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10 Best Fiber Foods for Diabetes
 
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Here are list of 10 best fiber foods for diabetes. These are the best foods to eat if you have diabetes be it type 1 or type 2. Download Diabetes Management Book: https://goo.gl/lcGJhv Today I want to give you my Top 10 Best Fiber Foods for diabetes. After you watch the video today, I invite you check out the description box for my new ebook. This is one of the most comprehensive diabetes meal planning book you can find. It contains diabetes friendly meals/recipes, recipes for different goals such as 800-1800 calories per day meal plan, diabetes meal planning tips and tricks. There are also tons of diabetes friendly recipes for everyone! Diana Rodriguez lives not too far from me. She is an amazing journalist and I want to give her some props for helping me out with this video. As a group, Americans fall far short on the recommended amount of fiber people should eat every day. This deficiency can be especially harmful when you're trying to manage diabetes and possibly lose weight. When you have diabetes, increasing your daily fiber intake has many benefits, including improving your heart health and helping to maintain blood sugar control. According to a research review published in the Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine, a diet that’s high in fiber may even help lower your A1C test results, which measures your average blood sugar control over two to three months. “The average amount of fiber consumed in the United States is only 10 to 20 grams per day,” says Meredith Nguyen, RD, a registered dietitian with the diabetes self-management program at Methodist Charlton Medical Center in Dallas. The Institute of Medicine recommends daily fiber totals based on your age and gender: Men under 50 years old should get 38 grams per day Men over 50 should get 30 grams per day Women under 50 years old should get 25 grams per day Women over 50 should get 21 grams per day The American Diabetes Association recommends a goal of 25 to 30 grams of fiber per day. Dietitians recommend eating more foods with fiber to achieve these daily goals, but fiber supplements could also be an option. Why Do I Need Fiber? There are many reasons for including fiber in your daily diet. For starters, fiber helps slow the rise in blood sugar that can occur after a meal. “Fiber also works to decrease cholesterol and provides bulk in the diet that helps to naturally decrease hunger,” explains Ann Walker, RD, LD, a registered dietitian at the Cray Diabetes Self-Management Center at the University of Kansas Medical Center in Kansas City. That also makes it a good addition for people on a heart-healthy diet geared toward maintaining a healthy weight. Nguyen, who points out that you can experience greater advantages with even more daily fiber, says you might aim for 44 to 50 grams a day for the best blood-sugar control benefits. This might seem like an impossibly high goal if your fiber consumption is like that of the average American, but with baby steps and good planning, you can get there.
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6 Foods That Don't Raise Blood Sugar Levels for Diabetic
 
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1. Flaxseeds Flaxseeds are rich in fiber and omega-3 fatty acids. Adding 1 to 2 tbsp. of ground flaxseeds to your diet will not only not raise your blood sugar levels but can actually help blunt the blood sugar level's rise normally experienced after eating. The type of fiber in flaxseeds are mainly soluble and have the property of reducing your blood sugar levels as well as your blood cholesterol levels. 2. Cheese Cheese does not contain any carbohydrates, with the exception of cottage cheese and ricotta cheese, which contain small amounts, or about 3 to 4 g per 1/2 cup serving. Cheese is a good source of protein and calcium. Cheese makes a great snack that won't raise your blood sugar levels and is a good way to add extra protein to your breakfast. 3. Olive Oil Olive oil is a good source of heart-friendly monounsaturated fats, which constitute the cornerstone of the Mediterranean diet. Olive oil does not contain carbohydrates and will not directly influence your blood sugar levels. Use regular olive oil for cooking your vegetables and protein and select extra-virgin olive oil for drizzling over your salad. 4. Meat, Poultry and Fish A healthy diabetes meal plan should include an adequate source of protein at each of your meals. Lean meat and poultry constitute good low-fat options, while fish, eaten two to three times a week, can provide you with the omega-3 fatty acids your body needs to stay healthy and to prevent cardiovascular diseases. These protein sources are free of carbohydrates if you avoid the ones that are breaded or served in a sweet sauce. 5. Nuts and Nut Butter Nuts contain small amounts of carbohydrates, most of them being fiber, and therefore have a modest effect over your blood sugar levels. Cashews are the starchiest of all nuts and are not the best options with about 9 g of carbohydrates per ounce. Stick to other nuts and limit your serving size to about 1 oz., or 1 to 2 tbsp. in the case of nut butter to avoid affecting your blood sugar levels. Avoid sugar-coated nuts and select natural unsweetened nut butter. 6. Nonstarchy Vegetables Nonstarchy vegetables contain small amounts of carbohydrates, but most of these carbohydrates are fiber, which explains why they have little impact over your diabetes control. A diet rich in nonstarchy vegetables can actually help you better manage your blood sugar levels. Include broccoli, leafy greens, tomatoes, Brussels sprouts, turnips, cauliflower, bok choy, onions, mushrooms or asparagus at most of your meals to boost your fiber and antioxidant intake without compromising your blood sugars.
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High-fiber diet may help fight type 2 diabetes
 
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Now the type 2 diabetes can be fought by including high-fiber foods in our daily diet. As per a study led by a Rutgers University-New Brunswick professor, a diet high in fiber rich foods with promotion of a select group of gut bacteria could lead to better blood glucose control, greater weight loss and better lipid levels in people with type 2 diabetes. After a rigorous study of six years, it was found out that eating the right dietary fibers could rebalance the gut microbiota or the ecosystem of bacteria in the gastrointestinal tract that would eventually help digest food and is important for human health. Type 2 diabetes develops when pancreas makes little insulin or when the body doesn't use insulin well. Subscribe to Times Of India's Youtube channel here: http://goo.gl/WgIatu Also Subscribe to Bombay Times Youtube Channel here: http://goo.gl/AdXcgU Social Media Links: Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/TimesofIndia Twitter : https://twitter.com/timesofindia Google + : https://plus.google.com/u/0/+timesindia/posts
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Is Fiber Good For Diabetes?
 
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Is Fiber Good or Bad For Diabetes Download Diabetes Management Book: http://bit.ly/2g0NDAH Hello, I'm Ty Mason from TheDiabetesCouncil.com, researcher, writer and I have type 2 diabetes. Today I'm going to answer the question, is fiber good for diabetes. But before we get into that, make sure you download my free diabetes management book which also includes a diabetes grocery shopping guide (foods to eat and avoid). Time now for another one of my now famous one question quizzes. True or false: Fiber is a carbohydrate. The answer is true. Fiber is a carb. However, since fiber is not broken down by our body, it does not contribute any calories to your diet. But you look on the back of a product at the food label, and there is fiber listed under total carbohydrate. This causes some confusion and has people thinking they need to shy away from fiber. Because we know that carbs have the biggest impact on blood glucose. But fiber is a different type of carb. It isn’t broken down or digested by our bodies. Remember when we calculate GL, we take the total carbs and deduct the fiber for our calculation? The reason being we don’t consider fiber as a “bad” carb. It has no impact whatsoever on our blood sugar. While fiber is a great part of a healthy diabetes diet, it often comes with other carbs that we must be careful of. It is suggested that a healthy person eat at between 20-35 grams of fiber every day. Most Americans don’t eat even half the amount suggested. A study in the New England Journal of Medicine concluded that people with diabetes that ate 50 grams of fiber a day had much better success controlling their blood glucose than those who ate far less. There are actually 2 types of fiber. Insoluble fiber which help keep your digestive tract working well. An example of this type of fiber would be whole wheat bran. Soluble fiber has shown the ability to lower your cholesterol level and improve blood glucose control if eaten in large enough quantities. Oatmeal is an example of this type of fiber. See our video “Oatmeal and Diabetes” for more on the benefits of oatmeal. So, is fiber good for diabetes? Yes it is. And I suggest you add as much fiber as you can to your diet. Here are some ways you can increase your fiber intake: -Eat whole grain products -Eat fruits, vegetables, and legumes and leave the skins on fruits and veggies -Eat whole grain breads and crackers. A bit of warning for you however, increase your fiber intake gradually. Don’t jump to 50 grams today but do so over a period of time. AND drink 6-8 glasses of water per day to avoid constipation. I hope this answered your question is fiber good or bad for diabetes. Don’t forget to get your diabetes management book. Let me know if you have any other diabetes related questions.
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HIGH FIBER DIET | Full Day of Eating Plant-Based Meals
 
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CLICK *SHOW MORE* TO VIEW DESCRIPTION Subscribe to my channel (& click the bell) to be notified when I upload: https://youtube.com/jordanwaddell Bob's Red Mill Chai Protein Powder: http://amzn.to/2EDWdm2 I'm focused on High Fiber Foods today! Fiber is amazing for weight loss, weight management, disease prevention, gut health, longevity and so much much more. I tracked all my vegan, plant-based meals for the day to show you it's possible to get in a lot of good foods that are high in fiber. Make sure you let me know what nutrient you want to me focus on next :) ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ I’m Jordan, and I’m a lover of all things holistic health and wellness. I upload weekly lifestyle videos about: Eating healthy, unprocessed, plant based food Meal planning, prepping, cooking and recipes and life as a graduate college student to become a Nurse Practitioner! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ INSTAGRAM https://www.instagram.com/jordanleighwaddell/ MUSIC Vexento - Lonely Star (Full Track) CAMERA I USE http://amzn.to/2ieog0Y DISCLOSURE Some of the links in the description may be affiliate links, meaning, at no cost to you, I will earn a commission if you click through and make a purchase. Thank you for your support! :) This video is not sponsored. All opinions are my own. Thanks for watching!
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Top 10 Foods for Diabetes Control
 
