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Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Just Some Diabetic Diet Guidelines

By Amanda Maseko

With the right recipes, even if you have diabetes, it does not mean you cannot enjoy good food, it just means that there are a few limits. Being in control of your diet is a good thing whether you have diabetes or not, and it can reduce the risk of you contracting it, but as most diabetics know, it is a good way to help improve the symptoms if you do. However, if you do have to live with diabetes then you need to sort out your diabetic diet plan.

Weight is generally a problem when you are a diabetic and the goal is to get that weight off and keep it off. Another important thing to remember is to eat a healthily from all four food groups and keeping to you diabetic diet.

Heart disease and strokes are two complications often associated with diabetes but the risk of these can be reduced if the sufferer sticks to a healthy diabetic diet. The diabetic diet plan is low-fat and has been created to help with the problems associated with diabetes such as fatigue, blurred vision and thirst, it should also help increase energy levels.

A healthy eating plan incorporates a wide range of foods including, lean meat, poultry, fish, vegetables, fruit, whole grains, non-fat dairy products and beans. A low-carb option may be something you are restricted to where foods such as meat, poultry, fish, cheese, eggs are ok and certain vegetables like kidney beans, carrots and avocados for instance. The diabetic diet has been designed to reduce the amount of saturated fat and cholesterol you consume and ensure that your poultry is skinless as well as eating fresh fruit and vegetables.

Weighing your food when you're on a diabetic diet is as important as the foods you consume so you receive the correct amount of calories. Also check the food labels when you shop because they contain useful information and daily intake amounts which are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.

For example, your breakfast on 2,000 calorie diabetic diet might consist of something like this, a cup of skimmed milk or sugar free yoghurt, a couple of slices of bread, rice cakes or pasta if you prefer, an egg prepared your favorite way and a serving of fruit. A breakfast on a 1,800 calorie diabetic diet would look something like this; a cup of skimmed milk with two slices of bread a serving of fruit (apple, banana or orange) and a tablespoon of cheese.

With your balanced diet you would be able to have an afternoon snack which could be some fruit and a couple of crackers washed down with a half cup of tea or coffee but only with artificial sweeteners. An alternative to this would be a cup of milk or yogurt in place of the tea. There is no reason for you to believe that you can no longer enjoy your food if you're restricted to a diabetic diet, there is plenty of variety if you know you plan and use your imagination.

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