Benvenuto Cazo! I don't know about
a specific diet for kidney/kidney transplants or if there are diet concerns regarding the immunosuppressive medication you are taking. However, I will tell you what works for blood sugar control, which has been working for me.
First, please read the "stickies at the top of the diabetes forum" for general information and also the link in my signature below. The link goes to a website which has many areas including research if you are interested.
You understand that the more carbohydrates you eat, the higher the blood sugar rises. This means any food made with flour and/or sugar, potatoes, and rice. Honestly, it's this simple.
So, proteins like meats/fish/chicken are great. Most vegetables and greens are great: bell peppers, eggplant, mushrooms, zucchini, broccoli, cauliflower, asparagus, cucumbers, cabbage, spinach, lettuce and all the leafy greens we eat as salads. Also, olives, radishes, most cheese, unsweetened yogurt, nuts, celery are good.
I don't know if there is a specific reason you are having no-fat milk and yogurt. For blood sugar these sometimes have more carbs than regular milk or cream and yogurt. A few blueberries or other berries a day should be fine if eaten with food and not alone.
Other factors to consider: working out and walking will help control blood sugar (and blood pressure) in the long run but if you test your blood sugar right after exercise, it might be elevated and that is normal. Wine is ok if it is not
Of course, please consult your doctor. I am not a doctor but I am writing what works for me to control my blood sugar.
Where in Italy are you from?
Laniediabetes moderatordiabetes type 2 controlled by diet and exercise and
very low carb way of eating Check out the following site for more info on blood sugar:www.phlaunt.com/diabetes/