Diabetes Diet Chart

Diabetes Diet Chart

Diabetes Diet Chart

 

Are you trying to prevent or control diabetes?

Diabetes diet chart
Diabetes diet chart

Like other people, you need special foods for nutrition.

But you need to pay attention to some of your favorite foods, especially the number of sugary foods you eat. Just a 5% to 5% reduction in your total weight will help lower your blood sugar, blood pressure, and cholesterol levels. 

Healthy foods and weight loss have a profound impact on your mood, energy, and well-being. If you are a diabetic, it does not take long for you to have a positive effect. By eating healthy, being physically active, and l

 

By losing weight, you can control or reduce the symptoms of diabetes.

You need to regularly take different amounts of different foods, meal times, and medications. This will help you more with the use of fewer drugs. Diabetes patients are generally at risk of hypertension and high blood pressure. Therefore, it is necessary to choose healthy fat and low-fat foods and low salt intake in order to have a good heart rate.

Basically, you have more control over your health than you think. There is no diabetes-friendly diabetes diet, meal plan, and diet that serves as the right diet for all diabetic patients. The glycemic index, carbohydrate count, MyPlate method, and the TLC diet method are all methods for determining a healthy diet for diabetes management.

 

 

List of “A” and “B” vegetables and  fruits 
“A” vegetable
Cauliflower Cucumber Patal
Cabbage Cucumber Pumpkin
Olkopi Karala Sajna
Radish Shrimp Eggplant
Raw papaya Chichinga Tomatoes
Green pepper Dhundal Radish
“B” vegetable
Potatoes The barb Peas
Kachu Beans Collar mucha
Bit Bean sprouts Dheras
Raw art Jackfruit seeds Carrots
Sweet pumpkin Turnip
“A” fruit
Mango Jamrul Raw mango
Grapefruit Bangi Young coconut water
White jam Kadbel Blackberries
Raw guava
“B” fruit
Ripe mango Orange Litchi
Ripe guava Malta Coconut
Ripe banana Pears Watermelon
Sweet plum Grapes Ripe jackfruit
Anar Ripe papaya

 

 

 

Food list for diabetics

How many calories in a food list, and how much sugar, protein, and fat are there –

Calories – 1400

Sugar – 216 grams

Protein – 60 grams

Fat – 36 grams

Food list-1

Time

The number of different foods

Morning 7-8 am

Flour bread – 80 grams (two small thin)

Eggs – 1 hour (white part) or Pulses – 10 grams (1/2 cup medium thick)

Vegetables A- as much as the mind wants.

Morning- 11 o’clock

Muri, biscuits, Khai, etc. – 30 grams

Fruits A- as much as the mind wants

Noon 1-2 pm

Rice – 240 gm (2 cups)

Fish or meat – 60 grams (2 pieces)

Pulses – 15 grams (1/2 cup medium thick)

Vegetables A- As much as you want

Vegetable b- anyone

Salad – Cucumber, cucumber, radish, tomato, lemon, etc.

Afternoon 5-6 pm

Any snack (except sweets), such as noodles, salty biscuits, tomato soup, and vegetable soup.

Then if you want 1 cup of tea (excluding sugar), or fruit b- anyone

Night 8-9 pm

Flour bread 90 g (3 small thin) or

1.5 cups of rice

Fish or meat – 60 grams (2 pieces)

Pulses – 15 gms (half cup medium thick)

Vegetables A- As much as Main wants.

* Milk – 1 cup at least 1.5-2 hours after eating at night

* Oil for cooking – 20 ml

Food list for diabetics

How many calories in a food list, and how much sugar, protein, and fat are there –

Calories – 1600

Sugar – 254 grams

Protein – 65 grams

Fat – 40 grams

Food list-2

Time

The number of different foods

Morning 7-8 am

Flour bread – 90 grams (three small thin)

Eggs – 1 hour (white part) or Pulses- 10 grams

Vegetables A- as much as the mind wants

Morning- 11 o’clock

Muri, biscuits, Khai, etc. – 30 grams

Fruits A- as much as the mind wants

Noon 1-2 pm

Rice – 270 gm (2.25 cups)

Fish or meat – 60 grams (2 pieces)

Pulses – 15 grams (1/2 cup medium thick)

Vegetables A- As much as you want

Vegetable b- anyone

Salad – Cucumber, cucumber, radish, tomato, lemon, etc.