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Diabetes is a group of metabolic diseases in which there are high blood sugar levels over a prolonged period. Symptoms of high blood sugar include frequent urination, increased thirst, and increased hunger. If left untreated, diabetes can cause many serious long-term complications include heart disease, stroke, chronic kidney failure, foot ulcers, and damage to the eyes. What you eat can help you to control and fight your diabetes. Research proves that making a few key changes to your diet such as eating more produce, fewer refined carbohydrates, plenty of lean protein can help in improving your blood-sugar and cuts the risk of diabetes-related complications. Certain foods are packed with nutrients that stabilise blood sugar levels, protect your heart, and even save your vision from the damaging effects of diabetes. These top 10 foods can help you in controlling Diabetes. Spinach The American Diabetes Association calls spinach a diabetes super food and recommends that you regularly include this dark green leafy non-starchy vegetable in your diet. Besides being rich in vitamins, minerals and phytochemicals, spinach possesses a low glycemic index, which means eating it will help support healthy and stable blood glucose levels. Spinach is low in carbohydrates, containing only 0.83 grams per cup. The fact that spinach contains so few carbohydrates makes it an excellent choice on a diabetes diet. Broccoli Broccoli contains a compound called sulforaphane, which triggers several anti-inflammatory processes that improve blood sugar control and protect blood vessels from the cardiovascular damage that’s often a consequence of diabetes. Olive oil Olive oil is recognized as one of the healthiest edible oils since it contains less saturated fats. It is rich in Omega 9 and Omega 3 which help maintain the flexibility of blood vessels, allowing good blood flow. Olive oil, especially extra virgin, contains tyrosol phenolic compounds such as oleuropein and oleocanthal. These compounds are nature’s most powerful anti-oxidants. Sweet potatoes Sweet potatoes are a good carbohydrate choice for diabetics. The glycemic index of sweet potatoes is a lot lower, which is better for diabetes control, according to a 2002 article in the "American Journal of Clinical Nutrition." Eating sweet potatoes in moderate amounts will help you keep your blood sugar levels in the healthy range even if you have diabetes. Avocados Avocados are an excellent choice for people with diabetes because they are very rich in dietary fiber, vitamins, and minerals and packed with numerous health benefiting plant nutrients. Blueberries Blueberries contain both insoluble fiber (which “flushes” fat out of your system) and soluble fiber (which slows down the emptying of your stomach, and improves blood sugar control). It also contain a natural plant compound known as anthocyanins. Scientists believe these may help lower blood sugar by boosting insulin production. Tomatoes Tomatoes are an excellent source of vitamin C, vitamin A, and vitamin K. They are also a very good source of, potassium, manganese, dietary fiber, chromium, and vitamin B1. Because of their low carbohydrate content, tomatoes can play a big role in controlling blood sugar levels. The low carbohydrate content also helps lower calorie intake and can help diabetics to lose weight. Eggs Eggs are a versatile food and a great source of protein, and the American Diabetes Association considers eggs an excellent choice for people with diabetes. Cinnamon Cinnamon spice has the highest anti-oxidant strength of all the food sources in nature. Many studies show that consumption of one teaspoon cinnamon to three teaspoons a day has a positive effect on reducing blood glucose levels. It was found that the cinnamon can make your cells more sensitive to insulin. Dates Dates are a great choice for a person with diabetes as they can help control sugar cravings, and they are low on the glycemic index. The carbohydrates in dates provide instant energy, and the high fiber contained in dates is good for digestion. This sweet desert fruit is cholesterol and fat free therefore, they serve as a great snack item. Many essential disease protective minerals are also present in dates.
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Foods That Lower Blood Sugars In Diabetics
 
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13 Best Foods for Diabetes
 
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I created this video with the YouTube Slideshow Creator (http://www.youtube.com/upload) 1. Apple An apple a day could cut down the levels of harmful cholesterol Give the body a good dose of antioxidants. 2. Asparagus Asparagus is low in Calories and good source of dietary fiber. Contains many antioxidants, so reduce the risk of diabetes, heart disease and cancer, and also slow down the effects of ageing. 3. Avocadoes Regular consumption of avocadoes could reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes by 25 percent. 4. Beans Beans are are high in fiber. Just a cup serving a day is known to help control blood sugar levels. Blueberries 5. Blueberries High fiber content make them one of the best diet for diabetes. Consuming berries is thought to keep blood sugar levels from spiking up. 6. Broccoli Broccoli is rich in beta carotene (antioxidant). Broccoli can reduce cell damage occurring due to high blood sugar. 7. Carrots Carrots are rich in fiber and important vitamins that boost immunity. Raw carrots may also lower the risk of development of type 2 diabetes. 8. Pears Rich in potassium and loaded with fiber and low in carbohydrates! 9. Cabbage Cabbage is a rich source of vitamin C and K. 10. Strawberries: Red strawberries are rich in antioxidants, vitamins and fibre and are low-carb 11. Oranges Despite contains sugar, but also contains other compounds that help control blood glucose. The soluble fibre present in an orange thickens as it’s being digested. 12. Spinach Green leafy and fresh spinach is extremely low in calories and carbohydrates. It is one of the rare things that a diabetic can eat almost freely! 13. Okra (Lady’s finger) is a sure shot hit with kids and diabetics. Soluble fibre in okra makes this humble vegetable one of the best things to eat if you are diabetic. 14. Bingal Bingal is low carbohydrate and soluble fiber. Best vegetable for a diabetic. 15. Jamun Jamun is one of the rarest plants for controlling blood sugar levels. Neem leaves are useful in a similar manner. Amla or the Indian goose Berry is similarly effective in managing sugar levels. Boil Neem leaves, Tulsi and Bel Patra together and get filtered extract to increase potency and emunity. 16. Methi Seeds Fenugreek or Methi seeds are considered the most effective of natural cures that can help alleviate typical symptoms of diabetes. Methi seeds should be soaked in water overnight. The water concentrated with the seeds’ juices should be consumed early in the morning on an empty stomach. For making this natural concoction stronger, you can crush the seeds and sieve them through a cloth or filter paper. 17. Cinnamon Powder Cinnamon has the ability to lower blood sugar levels, as well. A pinch of cinnamon with warm water every day and kiss diabetes goodbye. 18. Green Tea Green tea is nothing less than a miracle cure for ailments. A cup of unsweetened green tea will aid in reducing diabetes and help keep the chances at bay.
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A High Fiber Diet is Good for Gut Bacteria
 
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Researcher have discovered why high fiber diets are beneficial for people diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. According to their study, high fiber promotes gut bacteria that helps blood glucose control. That bacteria also provides better lipid levels for people with type 2 diabetes, allowing for greater weight loss. The six year study was conducted at Rutgers University. The researchers concluded that dietary fibers help to balance the gut microbiota, which is an ecosystem of bacteria that helps people digest food. https://www.upi.com/Health_News/2018/03/09/High-fiber-diet-may-help-with-management-of-type-2-diabetes/4951520611897/ http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by YT Wochit News using http://wochit.com
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How to Eat Carbs on a Diabetic Diet
 
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When eating carbohydrates on a diabetic diet, be sure to choose healthier options, such has high-fiber vegetables, beans, whole-grains and whole fruits. Combine protein, healthy fat and carbohydrates into a balanced meal with health advice from a certified diabetes educator in this helpful video on nutrition.
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TOP 5 Foods That Fight and Reverse Diabetes | Health Tips
 
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Reversing Diabetes Naturally - A High Fiber Diet Helps
 
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Natural Remedies For Diabetes http://www.ReverseAnyDiabetes.com If you suffer from diabetes, do you use medications or natural remedies for diabetes? Many people simply take their prescription medications without questioning whether there are other alternatives that may also be effective to provide a treatment without side effects. In the past, diabetes was treated naturally and then came technology and medical advancements that have come up with some artificial and chemical means for treating diabetes. Only proceed with natural remedies for diabetes prevention in consultation with your doctor due to the serious nature of this disease. Oils, herbs and plant products can be useful as a form of treatment, so make sure you discuss these options in detail with your doctor. Some of the natural remedies for diabetes can be found out here: http://www.ReverseAnyDiabetes.com Video Tags: diabetes diabetes cure cure for diabetes diabetes treatment treatment for diabetes treatments for diabetes reversing diabetes reverse diabetes how to reverse diabetes natural remedies for diabetes natural remedy for diabetes home remedies for diabetes natural remedies diabetes home remedy for diabetes
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Fiber & Diabetes
 
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TheFullPlateDiet talks about fiber and diabetes.
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A Diet Rich in Fiber Can Protect Against Obesity and Diabetes
 
