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  • FOOD ADVICES
  • The general guidelines on diet
    • In a typical day’s meals and snacks,
    • Calories-1500-1800 Kcal
    • 60% carbohydrate
    • 20% fat
    • 20% proteins
    DIABETIC FOOD PYRAMID
  • DIABETIC SAMPLE DIET
    • Divide the plate into ½ and the 2 nd half into equal ¼.
    • Fill the 1 st half with non starch vegetables like spinach,carrots,tomatoes.
    • The ¼ with meat/proteins like egg,fish,chicken.
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    • The remaining ¼ with rice,bread,potatoes,cereals.
    • 1 serving of non fat sugar free yohurt or milk.
    • One serving of fruits like guava,apple .
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  • ADVANTAGES
    • Even carbohyrate distribution throughout the day.
    • Lowers carbohydrate intake
    • Contain more fibre,antioxidants,photochemicals and quality proteins
  • GLYCEMIC INDEX
    • DEFINITION- measure of effects of carbohydrates on blood sugar.
    • Lower Glycemic index-slower rates of digestion & absorption,greater extraction from liver & periphery.
    • FACTORS- Type of starch,entrapment of starch,fat & protein content,presence of salt or organic acid.
    • GI = AUC of test food x 100
    • AUC of standard
  • GLYCEMIC INDEX OF FOODS Classification GI Range Examples LOW GI 55 or less Fruits & vegetables,bread, pulses,milk MEDIUM GI 56-69 Whole wheat, sugar,white rice HIGH GI 70 or above Cornflakes,potato, watermelon,glucose
  • BENEFITS
    • Increase body ‘s sensitivity to insulin
    • Improve diabetic control
    • Reduce hunger & prolong physical endurance
    • Helps to re-feul carbohydrate stores
    • Helps to reduce cholesterol
  • DO’S AND DONTS
    • Eat food at fixed day hours
    • Have three proper meals & light snacks in between
    • The gaps between meals should be short
    • Drink a lot of water that will help flush the toxins off
    • Avoid fried foods and sweetmeats
    • Include fresh vegetable salad in every meal
    • Include sprouts in the diet
    • Don't fry foods instead bake or boil
    • Eat less high-fat red meat and fish. Avoid organ meats
    • Limit the use of condiments such as ketchup,- high in salt and sugar
    • Limit salt
    • Avoid ready to eat and junk foods
    • Don't skip meals and medicine
  • SPECIAL FOOD FOR DIABETICS
    • BITTERGOURD- Plant Insulin
    • BLACKBERRY- Contain glucoside
    • GARLIC- contain potassium,zinc & sulphur
    • ONION- Diuretic & Digestive property
    • FIBRES- Aids slow digestion & absorption of nutrition
    • CINNAMON SOLUTION- Promote glucose metabolism & reduce cholesterol
    • ANTIOXIDANT