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Monday, June 27, 2011

Diabetes and Your Diet -What You Should Know

By Athena Hunter

The truth about the diabetic diet is that it does not exist as a particular diet that only includes certain foods. Diet simply means what you're eating and this diet is perfect for anyone.

Foods with low glycemic rating are often recommended for diabetics. Foods with a low GI rating don't cause a huge spike in your blood sugar levels. What you want to avoid is an unstable situation with your blood sugar.

Eating high GI rated foods can be connected to obesity. It can be dangerous to be obese when you're also diabetic. It can be difficult to manage the serious risks that can be caused by excess weight.

It's important to limit the amount of highly processed foods you eat because they are often high in calories, sugars, and unhealthy, saturated fats. Diabetics really need to be careful to avoid gaining weight. White, refined sugar is highly processed and essentially contains empty calories. Empty calories lack nutritional value and are almost immediately converted into fat. The only way to prevent that is to either burn the calories or not eat them in the first place. So if you don't already read the labels when shopping, you should start now.

Diabetics are at increased risk for developing heart disease. So in addition to managing blood sugar, it is imperative to also take care of your cardiovascular health. Avoid high cholesterol and high blood pressure. You should have your cholesterol levels checked if you haven't already. You should also be avoiding foods that are high in saturated fats.

Diabetics are at an increased risk for heart diseases, strokes, and other related diseases, for example. For this reason, it's critical for diabetics to watch their cholesterol levels and their blood pressure. Fats like omega-3's are the best kind to consume because your body does need fat to function properly.

Talking to your doctor about carbohydrate substitution is important, however. There are can sometimes be exceptions to the rule, and you need to make sure it is safe for you to do that.

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