nigerian food timetable for diabetic patient

1 Week Nigerian Food Timetable for Diabetic Patients

Find the best Nigerian food timetable for diabetic patient with the one-week meal plan you can adopt and fight diabetes in your body.

In our previous guide, we shared everything you need to know about diabetes, types, symptoms, food to avoid and the best local Nigerian food recipes for someone with diabetes. Read here

We have also share working tips on how to lose some weight and burn calories  in your body as this is very important for someone who is overweight with diabetic symptoms. Read here

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Nigerian Food Timetable for Diabetic Patient – Weekly Food Diet Plan to Follow:


Below is a one-week meal plan to help diabetic Nigerians stay healthy and relaxed without always thinking about what to eat next.

MONDAY

  • Breakfast: Lipton tea or green tea with whole wheat bread
  • Lunch: Unripe plantain fufu with vegetable soup and fish
  • Dinner: Guinea corn pap with moi mom

TUESDAY

  • Breakfast: Guinea corn pap with moi moi or akara
  • Lunch: Wheat meal with okra soup
  • Dinner: Unripe plantain with garden egg stew

WEDNESDAY

  • Breakfast: Oats with moi moi or wheat bread
  • Lunch: Jollof brown basmati rice with fish and vegetable
  • Dinner: Unripe plantain with stew or pepper soup

THURSDAY

  • Breakfast: Lipton tea with wheat bread and boiled eggs
  • Lunch: Wheat meal fufu with edikaikong soup
  • Dinner: Pepper soup

FRIDAY

  • Breakfast: Boiled water yam with vegetable stew
  • Lunch: Okro soup with unripe plantain fufu or wheat meal
  • Dinner: Ewa agonyin

SATURDAY

  • Breakfast: Akara and guinea corn pap
  • Lunch: Uripe plantain porridge
  • Dinner: Vegetable ogbono soup with wheat fufu

SUNDAY

  • Breakfast: Tea with wheat bread and boiled egg
  • Lunch: Brown basmati rice and stew with chicken or fish served with vegetable salad
  • Dinner: Pepper soup

While this Nigerian food timetable for diabetic patient will help you fight diabetes in your body, it doesn’t in any way replace the need to see a medical doctor for more advice.

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