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I am Gowardhan Doddi, Editor and Author of this blog. I have thought of starting this blog to share my experience and awareness about diabetes. As both my parents are diabetic, I know that I am at risk of developing diabetes But I did not get alert early and come to know from the doctor in my Annual Health check-up that my blood sugar levels are nearing to the danger zone, That’s in 2013 .
Doctor suggested me simple life style changes- Life style changes are very easy to suggest and highly difficult to implement.
But I thought of making lifestyle changes to delay diabetes as much as I can and in course of time I have gained knowledge about controlling diabetes and problems we face when we are pre-diabetic or diabetic.
It is understood that Diet plays a major role in controlling diabetes, Doctor Ray d Strand in his book mentioned three major steps to control diabetes in his book Diet , Exercise and vitamin supplements.
It is emphasised that Diet itself can impact your blood sugar levels as much as 65%. So I thought of starting this blog www.healthydietfordiabetics.com
All the information I share here is my opinion and knowledge gained from various sources, Please don’t treat this as a professional medical advice.
A very good initiaive. With comments and updates from many others, I hope to be able to gain more insight into the complexities of diabetes and various alternatives for its control.
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How to control hunger? I am continuously trying and failing. Is it due to insulin resistance?
Your blog has given a new insight to the epidemic of diabetes blowing up in India which can be controlled and checked by following pure path.
Hi Arvind Kumar ji,
Thank you for liking our blog, yes it is due to insulin resistance, Even after you eat, you may still feel very hungry. That’s because your muscles aren’t getting the energy they need from the food; your body’s insulin resistance keeps glucose from entering the muscle and providing energy. To reduce hunger in short term you should control blood sugar levels, have enough sleep and reduce stress. Add high fibre foods like steel cut oats to your diet, eggs if you are a non vegeterain and nuts like almond, walnuts and peanuts. also add butter milk to your diet which can help deal with hunger and also good for your gut. Anyways your question inspires me to write a comprehensive article on this subject how can diabetics deal with hunger. Follow us through email and we can reply your queries on email too.