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Monday, June 20, 2011

Managing Blood Sugar Levels With The Diabetic Diet

By Frank Woods

A diet designed for diabetics has to be carefully considered with the help of your doctor. A lot of people mistakenly think that once they have been diagnosed with diabetes, then that is the end of carbohydrates and all sugar. According to this view, about all one can eat is high protein foods and maybe some vegetables. The fact is, you can have much more diversity than this, though your own doctor has to guide you of course. Of course you must monitor your levels of blood glucose. So you really have to consider your overall diet and keep in balance. To help guide you when it comes to your diabetic diet, we'll be covering some useful points.

One thing you have to be careful about when you're diabetic is the amount of alcohol you consume. In fact, you should consult your doctor before drinking any alcohol, as everyone's situation is a little different. Diabetics have to be careful about their blood sugar and the number of calories they consume, and alcohol can be problematic on both counts. In this way, alcohol is like anything that can raise your blood sugar; you have to be careful with it. So, as a diabetic being moderate with everything is especially crucial. You have to be careful so you do not gain excess weight which can easily happen.

You've certainly been given a diet to follow, either by your doctor, dietician or other medical adviser. You then have to pay attention to it. Avoid the temptation to stray from the recommended foods as well as the suggested serving sizes. If you have Type 2 diabetes, then you really have to avoid as much excess fat as possible. With this kind of diabetes, fat can affect how your body reacts to insulin, which can be harmful. Diabetics can also face increased risk of heart problems, which can be reduced by controlling your weight.

Women with gestational diabetes need to pay particular attention when it comes to eating properly. The recommended strategy in these cases is to eat regularly but in small quantities, sticking to the right foods. Forgetting meals can have dangerous consequences in such cases. Complications regarding the pregnancy can result from missing meals. If your meals are planned at specific times, you won't have to worry about forgetting them.

The diabetic diet is important for everybody who has one of the forms of diabetes. However, adhering to this diet plan and having good discipline is more important depending on certain factors. Your diet can be flexible enough to permit foods that aren't ideal but that you don't want to give up. You do, however, have to watch the amounts of such foods that you consume, and follow your doctor's recommendations at all times. The one factor that has to be remembered is that your blood sugar level must be monitored consistently to ensure you're not out of balance with your diet.

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