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Researchers have long been mindful that a diet rich in fiber can support in protecting against diabetes and obesity, however there has been a few inquiries as to the systems behind this event. Presently, analysts from France and Sweden claim to have uncovered these mechanisms. This is as stated by research reported in the journal Cell.
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20 Foods Diabetics Should Avoid At All Costs
 
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20 Foods Diabetics Should Avoid At All Costs 1. Dried Fruit The high fiber content and nutrients might make dried fruit look like a healthy option but you might want to reconsider if your have Type 2 diabetes. 2. White Rice, Bread, And Flour While most diabetics are wary of sugar, they usually don’t keep a tab on eating carbs. Low quality carbs like rice and foods made with white flour, like bread and pasta, act similar to sugar once the digestive process begins. 3. Full-Fat Dairy Most people know that full-fat dairy products contain saturated fat that can increase your bad cholesterol (LDL) and increase the risk of heart disease. As a diabetic, you should also avoid dairy products like cream, full-fat yogurt, ice-cream, and cream cheese that’s made with whole milk. 4. Fatty Cuts Of Meat Avoid fatty meats for the same reason as whole-milk products. They too are high in saturated fats which increase cholesterol and can cause inflammation throughout the body while putting a person with diabetes at greater risk of heart disease. 5. Breakfast Pastries As tempting as they may be, baked products like pastries, muffins, doughnuts, and cinnamon rolls are made from processed white flour which is high in carbs, sugar, and fat. They also have high quantities of sodium and may contain trans fats. 6. Fried Foods Fried foods in general are not good for your body and if you have type 2 diabetes, giving into eating french fries, potato chips, fried chicken and other deep fried foods is a big no. These foods soak in a lot of oil and in many cases are coated with breading that increases the calorie count even more. 8. Fruit Juice Packed with fiber and healthy carbs, fruits are a great option for someone with diabetes but when it comes to fruit juice, you may want to reconsider. While it’s more nutritious than soda and other sugary drinks, juices contain concentrated fruit sugar that causes your blood sugar to spike. 9. Sugary Foods Most sugary foods like soda, candy, and desserts contain high amounts of sugar that is classified as low-quality carbohydrates. They have low nutritional value and lead to steep jump in your blood sugar. 10. Cereal Cereal is the most convenient option when it comes to breakfast but regardless of the health claims made on the pack, do make it a point to dig deeper. Most off-the-shelf cereals contain added sugar or are coated with sugar to make them taste better. 11. Energy Bars Sports or energy bars are not completely bad but a diabetics need to be more careful about their food choices. Carbs and sugars are the two main sources of energy for your body and sports bars may have more of it than is good for your body 12. Bananas And Melons Most fruits are packed with vitamins, fiber, and good carbs which can be a part of your daily diet. However, some fruits are more sugary than others and may end up increasing your blood sugar levels. 13. Blended Coffees Blended coffees are a popular beverage but they contain syrup, sugar, whipped cream, and toppings that are heavy on sugar and fat. Stick to a simple cup of sugar-free coffee with low-fat milk to satiate your caffeine urges. 14. Processed Meat A simple salami sandwich for lunch might not be as safe as you think. Processed meats are full of sodium and a diet loaded with salt is associated with double the risk of heart attack or stroke in people with type 2 diabetes. Reduce your sodium intake by slicing home-roasted or ask your deli for meats lower in sodium. 15. Purchased Smoothies Smoothies have earned a reputation of being healthier than many other beverages that are available today. However, what you don’t realize is smoothies usually contain added sugar and are served in extra-large portion sizes. 16. Chinese Food Unfortunately, everyone’s favorite take out food does not make the cut when it comes to food for diabetics. Chinese food is high-calorie, high fat, high-sodium, and high-carb. It can spike your blood sugar sharply and keep it high for a while. 17. Flavored Water Flavored water often comes across as a choice that’s tastes better than pain water and is healthier than soda. While that could be true to some extent, flavored water does have hidden sugar and carbs that are best avoided. 18. Frozen/Commercial Pizza Pizza is probably the most preferred comfort food in America. It tastes delicious and with so many pizza delivery places, getting one whenever you want is extremely convenient. 19. Nachos The signature Mexican food that has made its way into almost every American’s diet. Whether you’re having them as an appetizer or a meal, most restaurant nachos have calories that often exceed that of a usual meal. 20. Restaurant Hamburgers Yes. Another American food icon is on this list and for good reason. Source - http://www.curejoy.com/content/foods-diabetics-should-avoid/
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Best Foods for Diabetes | Including Complex Carbohydrates & Fiber Rich Foods
 
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Don't forget to check out our brand new website - http://bit.ly/hmvnutr Be it any condition, a healthy diet is a road to fast recovery. Watch this video for some quick and easy recipes to help you recover from Diabetes! ----------------------------- Diabetes Diabetes is a condition in which a person has high blood sugar. The sugar level increases when either the body is unable to produce sufficient insulin or when it becomes resistant to its effect. The former is known as type 1 diabetes & the latter as type 2 diabetes. ----------------------------- Food groups to consume in diabetes: 1. Complex carbohydrates and fiber: They take longer to digest & hence do not cause any sudden rise in the blood sugar level Foods to consume: oats, millets like sorghum, finger millet and pearl millet; (jowar, ragi, bajra), wheat bran, quinoa, sprouts, pulses and nuts such as almonds, walnuts and peanuts 2. Raw vegetables Foods to consume: broccoli, tomatoes, carrots, bell peppers, onions etc and fruits like apples, pears, oranges, papayas ----------------------------- Recipes based on the above food groups: Recipe 1: Sprout salad 1. Soak about 25 gm green gram (moong) overnight. 2. Next morning you will notice the grams have become thicker 3. Tie them in a muslin cloth & keep it in a casserole 4. The grams will sprout fully in 1-2 days 5. Chop ½ a tomato 6. Also chop ½ a cucumber 7. Mix these with the sprouted green gram 8. Add 1 tsp lemon juice 9. Also, add a little salt, pepper for taste 10. Mix gently and serve Recipe 2: Veg stir fry 1. Heat 1 tsp oil in a pan 2. Add ½ tsp ginger-garlic paste in it 3. Add ½ chopped onion and sauté till it becomes slightly brown 4. Now add 3-4 small broccoli florets 5. Also add ½ chopped red & green bell peppers each 6. Now, add ½ cup water to all these vegetables 7. Cover the pan with a lid and let them cook for about 5-6 mins 8. Now add 1 tsp chilli flakes and 1 tsp oregano 9. Also add salt to taste 10. Sauté this mixture for 5-8 minutes before serving ----------------------------- Tips: • Avoid foods containing simple sugars • Exercise regularly ----------------------------- SUBSCRIBE TO HOMEVEDA NUTRITION: http://www.youtube.com/user/homevedanutrition?sub_confirmation=1 JOIN US ON FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/homeveda FOLLOW US ON TWITTER: http://twitter.com/homeveda ----------------------------- The above recipes have been developed in consultation with a nutritionist. However, these are not intended as a substitute for the medical advice of a trained health professional. All matters regarding your health require medical supervision. Consult your physician before adopting the suggestions in this video, as well as about any condition that may require diagnosis or medical attention. Refer to the terms of use on our website http://www.homeveda.com.
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Diabetic Fruits To Eat Control Blood Sugar Levels
 
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Top10 Fiber Rich Foods for Your Diabetes Diet - Diabetes health Tips
 
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Fiber rich foods for your diabetic diet
 
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More than 100 million U.S. adults are now living with diabetes or prediabetes, or nearly 1 in 4 adults living with diabetes. Leading a healthy lifestyle is one of the best strategies to prevent, and treat, type 2 diabetes, and even more specifically, eating a high-fiber diet is emerging as a key strategy you can use to lower your risk. What is fiber? Fiber is a carbohydrate that the body can’t digest which helps to slow down the rise in blood sugar after a meal. It is found in plant based foods. There are 2 types of fiber, soluble and insoluble. Foods high in soluble fiber become sticky or gel-like when passing through the digestive tract which helps to reduce the absorption of cholesterol. Insoluble fiber doesn’t dissolve and offers benefits to gut health such as reduction in the risk and occurance of hemorrhoids and constipation. Fiber also helps with weight management since fiber can make us feel full and satisfied as well as helps better regulate blood sugar levels. Since people with diabetes are at a higher risk for cardiovascular complications, fibers ability to lower cholesterol and blood pressure levels is a great way to improve heart health. Lentils are legumes packed with fiber and protein. About 40 percent of the total carbohydrate in lentils is fiber which helps to lower blood sugar. Lentils have protein, iron, folate, manganese, and phosphorus. Lentils are one of the top 10 high folate foods. According to USDA, there are 15 grams of fiber and 18 grams of protein per servings of lentils. Beans are the next one. A cup of cooked red kidney beans has about 13 grams of fiber, a cup of black beans has about 15 grams, and white beans have more than 18 grams. Not only do beans have fiber, they also have starch which is resistant to digestion. What that means is that beans don’t get into bloodstream quickly and affect blood sugar. Starch is also good for good gut bacteria. When bacteria make a meal of resistant starch, some fatty acids are formed which promote better use of insulin and healthier colon cells. Nuts such as almonds and walnuts are great sources for fiber, protein, and omega-6 fatty acids. Steam up an artichoke. Artichokes are packed with fiber and great source of potassium, magnesium, vitamin C and folate. Avocados are good source of both fiber and health healthy omega 3 fats. Peas are packed with vitamin A, C, and K and are great substitute for rice and other graims. According to USDA, one cup of peas has more than 7 grams of fiber. One of my favorite vegetables is broccoli. A cup of raw broccoli offers 2.4 grams of fiber and almost same amount of protein. Broccoli is rich in vitamin C, K, folate, and potassium. Berries are loaded with fiber, antioxidants, and other nutrients. Raspberries and blackberries top the list of high fiber choices. Berries are thought to also prevent certain types of cancer and improve heart health. Lastly try barley and oatmeal. Both of these are great sources of fiber. Try barley in place of rice or pasta, and replace breadcrumbs with oatmeal in meatloaf or for coating baked chicken or fish. Both of these contain fiber beta glucan which improves insulin action, lowers blood sugar, and helps sweep cholesterol from the digestive tract.
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GLUTEN FREE High Fiber Diabetic Friendly Pizza Crust
 
