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Sample Diets

FOODS ALLOWED LIBERALLY:

  • Toned and skimmed milk
  • Refined vegetable oil (Combination of oils)
  • White and lean meat, Egg white
  • Whole pulses and whole cereals
  • Almonds and walnuts (4-5)
  • Raw and boiled vegetables
  • Juices like fresh lemon, coconut water, soda
  • Vegetable juices like tomato juices, clear soups

FOODS TO BE AVOIDED:

  • Sweets, cakes, pastries, ice cream
  • Excess of cream, butter, oil, ghee
  • Excess of fried foods, puri, parantha, pakora.
  • Excess of dried nuts
  • Whole milk and its products
  • Red meat, Egg yolk
  • Cheese, Mayonnaise
1400 Kcal Diabetic diet
  • BED TEA: TEA (1cup)
  • BREAKFAST: MILK 200mls(1 cup)
  • SLICES 40 gms (2 small/1big)
  • PROTEIN 30g paneer/6 tsp besan
  • OIL 5gms(1 tsp)
  • MIDMORNING: FRUIT 100 gms
  • LUNCH: CEREAL 40 gms (2 chap/2 kat rice)
  • DAL 30gms(1 kat)
  • DAHI 100gms(1kat)
  • VEGETABLE 150gms(1 kat)
  • OIL 10gms(2 tsp)
  • TEA: TEA 1 CUP
  • SNACK 30 gms
  • DINNER: SOUP 1cup
  • CEREAL 40gms(2 chap)
  • DAL 30gms(1 kat)
  • VEGETABLE 150gms(1 kat)
  • OIL 10gms(2tsp)
  • BED TIME: MILK 150mls(1 cup)
  • NON-VEG: 30 gms paneer 1Egg
  • 30 gms dal 100 gms Chicken
  • 120 gms Fish
FOODS ALLOWED LIBERALLY:
  • Raw and boiled vegetables (except carrots)
  • Juices like fresh lemon, coconut water, soda
  • Vegetable juices like tomato juices, clear soups
  • Water melon, melon, jamun
FOODS TO BE AVOIDED:
  • Sugar, jaggery, honey, sugar cane juice
  • Sweets, cakes, pastries, ice creams
  • Jams, fruit preserves with sugar
  • Fruit juices
  • Mango, cheeku, grapes, banana.
  • Excess of cream, butter, oil
  • Excess of fried foods, puri, parantha, pakora.
  • Excess of dried nuts
  • Excess of rice and rice products
  • Potato, sweet potato, zimikand, arbi
  • Whole milk and its products
DIABETES AND LIFESTYLE CHANGES

Diabetic diet is not a matter of deprivation or avoidance but of healthy eating habits. Genetic susceptibility appears to play a powerful role in the occurrence of type 2 DM, but the current epidemic likely reflects marked changes in lifestyle. Decreased physical activity and increased energy consumption have together promoted obesity, which is a strong risk factor for diabetes.

Nutrition is an integral component of prevention, delayed onset and management of diabetes.

Goals of diabetes management:

  1. Provide a nutritionally sound meal
  2. Attain and maintain blood glucose levels in the normal range as far as possible
  3. To attain and maintain desirable weight
  4. To maintain healthy levels of blood fat i.e.cholestrol and triglycerides
  5. To prevent long term complications of diabetes

Healthy eating;

  • 60% of the calories should come from carbohydrates
  • 12%-20% from protein
  • 20% -35% from fats
  • Food should be distributed equally throughout the day
  • Choose foods from all food groups in all major meals
  • Choose foods high in fiber as it slows digestion and gives a feeling of satiety
  • Total fat and saturated fat should be limited, some amount of fat is essential for important body functions and it also helps slow gastric emptying.
  • Whole grains should be chosen over refined cereals like sooji, sago, white bread, maida
  • Whole dals have a very low GI index and should be included daily

EXERCISE:
  • Exercise helps diabetics lower blood glucose
  • It helps the body use insulin better
  • Exercising helps one control weight, develop lean muscle and reduce body fat
  • Maintain adequate level of physical activity so as to achieve fitness and a negative energy balance
  • 30 to 45 min of brisk walk daily is recommended
1200Kcal DIABETIC DIET CHART
  • BED TEA: 1 cup
  • BREAKFAST: MILK 125mls(1 cup)
  • CEREAL 30gms(1 slice/1 chappati)
  • PROTEIN 30gms paneer/6tsp besan/1kat sprouts
  • OIL tsp
  • MORNING: FRUIT 100 gms
  • LUNCH: CEREAL 40gms(2chap/2kat rice)
  • WHOLE DAL 30gms(1 kat)
  • VEGETABLE 150gms(1 kat)
  • OIL 5gms(1 tsp)
  • TEA: TEA 1 cup
  • SNACK (PRT) 20 gms
  • DINNER: CEREAL 40gms(2chap)
  • DAL 30gms(1kat)
  • VEGETABLE 150gms(1kat)
  • OIL 5gms (1tsp)
  • BED TIME: MILK 125mls(1 cup)
NON-VEG:
  • 30gms paneer 1Egg
  • 30 gms dal 100gms Chicken
  • 120gms Fish/80gms Mutton
I000 Kkcal DIABETIC DIET CHART
  • BED TEA: 1 cup
  • BREAKFAST: MILK 125mls(1 cup)
  • CEREAL 20 gms(1 chap/1small slice)
  • PROTEIN 30gms paneer/6 tsp besan/1kat sprouts
  • MID-MORNING: FRUIT/SALAD 100gms
  • LUNCH: CEREAL 40gms(2 chap/)
  • DAL 30gms(1 kat)
  • VEGETABLES 150gms(1 kat)
  • OIL 5gms(1tsp)
  • TEA: TEA 1 cup
  • SNACK 20gms
  • DINNER: SOUP 1cup
  • CEREAL 40gms(2 chap)
  • DAL 30gms(1kat)
  • VEGETABLES 150gms(1kat)
  • OIL 5gms(1 tsp)
  • BED TIME: MILK 100mls(1 small cup)
NON VEG:
  • 30 gms paneer/ 1Egg
  • 30 gms dal 100 gms Chicken
  • 120 gms Fish
  • 80gmsMutton

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