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Sunday, April 8, 2012

Continue to Eat Carbohydrates With The Right Diabetic Diet

By Jim Anderson

Many people believe they have recieved a life long disease with their diagnosis of Diabetes. With a Diabetic diet this does not have to be the case. While Type I Daibetes may be regulated with correct diet, Type II Diabetics may beat the disease all together. With the proper diet you can reverse your condition and get off your medications all together. Once you get your diet under control, you may be able to eliminate complications for as long as you want. Most people agree that carbs are best kind and most missed type of food when it comes to diets. This diet will include carbohydrates!

Eating Carbohydrates is all about a healthy ratio. The proper Diabetic diet has a goal of 50% Carbohydrates, 30% Fats and 20% Proteins. Doctors used to suggest cutting out all carbs - all of them, totally. Today that is not the case for Diabetics. Studies show that carbs fuel the body more than anything and abruptly stopping them causes problems. Increased proteins and fats cause added strain on the kidneys which process them. Kidney issues are common with Diabetes. Eat carbs just watch for the quantity and the form they come in.

Yes! Carbohydrates will be a part of your Diabetic diet and they come in three different types. Fiber, Starches and Sugars. Fiber is also known as roughage. Its in fruits and vegetables and 2 to 5 grams per serving is suggested. Next are Starches. Here we have the basics of potatoes, whole grains, peas, beans and legumes. Thirdly and most importantly, Sugars. Although they occur naturally in fruits and milks, sugar is added to almost everything. Its a food additive in nearly all the food we eat. So watch the carbs and try for 13 grams per 100 calories. You may adjust that as you practice with the ratios.

For Type I Diabetics, the amount of sugar you take in must be closely monitored so insulin doses may be adjusted. You must monitor both natural and added sugars to know how much insulin to take. Type II Diabetics have a little more wiggle room overall. With the correct diet, Diabetics may no longer need medication.

The type of sugar, that is, the form it comes in is very important. Sugar is natural but you also have to read labels. Go with whole fruit not fruit juice and regular sugar not high fructose corn syrup.

To sum it up. Too much HFCS goes straight to the liver and can shut down insulin production. Search out a good Diabetic diet (or hire a nutritionist) and with the proper diet, you can better manage your disease while totally avoiding complications. Diabetes is not a life sentence and medication may be a thing of the past.

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