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I am an North Indian from UP India. My wife is 31 weeks pregnant with twin pregnancy. She has been diagnosed with Gestational Diabetes. We eat Rice with arhar dal in our dinner.I want to know about ideal Diet Chart with Indian food.

Answer: The most important thing you can both do is supplement with vitamin D3. And if you have other children, get them on vitamin D3, also. There is mounting evidence that vitamin D can delay and might even prevent the onset of diabetes, both type 1 and type 2. Put "diabetes vitamin D deficiency" in your search engine. As to the diet chart, the link is to the Indian Diabetes Food Chart. I assume you are vegetarian. This has both vegetarian and non-vegetarian. One thing I would suggest is to add rice bran to the rice. I often cook brown rice with added rice bran. It is loaded with B vitamins. I was surprised by the amount of milk on the chart. In my country, vegetarians use very little milk. I use either almond milk or coconut milk. I don't know if you have access to inexpensive unsweetened coconut, but that is very important in my diet. I make a breakfast cereal with equal portions of oat bran, unsweetened coconut, and flax seed. Congratulations with the babies. Remember the vitamin D3. There is a video, linked below that tells of a study where babies were supplamented with vitamin d3. They were tracked for thirty years. The subjects had a reduction in expected Type 1 Diabetes of 88%.
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as doctors say to eat chapati and not rice if u r a diabetic ,is it right?what is the difference between eating chapati and eating rice makes a difference in shooting the sugar level?can it really be avoided and live on chapatis only so that sugar level doesnot shoot too much .Please guide me?

Answer: Friend, I am a diabetic for the past 10 years or so.Once we are diagnised as having Diabetes , we have tobe under medical care lifelong.There no way out. Primarily we have totake less carbo hydrates to that the Sugar intake (carbohydrates produce glucose and fructose later after consumption) is less and we always maintain at any time sugar level less than 140-150- mg/dl. Suppose if you are a south Indian habituated to take rice ( as all do ) , if you are a diabetic and take rice you without your notice take lot of rice and so a lot of carbohydrates.If you are advised chapaatis you may take maximum three chapaatis.The wheat flour used tomake three chapatis is three small round balls .Compare it with rice you take.It will not be even one tenth of rice content.So you take automatically less carbohydrates and with chapatis a lot of greens and vegetables we take which give us the other required suppliments. If tyou are a nOrth Indian ,habituated to take chapaatis you are adviced Rice to eat, because as you are not habituated you take less rice compared to 20 or 25 chapatis you eat normally. This you should do as the doctor says. Normally it is said all Diabetic patients (Persons) must avoid FROGS.(It should mean you should br very careful and minimise these in your food to the best extent possible.) F= FRUITS R= ROOTS O= OIL G= GHEE S= SWEETS. Any thing in excess will not be taken.once in a while you can take all thoings and lead a normal life, Walking for 20 minutes is quite advised. We have to watch what we eat, and what we burn by exercise.We should see that we do not allow ourselves to go Hypoglysemic (less sugar value ,i think less than 7o mg.dl. so we with care and doctors advice can lead a normal happy full life.Be happy and GOD BLESS YOU.
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as doctors say to eat chapati and not rice if u r a diabetic ,is it right?what is the difference between eating chapati and eating rice makes a difference in shooting the sugar level?can it really be avoided and live on chapatis only so that sugar level doesnot shoot too much .Please guide me? as many parts specially south and the eastern part of inida eat rice too much.should they stop eating that if they r diabetic or eat less quantity

Answer: Friend, I am a diabetic for the past 10 years or so.Once we are diagnised as having Diabetes , we have tobe under medical care lifelong.There no way out. Primarily we have totake less carbo hydrates to that the Sugar intake (carbohydrates produce glucose and fructose later after consumption) is less and we always maintain at any time sugar level less than 140-150- mg/dl. Suppose if you are a south Indian habituated to take rice ( as all do ) , if you are a diabetic and take rice you without your notice take lot of rice and so a lot of carbohydrates.If you are advised chapaatis you may take maximum three chapaatis.The wheat flour used tomake three chapatis is three small round balls .Compare it with rice you take.It will not be even one tenth of rice content.So you take automatically less carbohydrates and with chapatis a lot of greens and vegetables we take which give us the other required suppliments. If tyou are a nOrth Indian ,habituated to take chapaatis you are adviced Rice to eat, because as you are not habituated you take less rice compared to 20 or 25 chapatis you eat normally. This you should do as the doctor says. Normally it is said all Diabetic patients (Persons) must avoid FROGS.(It should mean you should br very careful and minimise these in your food to the best extent possible.) F= FRUITS R= ROOTS O= OIL G= GHEE S= SWEETS. Any thing in excess will not be taken.once in a while you can take all thoings and lead a normal life, Walking for 20 minutes is quite advised. We have to watch what we eat, and what we burn by exercise.We should see that we do not allow ourselves to go Hypoglysemic (less sugar value ,i think less than 7o mg.dl. so we with care and doctors advice can lead a normal happy full life.Be happy and GOD BLESS YOU.
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