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    Total calorie need in kilocalories
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    An_251956 posted:
    I am Diabetic 2 over 27 yrs.My age is 69 yrs.My height is 174 cms
    My weight is 149 pounds.My HB1ac is 6.8.I do 1 hour Yoga& Pranayam
    & 50 minutes of moderate speed walk everyday.I spend moderate activelife.My tredmill test for heart is negative,Eco is normal.Blood sugar
    is under good control with medicines & diet,Exercize .Now the querry is-
    What is the total requirement of Kilo calories per a day to me?
    Accordingly what is the total diet requirement? How is it to be distributed
    through out the day? a diet chart please!
    Thanks!
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