Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes 2018Special Issue
4. Lifestyle Management: Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes—2018
American Diabetes Association
Diabetes Care 2018 Jan; 41(Supplement 1): S38-S50. https://doi.org/10.2337/dc18-S004
Diabetes, Type 2 In-Depth Report
Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) Supplement Use in People with Diabetes: A Clinician's Guide
American Diabetes Association, 11-Jun-2007 - Health & Fitness - 213 pages
People with diabetes are 1.6 times more likely than people without diabetes to use a complementary or alternative medicine supplement. This clinician's guide will give you facts and tips to help your patients successfully consider using a CAM supplement. Includes: in-depth descriptions of botanical and nonbotanical CAM supplements to treat diabetes; tables organizing supplements and therapies for quick reference; and review of clinical studies and chemical constituents for each supplement.
Diabetes Patients - Calorie Intake Guidelines
1,200 to 1,600 Calories
The National Diabetes Information Clearinghouse recommends a 1,200- to 1,600-calorie diet for: small women who exercise,
small women who want to lose weight
medium-sized women who want to lose weight and
medium-sized women who are relatively inactive.
1,600 to 2,000 Calories
The diabetes clearinghouse recommends a 1,600- to 2,000-calorie diet for the following:
medium-sized women who are active
large women who want to lose weight,
small men who don't need to lose weight,
medium-sized men who are relatively inactive and
medium-sized men who want to lose weight and
large men who want to lose weight.
2,000 to 2,400 Calories
The diabetes clearinghouse advises a 2,000- to 2,400-calorie diet for
medium-sized men who are physically active and
large women who are physically active and
large men who don't need to lose weight.
Combine carbohydrates, proteins and fats. Use vegetables and fruits. Take food in six parts at every three hour intervals. 3 main intakes and 3 in between intakes.
Basal Metabolic Rate
The Mifflin–St. Jeor equations for calculating basal metabolic rate (BMR):
For men, BMR = (10 × weight) + (6.25 × height) – (5 × age) + 5
For women, BMR = (10 × weight) + (6.25 × height) – (5 × age) – 161
The weight is to be in kilograms, height in centimeters, and age in years.
For woman with 56 kg weight, 5 ft and 4 inches (163 cm) height and 47 years
10*56 + 6.25*5 feet 4 inches *2.54 - 5*47 - 161
560 + 1018 - 235 - 161
1578 - 396 = 1182
Take for sedentary work 30% more as energy for activities.
Food exchange lists
Andhra Meal Plan for 1200 calories
Updated 2018 - 9 March 2018
21 August 2016, 4 November 2016