Example of 1800Kcal meal plan for HD diabetic patients

Carbohydrate

Ideal HBA1C: less than 8.0%

Excessive carbohydrate intake (e.g. glucose, starch) can raise your blood sugar level and induce weight gain. Inadequate carbohydrate intake, on the other hand, may result in lack of energy.

 

Carbohydrate food source:

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Examples of meal plans that give you some ideas on how you can distribute your carbohydrate intake evenly throughout a day:

1800 calories/day

Breakfast

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Snack

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Lunch

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Snack

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Dinner

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Snack

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1 CHO ex (carbohydrate exchange) = 15g of carbohydrate

 

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