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Diet for diabetics – dos and don’ts by expert dietician Naini Setalvad

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Diet for diabetics by . Naini Setalvad is a renowned nutritionist, obesity and lifestyle consultant who herself has been through the tough phase of being obese. In this six-part series, she talks about how to maintain a healthy diet, how to lose weight effectively and how you can eat tasty yet nutritious food in the comfort of your home. This video she talks about a specific diet for diabetics. She tells you what they should and shouldn't include in their diet . For more information check out

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14 comments

  1. bobstay x

    egg and chicken? how about pork, beef, mutton. many other Asian countries do not restrict diets as much as the Indian medical doctors and dieticians. I have type I diabetes and am frustrated at the diet prescribed in India, all they know and can advise is Indian foods which is over cooked vegetable slop and chappatis. I think the best thing in addition to the usual diabetic diet is meat in appropriate quantities. It’s about time Indian dieticians realize that over restrictive diets don’t actually help diabetics in the long run resulting more stress and a lower quality of life that harms more than helps diabetics.

  2. Kowsi Ravi

    Thank you for the information.
    Do’s:
    – Include loads of vegetables and 1 or 2 helpings of fruits such as oranges,papaya,mosambi,
    – guava or watermelon. Sweet tasting fruits need to be restricted;for ex.Sitaphal (custard apple)
    – chickoo,sweet bananas,grapes,mangoes etc..
    – Include mainly high fibre foods (whole grains, pulses, and all green vegetables).
    Don’ts:
    – Restrict fried and fatty foods.
    – Do not take full fat dairy products.
    For more details about Dos and Don’ts in Diabetes visit: https://drmohans.com/dos-and-donts-in-diabetes/

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