Management of Diabetes for Preventing Kidney Failure?
Prefer foods lower in fats, sugar/salt and calories and higher in fiber. Focus on fruits, green vegetables and whole grains. Regular physical activity, take medicines and have regular doctors visits.
Hyperglycemia is a medical term indicating elevated blood sugar levels and it has many causes, one of it being Diabetes mellitus.
Prefer whole grains with fresh greens, moderate amount of protein, low fat and no added sugar/salt foods. It's important to include different foods in portion control to get balanced nutrition.
In most patients Diabetes does not show any symptoms or signs. Few symptoms are increased thirst, extreme hunger, unexplained weight loss, frequent urination, fatigue, irritability, blurred vision, slow healing wounds and frequent infections.
If pills aren't enough to get your blood sugar under control, your doctor may recommend insulin.