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India being moving towards becoming the “Diabetes Capital of World” by 2025, the no. of people suffering from other lifestyle diseases like obesity, heart disease, hypertension, gastric disorders, cancer and others are also increasing day by day.
As we all know diabetes is a metabolic disorder in which People have high blood glucose levels. Eating a diet high in calories, whether from fat or sugar, can cause you to become overweight or obese which increase your risk of developing type 2 diabetes. People who are physically inactive or have a family history of diabetes are also at risk of diabetes.
If you think that diabetics have to follow a special diet and give up on great, tasty foods or have to stop eating in restaurants and follow a blend, boring meal plan. Than the answer is No, There are however, no such things as a “special diabetic diet” as according to top dieticians in Delhi diabetics generally has to follow the some basic guidelines to maintain blood glucose levels under control.
Some healthy dietary guidelines are:-
Top dieticians in Delhi say that following a healthy diet is especially important for a diabetic person to maintain his/her blood sugar levels under control. Consulting with a dietician is a better option as dieticians are a valuable resource in your efforts to keep diabetes under control. They can plan a meal pattern which fits in your specific needs and activity levels. They will also educate you about low glycaemic foods, how to control portion sizes and how to incorporate all the essential nutrients in our daily diet in an interesting and tasty manner.
A person with family history of diabetes should also follow a healthy diet plan to avoid diabetes and other lifestyle diseases like hypertension and heart disease.