What Kind of Vegetables Should Patients with Diabetic Nephropathy Eat?
Because patients with Diabetic Nephropathy control the intake of staple food, reduce the amount of fat and meat, they will feel hungry easily, especially in the early stage of controlling. But relatively, green vegetables contain less sugar, fat, and energy, and patients are not necessary to control it strictly. It means that patients can feel free to take cabbage, spinach, rapes, lettuce, leek, cucumbers, white gourd, sweet pepper, pumpkin. Generally, people take 0.75kg vegetables. Some think that colored vegetables can also be taken such as tomatoes, egg plant, which actually contain not much sugar. Some also hold the idea that carrot, onions, garlic sprout contains much sugar, up to 10%, which will not be good at to the sugar control if taken too much.
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