Diabetes and Nutritional Biochemistry

A crucial aspect of diabetic care is nutrition. We may maintain a healthy diet and way of life by adjusting the right amount of fibre, vitamins, and minerals along with the right amount of carbohydrates, fat, and protein. People with diabetes have blood sugar levels that are too high. Managing diabetes entails attending to your blood glucose level. What you eat has a strong relationship on how much sugar is in your blood. For the prevention of macro vascular disease, it's crucial to control cardiovascular risk factors like smoking, inactivity, and poor diet well. Negative lifestyle choices, such as smoking, may also have an impact on micro vascular problems. In addition to the patient's motivation to change, how they perceive their diabetes and any indirect diabetes-related problems like depression and poor quality of life, other considerations should be noted while assisting patients in changing particular behaviours.