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Thanks to Medfree and other LCHF followers...

I am now 62,and diabetic for last 22 years.Retired from govt service 4 years back.Prior to this almost for 18 years my sugar levels were FBS 100-to-150 and PLBS-160-to-275..All lipids were also too high (Tg-430.. Chol-260)..(inspite of medicines)..After retirement all levels started coming down may be due to reduction of Job stress and more walking.. But real advantage i got after i joined this Blog in last three months....after following medfree advice.I have reduced my carb intake almost by 6o %....althogh i am yet to start VCO.. but i have increased intake of ghee.

My recent levels... FBS -100.... PLBS-145...A1c-6.5... (Six months back A1c .. Was-7.6.).. HB-13......,chol-107,......TG-119,...LDL-44,........HDL-40...Creatinine-1.3.. MicroAlb-4.00.. I have no other diabetic complications.. My weight is 61kg and height is 5-ft -2 inches.....presently i take Tab Reclimate1-1-1/2...(2)tab Galvus 50... 0-1-0..(3) tab.Rosavel F....0-0-1...(4)tab Calflash..0-0-1..My BP fairly remains constant at 120/80..(no insulin any time). I also take Flax seed 2-3 tea spoons a day..My diet ... Three main foods... Morning tea without sugar with two marri biscuits.....,.Breakfast two eggs omlet with one 9 inch chapati..Lunch subji one chapati and curd,evening tea... Plus nuts like almond peanuts and walnuts..... Dinner-subji,salad,dal one chapati..( plus some times very little rice).....I have tried long wheat ... Not much use to me ..(. Sugar levels rise bit slowly.. thats all)..(Long wheat-khapli gehu is amply available at my hometown Sangli.).. I have been eating it for long time.....

Thanks to LCHF followers.. It is THE only WAY FORWORD to Keep control on your disease,reduce your medicines,and to avoid diabetic complications..

I take weekly sugar levels 4 time during that day... Quite satisfactory... Any more suggestions.?..

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  • Remove biscuits and replace with nuts. Whenever you feel hungry just take nuts and green tea with lemon. Your LIPIDS have improved, though theoreticians would have scared you that 2 eggs will conk your cholesterol off.

    Morning chapati i would suggest replace with 1 cup black coffee with 1 TBSP VCO. Overnight fasting puts body in fat burning mode. So let it stay in that mode till lunch.

    Long wheat -- If anyone makes rotee out of it then sugar response will just be like normal wheat rotee. Wheat is a Wheat is a Wheat.

    Thanks!

    Coming soon -- dlife.in/

  • Thanks medfree for suggestions.

    Eagarly awaiting dlife delight..

  • Next month third week is ETA

    Time to stop Statins, I guess.

    Thanks!

    Coming soon -- dlife.in/

  • Dear DRH-Sangli, Kindly share with me your Diet Chart of LCHF. i am 66 years d2 LCHF nee follower Request pl send reply to my email ID : Knag1947@Gmail.com...... K,nagarajan bangalore

  • well i am not eating on regular basis any from of rice or wheat , i use Channa daal , Besan in limited quantity use of eggs butter cheese and nuts as snacks which really helping me maintaining my Bs within normal levels specially PPBS , i am also following LCHF for sometime its just amazing ! and it works .

  • Dear DRH-Sangli, Kindly share with me your Diet Chart after you tool LCHF. Request pl send reply to my email ID : imbu2008@hotmail.com...... Kannan PN ,Chennai

  • Ok i will be emailing you.

  • Dear DRH-Sangli, Kindly share with me your Diet Chart after you tool LCHF. Request pl send reply to my email ID : imbu2008@hotmail.com...... Kannan PN ,Chennai

  • Dear DRH-Sangli, Kindly share your Diet Chart with me of LCHF at : emails.ashish@gmail.com

    Many thanks in advance.

  • Please share your diet chart. Thanks.

  • Here is a sample meal plan:

    Breakfast

    Soft Cheese

    2 Eggs any style

    2 Serving spoons vegetable casserole.

    Lunch

    Cheese or nuts

    1 small barely-ripe banana or 5 (preservative-free) dried-apricots

    3 oatcakes or quinoa (90g cooked weight).

    Dinner

    1 medium sweet potato or 1 cob sweetcorn or chickpeas (100g cooked weight).

    non-starchy roast vegetables or stir-fry greens

    palm-size meat or fish or seafood or poultry or game

    whipped double-cream and/or coconut.

    Adjust unspecified portion sizes to facilitate individual weight-management requirements.

  • Dear Sir please share your Diet chart with me I want to know more about LCHT diet.

    Thanks in advanced

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