Monday, 12 September 2011

Setup Your Meal

Skipping your meals is not at all an easy way for weight loss or blood sugar control. Instead of that, go through this tips and find it's working.
1. Get your morning blood sugar reduced.
While we're sleeping, our cells use up the glucose from our last meal and the liver sends more glucose into the blood. In type 2 diabetes, the liver can't able to find, there is already more than enough glucose present. "Our fasting blood sugars have much more to do with your liver and hormonal functions, that what you ate for dinner last night." Taking a breakfast which is rich in carbohydrate, tells the liver to stop releasing glucose. And that helps you to make a lower fasting sugar level.

Plan for three meals daily, which contains at least three food groups (like the protein, starch, and vegetables)

2. Make your levels steady.
Eating foods irregularly can have you "ups and down's between normal blood sugars and high blood sugars". A regular meal can give you a fixed rise in your blood glucose. If you're taking any kind of blood glucose-lowering medications, skipping meals or eating too little can cause a severe decline in your blood glucose level. Foods, especially carbohydrate rich foods, over three meals a day (and snacks if you want them) helps you to maintain steady blood glucose levels.

Feel tired or thirsty? A glass of water and a bit of exercise may help you to beat fatigue.

3. Quit fatigue and boost up your energy.
If you love to have a snack, recommends that you enjoy a small amount of carbohydrate to keep energy levels up and enough protein to help you feel full. "A healthy snack might not give you instant energy,"but it can makes a big difference - you no longer feels fatigue as you used to."

4.  Find the patterns in your blood glucose results.
It find's little hard to sort out the causes of high and low blood glucose and to determine your best eating, exercise,and medication strategies. If your blood glucose levels are unpredictable, eating similar amounts of foods at particular times a day and keeping accurate records of the results will help you and your health care provider to identify the type and guide adjustments to your treatment plan. Eating randomly makes it hard to find the type and to control blood sugar levels.

1 comment:

  1. Crash diet to bring down obesity

    Breakfast : 2 idli/2 small dosa (without ghee), sambhar with excess dhal. Fill the rest of stomach with sprouted legume seed, green tea wid little sugar(no milk, u can use soya milk instead), stil hungry ,then salad

    lunch: rice 1 cup,fish curry (maqueral) 2 pieces/ chicken curry 2/legume curry like soya, pieces, white of boiled egg. Salad and fruits like citrus family, guava, apple.

    Tea: green tea without milk. Two. bisuits, non oil food, no banana

    Dinner: 2 chappatti curry.

    In addition to above diet, 30 min brisk walking/ jogging either in the morning or evening. Min 3 litres of water.early waking up before 7 am Go to bed. for sleepbefore 11 pm. Min 8 hours of sound sleep.