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Diabetic Diet: What Works With Dr Naaznin Husein

By Nikita Banerjee +2 more

Diabetes patients often struggle with the right diet. There are many fad diets that people follow but with no desirable results. However, with diabetes, it is important for the patient to stay fit, exercise and eat healthily. To understand diet and nutrition for diabetes, watch this video.Also Read: Lion Diet: A Research-Based Exploration Into the King of the Jungle’s MealsWhat is the right diabetic diet?Dr Naazin Husein, a well-known dietician, nutritionist, wellness and yoga expert talks to Pharmeasy about diabetes. She sheds light on the diet for diabetic patients. According to her, the diabetic diet is the healthiest diet and even those who don’t suffer from diabetes should follow it. The meal plans of those suffering from high sugar are rich in complex carbs with an average amount of fat and moderate quantities of protein thrown in. She believes it is a myth that a diabetic diet is boring and tasteless as the only subtractions are simple sugars which everyone should give up anyway. Dr Naazin accepts that managing sugar cravings is tough and that is where mindful eating helps. She suggests that instead of completely banishing sweets from your diet, it is better to take a minuscule helping and ensure that the sugar spikes are not too high.Read More: 4 Best Foods for DiabeticsFats are recommended in a diabetic dietDr Naazin believes that a fat-free diet is detrimental to health as important vitamins like A, K and E need fats to be assimilated into the body. About five teaspoons of fat whether it is oil, ghee or butter per day is her recommended dose. When eating out, choose the healthier forms of cooking to control hidden fats and calorie intake. Watch the video for more enlightening tips on the diabetic diet.Read More: 5 Diet Tips Diabetes ManagementDisclaimer: The information provided here is for educational/awareness purposes only and is not intended to be a substitute for medical treatment by a healthcare professional and should not be relied upon to diagnose or treat any medical condition. The reader should consult a registered medical practitioner to determine the appropriateness of the information and before consuming any medication. PharmEasy does not provide any guarantee or warranty (express or implied) regarding the accuracy, adequacy, completeness, legality, reliability or usefulness of the information; and disclaims any liability arising thereof.Links and product recommendations in the information provided here are advertisements of third-party products available on the website. PharmEasy does not make any representation on the accuracy or suitability of such products/services. Advertisements do not influence the editorial decisions or content. The information in this blog is subject to change without notice. The authors and administrators reserve the right to modify, add, or remove content without notification. It is your responsibility to review this disclaimer regularly for any changes.

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