
Hi Doctor,
Thanks for your appreciation.
God bless you too.
Take care of your health.
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