Diwali Sweets For Sugar Patients: The Diwali season has started but the diabetic patients are once again taking part in the festive fervor with their hearts out. Because of the fear of increasing the sugar level, they are able to eat the kheer of Karva Chauth and also the dishes of Ahoi Ashtami very carefully and measuredly. If you or someone in your family is struggling with the problem of sugar, then you can double the charm of Diwali for the family with the sweets and tips mentioned here.
Here are some such sweets, which you can make and eat at home, then your sugar level will not bother you and you will also be able to enjoy sweets with family on Diwali. Along with this, you have to take care of some important things related to your health so that there is no problem in your health.
Diabetes patients keep these things in mind on Diwali
- keep checking sugar level
- take medicines on time
- don’t stop exercising
- Avoid Waking Up Late Night
Which sweets can sugar patients eat?
Here are the names of 5 such sweets, which diabetic patients can eat comfortably. Just take care of the quantity and avoid overeating in excitement…
1. Fig Barfi
Barfi prepared from figs is such a dessert, which if made in a pure way, does not use sugar at all. Because figs themselves are very sweet and then honey is used to prepare this barfi. Therefore it is completely natural. You can eat 2 to 3 pieces on this barfi day.
2. White Rasgulla
You can enjoy Diwali by eating white rasgulla or Bengali rasgulla. Because the juice filled in these rasgullas contains sugar and you can squeeze this juice out. You can remove the excess water from the rasgulla with light pressure and then celebrate the festival with the sweetness of the rasgulla.
3. Sugar Free Laddus
If you want, you can buy them from the market or you can prepare them at home. You have to put everything in these laddoos except sugar. Instead of sugar, you can use honey to make them. Do not eat more than two laddus in a day.
4. Make Makhana Kheer at home
You can also consume homemade kheer. Put makhana in milk and grind it in a mixer. Keep their quantity in such a way that the milk becomes like a thick paste. Now put almonds, cashews, walnuts and raisins in it and keep it in the fridge. Eat little by little when it cools down.
5. Honey made feni
Feeni is a traditional Indian sweet. In this way, it is most commonly used on the occasion of Hariyali Teej and Monsoon Happens in the month of But even on Diwali this sweet sells a lot. You consume feni prepared in honey and Diwali Enjoy.
Disclaimer: The methods, methods and claims mentioned in this article are to be taken only as suggestions, ABP News does not confirm them. Before following any such treatment/medication/diet and suggestion, please consult a doctor or concerned expert.
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