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What diet should be taken to control bedsore and diabetes ?

What food can she take to avoid bedsores and reduce blood sugar? My aunt recently fell down and broke her hip. There is a famous place in andhra called puthur and we went there to treat her.She is not supposed to move. She is crying in pain. Bad part is her sugar level has gone up very badly and as she is just lying on the bed continously, she has got blisters kind of thing on her bum. She is neither able to sit nor able to walk. What kind of food can she take? how to avoid those bedsores? as she is diabetic what kind of food can she take?
Asked On : Thu, 12 May 2011
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she can take
Lobia curry / or any other whole dal
Capsicum sabzi / karela / or any other sabzi
Curds / raita Salad
Tea / milk Vegetable sandwich
Dry dal,
Cabbage sabzi / or any other sabzi Salad,
Kheer / fruit custard.

to avoid bed sores change her position frequently,dont allow to lie in one position for much time.
use water bed.
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