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Diabetic Food Exchange List
Trans fats & sugars: Cholesterol does not cause heart disease but inflammation does, so whether cholesterol is high or low it's best to avoid foods that cause inflammation- esp. Trans fats (fried foods) and sugars! see http://www.Sott.Net/article/242516-heart-surgeon-speaks-out-on-what-really-causes-heart-disease & http://www.Cbn.Com/cbnnews/healthscience/2012/october/cholesterol-myth-what-really-causes-heart-disease/. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Do even expensive restaurants hire immigrant helpers? Id so, is there greater risk of food poisoning?
Back office employee: Most restaurants including expensive ones hire minority and immigrant employees as they generally are good workers and will work for less money. Food poisoning is a constant worry in any restaurant and most have strict internal rules to prevent this. These rules are more likely to be followed in an expensive restaurant so enjoy your experience there. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Id dr., HIV undetc. Glucose fasting again at 126. Are there any new HIV drugs rto help gluc. Eat well, ride m bike, don't drink or eat sweets.Feno 200m?
Eat Healthy.: No specific foods to avoid. As a diabetic eat a healthy diet with general avoidance of high simple sugar intake. There is no prohibition on any food, but you should use common sense and measure bg to get an idea of which foods are reasonable and which are not. If gastritis is due to medications, treatment is to avoid those meds or add additional protective treatment not avoid foods. ...Read more
All are OK: All fruits and everything else are ok on a diabetes diet, if the diet is balanced and appropriate for the patient. Consult a registered dietitian for more information. There is no "magic" or "forbidden" food. Eat three meals/day, don't snack, and stay lean with proper diet and exercise. ...Read more
No: This is a colloquialism that refers to the fast food genre, candy, etc. ...Read more
Something else.: You are suffering from something else. Body "acidity" is not generaly user adjustable. Alterations in acid status indicate very serious underlying illness and are usually life threatening. If you eat a regular vegetarian diet your "acid" status will be normal. If you are having symptoms that are bothersome see someone about it. ...Read more
Forget diet: Forget the concept of diet foods. You will be setting yourself up. As a bariatric surgeon who looks at people that are successful at losing weight and more importantly keeping it off, concentrate on changing your eating habits. Reduce the sweets but don't fully eliminate. Increase vegetables and less fast food. Don't forget to include exercise regimen, any kind including walking. ...Read more
Fruits and diabetes: You can eat any fruit you like but before each fruit new to you check your blood sugar before you eat it and check again before you start eating your next food intake. That does not mean you should not take and enjoy fruit. It just means that you may have to mildly adjust your diabetes medication. Enjoy and share with family and friends. ...Read more
See below: Bulgur wheat is a healthy choice on a diabetes diet. In fact, the american diabetes association lists bulgur as one of the best choices of whole-grain foods for people with diabetes. One cup of cooked bulgur contains approximately 33 g of total carbohydrate.The amount of carbohydrates you eat will always raise your blood sugar. So be very careful and check with your md. ...Read more
Immune mediated enteropathy.Gluten free. Ongoing bowel issues. Not coeliac.any other possible food causes? Corn possible irritant? GF food ubiquitous
???????: There are many possibilities with gut sensitivities.A variety of food additives (#40 red or others) can trigger Irritable bowel symptoms. One GS patient I follow has test positive cross reactions to milk, casein,egg, corn chocolate and others but can handle small amounts. There are labs that test for IgG, IgA and IgE food reactions that might be available to you. ...Read more
MANY: There is not enough space to tell you, but the American Diabetes Association (ADA) has a good web-site to educate you on what foods are best for a diabetic patient... http://www.diabetes.org/food-and-fitness/food/what-can-i-eat/ Generally, avoid carbohydrates and concentrated sweets as well. Best wishes. ...Read more
Why pre-diabetic? No family history, fit, exercise daily, body fat 16-18% (maybe could lose 5 lbs of fat), don't eat lots of sugar. Fasting gluc 110.
See below: Stevia is usually sugar-free... You have to learn to read the labels. Be careful because multi-dextran is a sugar, products, ending with the letters OSE are usually sugars. If you have any further questions don't hesitate to contact me. You can get a lot more firstname.lastname@example.org by reading our newsletters. Hope this helps. ...Read more
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