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Nutritionist and Food Lover Peter Chriso reveals his famous Gluten Free Pizza Crust that is free of those blood sugar spiking added starches that is typical in gluten free baking.
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Cure Diabetes Forever In 7 Days With 1 Shocking Juice
 
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Top 10 Worst Foods For Diabetes
 
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Diabetes is a group of metabolic diseases in which there are high blood sugar levels over a prolonged period. Symptoms of high blood sugar include frequent urination, increased thirst, and increased hunger. If left untreated, diabetes can cause many serious long-term complications which include heart disease, stroke, chronic kidney failure, foot ulcers, and damage to the eyes.Control of blood pressure and maintaining proper foot care are important for people with the disease. The most important factor that affects both type 1 and type 2 diabetes is diet, and a well-planned diet can work effectively in maintaining blood glucose at healthy levels. Here we have a list of top 10 worst foods that every diabetics should avoid. White rice White rice can affect your blood sugar levels. According to a newly study published by Harvard researchers, those who ate the highest amounts of white rice had a 27% higher risk of diabetes than those who ate the least. Potatoes Potatoes are not a good food choice for diabetics due to a relatively low nutrient density and high levels of quickly absorbed carbohydrates. It has a high glycemic index value, which means that the carbohydrate in them is quickly converted to glucose when digested, and can cause blood sugar and insulin levels to rise. It is also associated with an increased risk of type 2 diabetes. Cakes and Pastries. Cakes and pastries are not good for diabetics as they are loaded with sugar, sodium, junky white flour and preservatives. Their dangerous combo of sugar and refined flour spikes blood sugar and promotes inflammation, which interferes with insulin’s ability to function properly. Soft Drinks and Energy Drinks. Soft drinks and energy drinks are the worst type of drink for diabetics, they are loaded with calories that lead to weight gain and people who are overweight are at a higher risk of developing diabetes compared to those with the healthy weight. French Fries French fries are starchy vegetables that have a worst impact on your blood sugar levels. These fries soak a lot of oil and lead to excess weight gain. A small, 85-gram serving of fast-food French fries contains 33 grams of carbohydrates, including 3 grams of fiber. Raisins Raisins contain a concentrated level of sugars, which will be quickly absorbed by the body and lead to a sudden spike in blood glucose level that is extremely harmful to people suffering from diabetes. White Bread White bread is made with white flour that contain refined starch, which is one of the most dangerous foods for diabetics. These refined carbohydrates have a high glycemic index that causes a rapid rise in blood sugar levels, which is extremely harmful to diabetic patients. Palm oil Palm oil contain high amount of saturated fat that raises blood cholesterol levels. High blood cholesterol is a risk factor for heart disease. People with diabetes are at high risk of heart disease and limiting your saturated fat can help lower your risk of having a heart attack or stroke. Coffee Drinks Coffee contain caffeine which has been shown in the short term to increase both glucose and insulin levels. Because of this, people with diabetes should be cautious when consuming coffee. Fruit Juices People with diabetes need to moderate their fruit juice intake as larger glasses of juice can substantially raise blood sugar levels. Regular consumption of fruit juice has been linked with an increase in type 2 diabetes risk.
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Diabetes Reversal with High Carb, High Fiber, Low-Fat Diet with Sunlight and Exercise
 
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http://www.prescription2000.com/ Diabetes reversal using a high carb, high fiber, low-fat, plant-based diet with daily exercise and sun exposure is the topic that Kirk Hamilton interviews Dr. Marc Sorensen on as he shares his decades of experience using this approach in a health resort setting to get their clients off their diabetic medications and "cure" their type 2 diabetes. Dr. Marc Sorenson, EdD, and his wife Vickie, currently run a health resort, and he is the author of multiple books and papers, including "Vitamin D and Solar Power," and "Does Vitamin D Deficiency Contribute to Erectile Dysfunction?" (Dermatoendocrinol. 2012 Apr 1;4(2):128-36) Dr. Marc Sorenson Interview http://www.prescription2000.com/Staying-Healthy-Today-Radio-Interviews/2013-11-24-marc-sorenson-ed-vitd-sunlight-diabetes.html Other Staying Healthy Today Interview with Diabetic Experts: The End of Diabetes - An Interview With Joel Fuhrman MD http://www.prescription2000.com/Staying-Healthy-Today-Radio-Interviews/2013-02-06-joel-fuhrman-end-diabetes.html Diabetes and Lipid Management Using The Dietary Portfolio, Nuts, Prebiotics and Soy - An Interview With David J.A. Jenkins MD PhD DSc http://www.prescription2000.com/Staying-Healthy-Today-Radio-Interviews/2010-03-11-david-jenkins-nuts-portfolio-prebiotic-soy.html Diabetes Reversal with The McDougall Program -- An Interview With John McDougall M.D. http://www.prescription2000.com/Staying-Healthy-Today-Radio-Interviews/2009-08-20-john-mcdougall-diabetes.html Diabetes Reversal With The "Eat For Health" Approach -- An Interview With Joel Fuhrman M.D. http://www.prescription2000.com/Staying-Healthy-Today-Radio-Interviews/2009-07-31-joel-fuhrman-md-diabetes.html Diabetes Reversal With The Portfolio Diet - An Interview With David J.A. Jenkins M.D. Ph.D. D.Sc. http://www.prescription2000.com/Staying-Healthy-Today-Radio-Interviews/diabetes-reversal-with-the-portfolio-diet-an-interview-with-dr-david-jenkins.html Diabetes Reversal With The HCF Diet -- An Interview With James W. Anderson M.D. http://www.prescription2000.com/Staying-Healthy-Today-Radio-Interviews/diabetes-reversal-with-the-hcf-diet-an-interview-with-dr-james-anderson.html Diabetes Reversal Without Drugs - An Interview With Neal Barnard M.D. http://www.prescription2000.com/Staying-Healthy-Today-Radio-Interviews/diabetes-reversal-without-drugs-an-interview-with-dr-neal-barnard.html Prescription 2000 Inc. -- A health education company committed to the prevention and reversal of chronic diseases by lifestyle and whose operating belief is: "The Greatest Medicine of All Is To Teach People How Not To Need it" Kirk Hamilton's Website: http://www.prescription2000.com/ Sign up for my FREE Newsletter -- Kirk's PowerAging Tips http://www.mcssl.com/app/join.asp?merchantid=204163&bhcp=1 Kirk's PowerAging Blog http://www.prescription2000.com/Kirk-Power-Aging-Blog/ Kirk Hamilton Author Facebook https://www.facebook.com/kirkhamilton.author Other Products and Services by Kirk Hamilton available at http://www.prescription2000.com/ "Staying Healthy in the Fast Lane" book by Kirk Hamilton -- http://www.prescription2000.com/Product-Descriptions/staying-healthy-fast-lane-book-print.html Kirk Hamilton's CV: http://www.prescription2000.com/Content/kirk-hamilton-short-bio.html Email: KirkHamilton@prescription2000.com Expert Pearls (FREE) drop down from "Current Research" -- more than 1500 researched 1-3 line potential treatment protocols from medical interviews conducted by Kirk Hamilton in nutrition and preventive medicine. http://www.prescription2000.com/Expert-Pearls/ Educational Handouts (FREE): http://www.prescription2000.com/ - Educational handouts on the homepage (viewer's right side) that Kirk Hamilton uses for his patients and the public to educate on basic diet and lifestyle practices to prevent and reverse chronic disease. Start with Kirk's FREE "21 Day Healthy Eating Program" (in red) http://www.prescription2000.com/images/stories/rx2000-handouts/21-Day-Healthy-Eating-Program.pdf Educational Links (FREE): http://www.prescription2000.com/ - Educational links to helpful websites that provide educational material on how to prevent and reverse chronic diseases, and use nutrition as medicine. Click on Expert Interviews is more than 1000 prevention and nutrition oriented medical interviews Kirk Hamilton has conducted with researchers over the last 2 decades. http://www.vitasearch.com/CP/experts/p2experts.htm Prescription 2000 Animal-Free Dietary Supplements -- 4 basic dietary supplements (Multivitamin/Mineral, Bone Support and Glucosamine Powder and Capsules) that are manufactured with no animal products in the processing or in the starting materials. http://www.prescription2000.com/vmchk/Dietary-Products/View-all-products.html
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9 Foods Diabetics Should Never Eat
 
