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Diabetes and High Blood Pressure Recipes, Diet recipes
Last Updated : May 21,2018
Having diabetes (high blood sugar levels) increases the chances of plaque formation in the arteries of the heart thereby narrowing them thus leading to arteriosclerosis. This leads to high blood pressure and if left untreated causes various heart problems and that’s why high blood pressure is termed as ‘silent killer’. In this situation controlling blood sugar and blood pressure both within the required limits should be the priority. This can be achieved by maintaining healthy diet along with the necessary salt restriction and following a good exercise regime under your doctor’s supervision.
You need to:
• Eat small and frequent meals wisely to avoid fluctuations in blood sugar levels.
• Limit the intake of carbs in each meal.
• Avoid the salt on table and monitor its use in cooking. Turn to herbs for added flavour.
• Fill you your plate with friendly veggies like broccoli, cabbage, French beans, cauliflower, ladies finger, cluster beans etc. Keep starchy veggies like potato, yam, purple yam etc. away from your pantry.
• Have fruits in between main meals rather than fried snacks. Fibre rich fruits like grapefruit, orange, apple should be preferred over mango, chickoo, banana, custard apple, watermelon and grapes.
• Switch to low fat dairy products, especially if you need to control weight.
• Say ‘No’ to processed ad refined foods. Include healthy grains like oats, barley, buckwheat etc.
• Avoid the excess use of oil. Cook using low-fat methods like baking and sautéing.
• Quit smoking and alcohol.
• Read the labels carefully when buying ready-to-eat foods.
Try a few of our recipes shared in this section like Oats Flax Seeds Roti One Meal Soup , Cabbage and Onion Roti and Oats and Orange Rabdi for a flavourful and heathy experience.
12 Apr 15
Paneer Kheer ( Diabetic Recipe) by Tarla Dalal
Satisfy your sweet tooth with this cardamom-flavoured low-fat Paneer Kheer. By replacing traditional sweeteners with sugar substitute, and by doing away with unhealthy thickeners, we ward off those unnecessary carbohydrates and calories too. So, you can enjoy the rich texture and wonderful flavour o ....
Strawberry Oats Pudding by Tarla Dalal
Armed with recipes like these, you can ensure a healthy and tasty breakfast without sweating in the kitchen. All you need to do is mix the ingredients together and let them sit in the fridge overnight.
In the morning, when the oats, berries and almond milk have become acquainted with each other, ....
18 Aug 17
Cabbage and Onion Roti, Low Salt Recipe by Tarla Dalal
Simple, common ingredients are put together to make a delectable roti that fits perfectly into a blood pressure friendly menu.
The crazy crunch of cabbages and onions, together with the spiky flavours of garlic and green chillies make this Cabbage and Onion Roti a drool worthy one.
Apart fro ....
14 Aug 17
One Meal Soup, Low Salt Recipe by Tarla Dalal
A nourishing soup that does wonders for the heart! The One Meal Soup brims with the goodness of vegetables and moong dal, and provides you with a good amount of fibre and protein.
It is also a wonderful source of vitamin C
, a ....
16 Apr 18
Healthy Guava Snack by Tarla Dalal
Also known as Chilli Guava, this recipe is part and parcel of our childhood memories! This Healthy Guava Snack is crunchy and super tasty, while also being extremely nutritious, which makes it a wonderful snack for kids and adults alike!
Guava is a very good source of
21 Jun 18
Quick Tomato Rasam, Low Salt Recipe by Tarla Dalal
Quick Tomato Rasam is a quick, low-salt version of the ever-popular South Indian Rasam, made suitable for those with high blood pressure.
A vibrant masala that combines everyday spices in apt proportions gives the tomato-based rasam an appetizing flavour and irresistible aroma.
Garlic is kno ....
23 May 18
Cabbage and Dal Parathas by Tarla Dalal
A great combination of cereals, pulses and vegetables, this balanced dish can be made more nutritious by replacing half the wheat flour with soya flour or nachni flour.
13 Apr 18
Bajra Peas Roti, Low Acidity Recipe by Tarla Dalal
Here is one more Indian bread made using bajra flour. This innovative recipe combines the stomach-friendly flour with boiled and mashed green peas, to get a roti that tastes and feels great.
A good amount of coriander is used in this recipe, to get a peppy flavour, which is heightened by adding ....
24 Aug 17
Healthy Stuffed Luchi, Low Salt Recipe by Tarla Dalal
Stuffed Luchi is an all-time favourite snack, which Bengalis can fit into any meal – breakfast, lunch or snacks! It is made so commonly in Bengali households.
The traditional version is made of refined flour dough, stuffed with a tasty mix of moong dal and spices, and deep-fried to perfection.
06 Jul 18
Oats Flax Seeds Roti, Low Salt Recipe by Tarla Dalal
Here is a chatpata roti, with a homely texture and tongue-tickling taste that are sure to steal your heart.
The Oats Flax Seeds Roti features an absolutely healthy mix of ingredients, especially beneficial for those with high blood pressure because the beta glucagon in oats helps to keep both bl ....
19 Aug 17
Masala Stuffed Parota, Bengali Low Salt Paratha by Tarla Dalal
Parota is a special type of Indian
bread, which never fails to entice the diner with its special slightly-chewy mouth-feel and unique appearance that has a spiral or ringed surface.
While the traditional version is made of maida, here we have made it healthier ....
18 Aug 17
Bulgur Wheat Pongal, Low Salt Recipe by Tarla Dalal
Next only to Idli and Dosa, Pongal is amongst the most popular breakfast recipes in South India.
Usually made of rice and moong dal, cooked and spiced up with pepper and cumin seeds, Pongal is quite sumptuous and ensures that you don’t get hungry till lunch time!
We have made this popular re ....
22 Jun 18
Rotla ( Gujarati Recipe), Bajra Na Rotla Recipe by Tarla Dalal
Rotlas are made with bajra, jowar or nachni flour, and combine very well with ghee, jaggery.
Take care to make the rotlas as soon as the dough is kneaded, as the dough tends to harden quickly, making it difficult to roll. With practice and patience, you can surely master the art of rolling the r ....
31 May 18
Bajra Roti by Tarla Dalal
Though bajra is grown only in certain parts of Rajasthan, bajra rotis are relished all over the state. Thickly rolled bajra rotis are cooked over "kanda" (cow dung cakes) in the villages. That is the authentic way of preparing them because it imparts a smoked flavour to the rotis. But here’s a tava ....
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