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Komal Jethmalani is a practising dietician and nutritionist with over 26 years of experience.
She specialises in weight loss and diabetes management.
Jethmalani has completed her MSc in food and nutrition from SNDT University and trained at Jaslok Hospital.
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I am diabetic patient from the last 15 years with control of sugar level between 120 to 180 in both fast and pp condition, but we are facing the timbling sensation near the left shoulder from last one year , pl suggest for this

Ans: Blood sugar levels can be lowered with an effective diet management and a good exercise regimen. Follow a diet with low carbohydrate foods, more fiber rich foods like fruits, vegetables, whole grain cereals etc., low total fat and a good protein intake from foods like low fat dairy products, lean meat, eggs, pulses and legumes etc. Adopt aerobic and strengthening exercises which will increase your muscle mass. Thus, lowering blood sugar levels will help reduce the symptoms of hyperglycemia.
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