Afternoon 5-6 pm

Any snack (except sweets), such as noodles, salty biscuits, tomato soup, and vegetable soup.

Then if you want 1 cup of tea (excluding sugar), or fruit b- anyone

Night 8-9 pm

Flour bread 90 g (3 small thin) or

1.5 cups of rice

Fish or meat – 60 grams (2 pieces)

Pulses – 15 gms (half cup medium thick)

Vegetables A- As much as Main wants.

* Milk – 1 cup at least 1.5-2 hours after eating at night

* Oil for cooking – 20 ml

Food list for diabetics

How many calories in a food list, and how much sugar, protein, and fat are there –

Calories – 1800

Sugar – 280 grams

Protein – 70 grams

Fat – 46 grams

Food list-3

Time

The number of different foods

Morning 7-8 am

Flour bread – 90 grams (three small thin)

Eggs – 1 hour (white part) or Pulses- 15 grams

Vegetables A- as much as the mind wants

Morning- 11 o’clock

Muri, biscuits, Khai, etc. – 30 grams

Fruits A- as much as the mind wants

Noon 1-2 pm

Rice – 300 gm (2.25 cups)

Fish or meat – 60 grams (2 pieces)

Pulses – 20 grams (1/2 cup medium thick)

Vegetables A- As much as you want

Vegetable b- anyone

Salad – Cucumber, cucumber, radish, tomato, lemon, etc.

Afternoon 5-6 pm

Any snack (except sweets), such as noodles, salty biscuits, tomato soup, and vegetable soup.

Then if you want 1 cup of tea (excluding sugar), or fruit b- anyone

Night 8-9 pm

Flour bread 120 grams (4 small thin) or

2 cups of rice

Fish or meat – 60 grams (2 pieces)

Pulses – 20 grams (half cup medium thick)

Vegetables A- As much as Main wants.

* Milk – 1 cup at least 1.5-2 hours after eating at night

* Oil for cooking – 20 ml

Food list for diabetics

How many calories in a food list, and how much sugar, protein, and fat are there –

Calories – 2000

Sugar – 301 grams

Protein – 76 grams

Fat – 51 grams

Food list-4

Time

The number of different foods

Morning 7-8 am

Flour bread – 120 grams (four small thin)

Eggs – 1 hour (white part) or Pulses- 15 grams

Vegetables A- as much as the mind wants

Morning- 11 o’clock

Muri, biscuits, Khai, etc. – 30 grams

Fruits A- as much as the mind wants

Noon 1-2 pm

Rice – 360 gm (2.25 cups)

Fish or meat – 60 grams (2 pieces)

Pulses – 20 grams (1/2 cup medium thick)

Vegetables A- As much as you want

Vegetable b- anyone

Salad – Cucumber, cucumber, radish, tomato, lemon etc.

Afternoon 5-6 pm

Any snack (except sweets), such as noodles, salty biscuits, tomato soup, and vegetable soup.

Then if you want 1 cup of tea (excluding sugar), or fruit b- anyone

Night 8-9 pm

Flour bread 120 g (3 small thin) or

2 cups of rice

Fish or meat – 60 grams (2 pieces)

Pulses – 20 gms (half cup medium thick)

Vegetables A- As much as Main wants.

* Milk – 1 cup at least 1.5-2 hours after eating at night

* Oil for cooking – 30 ml

Source: Bangladesh Diabetes Association

Food list for diabetics

Shown here is the amount of meat, vegetarian and calories

About 1200 calories

Time

Meat

Vegetables

Calories

Morning

One cup of tea (with skim milk)

Cream cracker biscuit 1

One cup of tea (with skim milk)

Cream cracker biscuit 1

5

25

Breakfast

Small bread 2 slices 30 gm or chapati 1 (25 gm flour)

or muri 2 cups (25 gm)

1 cup of skim milk (125 ml)

Small bread 2 slices 30 gm or chapati 1 (25 gm flour)

or muri 2 cups (25 gm)

