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what is A good diabetic Cardiac diet?

A: A good diet for someone with both diabetes and cardiac problems can be found at the American Heart Association site and search for the Healthy Heart Diet. Simple sugars need to be eliminated and do not add any table salt. Fresh produce is great and lots of low fat protein. ok diabiatics must mantain a certain level of sugar in their system and people with heart conditions must keep it low salt, low fat and low colestorol. i would recommend non oily fish with steamed vegetables. avoid fried food, do not add sugar, salt, oil, butter or fat to food. You may want to look into the Dean Ornish/Life Choice diet. It''s a vegetarian diet that is very low-fat and...


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what is A good diabetic Cardiac diet?

A: A good diet for someone with both diabetes and cardiac problems can be found at the American Heart Association site and search for the Healthy Heart Diet. Simple sugars need to be eliminated and do not add any table salt. Fresh produce is great and lots of low fat protein. ok diabiatics must mantain a certain level of sugar in their system and people with heart conditions must keep it low salt, low fat and low colestorol. i would recommend non oily fish with steamed vegetables. avoid fried food, do not add sugar, salt, oil, butter or fat to food. You may want to look into the Dean Ornish/Life Choice diet. It''s a vegetarian diet that is very low-fat and...


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what are some of the side effects of diabetes and blood pressure medications, like Lasix? what is a good carbohydrate diet?

A: There are different diabetes medications, so we would need to know the specific names to give the side effects, but Lasix (furosemide) for hypertension (high blood pressure) does have specific side effects. The side effects of Lasix (furosemide) may include diarrhea, constipation, stomach pain, headache, numbness, burning, pain, or tingly feeling, dizziness, blurred vision, and leg cramps from loss of potassium. This is not a complete list of the side effects associated with Lasix (furosemide). The American Diabetes Association has a recommended diet to help control blood sugars and it requires daily food intake from four good groups: 1) fruits and vegetables, 2)...


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what is a good Asian diet for people with kidney disease?

A: Hi there, I appreciate your mom''s dilemma. This looks like a helpful resource for your family: A Taste of Asia ''Asian Recipes for a Renal Diet'' National Kidney Foundation of Northern California www.kidneynca.org (415) 543-3303 $10.00...


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what is the Vegetarian diabetic diet?

A: A vegetarian diabetic diet may be a good choice for someone who is diagnosed with diabetes. In general, if the person chooses healthful, plant-based foods, like those found on the vegetarian diabetic diet, she may reduce her need for diabetic medicines or even cure type 2 diabetes. Typically, the diet will help a person with diabetes control her weight and possibly give her increased responsiveness to the hormone insulin. Although most research studies combine diet with exercise, the consumption of diet rich in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and legumes will often improve the control of blood glucose in diabetic...


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what is a Junk Food diet?

A: The junk food diet is a type of eating plan where dieters eat smaller portions or low fat versions of the junk foods they enjoy, for the purpose of losing weight. The junk food diet is not often recommended by doctors or dietitians, but many people attempt this diet so they can continue to eat their favorite unhealthy foods while losing weight. There is certainly no shortage of options at the grocery store for reduced fat or fat free versions of many favorite snack foods. Junk food is typically considered to be sugary or fatty heavily processed foods. This includes items such as chips, cookies, candy, ice cream, and soda, just to name a...


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what is a good at home remedy for a yeast infection ?

A: Old school Plain Yogurt, its natural and less expensive than the prescription you will obtain from the doctor. and you can always keep it on hand, the script usually after using for seven straight days its gone. The difference is that you can either eat the yogurt ( takes a little longer) or use it just as you would the Flagil ( if that''s what they still prescribe) been a long time for me. post MP and don"t take antibiotics unless its absolutely necessary cranberry juice, unsweetened and organic concentrate if possible, stay away from sugar and caffine! I''ve heard that the best home remedy is yogurt. Apparently, the yogurt can be effective either eaten or (if you can''t stand the taste of yogurt) as a douche....


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Where do i find a good diabetic diet? one that is livable, not starving.?

A: you can make your own.grilled fish sw. use brown bread (no fats no salt just plain)or mix veggie salad with arabic bread (tossed with trans fat free oil such as canola) or dal for your soup which is lot of protein. brocolli is better with your high blood sugar just steam with roasted nuts.you can try bittergourd for your meal just saute with lot of tomatoes and fish fillet(the bitter taste is good for diabetic person) even you eat a bunch of veggie (steamed or try grill) this is good for your help same i(note for salad dressing just olive oil...


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what is the Pre-diabetic diet?

A: The pre-diabetic diet is a type of nutrition program designed to help people who are at risk avoid developing Type 2 diabetes, otherwise known as adult onset diabetes. There is some debate among experts about how the diet should be broken down in terms of proteins, carbohydrates and other foodstuffs to effectively keep the patientís blood sugar levels from rising to dangerously unhealthy levels. Despite some difference in opinion, there are many dietary features upon which doctors agree. The pre-diabetic diet is similar to the diet recommended for diabetics. Doctors...


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what is a good diet for a diabetic?

A: I was diagnosed as a diabetic ayear and a few months ago. I really didn''t start a diet but I call it a lifestyle change. I went to an endocrinoly nurse and dietician and took classes they offered. I controll my diabetis with diet and execise. I found the key is actually healthy eating and limiting the Carb/sugars. Exercise /walk 30 min. Day. dont give up food you like just limit them, giving up causes bingeing later. use the meter before a meal then 2 hours after to learn how it affects your glucose and adjust diet from that. rotate checking at different meals to really check. I learned alot from the Endocrinology classes and reading up on Various web sites Avoid...


 
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