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Saturday, July 2, 2011

If You Have Diabetes A Diabetic Diet Can Surely Help

By Athena Hunter

Diabetics may not realize how much control they actually have over their condition. The strategy that is the diabetic diet takes the condition into account. You can make your condition worse if you eat too much of the wrong foods. Talk to your doctor to find out what foods you should be eating. You'll still have a wide variety of foods you can enjoy with diabetes so your diet won't become boring and bland. Here are some tips to help you adjust to following the diabetic diet.

Foods with a low glycemic rating are often recommended for diabetics. Foods with a low GI rating don't produce a huge spike in blood sugar levels. The idea is to keep your blood sugar levels stable.

Your doctor or dietician should be able to provide you with a well thought out diabetic diet plan. It will only help you if you stick to it, though. Avoid the temptation to stray from the recommended foods as well as the suggested serving sizes. The kind and amount of fat in your diet must be watched if you have Type 2 diabetes. You can become less sensitive to insulin from too much fat with Type 2 diabetes, which poses a danger. When you have diabetes and you're overweight, there's also an increased risk for heart problems, so that's another reason to watch your fat and calorie intake.

Diabetics have a higher risk of developing heart disease. So you need to take care of your cardiovascular health as well as manage your blood sugar. Medical conditions like high blood pressure need to be avoided. You should have your cholesterol levels checked if you haven't already. Then be sure you avoid eating foods that are high in saturated fats.

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

A diabetic diet can help anyone with diabetes control this disease and help to manage the symptoms. The particular diet you choose will depend of course on your particular condition. It is possible to still enjoy certain foods you love to eat. Within the limits of what your doctor advises, you can include most kinds of foods as long as you watch your portions and the frequency with which you indulge. As you notice the effect of various foods on your blood sugar levels, you, with your doctor's help, can find the right diet that balances your health with enjoying your meals.

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