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  • quantumFog
    started a topic Diabetic friendly foods?

    Diabetic friendly foods?

    I have an aunt who lives in Tebet. She recently had an episode which required her to visit an emergency room. Hopefully, this has woken her up to the seriousness of her condition.

    In the short-time, does anyone know of a store that might have diabetic-friendly foods? I would also be interested in someone who caters in the area.

  • max andre
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    Asian (including Indonesian) carbs source is white rice, which isn't really good for diabetes. And bread that mostly sold here is white bread, big no no for diabetes. It's pretty hard to find whole grain bread here in Jakarta, so I doubt someone can cater it. Alternatively change white rice with brown rice, white rice have very high score on glycemic index, 70 for white compared to 50 for brown. Brown rice has same score on glycemic as whole grain bread.

    You can easily find brown rice at traditional market as well as big supermarket. Definitely you can cater it if you want.

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  • ladyengineer
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    I highly recommend Ketogenic Diet. Look up Dr. Eric Berg. This man is God sent.

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  • menara16
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    Food for diabetic, please consumption low calories and take care your aunt with this.
    MyNurz, easy way to find and book the services of nursing Home Care: elderly nurse, nurse for sick people, nurse for parents and healthcare therapist, physiotherapists, occupational therapists and speech therapists are experienced and best in Indonesia are available for area Jakarta, Bandung, and Surabaya by online

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  • thedenmarker
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    Originally posted by quantumFog View Post
    I have an aunt who lives in Tebet. She recently had an episode which required her to visit an emergency room. Hopefully, this has woken her up to the seriousness of her condition.

    In the short-time, does anyone know of a store that might have diabetic-friendly foods? I would also be interested in someone who caters in the area.
    low fat, low sugar food! high fibre is good/

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  • hippy786
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    Is it easy to find sugarfree or low sugar foods in Copenhagen? Are there any places for sweets (chocolate or ice creams)?

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  • Yuanita1
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    diabetes needs health food and home care.

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  • menara16
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    diabetes needs health food and home care. Looking senior nurse at mynurz and you will get health care in Jakarta, Bandung, Yogyakarta, Surabaya, Medan, Balikpapan and Manado.
    MyNurz, Cara mudah cari dan pesan jasa perawat home care: perawat lansia, perawat orang sakit, perawat orang tua serta terapis medis: fisioterapis, terapis okupasi dan terapis wicara berpengalaman dan terbaik di Indonesia yang tersedia untuk wilayah Jakarta, Bandung, dan Surabaya secara online

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  • RealFarer
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    Oats and whole grains are the best
    Last edited by wm; 12-04-17, 07:33.

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  • Vonny.ramali
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    You can visit www.clubsehat.com
    and order flax seed there hope this will help you
    and if you need my help you can pm me.

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  • menara16
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    Read diabetic information for your health care http://bit.ly/2ok16Iv or you can consultation about diabetic just call 0811-8199-119
    MyNurz, Cara mudah cari dan pesan jasa perawat Homecare: perawat lansia, perawat orang sakit, perawat orang tua serta terapis medis: fisioterapis, terapis okupasi dan terapis wicara berpengalaman dan terbaik di Indonesia yang tersedia untuk wilayah Jakarta, Bandung, dan Surabaya secara online

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  • Liz Haven Kho
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    Hi, my husband's friend was just talking about a healthy food provider. They accept Singapore's & Australian banks' credit card too haaahhaha.. May be that's why the group was excited about it. I think the name is Simple Fit? or Simply Fit? something like that. it's online. i think if you google it, it'll come out. All the best!

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  • Rayindra
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    Hi, I am a type 2 diabetic too.
    First of all, the most important is to consult to diabetic specialist doctor.
    The diet will depends on how bad her condition is.

    After her blood sugar and Hba1c are stabilizing, then she can start a healthy living with of course reducing sugar and carbohydrates. She must consult a healthy diet with her doctor as well - because who knows maybe she got other conditions such as high blood pressure.

    For me, according to my doctor, I can eat anything as long as not too much and must exercise. A strict diet also not good; tend to fail in the long run.
    Some sugar-free foods, such as from Tropicana Slim, are also available in major supermarkets. Sometimes, we just crave with sweets; and these sugar-free foods can helps.

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  • quantumFog
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    Originally posted by Felicity View Post
    I found one website http://mymealcatering.com. Have a look

    Much appreciated.

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  • Felicity
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    You can google, there are a lot catering which provides healthy food and diet as requested. I found one website http://mymealcatering.com. Have a look

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