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Both type 1 and type 2 diabetes can be debilitating diseases that negatively affect a person’s quality of life. Diabetes is caused by high blood sugar levels in the blood when the pancreas isn’t able to do its job properly or when certain cells don’t use the insulin that the pancreas supplies. Today’s video will reveal 9 foods that people who suffer from diabetes should remove from their diets. With exercise and sensible food choices, a person who has been diagnosed with diabetes can normally keep their blood sugar levels at manageable levels. Here are the foods we recommend diabetics avoid: 1. Fruit Juices Store bought fruit juices are full of extra sugar that will cause glucose levels to spike. Drinking these kinds of juices on a regular basis has been proven to increase the risk of type 2 diabetes. Eating a piece of natural, whole fruit is a great alternative. 2. Sugary Carbonated Drinks Soft drinks and energy drinks are terrible for our bodies. They contain an enormous amount of sugar and calories that are making people obese at an alarming rate. Those who already struggle with weight issues are more likely to run the risk of developing diabetes, if they continue to consume these drinks that are full of preservatives and additives. 3. White Bread There’s an old adage that says, “The whiter the bread, the quicker you’re dead.” Although that may be alarming, for someone with diabetes, this kind of bread that contains bleached flours and refined starches doesn’t do much for us besides drive our blood sugar levels up. Refined carbohydrates are best to avoid. Instead, look for whole grains and oats that contain more fiber and don’t cause spikes in blood sugar levels. 4. White Rice Here’s another refined product that diabetics should avoid. Studies have shown that if you eat white rice once a day, you’re 27% more likely to develop diabetes than if you were to eat whole grains on a daily basis. White rice is digested easily by our bodies and causes our glucose levels to rise quickly after eating it. Grains with a high fiber count are better for us than white rice. 5. Potatoes Though they taste great and are filling, the starchy potato should be avoided by those who suffer from blood sugar problems. The starch in potatoes gets broken down too quickly by our bodies and is absorbed into the blood stream. When that happens, our blood sugar levels are going to rise quickly. This warning also includes French fries and potato chips. Not only are both made from potatoes, they’re also deep fried in hydrogenated oils that lead to an increase in cholesterol levels. So, eating French fries could lead to a greater risk of diabetes and heart disease. 6. Artificial Sweeteners Slick marketing tactics have sold artificial sweeteners to diabetics as a healthy alternative to sugar. They’re not. These industrialized products hurt us more than help us by reducing insulin sensitivity. They also tend to slow down our metabolism and calorie burning ability. For someone with diabetes, it would be better to consume sugar in moderation than these chemically-ridden sweeteners. 7. Raisins Raisins are a quick and tasty snack that’s rich in vitamins, antioxidants, and fiber. But they also cause spikes in blood sugar, and that’s why people with diabetes should try to avoid them. 8. Fat Cuts of Meat Fatty cuts of pork or red meats like beef and lamb are harmful to those with blood sugar issues. They contain saturated fats and increase the risk of heart disease. They also increase inflammation in the body. 9. Whole Milk Dairy products are also loaded with saturated fats—especially whole milk and anything that is labeled as a full-fat dairy product. These kinds of dairy products raise cholesterol levels—most notably the LDL or bad cholesterol. They also have a negative effect on our insulin resistance. Almond milk is a healthier alternative. Disclaimer: The materials and the information contained on Natural Cures channel are provided for general and educational purposes only and do not constitute any legal, medical or other professional advice on any subject matter. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat or cure any disease. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider prior to starting any new diet or treatment and with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. If you have or suspect that you have a medical problem, promptly contact your health care provider.
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Diabetes Diet: Turning Oatmeal into a Diabetes-Friendly Meal
 
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Oatmeal may be a great way to start the morning if you have diabetes. Its high fiber content reduces those cravings for sweets later on in the morning. Add nuts, berries, and cinnamon for a healthy and flavorful breakfast that will compliment your diabetes diet. If you need help with diabetes management or diabetes supplies call a Liberty Medical representative at 1-866-654-2378 or visit http://www.libertymedical.com today.
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Morning Food For Control Diabetes
 
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High Fiber diet may help fight type 2 diabetes
 
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High Fiber diet may help fight type 2 diabetes
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Fibre Helps Control Blood Sugar And Diabetes
 
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http://benjaminschiltz.com benjamin.schiltz@gmail.com FIBRE Fibre is good for the control of blood sugar. This is just a short presentation to give some information about fibre and how it helps diabetics. There are two ways to spell the word; fibre and fiber and doesn't matter because they have the same meaning. Fibre is the part of plants that our bodies cannot digest. There are two types of fibre: soluble and insoluble. Foods such as vegetables, fruits, legumes and whole grains contain fibre. Animal foods such as meats and eggs have no fibre. What is the difference between soluble and insoluble fibre? Soluble fibre is the soft fibre that helps control blood glucose (sugar) and reduces cholesterol. It also helps in managing diarrhea. Soluble fibre is present in oat bran, oatmeal, legumes (dried beans and lentils) and fruits such as apples and strawberries. Insoluble fibre is the bulky fibre that helps to prevent constipation. It also helps to prevent some types of cancers. It is present in wheat bran, whole grain breads and cereals, fruits and vegetables. Many foods contain both soluble and insoluble fibre. Why is fibre good for me? Fibre is important for your overall health. Some of its benefits include: Controlling blood glucose (sugar) Managing blood pressure Reducing blood cholesterol Increasing the feeling of being full Controling weight Regulating bowel movement Benefit for those with diabetes Soluble fibre in oat bran, legumes (dried beans of all kinds, peas and lentils), and pectin (from fruit, such as apples) and forms in root vegetables (such as carrots) is considered especially helpful for people with either form of diabetes. Soluble fibre may help control blood sugar by delaying gastric (stomach) emptying, retarding the entry of glucose into the bloodstream and lessening the postprandial (post-meal) rise in blood sugar. It may lessen insulin requirements in those with type 1 diabetes. Because fibre slows the digestion of foods, it can help blunt the sudden spikes in blood glucose (sugar) that may occur after a low-fibre meal. Such blood sugar peaks stimulate the pancreas to pump out more insulin. Some researchers believe that a lifetime of blood glucose (sugar) spikes could contribute to type 2 diabetes, which typically strikes after the age of 40, and more than doubles the risk of stroke and heart disease. The cholesterol-lowering effect of soluble fibres may also help those with diabetes by reducing heart disease risks. How much fibre do I need? For adults the Canadian Diabetes Association recommends 25 to 50 grams of fibre every day. Children between the ages of three and 18 need a gradual increase of fibre in their diets, usually calculated by using the child’s age and adding five grams. People of all ages should eat a variety of foods to obtain a mixture of both soluble and insoluble fibre. How can I get enough? Good foods with at least two grams of fibre per serving can claim to be a “source” of fibre. Better foods with at least four grams of fibre per serving can claim to be a “good source” of fibre. Best foods with at least six grams of fibre per serving can claim to be a “very good” or “excellent” source of fibre. Here are some tips to increase your fibre intake: Eat the skins and seeds of vegetables and fruit Choose “whole grain” bread, pasta, cereal, crackers and rice Use whole grain flour in your homemade baked goods Add barley, beans and lentils to soups and salads Use canned beans, chickpeas in salads or in place of meat a few times every week Add ground flax seeds to yogurt, cereal or homemade baked goods Add a small handful of almonds or other nuts to a salad Note: Increase the amount of fibre slowly and drink plenty of fluids to avoid discomfort and gas. For more info go to http://www.diabetes.ca/diabetes-and-you/healthy-living-resources/diet-nutrition/fibre Find my other videos here: https://www.youtube.com/user/christophertalon https://www.youtube.com/christophertalon Gastric Bypass Surgery Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLn00WdrbNX3QiTJpL3QKMJArjgp96zhZK
If You Have Diabetes Or Pre diabetes  Please Avoid These  10 Foods  - Get Diabetes Free
 
