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How to calculate carbohydrate

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Hi All,

Anyone please clarify my doubt. Today I purchased Nandini Paneer at Bangalore and checked the Ingredients/

I see Total Carbohydrates g 4.5 /100 gm

(Of which sugars (Lactose) g 4/5/100 gm

What does this means? Is it safe to have 100 gm Paneer per meal

Kindly let me know

Thanks,

Dinkar

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nairrajis
nairrajis
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Please follow common courtesy.

 It would be appreciated if such quotes, " (as some people here are wrongly propagating)." are avoided. 

Every one has a voice to express their opinion, and follow any type of diet/food according to choice, which suits them best.  

None is proven, what works for one may not work for another. 

Some people..... those people......such talks leads to misunderstanding and dividing of groups. and infighting. 

Opinions are asked, and given, each according to his or her adaptability. that is all that is asked, and required, but criticising others opinion is not welcome.

I feel offended when this happens, whoever that person maybe.

I am sorry to make this post. Please excuse me.

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Shailp
Shailp
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Pragya

You might want to rethink about what you said

"So, I do not care if my words end up offending anyone, as long as it can stop someone from being mis-guided and worsening his/her condition."

It can be easily interpreted as arrogance. Even if you have good intentions and even if you have a very valid point, if you resort to aggression and offend people while making your point, chances are what you have to say will fall on deaf ears. I have always been a proponent of being respectful to each other and presenting ones point in a matter of factly manner. Arguments like "they started it" or "they said that so why can't we say this" are counter productive and won't result in a productive discussion. Think on the lines of Gandhiism, take the first step to stop argumentative talk and eventually those who offend you by their counter arguments will present their views/ opinions in a matter of factly manner. Otherwise the cycle will continue.

Peace and good health to all.

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Shailp
Shailp
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Pragnya

Your (poor) choice of words

"So, I do not care if my words end up offending anyone"

prompted me to write to you. I stand by what I wrote about being respectful. Now whether you want to call it sermon or something else is upto you. It is not a message just to you but everyone on the forum. Since all responses are visible to everyone so if I wanted to say something specifically to you alone I would be using a private message.

Call it Gandhiism or call it something else but if people get into a tug of war and no one wants to let fo then there is no end to it. I will say this to anyone who is being aggressive and offensive about anything and everything.

Peace

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jingale
jingale
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Congrats Hidden on achieving these numbers. Are these numbers without any medicines?

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jingale
jingale
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Mr. Hidden 

I sincerely hope that you get rid of medications soon.

Do you have any restrictions on consuming grains in this program? Any plant based foods that you have been asked to avoid?

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jingale
jingale
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Dr. Nandita Shah(Mumbai) and Dr. Pramod Tripathi(Pune) have done that already, with good results.

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karan79
karan79
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in US..  cow milk   1 gallon have 12grms  natural sugar per glass.. and cheese has same . so it means we should not drink milk or eat cheese.. according to lchf diet.. we shouldnt take carbo.. if you are in india can you tell me what is your daily diet. what you eat... do you eat chapati.. tea..

In general paneer would be considered as a low carb and high protein food. It doesn't matter what diet you are following, one word of caution is make sure your kidneys are not compromised because of diabetes in which case the high protein content will be BAD for you. And yes this holds good if you are on a conventional low fat ADA prescribed diet or LCHF diet.

So in general follow this for any other protein rich foods too.

Thank you everyone for providing much needed info

Now I am trying to list out items can be consumed as part of LCHF

May primary focus is to keep the food consistent for at least 6 days (Mon-Sat)

Brakefast

Egg Omelet ( 3 Quantity with or without yolk) + Cup of tea without sugar but with milk

I assume Carb count will be 5 Gms

Afternoon

A cup of coffee without sugar but with milk and 50 gms almonds/peanut/dried checkpeas/walnuts

I assume Carb count will be 10 Gms

Lunch

Chapaati (Small 2) with vegitables+ Paneer/Chicken+Salad

I assume Carb count will be 40 gms

Evening  ( At around

A cup of coffee without sugar but with milk and 50 gms almonds/peanut/dried checkpeas/walnuts

I assume Carb count will be 10 Gms

Snacks (At around 7 PM)

Cup of tea without sugar but with milk

I feel very hungry (Some time uncontrollable so I take 3-4 piece of Green Chily Bhajji made of Cheakpeas flour and Chilly) Still finding any suitable low carb food here

I assume Carb count will be 20 Gms

Dinner

1 small Chapati+1 Bowl rice (Approximately 100 gms cooked- I know I should not eat  but its kind of weakness for me now)+ Fish/Chicken/Panner (100 gms). Trying hard to sacrifice rice but still not able to do

I assume Carb count will be 40 Gms

Before sleeping

I will have home made 1 glass butter milk (Just to keep my body cool)

I assume Carb count will be 5 gms

I am taking Glycomet GP1 since 1.5 years every day morning before brakefast and my Fast sugar range will be 110-130 and After food sugar range is 150-180

I am 38 year old and weighing 69 kg now and want to see LCHF results

Kindly correct me advice me wherever I am wrong. I know my carbcount is going beyond 100 gms/ per day but just want to trial this diet for couple weeks maintaining carb count 120-130 gms /per day

Just not want to reduce my weight. I was weighing 82 kg 2 years back and I lost 13 Kg

Thanks again 

Dinkar

karan79
karan79
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r u doing any exercise ??? morning or evening walk and u can use brown rice instead of white rice...and u r eating home made cheese..

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dinkarblr
in reply to karan79

I walk to office 3 kms morning no walk while coming. Will try to have sleep for at least 9 hours

Thanks,

Dinkar

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