Diet for diabetic people and post recovery from covid-19

India is fighting the second wave of the dangerous coronavirus. The mutant strain of the coronavirus has affected the health of many people. Almost all of my patients complain of overwork. During and after recovery. Patients can overcome this fatigue through a good and nutritious diet. A balanced diet promotes faster recovery from the deadly coronavirus.

If you have diabetes, you need to pay special attention to your diet. Diabetes patients should ensure that their diet is rich in protein, vitamins and minerals to help balance blood sugar and enhance immunity. Diabetics should avoid fried foods or foods high in fat, sugar and carbohydrates.

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Recovering from COVID-19?This is a very common problem, and we have heard a lot recently. Many people complain of fatigue during the infection phase and after recovery, and proper nutrition is important to cope with fatigue. You need to eat the right foods to control blood sugar. You can include the following nutritional tips to control blood sugar: It is very important for people with diabetes to eat on time. One hour after waking up. In addition, make sure they eat less often. Eating small and frequent meals can help prevent blood sugar levels from rising. Maintain a three-hour difference between each meal. Rich in protein food in the diet.

Protein helps satisfy hunger and increase/maintain muscle mass. Generally, plant proteins (such as rajma, chana, and beans) are low in sugar. Diabetics should also eat lean meat, such as beef. Chicken, eggs and fish are your diet. As well as low-fat milk, milk and cheese. Whole grain products are high in fiber and also help stabilize blood sugar levels. Whole grain products are also rich in essential vitamins and minerals. Try to include whole grains such as Ragi, Bajra and Jawar.

Vitamins and minerals can enhance the body’s immunity. Fruits are also rich in fiber and antioxidants, which help stabilize blood sugar levels. However, people with diabetes should avoid eating fruits such as bananas and mangoes, cheeku /sapota.

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