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If You Have Diabetes Or Pre diabetes Please Avoid These 10 Foods - Get Diabetes Free Uncontrolled diabetes has many serious effects, including blindness, kidney disease, heart problems and other complications. Notably, eating the incorrect foods promote inflammation, which might boost your danger of disorder and can raise your blood glucose and insulin levels. Those foods should be avoided by people who have prediabetes or diabetes. Sugar-Sweetened Drinks. Sweet beverages and pops are full of carbs, which raise blood sugar. Additionally, their high fructose content was associated with a higher danger of other disorders as well as obesity, fatty liver and insulin resistance. Trans Fats. Trans fats are unsaturated fats which have been transformed to improve their firmness. They are associated with increased belly fat, insulin resistance, inflammation as well as cardiovascular disease. White Bread, Rice and Pasta. Pasta white bread and rice are full of carbs low in fiber. This mixture can lead to high blood glucose levels. Instead, selecting high-fiber, whole foods can reduce blood glucose reaction. Fruit-Flavored Yogurt. Fruit-flavored yogurts are often low in fat but full of sugar, which could cause insulin levels and higher blood sugar. Clear, whole milk yogurt is a much better option for general health and diabetes control. A high-protein, low carb breakfast is the most suitable choice for hunger and diabetes control. Flavored Coffee Beverages. Flavored coffee beverages are extremely full of liquid carbs, which don't meet your hunger and can increase glucose levels. Honey, Maple Syrup and Agave Nectar. Maple syrup, agave nectar and honey aren't processed as white table sugar, however they could have similar effects on inflammatory markers, insulin and blood sugar. Dried Fruit. Dried fruits might include over three times as numerous carbs as fresh fruits do and be concentrated in sugar. Packed Snack Foods. Packed bites are generally processed foods generated from refined flour that may easily increase your glucose levels. Fruit Juice. Unsweetened fruit juice comprises as much sugar as pops do. Insulin resistance cans worsen, encourage weight gain and raise the risk of heart problems. #IfYouHaveDiabetesOrPrediabetesPleaseAvoidThese10Foods #foodsavoidfordiabetes Please Subscribe Our Channel :https://goo.gl/uyxulU Also Check Out Our Social Media ✅Facebook:https://goo.gl/XMvzai ✅Twitter://twitter.com/Healthyfoods90?lang=en ✅Google Plus:https://goo.gl/8j4xHH 🙂Thank You For Watching🙂 ✅Knowledge Gain From https://authoritynutrition.com/ http://www.wikihow.com/Main-Page https://www.wikipedia.org/ https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Main_Page🙂🙂
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How Much Fiber Should I Eat If I Have Diabetes?
 
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Get our diabetes handbook now by clicking here https://goo.gl/8TRsNd Learn how much fiber is good for you and how much is too much.
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High-Fiber diet may help fight type 2 diabetes - ANI News
 
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New Delhi, Mar 12 (ANI): Now the type 2 diabetes can be fought by including high-fiber foods in our daily diet. -------------------------------------- Subscribe now! Enjoy and stay connected with us!! ☛ Visit our Official website: http://www.aninews.in/ ☛ Follow ANI News : https://twitter.com/ANI ☛ Like us: https://www.facebook.com/ANINEWS.IN ☛ Send your suggestions/Feedback: shrawankp@aniin.com
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Diabetes | 7 Great Low Carb Breads For Diabetics | Diabetes Food
 
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Diabetes | 7 Great Low Carb Breads For Diabetics | Diabetes Food Get FREE EBOOK Here: http://golife.pw/freeebookdiabetes/ If you have any question, please comment below -------------------- The Diabetes Breakthrough Your Doctor Won't Tell You About Hi Shocking new scientific research uncovered how to treat the root cause of diabetes. Doctors at the International Council for Truth in Medicine have perfected these diabetes treatment methods: In 16 days, patients insulin dosages were reduced by over 57% A few weeks later, 96% of patients were able to stop ALL diabetes drugs and injections. Blood sugar normalized, insulin sensitivity increased and neuropathy pain went away. They've already helped over 17,542 type 2 diabetics end the need for prescription drugs, insulin injections and blood sugar monitoring. But you won't hear about this breakthrough from your doctor. Discover the truth about diabetes: http://bit.ly/2gupkiI Take care --------------------- Thank you for watching SUBCRIBE CHANNEL Please: http://bit.ly/Health_And_Fitness Connect with us: Y O U T U B E : http://bit.ly/Health_And_Fitness F A C E B O O K : http://bit.ly/HealthAndFitnessAccFB F A N P G E : http://bit.ly/HealthAndFitnessFanpage B L O G : http://healthandfitnessbomichi.blogsp... I N S T A G R A M : http://bit.ly/healthandfitnessInstagram T W I T T E R : http://bit.ly/HealthandFitnessTwitter G O O G L E P L U S : http://bit.ly/HealthAndFitnessGooglePlus P I N T E R E S T : http://bit.ly/HealthAndFitnessPinterest 7 Great Low Carb Breads For Diabetics Eating a diabetes-friendly diet that doesn't ban bread altogether can be tricky! But more and more, the food industry is coming out with better and better options around low carb breads. 1. Joseph's High Fiber Plus Pita Bread Pockets These are 22 grams of total carbohydrates with 9 grams of dietary fiber, which brings you to a total of 13 grams of carbohydrates that will actually be digested and broken down into glucose! 2. Ezekiel Flax Sprouted Whole Grain Bread This bread is packed with goodness, and will definitely give you far more than the average slice of overly processed white bread or whole wheat bread. With 14 total carbohydrates per slice, and 4 grams of fiber, you'll get 100 grams of calories per slice. 3. Udi's Gluten-Free Millet-Chia Bread Usually gluten free bread is twice as "carby" as normal breads. Two slices of Udi’s white sandwich bread only has 24 grams of carbohydrates and 5 grams of fiber, which leaves you with 19 grams of carbohydrates for 2 slices. 4. BFree Food's Gluten-Free Sandwich Bread This bread isn't as thick and fluffy as normal sandwich bread… instead it's thinner, a bit more airy and very flavorful. You can get it in Brown Seeded or Soft White variations. It's not the lowest carb of all the breads here by any means, with 8 grams of carbs after subtracting the fiber, but for a gluten-free option, it's pretty darn good! 16 grams of carbs in a gluten-free sandwich. 5. Sara Lee 45 Calories & Delightful 100% Multi-Grain While this choice is probably the lowest in terms of quality nutrition and ingredients, it is the lowest in calories and probably the most similar to your average piece of traditional toast. 2 slices will give you 18 total grams of carbohydrate and 5 grams of fiber, leaving you with 13 grams total. 6. Great Low-Carb Bread Company Delicious! Soft and flavorful! These breads are super low carb with barely 1-3 grams of carbohydrate after subtracting the dietary fiber… even in the bagels! Hamburger buns, white bread, pumpernickle, a variety of bagels, and more. 7. ThinSlim Breads This company comes with a variety of flavors (including cinnamon, rye, and honey) and boasts a mere 1 gram of carbohydrate (and 50 calories) per slice in basically every sliced bread option. They also have a variety of other low-carb products besides just straight breads, like cookies, muffins, pizzas, and more! Discover the truth about diabetes: http://bit.ly/2gupkiI -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Diabetes | 7 Steps to Help Your Body Recover from Diabetes | Diabetes Tips" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TEPja2lOcpk -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Fruits to Eat and Avoid If You Have Diabetes
 
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Download my diabetes diet and management guide here: https://goo.gl/tjuN80 I think I want to start with those fruits we should avoid and end this video on a happy not today. Among fresh fruit, there are only a handful that fall above the low level of glycemic load. They are: Banana 11 Grapes 11 Figs 16 Dried Dates 18 Raisins 28 And the last 2 on the list aren’t actually fresh fruit. Dried fruit is a food we really should avoid as one with diabetes. They just compact all the sugars into a small package and really bump up the impact they can have on your blood sugar. Another fruit we need to avoid is any canned fruit packed in heavy syrup. Heavy syrup is honestly just another way to say “SUGAR.” It truly is a can of sugar waiting to elevate your blood sugar. Fruits canned in heavy syrup, on average, will add 40 to 50 grams of sugar per serving! So we should avoid those at all costs. If you need to get canned fruit, get those canned in water or in the fruits own juices, that is a much better substitute. While talking about fruit, we also must be sure we stay away from fruit-like foods like fruit roll ups, fruit chews and the like. Some may say made with real fruit juice and they are, but they are also made with real sugar. Also while speaking of fruit, fruit juices are something you need to be leery of as well. Many of the fruit juices have added sugar and even if not, the juice has little if any dietary fiber which helps to off set some of the sugar’s effect on your blood sugar levels. When thinking about the best fruits to eat, pick those that you like. I think choosing fruits that have edible skin is always good because of the dietary fiber they bring with them. Apples, pears, tomatoes (yes a tomato is a fruit) are all good choices. Berries are good choices for the same reason. Strawberries and blueberries bring a ton of antioxidants and Vitamin C to the table and their skin has a bit of fiber as well. As a matter of fact, apples and strawberries have the lowest GL among the most common fruits enjoyed by humans. Other great fruits are melons. For years, those of us with diabetes were told we couldn’t have melons because they were too high in sugars. The glycemic index of most melons is quite high. But when the glycemic load scale came to light, we saw that even though melons have a high GI, they really have little effect on our blood sugar at all. Watermelon is a wonderful example. Depending on what type, the GI of watermelon can be from 75 to 95. Now there is no way a person with diabetes would have even considered it OK to eat a food with a glycemic index that high, but the glycemic load of watermelon is only about 5, a perfectly fine food to eat. Citrus fruits are another great food. Oranges, grapefruit, lemons, limes all have a low GL in the 1-4 ranges. Each of these fruits bring all important Vitamin C to our bodies which helps our immune system tremendously. Other fruits that are awesome are peaches, mangos, nectarines, cherries, I mean I could really just go on and on. Fresh fruit is a wonderful choice. Also, consider frozen fruit. Most frozen fruit is great as well. Just be sure to get frozen from the field, or without additives. Sometimes those additives are sugar or some other form of unhealthy carb. How do we incorporate fruits into our daily mean plan? Hey, they are great as one of your snacks through the day. Many fruits are also a great addition to things such as greek yogurt, oatmeal, sugar free jello. Many frozen fruits are just ready for a smoothie or a bowl of milk. Cut up a peach or put some frozen peaches in a bowl with some milk and a little sucralose and you will thank me tomorrow.
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High-fiber diet helps protect against Type 1 diabetes - Indian Sign Language News by NewzHook.com
 
