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What type of diet should a diabetes patient take if he also suffering from a blood pressure ?

Tags: blood pressure, type of diet, diabetes patient
Asked by Nikhil Chandra, 04 May '07 04:46 am
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Hello Mr Nikhil,
diabetics patients should be very careful so as to which diet they following being a diabetic patient you should follow Cinnamon,Salacia Oblonga,Walnuts, Garlic please do include these in your daily diet it will be really helpful. I got this information from the following link - http://www.timeswellness.com/index.aspx?page=article§id=8&con tentid=20090627200906251851471815ffa300f§xslt=
i got an answer for most of ma queries and i think u should also.
Answered by adnan jariwala, 16 Jul '09 12:12 pm

 
  
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Blood pressure and diabetes are different issues. Both are independent of each other. Controlling diabetes will not control BP.

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Answered by vinay jadhav, 04 May '07 12:28 pm

 
  
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Meal Planning

A non-diabetic produces the constantly varying amounts of insulin necessary for obtaining energy from glucose. A diabetic cannot achieve this balance. Beyond the basic requirements to provide adequate calories and necessary nutrients, there are marked differences in diet strategy for the two major groups of diabetic patients: Type 1 insulin-dependent non-obese patients and Type 2 obese patients who do not require insulin. Patients who are on insulin therapy must schedule their meals to provide regular caloric intake. In overweight patients, special attention must be given to total caloric consumption.

There is no need to disproportionately restrict the intake of carbohydrates in the diet of most diabetic patients. In fact, Dr. H.P. Himsworth demonstrated in 1930 that if carbohydrates were taken out of the diet and replaced by either protein or fats, a person would quickly develop insulin resistance and diabetes5. The key here is in the choice of high-fiber complex car ...more
Answered by Ashish jain, 04 May '07 05:28 am

 
  
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