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What Is Indian Diet Plan for Diabetic Nephropathy Patients

2015-02-07 15:30| Font Size A A A

What Is Indian Diet Plan for Diabetic Nephropathy PatientsThe causes of Diabetes Nephropathy have been increasing at an alarming rate in India, which is one of many complications of Diabetes. Nutrition plays an important role in the management of the kind of kidney disease. Here we will introduce what is India diet plan for diabetic kidney disease patients.

South Indians eat more of rice and rice based dishes which form the major source of carbohydrates in their diet. It is important to eat a well balanced diet at each meal specific to your body’s daily requirement. To achieve this, eating your meal in appropriate portion is very important. Moreover, you can substitute white rice with brown rice as it is healthier. Coconut oil can be substituted with vegetable oils such as olive oil and canola oil.

Foods which in India can be included:

Meat and other form of protein foods: Dal; Dal adais prepared using minimum oil; fish; chicken cooked in minimum oil.

Vegetables: Stir fried green vegetables such as cabbage prepared using minimum oil; mixed veg kottu with minimum coconut.

Dairy: Buttermilk prepared from skimmed and low fat milk; pal koottu or majjige pulusu prepared with low fat curd.

Fruits: All fresh fruits.

Fats: Vegetable oils in minimum amounts.

Foods which a South Indian Diabetic should avoid or eat less often:

Starches: Idlis: Fried or made with a lot of oil and ghee; Dosas prepared using extra oil or butter; Upma cooked with extra amounts of oil or ghee.

Meat and other form of protein foods:Dal prepared with cream or excessive amounts of ghee or butter; dal adais prepared with extra oil; fried chicken, fried fish prepared in coconut sauce.

Vegetables: Aviyal with excess coconut; Fried potatoes; potato roasted curry with excessive oil.

Dairy: Buttermilk prepared from full fat milk; pachadi (raita) prepared with cream and fried bundi.

Fruits: Canned fruits; Banana pachadi with jaggery and nuts; chakkapradaman with nuts.

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