ideal diet and healthIDEAL DIET
Tea ½ tsp sugar with 2 marie biscuits
Break fast ½ tsp sugar with 2 marie biscuits
2 boiled/poached eggs and
2 slices of whole wheat bread
1 Bowl skimmed milk + cornflakes sugarless. Or
1 Bowl oatmeal
11 A.M - One seasonal fruit
Lunch Salad +
1 bowl dal (boiled only) +
2-3 chapattiSs +
1 tbsp rice + 1 bowl curd +
1 bowl seasonal vegetables with minimum oil
1 cup sugarless tea + marie biscuits
Dinner 1 bowl vegetables + ½ bowl dal + 3 chapattis +Salad.
In between if required fruit yoghurt or plain fruit
↓ Potatoes / rice
No banana and ↓ mango
No dry fruits
Preference to whole grain cereals
No bakery products / junk food / processed food.
Dals should be of thin consistency.
Thin homemade soups can be taken.
Egg yolk - ↓ or No.
No sweets / chocolates / cold-drinks.
Preference to boiled / sprouted whole grains.
Skimmed milk / curd
No fat oil / butter / ghee.
Health & Fitness
Instead of this Reach to this
Palak Paneer ===Reen Dals
Whole Milk ===Skimmed Milk
Mild Shake with Fruit ===Whole Raw Fruit
Potato Chips === Grilled Papad
French Toast == Veg. Sandwich
Omelete === Poached egg
Lassi === Butter Milk (Mattha)
Carrot Halwa==== Raw Carrot Salad
Chole=== Boiled Seasoned Chana
Curries === Salas
Heavy Meals === Small Frequent meals
TO AVOID SODIUM IN YOUR DIET: DO NOT USE
Salt preserved foods pickles, carred foods
Highly salted foods like potato chips.
Spices and condiments such as ketchup sauce.
cheese, peanut butter, salted butter.
shelf fish & dry fist.
baking powder. [biscuits and pastries]
aginomoto [in chinese food]
Patients with severe hypertension should also avoid EGGS as eggs also countain considerable amount of sodium
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drsameer on 2009-06-13
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