One of the foremost obstacles diabetics face every day is what kind of food to eat. Those diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes need to be careful what they eat. Too much or too little sugar could grossly affect blood sugar levels and may lead to hyperglycemia or hypoglycemia… both considered as medical emergencies.
Among the macronutrients, carbohydrates hold the most significance for diabetics mainly because its building block is sugar. Sugar is our main source of energy. And as we all know, diabetics have problems managing their blood sugar levels.
By learning what kind of food contains carbohydrates and how much you should eat in a day, can help you better manage your blood sugar and avoid any untoward events. There are three kinds of carbohydrates: sugar, starch and fiber. In food labels, the term “Total Carbohydrate” refers to all three… this amount is what you should look out for in foods.
If you could push a button and your diabetes and weight issues would disappear, would you do it?
Most people “lie” to themselves when they think about becoming diabetic free or how much weight they’d like to lose. They say, “I’d like to stop taking diabetic medication and lose 15 or 20 points.” Then, when they try to imagine the “what if” doubt and fear steps in and stops them in their tracks.
When we get 60 pounds overweight or more, another 20 pounds is barely noticeable. This is one of the reasons why we remain on diabetic drugs and keep gaining additional weight – another 5 pounds is hard to notice.
BUT… if you’d like to finally get off insulin or other diabetes medication, and get ALL the way down to your Sexiest, most Confident weight – once and for all. AND… if you’d like to get my personal support to make it happen, then check this out…
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The question I often ask when someone has been diagnosed with Diabetes is, What Did You Eat!
When it comes to understanding basic food selections for diabetes, it can be complicated to the brightest of individuals. This podcast will give you some simple but practical solutions to making better choices when it comes to dealing with diabetes; and your diet directly impacts the effect Diabetes has on your body.
Misleading Diabetic Meal Plans
When working with a Diabetic Meal Plan, the number one issue has to do with choices in selecting the right type of food dish or items that will not affect their blood sugar levels, and I’m amazed at how little knowledge a diabetic has. Most of the information can be very misleading and actually cause more harm to you. This podcast will address some basic, but helpful information to control your diabetes with a new lifestyle.Read more
News has just been reported that ABC News reporter Robin Roberts needs a bone marrow transplant and her sister is a match. This is her latest battle with Cancer and you have to wonder why this is happening to her again.
Cancer affects a million Americans daily, and it appears to be getting worse with each passing day. Could it possibly be lifestyle choices that we make, thinking that we’re immortal and can go about life living as if what happens to us just happens?
I don’t think so. This new way of life is so hard to change to one that gives you a better quality of life. Maybe it’s pressure from our peers that’s causing us to lose focus and direction.Read more
Type-2 Diabetes is no joke, but luckily for us, a vegetable-based high-nutrient diet is a great way to prevent and fight Diabetes. 30 million Americans have Diabetes, and through food awareness and educating people on how eating plant-based food can prevent and reverse diabetes, we can finally make a difference.
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