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A new study says that a diet having high-fiber foods are useful for the immune system and may protect against the development of Type 1 diabetes. High-fiber diet includes fruits, vegetables, legumes and whole grains. Research has found that eating a diet encourages healthy bacteria to reduce infections and promote immune tolerance. This may help to protect against the development of Type 1 diabetes. Type 1 diabetes is a form of diabetes in which not enough insulin is produced. The lack of insulin results in high blood sugar levels.
Vegetables for Diabetes
 
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Vegetables for Diabetes _Which Fruits and Vegetables Can Diabetics Eat? 10 Diabetes Super Foods Eating right is key to managing diabetes. Here are 10 super foods that will help minimize blood sugar and even throw your disease into reverse: http://www.rd.com/slideshows/10-diabetes-super-foods/#slideshow=slide10 1. Vegetables. Packed with powerhouse nutrients, vegetables are naturally low in calories, and they're full of fiber, so they're plenty filling. Loading your plate with vegetables will automatically mean you're eating fewer simple carbs (which raise blood sugar) and saturated fats (which increase insulin resistance). 2. Fruit. Packed with almost all the same advantages as vegetables fruit is brimming with nutrients you need, it's low in fat, it's high in fiber, and it's lower in calories than most other foods. Best of all, fruit is loaded with antioxidants that help protect your nerves, your eyes, and your heart. 3. Beans. Beans are just about your best source of dietary fiber, which not only makes you feel full longer, it actually slows digestion and keeps blood sugar from spiking after a meal. This effect is so powerful that it can even lower your overall blood sugar levels. 4. Cereal. The right breakfast cereal is your absolute best opportunity to pack more fiber into your day. There's a bonus: Studies show that people who start the morning with a high-fiber cereal actually eat less later on. So don't forgo breakfast. Better yet, choose a cereal with at least 5 grams fiber per serving. Good choices include Kashi GoLean Crunch! (10 grams), Kellogg's Raisin Bran (8 grams), General Mills Multi-Bran Chex (8 grams), Post Wheat 'N Bran Spoon Size (8 grams), Kellogg's All-Bran Original (10 grams) and General Mills Fiber One (14 grams). Top your cereal with fruit and you've checked off a fruit serving for the day. 5. Fish. Fast and easy to prepare, fish is a good source of protein, and a great substitute for higher-fat meats. Also, fatty fish is the best source of omega-3 fatty acids, those remarkable good-for-you fats that help keep the arteries clear. People with diabetes often have high triglycerides and low levels of HDL, the 'good' cholesterol. Omega-3 fatty acids can improve both numbers. Aim to eat fish at least twice a week. Excellent sources of omega-3s are salmon, mackerel, and tuna. 6. Poultry breast. Versatile, extremely lean, and low in calories, chicken breast is practically a miracle food. Unlike steaks and hamburgers, it's low in saturated fat, which raises 'bad' cholesterol and may increase insulin resistance, making blood sugar control more difficult. A 3-ounce serving of skinless chicken breast has only 142 calories and 3 grams fat. Turkey breast is even leaner and lower in calories. 7. Nuts. Nuts have several things going for them -- and for you. They're loaded with 'good' fats that fight heart disease. These fats have even been shown to help reduce insulin resistance and make blood sugar easier to control. Nuts are also one of the best food sources of vitamin E, an antioxidant that protects cells and may help prevent nerve and eye damage. They are rich in fiber and magnesium, both of which may help regulate your blood sugar. Studies suggest that including them in your diet may even help you lose weight - if you eat them in moderation. Don't forget that they're high in calories. 8. Olive oil. At the center of the famously heart-healthy Mediterranean diet is olive oil is considered a 'good' fat that helps slash the risk of heart attack -- and has been shown to help keep blood sugar steady by reducing insulin resistance. 9. Yogurt. Yogurt is rich in protein and another weight loss powerhouse: calcium. Several studies have shown that people who eat plenty of calcium-rich foods have an easier time losing weight - and are less likely to become insulin resistant. 10. Cinnamon. Believe it! Amazingly, just by sprinkling cinnamon on your foods, you could lower your blood sugar. Components in cinnamon help the body use insulin more efficiently, so more glucose can enter cells. Healthy eating and diabetes http://www.betterhealth.vic.gov.au/bhcv2/bhcarticles.nsf/pages/diabetes_and_healthy_eating Diabetes: Suitable Foods for Diabetics http://www.second-opinions.co.uk/foods.html Where can I learn about making a diabetes meal plan? Contact a registered dietitian to make a meal plan just for you. Visit the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, formerly the American Dietetic Association Web site to find a nutrition professional that can help you develop a healthy meal plan (www.eatright.org). Visit the American Association of Diabetes Educators to find a diabetes educator (www.diabeteseducator.org). Visit the American Diabetes Association Web site for more information on carbohydrate counting and the exchange method (www.diabetes.org).
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Healthy Type 2 Diabetes Diet - Home Remedies For Diabetes
 
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http://www.dailyhealthsite.com/healthy-type-2-diabetes-diet/ Healthy Type 2 Diabetes Diet - Home Remedies For Diabetes : 1. For controlling diabetes, bitter gourd is very helpful. If juice of 4-5 gourds is taken every morning in an empty stomach then it will give an effective result. 2. One of the best natural remedy in controlling diabetes is the intake of juice of bilva and parijataka leaves in identical parts. 3. A cooperative natural home remedy for diabetes is the juice of Margosa. 4. A superb natural home remedy for diabetes is the string bean pod tea. It can be the substitute for insulin also. 5. You can also take two teaspoons of powdered fenugreek seeds with milk. You can also consume two teaspoons of the seeds as a whole every day. 6. An outstanding home remedies for diabetes is to include grapefruit in the diet. 7. A good home remedies for diabetes is the tender leaves of the mango tree. Type 2 Diabetes Diet – Nutritional Requirements : Carbohydrates : High fiber diet increase insulin binding and improve in monocyte insulin receptor binding. Carbohydrate have direct affect on blood glucose levels so diabetic patient should focus either on the amount of carbs intake or speed at which carbohydrates are used by the body. People with diabetes should avoid those foods that rapidly absorbed by the body such as chocolates, sweets and sweetened drinks. Protein : protein is also important for good health of diabetic patient because it provides the amino acids which are essential for tissue repair. Protein helps the body to build new tissue, therefore it helps to grow muscles and also repair damage to the body. Protein does not increase the calorie during absorption like carbohydrate and also does not provide as much calorie as fat. Fats : people with diabetes should take low fat diet because it increases insulin binding and also decreases LDL and VLDL levels and lowers the different complication in diabetics like atherosclerosis. You should include more mono and polyunsaturated fatty acids in your diet which help you to protect your heart. You should try to eat less unhealthy fats like saturated fats and trans fats to lower the risk of heart disease. Dietary fiber : High carbohydrate and fiber diet increase glucose metabolism without improving insulin secretion. High fiber foods help to control the high blood sugar. Eating foods which are high in soluble fiber like oatmeal, beans, apples and other foods may help to decrease visceral belly fat. It also decreases the risk of cancer and heart disease. https://www.facebook.com/dailyHealthSite Key Words : "type 2 diabetes diet" "home remedies for diabetes" "diet for diabetes" "diabetes diet plan" "diabetes type 2 diet" "diet for type 2 diabetes"
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Can Diabetic Eat This Fruits | Fruits Good For Diabetes | Fruits For Diabetes
 
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Eat the Right Fiber | John Douillard's LifeSpa
 
