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Doctor Rice Diabetic

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Minimum Order Quantity: 10 Packet

Packaging Size1 Kg
BrandDoctors Rice
PolishedFully Polished
Packaging TypePlastic Bag
Variety AvailableMedium-Grain Rice
Maximum Shelf Life12 Months
Storage ConditionAlways Store in Cool

About product:

Rice is a staple food in India. It is a cereal grass that is cultivated for its edible grain. Although the definition of rice is quite straight forward ,the different varieties and forms can make it difficult to choose what’s best for a diabetes meal plan.

The prevalence of diabetes is on the rise and it currently affects more than 62 million Indians. India has more diabetics than any other country in the world, according to the International Diabetes Foundation.

In order to prevent long-term complications associated with uncontrolled diabetes, diabetics need to adapt their lifestyle, and sometimes rely on extra help from medications or insulin, to achieve good glycaemic control, defined by blood sugar levels ranging between 70 and 130 mg/dL before meals and below 180 mg/dL two hours after eating.


Carbohydrate Recommendations

Carbohydrate is the key nutrient to control diabetes as it is the one that influence blood sugar levels the most. After the digestion process, carbohydrates are converted into glucose, or sugar molecules, which then make their way into the bloodstream elevating blood sugar levels at the same time. Because insulin is either present in insufficient quantities or is simply ineffective with diabetes, an excessive carbohydrate intake leads to blood glucose levels above target. For this reason, the American Diabetes Association recommends aiming for a carbohydrate intake ranging between 45 and 60 g at each meal.


Doctor Rice Glycaemic Index

In addition to considering the amount of carbohydrate you include in your diabetic meal plan, you also need to consider the type of carbohydrate your select. Not all carbohydrates are created equal and the glycaemic index, or GI, allows to understand the impact of carbohydrate-containing foods on blood sugar levels. High GI foods, with a GI above 70, cause a spike in blood sugar levels, whereas low GI foods, with a GI lower than 55, results in a smaller and smoother rise. Doctor rice has a GI of below 55, which falls in the low to medium GI category, according to the University of Sydney GI Database. Other types of rice have GI reaching 72 to 98.


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