People with diabetes should be particularly cautious when it comes to drinking alcohol because alcohol can cause drop or increase blood sugar levels, can make some of the complications of diabetes worse and effects liver's role in control of blood sugar levels.
Normally a person may urinate every 3 to 4th hourly i.e., 6 - 8 times in 24 hours. If you are urinating more frequently then you might be drinking more water, coffee which acts as diuretic and some medical conditions such as urinary infection, diabetes mellitus, diabetes insipidus, hypercalcemia, hyperthyroidism. It is common in pregnancy also due to pressure of fetus on bladder.
Yes,In people with diabetes, insufficient insulin prevents the body from getting glucose from the blood into the body's cells to use as energy. When this occurs, the body starts burning fat and muscle for energy, causing a reduction in overall body weight.
Bananas are a safe and nutritious fruit for people with diabetes to eat in moderation as part of a balanced, individualized diet plan. A person with diabetes should include fresh, plant food options in the diet, such as fruits and vegetables.
Most fruits such as Apple,Guava,Strawberries,Kiwi,Oranges,Papaya,Pineapple,pear,Pomegranate ,watermelon are low in calories and high in fiber, vitamins which can boost one's health. Keep in mind to consume fruits as full rather than juiced or canned to keep calories in control. Also, simply eating fruits is not the key for weight loss. One must have balanced meals, do portion control and phyical activity daily.