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what diet can I talk for diabetes?

A: A good diet for diabetes and other conditions is one that does not spike your blood sugar. Whole grains release their carbs over a long time. If you look up glycemic indexes on google you'll learn how that works. what you should maybe focus on for diet are: 1) Natural foods with minimal processing, fewer additives etc. 2) Foods that contain all the nutrients you need (protein, vitamins, minerals etc) without extra fat. If your diet is lacking basic nutrients you may grow up with certain problems. 3) The fat you eat should include plenty of Omega-3, which the body uses for the brain and...
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what diet can I eat as a DM type 2 Recently Dx`d with Stage 3 CKF. what diet should I be eating.

A: Thank you for your question to dLife. In addition to modifying your carbohydrate intake (to help control your blood sugars), there are several other dietary parameters which you may need to follow if you also have kidney disease and coronary artery disease (CAD). If you have been diagnosed with chronic kidney disease (CKD), please make sure that your doctor specifically outlines what you need to monitor in terms of your dietary intake. Possible dietary modifications include: protein, sodium, fluid and phosphorus. Of course, this is extremely individualized. Your diet can change based on your current kidney function...


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what is the best food for diabets?

A: Atkin''s diet with proper medication. 33623 ISBN 1890766313, "One Son''s Quest for the Cause and Cure of Diabetes" IS THE BEST BOOK I''VE EVER READ ON THE SUBJECT!! Get it, and you have a great chance to live a healthy life! You may be able to find used copies now, but if not, it''s still worth the full price because it works! Best of luck. " Soy Milk''s Amino Sugars. " any food that has a low glycemic index and a high fibrous content can be a good diabetic food. that includes roots and tubers. Cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, gourds. Also, Fenugreek seeds, and Indian Gooseberry taken about 10g daily help in lowering the glycemic index. My mom has diabetes and she''s a treasure trove of info. I...


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what is the natural cure for diabetes?

A: There is no ''absolute'' cure. There are ways to manage it well and ''effectively'' cure (type 2) diabetes. Read on: for type I and type II diabetics (and those who are overweight and could potentially become diabetic). Copy and bookmark the webpages I‘ve listed below… they are invaluable for those with diabetes and/or weight problems... I''ve found a wonderful book that will help you control your diabetes and minimize or even eliminate the complications. Some folks who became diabetic due to poor diet and obesity are effectively cured by following the advice in this book. I''m a type II (inherited), but it helps all types, especially those who became diabetic due to poor eating habits. It''s by an author who has...


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what foods can i eat and what foods can i not because im dibetic?

A: Hi, generally if you''re diabetic, problems arise when you eat too much sugar and carbs. So try to eat more protein. But if you''re diabetic, you should have insulin. If you don''t have insulin to give yourself before you eat, go see a doctor. talk to your doctor and/or a diabetic dietitian. They can help you work out a diet. no fried foods baked is still good check the salt content that''s in caned veggie at the store o,m,g it will shock you did you know that watermelon is so high in natural surgars that it will cause you to up you,re insulin shot if on sliding scale yahoo has a great health section you should check out anything you wont to...


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what can be done for diabetic neuropathy?

A: plz be strong.... you can do it pls your see ur doctor asap.... You should strictly control your blood sugar 24 h in a day, 7 days in a week. Whether or not you have a medical condition, eat a healthy diet that''s rich in fruits, vegetables, whole grains and lean protein. The best food sources of vitamin B-12 are meats, fish, eggs, low-fat dairy foods and fortified cereals. If you''re a strict vegetarian, fortified cereals are a good source of vitamin B-12 for you, but you may also want to talk to your doctor about B-12 supplements. The following suggestions can help you manage peripheral neuropathy: * Take care of...


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what is the best exercise for diabetes?

A: walking but watch out for your feet i lost my left leg after i walked down by a river and got a blister and it would not heel no matter what you do take care of your feet Walking. Start walking for 30 minutes every day. then after 2 weeks start for 60 minutes. You can walk 30 minutes in the AM and 30 minutes PM. I do it every day and I have my weight in control plus my circulation in the legs and body are in perfect condition. well you should go jogging at least 10 minute per day. that will helps your heart to pump faster. not only exercise, keep ur diet healthy.. By way of background, I''m an Endocrinology Physician assistant, specialized in...


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Everyone advice that don't talk more.now two month passed after bypass surgery.can i talk more now(2hours)?

A: Do Yoga and Paranayama. I think you have get easy on talking more for the sake of your lungs although you have to inhale and outhale a lot. People that had bypass surgery has to do a lot of breathing exercise so that the lungs will not collapse and or retain water. When your lungs retain water, breathing will be impossible - you have to go back to the emergency. Do not scream and yell and get upset. That''s the worse enemy. But walk a lot around your house so that your leg will be exercised and heal fast, but don''t be in a hurry to get where you want to go, then it''s also will be bad for your operation. In most of the cases, people get us frightened that itself kills us. do whatever you...


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what foods can i eat more of to get off of my blood pressure medecine?

A: Eat Noni herbal fruit or drink its juice for six months, twice a day. Foods alone may not be the factor behind your hypertension. There are both modifiable & non-modifiable risk factors that can contribute to high blood pressure. Modifiable factors meaning lifestyle changes such as changing your diet, smoking cessation & increasing your activity levels. Non-modifiable are risk factors you cannot change, i.e. genetics. diets low in sodium, low fat, low cholesterol can contribute to reducing high blood pressure but may not be the cure all. talk to your physician for recommendations on...


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How can I help my Diabetic brother to accept his illness?

A: Thats a tough one. education is probably the best option, perhaps getting him to meet someone who is in similar situation, and is managing it better than him, perhaos they will have some ''scare'' tactic stories to tell him. Whenever someone is in denial about anytthing though, support through good and bad times, and avioding confrontation usually works, with patience of course! Good luck, he is luck to have a brother/sister like you mrben Refer him to the American Diabetes Association''s website. They have support groups and education online. Also remind him that uncontrolled diabetes frequently causes erectile dysfunction, so if he would like to remain sexually active, he needs to keep tight control of his glucose levels. Diabetes is a very hard thing to come to...


 
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