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Is flattened rice good for diabetes

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Dr.   Binu Parameswaran Pillai MD

This question relates to diabetes . Is it mostly hereditary? My wife's mother's sister, and wife ... or small quanity of icecream. I have read that things like apple juice (fruit drinks) are not good, yet she... View answer

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Dr. Minal Mohit MD

needed. I have read that Keto diet(low carbonate diet) is good for diabetes. If it is good will it effect ...) we have done a medical check up for diabetes recently. The result is as follows... View answer

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Dr. Vasanth MD

this effect my fasting blood sugar numbers in diabetes 2 I have been on the lipitor about two months I am 73 years old and I walk every day I have enjoyed good health all my life My fasting numbers have been ... View answer

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Dr. Rakesh Madhyastha MD

Dear Doctor, I am a diabetic 2 patient. I am 75 years old. I am hypertension patient also. For diabetic I am taking Eurepa 1mg 0-1-1. Also I am taking Basalog ( insulin ) 14 units at night . Fasting ... View answer

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Dr. Nikul Patel MD

Hello My father is diabetic and has blood pressure. Is on insulin and recently had to have a bypass on four arteries. Two years ago there was nothing there, and have been told is was due to the diabetic ... View answer

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null MD

HI we just found out my dads blood sugar is to high it is about 190 when he was tested.Yes he is very over wheight. I would like to know what would be good for him to eat to help keep his sugar down ... View answer

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Dr. Niharika Kuntal MD

I have been diagnosed with diabetes, I am not taking meds, but trying to control it with diet. I don t eat any white things, like bread, pasta, rice, potatoes, sugar.. No processed foods. I eat nuts ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Niharika Kuntal ( General & Family Physician)
Dr. Suchda MD

My nutrionist said I have diabets type 2 and I think she should try first a diet before giving me ... the level is. She didn t tell me. Just asked me to eat brown everything (bread, rice) but I don t know if... View answer

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Dr. Suchda MD

Is it good to give a diabetic with type 1 diabetes, insulin when he is in a low ? ... View answer

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Dr.  Pratap VGM MD

is not focusing on food at all but now I am. And that s not good to overeat when u r diabetic . Please help me ...I m diagnosed as diabetic when in was 17 and I began to suffer from depression. My... View answer

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Mobile Questions and Answers

Dr. Shubham Mehta MD

you should avoid it. it contains high cholesterol.

Dr. Dadapeer K MD

Hello The diet for a diabetic should include more of wheat, ragi and should avoid rice and other glucose rich foods like sweet fruits. You need to consult your dietician for detailed diet plan. Thank you

Dr.  T Chandrakant MD

Hi. A good control can be sought by regular exercises, diet control and avoiding anything ( foods and beverages) which contain or increases diabetes.