A 20-year-old female asked:
My father is 50years, his fasting blood sugar is 108 and postprandial blood sugar is 205. is it normal? if not what diet to follow? thank you!
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Dr. Addagada Raoanswered
General Surgery 58 years experience
Need to control BS: Your father has to see his doctor , for medication and diet . Complications of diabetes like kidney failure , vascular & peril nerve degeneration problems could be prevented by early intervention , just eating low carbohydrates, exercise is not enough need physician supervised treatments.
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