When the glucose level in your blood, commonly known as blood sugar, is too high, you get diabetes. Your primary energy source is glucose, which is obtained from food. The pancreas produces the hormone insulin, which facilitates the entry of food-derived glucose into your cells for energy production. Your body occasionally produces insufficient or no insulin or uses insulin poorly. After that, glucose remains in your circulation and does not enter your cells. Diabetes is of two kinds: Type 1 diabetes and Type 2 diabetes.
Over time, health issues might result from having too much glucose in the blood. Even though there is no treatment for diabetes, you can manage it by different means like diet, exercise, etc., and maintain your health.
According to previous studies, a balanced and healthy diet can reduce the risk of diabetes. Medication alone can not help with diabetes management; a treatment plan including a balanced diet, physical exercise, and medications can do the magic. Type 1 and Type 2 diabetic patients will have different diet charts.
Diabetes is called a lifestyle disorder, which indicates that most of the time, the root cause is one’s lifestyle. Food is an important factor in a person’s lifestyle. So, controlling what you eat will give you an upper hand in diabetes management. Once you are diagnosed with diabetes, your physician will suggest you consult a dietician.
Ms. Dipika Kher will help you plan your meals to maintain your sugar level. A nutritious diet will enable you to regulate your blood sugar level and help you lose weight. It will also be able to control your blood sugar level. Ms. Kher can direct you based on your medical condition by offering delicious dishes and meal plans that fit your busy schedule.
Ms. Kher will advise you on the appropriate foods for you to eat. You will know the grains, dairy products, fruits, and vegetables best for your health. She will constantly advise you to avoid sweets, fried meals, foods high in salt, and beverages high in sugar.