|Winged beans||150 g|
|Pachchaperumal||1 Pack (750 g)|
|Mung Beans/White Cowpea/Red Cowpea/ free range eggs||1 Pack(500 g)/ 6 eggs|
|Virgin Coconut oil||1 small bottle (375ml)|
The Diabeater is a combination of products full of Dietary Fiber, Vitamin B6, Folate and Potassium which are essential for a diabetic patient's body’s daily function. Also Contains products full of Vitamin A, C, K and Manganese.
MY PORTION PLATE
Aim to eat at least 2 to 3 servings of non-starchy vegetables each day, try for 1 to 2 servings per meal. Choose a variety of vegetables to benefit from their essential vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. In general, a single serving of a non-starchy vegetable is: 1⁄2 cup of cooked vegetables or vegetable juice and 1 cup of raw vegetables
In general, a single serving of starch is:
- 1⁄2 cup of cooked cereal, grain, or starchy vegetable
- 1/3 cup of cooked rice
- 1 slice of bread product
A diabetic should eat approximately 45-60grams of starch per meal.
In general, a single serving of fruit is:
- 1⁄2 cup of fresh fruit
0.8 g protein per day per kilogram body weight. If you are eating 3 meals a day the total number should be divided by 3 to get the per meal protein amount.
NUTRIENTS & VALUES.
- Bitter gourd: Fat: 0.2g Carbs:7g Protein:3.6g Calories: 34
- Thebu: Fat: Carbs: Protein: Calories:
- Okra: Fat: 0.2g Carbs: 33g Protein: 1.9g Calories: 33
- Eggplant: Fat: 0.2g Carbs: 6g Protein:1g Calories: 25
- Bell peppers: Fat:0.2g Carbs: 4.6g Protein: 0.9g Calories: 20
- Winged beans: Fat:0.9g Carbs:28g Protein: 12g Calories: 148
- Potato: Fat:0.1g Carbs: 17g Protein: 2g Calories: 77
- Rice based on Pachchaperumal rice: Fat:3.8g Carbs: 68.6g Protein: 13.3g Calories: 111
- Mung beans (raw): Fat:1.2g Carbs: 63g Protein:24g Calories: 347
- Nelli: Fat:0g Carbs:18g Protein:0g Calories: 58g
- Guava: Fat:1g Carbs:14g Protein:2.6g Calories: 68g
AYURVEDA HOME REMEDIES FOR DIABETIC
-Slice 2 ladies fingers and soak it in water overnight. Make sure to strain it prior to consuming it in the morning.
-Grind a handful of karapincha leaves, 2-3 cloves of garlic, 5-6 peppers whole and red onions together into a paste and consume small quantities with rice on a daily basis.
-Blend a cucumber, tomato, and few Pepper seeds with water for that cooling effect.
-The combination of ginger and sera leaves is ideal alternative to tea.
-The more popular alternatives to tea are ground ranawana leaves or ground beli leaves which can be brewed and sipped at any time of the day.
-One table spoon of fenugreek seeds soaked overnight in water is the best way to kick start the day.
-Tap into the Ayurvedic mixologist in you by adding 1/4 teaspoon of cinnamon powder to Nelli juice and a dash of lime to aloe-vera juice.
-Finger millet or kurakkan flour could be to produce the most nutritious and tasty dishes such as kurakkan roti, thalapa, porridge, bread and more
-Enjoy the effect of juicing down a few red onions, garlic, karapincha or curry leaves , 2-3 cloves, cardamom 01 pod, 01 whole cinnamon, 01 piece of goraka, one pandang leaf , ¼ tea spoon cumin, fennel seeds , fenugreek seeds, black pepper seeds, seeds of coriander with 02 cups of water. Let it boil down to one cup before sipping this natural therapy which would not merely control diabetes but provide added rejuvenation to the digestive system, prepping it up for another adventurous day!