Instead of milk i can include egg, but doctor suggested that only white part of egg i shld eat.
ther is no alternate for Milk.
In dosa there is urad dal, rice, methi.
and i can increase vegetables.
do we need to show to doctor for general physician or particular endocrinologist?
Becs now i am showing to a general physician. i am afaraid if i change a doctor....
thank you for providing more information. yes i could tell from your diet you are vegetarian -- ok -- eggs are a good source of protein so you should include them. Also cheese is a good choice. I think your doctor wishes you to only eat the white because of the fat in the yolk. for a diabetic the fat is not bad as it helps slow rise in blood sugar. whole eggs will be fine to eat.
what do vegetarians eat for protein in india ?? is Tofu available ?
in the UK I would drink tea as an alternative to milk -- but the tea would be black ( with no milk or sugar ). i looked up the ingredients in the dosa and all the beans and rice have about 15-20 grams of carbohydrate in 100 grams weight. this is fairly high.
are you able to get soya beans to use as a substitute to grind up for the dosa ? they only contain 5 grams carb per 100 grams weight.
you have done very well ( excellent in fact )in reducing your HbA1c in such a short time -
start by showing to your general doctor but go to the endocrinologist if the general docter doesn't help.
are you able to get more modern insulins as Patti asked you ??