Sonam Kapoor has this big disease, big news before marriage Boldsky
Bollywood fashionist Sonam Kapoor will tie the knot on May 8. The slim bodied Sonam is a style icon for many girls today. But you hardly know that Sonam’s weight was 90 kg before coming to Bollywood. She had a dangerous disease like diabetes, but due to strict diet and timely dose of insulin, she was able to control the disease like diabetes.
Sonam Kapoor is type-1 diabetic, it is a rare type of diabetic. He has this disease since the age of 17. And to keep it under control, they have to take insulin. Apart from this, she does yoga and exercises regularly, so she is so fit and fit.
Sonam’s diet plan
Sonam prefers to eat foods with low carbohydrate and high protein. Sonam such as Type 1 is diabetic, then eats 5 times in a short span of time throughout the day.
Breakfast: Fruits and Grains (Oatmeal)
Afternoon snack Protein shake, brown bread and egg whites
Lunch: Bread, salad, lentils and grilled chicken or fish evening
Snack: Brown bread and egg whites
Dinner: Soup, Salad and Grilled Chicken or Fish
Apart from this, if she ever feels hungry then she likes to eat fruits and nuts. To keep the body hydrated, drink coconut water, cucumber juice or matha.
More likely to have children
Children and young adults are more likely to develop type 1 diabetes. The disease can happen to anyone in childhood. But this is often more in children between the ages of 6 to 18 years. Very few people suffer from type 1 diabetes in India, with 1% to 2% of people in India having the disease. If someone is suffering from this disease in your home, then you also have the possibility of getting it.
This happens in type 1 diabetes
Our pancreas secretes a hormone called “insulin”. Every meal we eat gets converted into glucose after digestion. This glucose is converted into “energy” and reaches our muscles, which gives energy to the body and the “insulin” hormone does the work of converting glucose into energy. In type 1 diabetes, when pancreatic insulin is stopped, metabolic activity, ie, metabolic rate, is affected.
These are the symptoms
- Frequent urination
- Frequent thirst due to lack of water in the body
- Increase in heartbeat
- Rapid weight loss
- Increased appetite
- Feeling tired
- Smells of fruits in breath
- Dry skin
- Nausea or vomiting
- stomach pain
- Difficulty breathing
- Confused or trouble concentrating
Insulin has to be controlled
Regular insulin injections are required to maintain the level of blood sugar in the blood. Along with this, the right type of diet and regular exercise and yoga should be done.
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