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Today in this blog we will know some important things related to Diabetes. Dr. Bilal Pathan from Pune is answering all our questions. Dr. Bilal is a Diabetologist and Director of Dr. Bilal Crystal Medicare.
|Doctor||Dr. Bilal Pathan|
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Dr Bilal’s Crystal Medicare, Pune, Maharashtra
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Duration : Approx 9 minutes
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Dr. Bilal Pathan – Normal blood sugar of every human should be less than 150 mg/dL. If the patient’s blood sugar level is checked and it starts coming above 160, i.e. 160 mg/dL, then we must check once whether it is Diabetes or not?
Dr. Bilal Pathan – Although there are many symptoms of sugar, these are the most common symptoms. Polydipsia means excessive thirst. Another symptom is frequent urination. That is, the patient wakes up in the night to urinate frequently, feels very thirsty and has a strong desire to eat sweets. These three are the most common symptoms of Diabetes. Apart from this, there is no other specific symptom by which we can detect sugar. There is also a symptom that if any injury is not healing quickly, that can be considered a symptom.
Dr. Bilal Pathan – Diabetic patients can eat all fruits except those fruits which have high sugar content. For example, you cannot eat chiku, you cannot eat watermelon, but you can definitely eat oranges.
Vitamin C rich fruits can also be eaten. You can eat pomegranate, you can eat orange i.e. orange, sweet lime and all such bitter fruits.
Dr. Bilal Pathan – There is no restriction in vegetables for diabetic patients, they can eat all types of vegetables.
Just have to avoid potato. There is only one vegetable that can be very harmful for them, and that is potato curry. There is no need for them to abstain from anything other than that.
Dr. Bilal Pathan – See, the biggest disadvantage of skipping breakfast is that you may have to face obesity. Remember breakfast is the most important meal of the day. So I would like to request everyone to eat whatever they like for breakfast. Except for the sugary products, you can consume everything else.
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