WILL SUGAR STILL REMAIN NORMAL IN THE FOLLOWING PERSON

if a healthy, non diabetic person eats 2 puran poli (made from maida, jaggery, chana dal), 200 gm potato sabji, two rotis of rice, 400 gm cooked rice with curry, eat karanji, chakli, sweet, kurmura, laddu or rava, then will his blood sugar increase or not after eating so much? Will the sugar still remain normal?

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Sir, please share your journey after being diabetic. Your suggestions are very beneficial and replies are so prompt.

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Check your blood sugar level after consuming all the food specified by you and after a lapse of 2 hours.

Maida: highly processed wheat powder which should not be consumed by diabetic patients. It is pure starch.

Jaggery: It contains 50% sucrose and 20% invert sugars.

Potato: It is starchy tuberous crop.

Rice: It contains starch. But brown rice contains vitamins and essential nutrients.

Laddu: It contains sugar.

All the above, elevates your blood sugar above normal ie., above 140 mg/dL. Sometimes it may exceed the maximum limit of 180 mg/dL.

The pancreas of a normal adult contains approximately 200 units of insulin and the average daily secretion in healthy individuals ranges from 30 to 50 units. If such a person consumes the food items mentioned above, his postprandial blood sugar will be less than 140 mg/dL. (normal level).

Sources:--

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maida...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jaggery

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Potato

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rice

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laddu

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Depends is obviously the answer. I know of 20-26 year old atheletes that train hard and have 100-150g of glucose pre and post workout. So a non-diabetic person can have that - yes. Can every non-diabetic have it no as most diabetics advancing towards diabetic ( in the conventional medical standards and definition) will not be able to handle it.

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YES.

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