I am implanted with a pacemaker. I am aged 71, potassium 5.1, fasting glucose 273, postprandial 353. What diet should I follow?
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It needs to be monitored very strictly with diet so that it will help to manage the present condition and avoid kidney problems.
Strictly follow a diabetic diet plan with complex carbohydrate diet with a split of seven to eight meals per day.
Avoid excess potassium-rich foods like greens, citrus, tender coconut water, ragi in diet till potassium is under control.
You can include fruits like apple, pineapple, and guava in diet approximately 100 g per day.
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Thank you doctor,
Can you provide a list of what to eat both in veg and non-veg?
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