Renal Diabetic Diet


BEDTEA Tea 1cup+2 Biscuits

BREAKFAST: Milk/milk products(tonned) 200mls(1glass)


(Oats/dalia/poha/upma/whole wheat bread) 30 gms(1 bowl)

Protein (paneer/besan) 30 gms

Oil (for cooking) 1tsp(5ml)

MID-MORNING: Fruit custard 100gms/1 bowl

LUNCH: Cereal 60gms(2 chapati)

Dal 30 gms (1 bowl)

Vegetable 100gms(1bowl)

Dahi 150gms(1bowl)

Oil (for cooking) 2tsp (10 ml)

TEA: Tea 1 cup

Snack 30 gms paneer/ besan chilla

60gms(2 chapati)

Dal 30 gms(1 bowl)

Vegetable 100gms(1 bowl)

Dahi 150(1 bowl)

Oil (for cooking) 2tsp (10 ml)

BED TIME: Milk (tonned) 200mls(1 cup)


  • Excess of milk and milk products
  • Excess of dal, besan
  • Excess of meat, fish, chicken, egg
  • Bakery products like breads, biscuits, rusk
  • Tinned products, commercial products
  • Salad, juices, soups, squash, bottled drinks coconut water
  • Malted beverages like boost bournvita, horlicks
  • Chutneys, pickles
  • Peas, beans, green leafy vegetables
  • Excess of cream, butter, oil
  • Sugar, gur, honey, sugar cane juice
  • Sweets, cakes, pastries, ice creams
  • Jams, fruit preserves with sugar
  • Fruit juices
  • Mango, cheeku, grapes, banana, litchi
  • Excess of cream, butter, oil
  • Excess of fried foods, puri, parantha, pakora.
  • Excess of dried nuts
  • Execess of rice and rice products
  • Patato, sweet patato, zimikand, arbi
  • Whole milk and its products  


  • NOTE:
  • Oil should be change after every 1 month:
  1. Rice bran
  2. Olive oil
  3. Soyabean oil
  4. Mustard oil
  5. Canola oil
  • Biscuits:
  1. Marie biscuit
  2. Wheat brix
  3. Nutri choice
  • Refined cereals like, vermecelli, sooji. (In moderation)
  • Soya bean and its products
  • Apple, guava, pineapple, pears, papaya.
  • NOTE:
  • Ghee, butter, oil, to be taken as recommended 
  •           Food is meant to be enjoyed not just eaten. Medication and a feeling of being unwell are not conducive to a good appetite, but by using ones imagination the same food can be made interesting and eating enjoyable.
  •     Do not eat boiled food: there is a difference between eating low salt and non- spicy food and boiled food.
  • Use freshly ground ginger , garlic, onion in your cooking
  • Spices like zeera, ajwain, hing are know for their digestive powers
  • Use cardamom, cinnamon, cloves, curry leaves, for their aromas and flavors
  • Use tomato for cooking, it adds to the texture of food and has antioxidant properties
  • Blanche your vegetables to leach out the potassium but do not boil them before cooking 
  • Make some snacks at home for munching:
  • Unsalted potato chips can be sun dried and cooked whenever hunger strikes
  • Unsalted homemade namkeens
  • Homemade Mathis without baking pd or meetha soda are a good substitute for biscuits
  • To avoid over loading on salt:
  • Avoid the salt shaker on the table, avoid chat masala
  • Avoid pappads, pickles
  • Use home made unsalted butter, avoid processed cheese
  • Use fresh meat, vegetables, fruits instead of canned variety
  • Be innovative in your menu: to keep your food interesting change the menu keeping in mind the protein and meal break up
  • Exercise: Be sure to check with your doctor before any exercise programme. A 30 min brisk walk will benefit
  • By increasing energy levels
  • By improving muscle strength and physical functioning
  • By improving blood pressure control
  • By better control of body weight