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Diabetes: Diabetes patients should consume these rotis, blood sugar level will remain under control

Diabetes Patients Should Eat These Flour Rotis: Most of the people in today's time are troubled by diabetes. We will tell you about some such rotis, which will keep your diabetes under control.

Diabetes Patients Should Eat These Flour Rotis: Diabetes and obesity are two such problems of the world, which are troubled by most of the people in today’s time. While both these diseases are directly related to our diet. But if you pay attention to your diet then your diabetes problem will go away. In such a situation, today we will tell you about some such rotis, which will remove your diabetes problem. Let’s know.

Diabetic patients should eat these flour loaves

Oats Chapati

Known worldwide for reducing weight, oats are no less than a panacea for diabetes patients. By eating roti made from oats, the blood sugar level in your body remains balanced. Its consumption reduces your risk of type 2 diabetes. Let us tell you that beta glucan found in oats also reduces your risk of developing diabetes. Not only this, the consumption of oats roti also protects you from heart-related diseases.

How to make

To make roti, take oats and flour. And now take wheat flour, add chili according to your taste, now grind the oats finely in a mixer. Now take it out and mix it with wheat flour. Now knead the dough and bake it on a griddle like roti.

Ragi Chapati

Roti made from ragi flour is very beneficial for diabetic patients. It is rich in polyphenols as well as dietary fiber which keeps your blood sugar level right.

Method of making

Take a cup of ragi flour along with water as required. Give it the right shape of the dough. Keep in mind that knead with light hands. So that the bread does not break. While baking the roti, keep pressing it lightly with the help of a cloth.

(Disclaimer: The information given here is based on home remedies and general information. Before adopting it, definitely take medical advice. IND UPDATES does not confirm this.)

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