Dr. Hitaishi Singh, Dr. Jaya Bharti
Diabetes is a chronic disease that requires a holistic approach to care to prevent serious and long-term complications. Type I diabetes is primarily an autoimmune disease and type II diabetes is primarily a metabolic condition. Dietary interventions for both type I and type II diabetes are essentially the same, achieving and maintaining blood glucose and blood pressure levels in the normal range, or as close to the normal range as possible, and containing a lipid and a lipoprotein. Obtaining and maintaining a profile. To reduce the risk of heart disease as well as achieve and maintain a healthy body weight. Prevent, or at least slow down, the development of diabetes complications by considering individual and cultural food preferences and seeking to replace them with appropriate maintenance of the pleasure of eating by limiting food choices only when indicated by scientific evidence .
Keywords: Dietary Management, Type I, Type II, Diabetes mellitus
Journal Name :
EPRA International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research (IJMR)

Published on : 2021-08-10

Vol : 7
Issue : 8
Month : August
Year : 2021
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