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I am suffering from diabetes and pancreas stone

sir i am person suffering from diabetes.what precaution that i must take
Asked On : Fri, 27 Aug 2010
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Dietitian & Nutritionist 's  Response
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The Main Objectives of Diabetic diet are:
      To maintain adequate nutrition.
      To achieve and maintain desirable body weight.
      To maintain normal blood sugar levels.
      To prevent, delay or minimize the onset of chronic degenerative complications.
      It is important to control the amount and time of food intake.
      No Fasting or Feasting.
Avoid foods which have simple sugars and refined flours.Restrict all root vegetables and high calorie fruits, oily fried foods , high fat salad dressings, red meats , organ meats and egg yolk.
Foods which can be used freely include low fat broth soups, all green leafy vegetables, lean meats, high fiber foods like salads , whole wheat, millet's, legumes, skimmed milk & its products.Adequate amount of water to keep yourself hydrated and physical activity for at least 30 minutes daily.
Make sure to test the blood sugar levels at least once a month to assess sugar control and monitor treatment. Consult a Diabetologist for further management. Look out for warning signs: Fever, recurrent infections, sudden weight loss, paresthesia (numbness and tingling in palms and soles), dental problems, blurred vision, cholesterol levels and sudden weakness of one side of face or body.
Answered: Wed, 5 Jan 2011
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Dietitian & Nutritionist Panchali Moitra's  Response
A few dietary tips to help you get started on your diabetes diet regime. Hope it helps.

1. Limit intake of refined carbohydrates and increase the fiber content of the diet. Include whole grains like wheat, millets, oats in your diet.

2. Avoid starchy vegetable like potatoes, fruits like bananas and mangoes and fried and sugary snacks.

3. If you are overweight, trying to lose weight will surely help to bring your sugar levels down.

4. Be active and go for regular brisk walks.
Answered: Tue, 7 Sep 2010
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