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Dietician, Diabetes Expert - Answered on Nov 11, 2020

Asked on - Nov 11, 2020Hindi


Hello Komal,
Nice insights, thank you so much. Could you please help me with my diet routine? 
History - I am a delivery driver overseas for food chains.
My HBA1C came out 12.7 and my body has been thoroughly abused I was drinking during this time for almost 10 months.
My LFT KFT Cholestrol are OK now.
For cholesterol, sugar, BP, I have been prescribed allopathy medicine which I have already cut down on by replacing it with homeopathy.
My sugar is well under control now. 
I want to detox on a periodic basis.
At times recently I experienced back pain/ chest pain in rib area which seems muscular goes away after applying Moov/oil massage (which could be hypoglycemia).
There was a radiating pain, again periodic, in my lower abdomen which I started having after getting injured by someone two years ago on the job. It’s minor and does not stop me from my day to day activities.
Please if you could help me come up with a diet routine -- for my liver, kidney, heart overall health. Thank you so much.


I am glad that you have brought your blood sugar levels under check and have controlled your drinking habits.

Diabetes management is a lifelong requirement.

As long as you understand the principles behind carbohydrate management, your blood levels will remain in a safe zone.

Keep all your blood parameters in the normal range by incorporating healthy lifestyle changes.

For overall health, follow a balanced diet which meets your daily requirements and is customised for your conditions.

Include an exercise schedule which will help you lower these blood parameters by burning excess calories in the diet and improving your resistance.

Avoid eating junk food, drink plenty of water, have good sleep hours and remain positive.

Add supplements in case of any nutrient deficiency.

Certain pains can be ignored, but keep a watch and get regular body checks done.

Hypoglycaemia would give symptoms of feeling shaky, hunger, sweating, irritability, fast heartbeat, etc. Make sure your pains are not due to any other cause.

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