Intake For People With High Blood Diabetes And Cholesterol?
Good afternoon ,, nI want to ask, my parents 2 weeks ago have just been discharged from the hospital because they suffer from high blood pressure, Diabetes nSo that the right leg and hand feel numb, tingling and heavy to move .. n This is a recovery period. nMy questions .. nWhat food should you eat .. nAnd what foods should you avoid so that he is healthy again as before .. n nThank you ..
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In general, patients with high blood pressure should eat lots of foods that contain potassium, magnesium and fiber which can be obtained, especially in vegetables, fruits, fish, nuts, and low-fat milk. Fruits and vegetables that are good for patients with high blood pressure include apples, bananas, carrots, broccoli, dates, grapes, peas, melons, oranges, mangoes, pineapples, potatoes, raisins, spinach, strawberries, sweet potatoes, and tomatoes. It is advisable for your mother to eat at least 1 bowl of vegetables per large meal and 4-5 servings of fruit every day. Good sources of carbohydrates include corn, brown rice and black rice. These carbohydrates are digested slowly, so they can make you feel fuller longer.
In principle, the diet for people with diabetes should be according to schedule, type and quantity. The meal schedule for people with diabetes should be set 3 large meals accompanied by 2-3 light meals between large meals. Patients should have a regular eating schedule, so that it is easier to control. The patient must eat at this hour and may not eat outside these hours. The type of food must also be calculated for the needs of carbohydrates, protein and fat so that it is always balanced. The amount of food should be limited depending on the type of food. Patients must consume more fruits, vegetables and nuts. Fish is also a good choice because it contains protein. Several types of fish, such as mackerel, tuna, and sardines, contain omega 3 which is good for lowering cholesterol in the blood. Avoid fatty foods, including coconut milk and fried foods.
To make a good eating schedule for your mother, you should consult a clinical nutrition specialist. The doctor will check the condition of your mother's body, then determine the type of diet that is good for your mother. Don't forget to keep your water intake. Increase the consumption of water, at least 8 glasses per day. Avoid other drinks besides water and low-fat milk.
This is information from me. I hope this helps.