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Eating more protein than carbohydrates may help people with diabetes, experts say. is shown.
Sugar doesn’t always cause blood sugar spikes when you eat foods in the exact order, new research shows. Following a prescribed mealtime sequence can be very beneficial for people with type 2 diabetes.
The ideal Indian diet for diabetics starts early in the morning with a glass of lukewarm water. Methi seed powder can also be added to water to help flush out harmful toxins from the body.
Breakfast is an essential and important component for diabetics. A typical breakfast meal includes a vegetable dahlia or upma, whole grain bread, an omelet with egg whites, and vegetables.
Since diabetics are advised not to leave a long gap between two meals, meals such as fruit, green tea, and hojicha can be consumed around 11:00 am.
Lunch should be nutritious and ideally consist of chapattis with subji, bean sprouts, dal and chicken/fish. You can also eat dal khidi with curd. You can also add a salad to your meal.
For an evening snack, diabetics can eat sandwiches, fruit, or buttermilk.
Dinner is usually the same as lunch consisting of a bowl of salad, chapattis, a bowl of subji, sprouts, buttermilk, chicken or fish.
You can eat nuts before going to bed.
This Indian diet can be followed to keep blood sugar in check and stay healthy.
Disclaimer: The tips and suggestions provided in the article are for general information purposes only and should not be construed as professional medical advice. Always consult your doctor or dietician before making any changes.
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