Create a Healthy Diet Chart

Create a Healthy Diet Chart

Posted by Kaloree1 | July 10, 2017 | Fitness
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Diet and lifestyle are the major reasons that result in diabetes. Especially, Indian diet is one of the prime reasons that leads to obesity. According to a survey by WHO, 69 million Indians are diabetic and the results are going to be worse by 2025 (WHO South-East Asia, WHO Diabetes Research Article, World Health Day, 7th April 2016). Besides diet, lifestyle also plays an active role in the onset of diabetes.

A diabetic patient does not need to give up eating good food. One must understand that only healthy food is all that matters for a diabetic. The food must contain nutrients like calcium, potassium, magnesium, and vitamins A, C, and E. Besides this, the diet should also comprise of the high amount of protein. Do not forget that green leafy vegetables are essential for a body, as they are a rich source of nutrients. Hence, one must eat food in optimum amount with required ingredients to maintain the sugar level in blood.

Diabetes patients must strictly avoid sugary drinks, dairy products, and alcohol. They must also not consume sweets as they are prepared with sugar. In place of sugar, they can use artificial sweeteners like Kaloree1. This provides the same taste as of sugar and controls the weight and sugar level both. So, do not delay and ignore your health. Just buy the sachets of Kaloree1 at nominal prices in the market.

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