1 cup of skim milk (125 ml)

85

30

30

Lunch

50 grams of rice or 1 chapati (50 grams of flour) 20 grams of pulses

200 grams of vegetables

50 grams of root and root grains

50 gms of fish/chicken

2 tablespoons cooking oil

50 grams of rice or 1 chapati (50 grams of flour) 20 grams of pulses

Or 16 grams of soybean or 25 grams of Ramza

200 grams of vegetables

50 grams of root and root grains

Sour Yogurt 3/4 Cup (100 g)

2 tablespoons cooking oil

170

70

60

50

50

80

Afternoon watermeal

1 cup of tea (with skim milk)

Small bread 1 slice (30 g)

Cream cracker biscuits 2 or

Noodles 1/4 cup boiled (10 gms)

1 fruit

1 cup of tea (with skim milk)

Small bread 1 slice (30 g)

Cream cracker biscuits 2 or

Noodles 1/4 cup boiled (10 gms)

1 fruit

5

40

25

50

Dinner

50 gms of rice or 2 chapatis (50 gms of flour)

Pulses 20 gms or Ramza 25 gms (before cooking)

200 grams of vegetables

50 gms of fish/chicken

2 tablespoons cooking oil

1 cup of skim milk (125 ml)

50 gms of rice or 2 chapatis (50 gms of flour)

Pulses 20 gms or Ramza 25 gms (before cooking)

200 grams of vegetables

20 grams of cheese (lamb) or 10 grams of soybean curry (before cooking)

2 tablespoons cooking oil

1 cup of skim milk (125 ml)

170

70

50

50

80

80

Food list for diabetics

Shown here is the amount of meat, vegetarian and calories

About 1800 calories

Time

Meat

Vegetables

Calories

Morning

One cup of tea (with skim milk)

Cream cracker biscuit 2

One cup of tea (with skim milk) Cream cracker biscuit 2

10

40

Breakfast

Small bread 3 slices 50 gm or chapati 2 (40 gm flour)

or muri 3 cups (40 gm)

1 boiled egg

(If you have hypercholesterolemia, it is forbidden to eat yolks)

Small bread 3 slices 50 gm or chapati 2 (40 gm flour)

or muri 3 cups (40 gm)

1 boiled egg

(If you have hypercholesterolemia, it is forbidden to eat yolks)

130

80

Morning

1 cup of cow’s milk (125 ml)

Musambi national fruit 1

1 cup of cow’s milk (125 ml)

Musambi national fruit 1

Lunch

100 grams of rice or 4 chapatis (100 grams of flour) 25 grams of pulses (before cooking)

200 grams of vegetables

50 grams of root and root grains

50 gms of fish/chicken

1/2 cup sour yogurt (80 gms)

3 tablespoons cooking oil

100 grams of rice or 4 chapatis (100 grams of flour)

25 grams of pulses Or soybean 16 gms or Ramza 25 gms (before cooking)

200 grams of vegetables

50 grams of root and root grains

20 grams of cheese (lamb)

1/2 cup sour yogurt (80 gms)

3 tablespoons cooking oil

340

70

50

50

50

80

80

Afternoon watermeal

1 cup of tea (with cow’s milk)

Small bread 1 slice (30 g)

Cream cracker biscuits 2 or

Noodles 1/4 cup boiled (10 gms)

1 fruit

1 cup of tea (with cow’s milk)

Small bread 1 slice (30 g)

Cream cracker biscuits 2 or

Noodles 1/4 cup boiled (10 gms)

1 fruit

10

25

50

Dinner

50 gms rice or 4 chapatis (80 gms flour)

200 grams of vegetables

Pulses 20 gms (before cooking / 70 calorie )

50 grams of fish/chicken (60 calories)

3 tablespoons cooking oil

1 cup of skim milk (125 ml)

50 gms rice or 4 chapatis (80 gms flour)

400 grams of vegetables

10 gms of soybean curry (before cooking / 50 calorie)

1 cup of cow’s milk (125 ml) 80 calorie

3 tablespoons cooking oil

1 cup of skim milk (125 ml)

260

50

130

120

Like other people, you need special foods for nutrition.

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