WHAT IS DIABETIC MELLITUS
DIABETIC Mellitus is well-known as a syndrome which is followed by symptoms such as eating and drinking too much and a very often urinate. Un-controlled DIABETIC mellitus can be a serious danger, because it can cause many complications, such as stroke, heart failure, kidney malfunction and leg disturbance.
THE PURPOSE OF DIABETIC MELLITUS DIET
To help decreasing the amount of sugar in blood to normal tension.
To convert the amount of sugar in urine, from positive to negative,
To achieve normal body weight.
FOOD SUGGESTED FOR DIET
Complex carbohydrate, such as rice, potato, cassava, flour, tapioca, sugar, hunkue, macaroni, noodle, bread, and biscuit.
Vegetables (especially the green one), such as spinach, leafy vegetable, and cassava's leaf, etc.
Fruits, in a proper proportion.
FOODS WHICH ARE NOT SUGGESTED FOR DIET
Pure sugar such as sugar block, coconut sugar, candies, sweets, chocolate, jam, soft drink, ice cream, sweet milk, canned fruit, smoked/dried beef, etc.
Fried foods and foods which have coconut's essence.
Things to be considered:
The kind and amount of food have to be controlled as well as how many times a day we have to eat, this especially for people who contracted DIABETIC mellitus during medication.
If necessary, replace the use of pure sugar with artificial sugar or non-fat sugar (for example:
hypoglycemic (a condition when the amount of sugar in our blood is too low) happens, drink sweets immediately or eat 1 to 2 spoons of pure sugar or honey.
Suggested health supplements to be consumed are: Phyto Gold, Organik, Wakasa Gold, and
HEALTHY WITH DIABETIC MELLITUS
Control diet to have an ideal weight
Control the amount of sugar in blood in normal limit.
Avoid smoking to prevent other disease.
Doing work out
Consume fresh fruits and vegetables.
Routine check on your amount of sugar in blood, especially for people aged up to 30 years.