عنوان مقاله [English]
In recent decades, the theory of robust optimization has been introduced as a powerful tool for optimizing uncertain processes. Regarding the Uncertainty of the glycemic load of consumed food, the main purpose of this article is to provide an optimal Iranian diet using a robust optimization to adjust the glycemic load in patients with type 2 diabetes. Diabetes type 2 is a devastating disease, in addition to cardiovascular disease, infectious and kidney diseases, causes insulin resistance and cancer and drugs of cholesterol-lowering have an increased risk of cardiovascular complications and incidence of cancer. Indeed, adjustment of nutrition is important to prevent and control or reduce the complications of diabetes. In this paper, due to the uncertainty of the glycemic load of foods, with collecting necessary nutritional information, the Iranian diet model is determined and analyzed by robust optimization method. According to this, 75 cases of food (42 Iranian food, 10 Foodstuffs for breakfast, 20 types of fruits and Fruit juices and 3 types of dairy products) have been studied locally. The benefits of this model are the ability to adapt according to the person's tastes and opinion of the nutritionist with minimizing changes for the current diet of the individual.
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