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Guide To Diabetes Diet And Nutrition

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By : John Goldman    99 or more times read
Submitted 2009-08-18 08:27:53
What all you consume is connected to the sugar amounts present in the blood. Right foodstuff choices would definitely help controlling the sugar levels. There isn't anything called diabetic diet.

You doctor might recommend you to see a dietician who would design a meal plan for you. The meal plan would help you to decide for what all foodstuffs you should be including in your diet so also the quantity.

Healthy diet usually contains 40% to about 60% of calories from the carbohydrates, 30% from fats and 20$ from the proteins. Recently the doctors have learned, eating certain types of sugar doesn't cause any harm to the people. You need to keep a track of sugar that you consume so also try and avoid adding sugar to the foodstuffs.

What all could possibly be consumed?

Mostly, for every meal you can have a choice of having about two to five choices of the carbohydrates, once choice for the protein and some amounts of fats. You can consult your dietitian in order to get specific advice.


Protein is mostly found in poultry, meat, dairy products, meat, vegetables and beans. Eating more of fish and poultry than eating red meat is advisable. However, avoid eating the poultry skin also trim down the fats from meat. Choosing reduced fat dairy products like yoghurts and cheese is advisable.


Carbohydrates could be found on vegetables, fruits, dairy products, beans, also in the starchy products like breads. Eating fresh fruits than consuming those canned fruits is advisable. You might also want to eat frozen, canned or fresh vegetables. Condiments like non fat mayonnaise, mustard, and ketchup too are carbohydrates.


Margarine, oils, lard and butter add fats to the foodstuffs. Fats are also found in various meat and dairy products. However, try avoiding mayonnaise dishes, fried foodstuffs, bacon, egg yolks and the high in fat dairy products.

Your dietician would also tell you the amount of fats that you should be easting every day. While eating those fat free foodstuffs, you need checking label as to see the carbohydrate grams that they contain. These products at times also have some amounts of added sugar.

What if the sugar level is above or below the normal levels?

If the sugar level in the blood is low then you might become tired, cranky, shaky, tired or sweaty. This is known as hypoglycaemia condition. This could happen after exercising or working out hard.

You need to check the blood sugar levels at first and then drink regular soda or the fruit juice. If the blood sugar level is low then you might want to drink it right away.

This would help bringing back the blog sugar levels to the norm. However, if you feel very much thirsty, have a blurred vision or urinate a lot then the blood sugar level is high.

Therefore, it's important to check out the blood sugar levels and consult the doctor in order to get the right advice on which types of foodstuffs need to be consumed.
Author Resource:- John Goldman is one of the foremost advisors in matters relating to Health and Fitness .To learn more about Physical Fitness visit John Goldman's Health And Fitness Page
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