K Mohan @ Moga
'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
Even this challenging situation would ease
Luckily I have no diabetic problem. From my childhood, I have had the habit of drinking coffee or tea without sugar. I never prefer sweets and eat them very rarely. So I am lucky I have no BP or Sugar. These days I reduced the quantity of rice that I eat and at night I go with two chapatis only.
I think by having proper food habits and diet control we can control the sugar problem. Prevention is always better than cure.
Knowledge is power.
Moreover my doctor (I am not a diabetic but when I took diabetic patients to the doctor)told diabetic patients should avoid oil subjected items that is especially vada made of urad dhal in the morning hours.
Today I read in a paper suggested by a diabetic specialist that the main reasons for diabetic increase are:
Over stress, over tiredness, over hungry. These should be avoided by the diabetic patients should never worry even for minor things, they should take rest then and there - if working, they should never kept themselves hunger on any situation and they should have some sundals or porridge at intervals.
Water intake in such diabetic patients should be considered according to the persons on consulting their doctor. By seeing others one should not consume more water as it would affect their kidneys by giving over work.
Preferably diabetic patients should consult one doctor permanently and not advisable to shift doctor to doctor as doctor cannot do anything unless we, the diabetic patient control him/herself.