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Is The Scarsdale Diet Okay For Diabetics
Refers to all the physical matter humans (like all living creatures) must take in on a recurring basis; only partially for energy. Like all life on planet humans are open systems which keep tearing down their structure & require intake of atoms/molecules from which to rebuild their structure. Intestinal lining cells replaced ~every 3 days. CaPO4 in bones ~every 6 years, ...Read more
Low carbs: Simple sugars and processed carbs should be avoided or limited. This includes any flour product. The fine grind makes absorption quick, and spikes your blood sugar which increases Insulin and promotes weight gain. Good fats such as olive oil and coconut oil are fine in sensible amounts. Eat a rainbow of organic vegetables and just enough protein. ...Read more
Diet: It depends. It's not fasting for sure! You will need to work with a dietitian to get one established for you. If you are overweight, it is one, if you are normal weight person, it is different. There are many ada diets but again, each one needs to be individually tailored to your needs. ...Read more
Absolutely!: Diabetics are at increased risk for developing many other diseases and should follow a strict diet of meat, fish, non-starchy vegetables, nuts, olives, seeds. Diabetics should moderate intake of fruits, grains (oats, wheat, etc), and baked goods. Diabetics should avoid pasta, cereals, sugar, and artificial sweeteners. ...Read more
Healthy Lifestyle: Fad diets and some juice diets can be associated with health risks. A healthy lifestyle with a balance of fruits, vegetables, grains, proteins & fats is best. You will be missing out on important nutrients if you only drink juice. Juice may be high in vitamins but is mostly sugar. This much sugar will have an effect on your blood glucose levels & how much Insulin is needed to control it. ...Read more
Several small meals: You should visit the hospital dietitian which is usually free of charge. Most diabetic should eat several small meals during the day with a total carbs 260 g, however this will change dependent upon how bad your blood sugar is running and your weight, your height, and your activities. ...Read more
Good Food: Good foods for someone with diabetes are the same as good foods for someone without diabetes. Maintaining a balance between carbs (sugar & starch), protein, and fat is one goal. Another is emphasizing complex carbs over simple carbs to spread sugar absorption out over a longer timeframe and reduce "spikes" in blood sugar. Complex carbs = whole grain, starchy vegetables, beans. ...Read more
Healthy diabetic eating includes
limiting foods that are high in sugar
eating smaller portions, spread out over the day
being careful about when and how many carbohydrates you eat
eating a variety of whole-grain foods, fruits and vegetables every day
eating less fat
limiting your use of alcohol
using less salt. ...Read more
Diet for diabetes: Healty diet with lots of fruits and vegetables, berries blue berries, very lean meat-small amounts, wild salmon or sardines, lots of salads, and only oil use should be extra virgin olive oil. Keep sugars very low. Learn about low glycemic foods (google it). No soda or diet drinks. Walnuts and almonds are good snacks. Avoid cheese and whole milk. Use skim milk. Keep weight normal. ...Read more
No sugar, low carb: Diabetes is a disease of sugar and carbohydrates. You need to limit them at all costs. Insulin, the storage hormone of sugar and carbs, in excess causes inflammation and most preventable disease in this country: heart disease, high blood pressure and the most common cancers (breast, colon, prostate). Rheumatism is a disease of inflammation as well, both dm and RA are linked and related to diet. ...Read more
Quite a lot:
Well... not huge amounts in childhood onset type 1. Huge importance in adult onset type II. First, with weight loss a far amount of people can become non-diabetic (bariatric surgery, generally needed). WIth a reasonable amt of either/both diet and /or exercise, the diabetes improves/is easier to control.
