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Saturday, May 28, 2011

What is the Diabetes Diet

By Hugo E. Cercil

I have seen a dude with diabetes watch what he eats. It was not a pretty sight: he was staring at all those sweet stuffs and wanting them, but not reaching. I wondered how he felt, and I knew that it wasn't good. But he wanted to stay alive badly enough, so he help on.

You need a lot of low-fat foods in your diabetes diet. If you ask me, I'd say yogurt is a total no-no. Rather, I'd suggest lots of fresh and fibrous foods in the interest of your health. You will be surprised how incredibly effective this simple tip is to helping you stay alive from this condition.

You know what I did when I got my list of 'new' meals for a diabetes diet? I wrote them all down in a list. I asked the doctor to specify how far I could starch my possibilities, and she told me. I then broke them down into days of the week and meals of the day. And when I cook, boy, do I make a feast of each meal! You could do the same for yourself too, you know. It doesn't all have to end because you can't ever eat a king's burger.

Think of your diabetes diet this way: you eating pretty much the same things that you used to eat, only with more of the fruits and vegetables, and less of the carbohydrate and oils. I have heard that thinking that way helps you swallow the next morsel.

As a diabetic, you need much fresh fruits and vegetables in your diet. Some of them contain sugar and starch, and you should keep those to the minimum so that you don't react adversely. Otherwise, indulge yourself away; life can still be fun, even with diabetes.

The idea behind a diabetes diet is for you to eat foods that your metabolism can handle in spite of the condition. What you need to is to find out which foods your system cannot metabolize keep away from those ones. Then, you should eat the foods that your system has no trouble taking care of.

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