Without an actual examination, I cannot give specific medical advice on your particular health ...Read more
Can't hurt: A diabetic diet limits simple/processed carbohydrates & unhealthy fats, and should include plenty of natural fiber & foods rich in vitamins & minerals, so it is healthy for almost anyone. If you are at increased risk for developing diabetes, following a diabetic diet may decrease your chances of getting the disease. Joining a diabetic friend/family in their diet is a great way to show your support. ...Read more
Not enough space: I'm glad you are concerned about your health and how it's affected by your diet. I don't think there is enough space here to answer. I suggest you talk to your doc and perhaps arrange for a visit with a nutritionist. You need a personalized plan. Best to you and keep taking good care of yourself. ...Read more
Largely No: Diabetes mellitus, though involving many interacting issues, is ↑ed blood sugar. Thus intake of any/all sugar (carbohydrates, starch ; fruits) ↑es blood sugar elevations, compounding the problem/disease. This is true for both ↓ ed internal insulin+amylin production (type 1) or ↓ed response to insulin+amylin (type 2) despite all marketing claims (supposedly healthy carbs) to the contrary. Go hf/lc. ...Read more
Gout and dm diet: ADA 1800cal /day. No sugar. No bread. No muffins. Avoid alcohol, animal fats, organ meats, anchovies, sardines, tuna, salmon, and shellfish. Limit other meats to 4 oz/day. Avoid high fructose corn syrup containing drinks and foods. Add egg whites, quinoa, soy as protein. Eat nonstarch veggies and hi pulp fruits. Whole grains and nuts are excellent. Drink 3 L /day. ...Read more
Low fat with more: Fruits and vegetables. Limiting anything that can lead to cholesterol increase is best. Medical therapy is also appropriate. ...Read more
Gout dm diet: Optimal features - take in tart cherry juice +tart cherries, 10/day. Add Lemon extract 2 tblspns/day. Avoid alcohol, animal fats, organ meats, anchovies, sardines, tuna, salmon, and shellfish. Limit other meats to 4 oz/day. Avoid high fructose corn syrup containing drinks and foods. Add egg whites, quinoa, soy as protein. Eat only of pulpy fruit and non starch veggies. No bread. Drink 3 L /day. ...Read more
Monitor: Hi. I'm glad your type 2 diabetes is well controlled. Don't forget, "diet & exercise" seldom work for long, and there are some great type 2 drugs out there. I'd say try any fruit and monitor your response. Some fruits are sweeter than others (e.g., tomatoes are a fruit and have little sugar). Let your glycemic response be your guide. ...Read more
You think?: Read this short article: https://www. Kaushikmd. Com/type-2-diabetes-what-is-it/ ...Read more
Healthy life style: Healthy eating meaning less carbohydrates, more vegetables, fruits and regular exercise are likely to help to prevent or delay onset of diabetes type 2. Healthy life style may also minimize the health problems related to those who already have diabetes. Maintaining ideal body weight and preventing obesity is most important. ...Read more
Please tell me what will be the proper diet of a diabetic man after angioplasty at the age of 56?
See: http://www. Nejm. Org/doi/pdf/10.1056/NEJMoa1200303
for a scientific article regarding this diet and
http://www. Mediterraneanbook. Com/download-free-cookbook-weekly-mediterranean-diet-meal-plan/? gclid=CIeqtNCruL4CFQdbfgodB1cAkg
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Can you please explain why a diet high in vegetables and low in fats recommended is for diabetics?
Nuts...: Salads are the best.Get a more detailed answer ›
What are good healthy ways for a type 1 diabetic to lose weight? Are some diets better than others?
What to do if I am pre- diabetic, but dr didn't give me a clear direction of diet, just a printout?
See below: Try to stay away from processed foods, like white flour, many cakes and high sugar foods. Fat and protein won't affect your condition as much as sugar and processed foods from grains will. Low fiber, highly processed foods enter the blood stream fast, raise your insulin, get stored easily as fat and may contribute to worsening your condition. Vegetables are high in fiber- low in sugar- eat them ...Read more
I am 23 and diabetic and weight is 89 kgs. .. can I do kick boxing exercise and what diet should I take?
You need to loose weight. If you are average size then probably 60-70 kg should be your weight. If the Diabetes is not from Insulin Def. And only due to excessive weight then you will be able to get off the diabetic medicine. You should monitor Blood sugar well, hydrate well
AND TALK TO YOUR DOCTOR FOR DETAILED DIET/ ADVISE AND SUPERVISION.
OR CALL HT PRIME ...Read more