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Read the associated article: http://lifespa.com/eat-the-right-fiber/ Sign up for our free weekly video newsletter: http://lifespa.com/newsletter-signup Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/dr.douillard Follow @JohnDouillard on Twitter Related articles: http://lifespa.com/10-new-reasons-to-eat-veggies/ http://lifespa.com/5-keys-to-a-safe-and-effective-home-detox/ Eat the Right Fiber You have heard of the health benefits of a high fiber diet, such as reducing the risk of cardiovascular disease by a whopping 40%, when compared to a low fiber diet, and it may not surprise you that Americans only eat about half the fiber they should in order to harvest the health benefits of a high fiber diet. But is all fiber created equal? There is soluble fiber, like oatmeal, and insoluble fiber, like the cellulose in veggies. In classic western form, we are told that if you want to lose weight, lower cholesterol, or reduce the risk of diabetes, eat more soluble fiber, such as "heart-healthy" Cheerios. On the other hand, if you are constipated, feeling toxic, overeating, or at risk of colon cancer, we are told to eat more insoluble fiber in the form of vegetable roughage to boost intestinal bulk. While everyone agrees that both are necessary, and that each plays a unique role in maintaining optimal health, we are being told to emphasize one fiber over another based on symptoms, rather than the indisputable logic of nature. Join me as I help you simplify and clarify your fiber needs, and set a nutritional course based on nature's intelligence. ________________________________________________________________________ Let's Review There are two types of fiber: soluble and insoluble. Neither of them is digestible by humans and, thus, they offer no real nutritional value. However, both kinds of fiber perform certain functions in the intestinal tract that makes them absolutely necessary for optimal health. Soluble Fiber Soluble fiber is soluble in water. It becomes slimy and lubricating in the gut when it mixes with water in the digestive system. Think of psyllium or Metamucil. Food Sources Soluble fiber is found in oat bran, barley, nuts, seeds, beans, lentils, peas and some fruits and veggies. Function • Binds with fatty acids and bile in the gut, which are generally attached to bad cholesterol and toxins earmarked for the toilet. • Becomes gel-like in the gut and slows the absorptions of fats and sugars into the blood stream. Benefits • Lowers total cholesterol and LDL or bad cholesterol, thereby reducing the risk of heart disease. • Regulates or slows the blood sugar release from the gut for people with diabetes. Risks • Too much soluble fiber can dehydrate the gut. Have you ever added water to psyllium in a glass? Being a soluble fiber, it will attract water and expand quickly in the glass. If too much soluble fiber is taken, it may pull water away from the gut wall, drying it out. • The expansive effect of soluble fiber can also overly distend the gut. This could cause chronic constipation, a distended bowel, and sluggish absorption of certain nutrients such as sugars and fats into the blood stream. Insoluble Fiber Insoluble fiber does not mix with water and generally moves through the gut intact, acting as bulk and scrubbing the intestinal wall. Think of vegetable roughage. Food Sources Insoluble fiber is found in wheat bran, fruits, veggies, and whole grains. Function • Insoluble fiber tends to speed up the passage of food through the stomach and intestines, adding needed bulk to the stool. • It is also in charge of maintaining the proper pH of the gut, which regulates the balance of good bacteria in the gut. Benefits • Promotes regular bowel movement and prevents constipation • Removes toxic waste through the colon in less time. • Scrubs the villi of the intestines. • Helps prevent colon cancer by keeping an optimal pH in the intestines to prevent microbes from producing cancerous and toxic substances. Risks • Too much insoluble fiber can irritate the gut as excess roughage can inflame a sensitive digestive system. A Symbiotic Relationship While most nutritionists give soluble fibers most of the credit for cardiovascular support, blood sugar regulation and lowering cholesterol, much of these benefits would not exist without the aid of insoluble fibers. Insoluble fibers in the form of cellulose escort the toxins into the toilet. If only soluble fibers existed, toxins might be bound to soluble fibers in the gut with no way out, lingering in the gut and eventually being re-absorbed back into the bloodstream and liver. Experts at the National Academy of Sciences are recommending that these two terms, "soluble" and "insoluble," be phased out with regard to fiber, as their benefits are so intertwined that their exact roles in the gut are still unclear. Read more at http://LifeSpa.com/Fiber
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Top 5 Healthy Snack Bars Choices for Diabetics
 
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1. Quaker Soft Baked Cinnamon Pecan Bar This subtly sweet cinnamon-spiced bar is a hearty start to the day with 5 grams of fiber and 6 grams of protein. Nutrition per serving: - 150 cal. - 4 g total fat(0.5 g sat. fat) - 10 mg chol. - 140 mg sodium - 25 g carb. (5 g fiber, 11 g sugars) - 6 g pro. 2. Luna Chocolate Cupcake Bar Get a protein fix with this hunger-satisfying bar featuring dark chocolate pieces with no chalky aftertaste. It's gluten-free. Nutrition per serving: - 180 cal. - 5 g total fat (2.5 g sat. fat) - 0 mg chol. - 150 mg sodium - 27 g carb. (4 g fiber, 12 g sugars) - 9 g pro. 3. Nature Valley Oats 'n Honey Crunchy Granola Bar If your blood sugar is a little low, these healthy granola bars will do the trick. The combination of honey and rolled oats is ideal for any snacker who prefers crunchy over chewy. Nutrition per serving: - 190 cal. - 7 g total fat(1 g sat. fat) - 0 mg chol. - 180 mg sodium - 29 g carb.(2 g fiber, 11 g sugars) - 3 g pro. 4. Nature's Bakery Lemon Fig Bar Cutting out the bad stuff—high-fructose corn syrup, trans fat, artificial flavors and coloring—this zesty bar is both sweet and tart, and the fruit flavor doesn't taste fake. Nutrition per serving: - 110 cal. - 2.5 g total fat (0 g sat. fat) - 0 mg chol. - 35 mg sodium - 20 g carb.(2 g fiber, 10 g sugars) - 2 g pro. 5. Fiber One Coconut Almond Protein Bar Grab one of these coconut and almond-filled bars coated in chocolate to satisfy your sweet tooth and stock up on fiber and protein for the day. Nutrition per serving: - 140 cal. - 6 g total fat (4 g sat. fat) - 0 mg chol. - 115 mg sodium - 17 g carb. (5 g fiber, 7 g sugars) - 6 g pro.
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How to Beat Diabetes Naturally
 
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In this video the presenter John G. Clark M.D goes through the causes of diabetes. The best way to defeat a lifestyle disease such as diabetes you have to stop what is causing it and take up habits that promote good health. I would also recommend another natural remedies expert, Agatha Thrash MD , she too promotes the use of diet in treating diabetes. Dr Agatha Thrash of Uchee Pines Institute says, "for over 70 years, traditional treatment for diabetes was a high fat, low carbohydrate diet with insulin by injection, or pills by mouth. Justification for prescribing the high fat diet was that it keeps the blood sugar from rising too much after a meal, and it prevents too much sugar from spilling into the urine. But the disadvantages of fatty diets far outweigh the advantages. This type of diet does not reduce blood sugar, nor the insulin requirement to handle the excess sugar. In fact, it tends to make the body less sensitive to insulin and induces resistance to it. Elevation of blood fats leads to hardening of the arteries. It promotes the accumulation of ketone bodies in the body tissue and fluids, and accelerates aging." Other diets that have been used to control diabetes are high protein, high carbohydrate and high fiber diets. Protein diets seem to prevent a significant rise in blood sugar, but are "impractical, monotonous, expensive, promote kidney and liver failure and hardening of the arteries, and are usually high in fat," hence not recommended. Refined carbohydrate diets (sugar, white flour, white rice, etc.) are rapidly absorbed, elevating the blood sugar after meals, as well as increasing triglycerides. Such a diet is a detriment in treating diabetes, and is no treatment at all. However, when complex carbohydrates--whole grain bread and cereals, brown rice, bran, fruit, vegetables and no refined sugar--compose most of the meal, the disadvantages of a high carbohydrate diet disappear. The body better utilizes the carbohydrate and glucose in the food. When mildly diabetic persons switch from 45% refined carbohydrates to 85% complex carbohydrates, their glucose tolerance test improves. Most Americans on a high meat diet eat between 14 and 20 grams of plant fiber every day. The ideal vegetarian diet provides 65-70 grams. Insulin must hook up on one side with sugar (glucose), and the other side must slide into insulin "docking sites" (receptors) on cells. For sugar to be properly utilized, the docking sites must be filled with insulin. Here is another advantage of a high fiber diet--the fiber increases the number of docking sites. Obese individuals have fewer insulin receptors, hence fewer sites for sugar-hooked insulin to slide into. Fasting for several days, until the blood glucose returns to normal, multiplies insulin docking sites. This usually takes three to five days, and should be done only in type II (or "adult onset") diabetics. Type I diabetics should never fast. If the person is obese, fasting for a day or two a week, non-consecutively, can be very helpful for diabetic control. In addition to decreasing the rapid rise of blood sugar after a meal and increasing the number of insulin docking sites on cells, a high fiber diet lowers blood fats, helping to carry cholesterol out of the body. It keeps the blood sugar at a lower level than a fiber-free meal. Triglycerides (blood fats) and cholesterol are also decreased, thus lessening the risk of coronary heart attack. Exercise along with the diet is important and cannot be overemphasized. Exercise enhances the sensitivity of the tissues to insulin, increasing the number of insulin receptors. It helps decrease body fat, thus making people more sensitive to insulin. Dr Agatha Thrash further states that, "We have found over the years that a total vegetarian diet, high in fiber and the unrefined carbohydrates, low in fats; coupled with a regular exercise program; and weight control is the very best to control diabetes and to prevent the serious complications of this disease. By far the majority of people stay on the program. They enjoy the food, for it is palatable, practical and attractive. The whole family can benefit from eating this food. Most of those who stay on the program never need to take pills or insulin again. http://ucheepines.org
Best Cold Cereals Choice For Diabetics
 
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1. High-Fiber Cereal - Kellogg's FiberPlus Antioxidants Cinnamon Oat Crunch Per serving (3/4 cup): 110 cal., 1.5 g total fat (0 g sat. fat), 0 mg chol., 140 mg sodium, 26 g carb. (9 g fiber, 7 g sugars), 3 g pro. - Kashi Go Lean Per serving (1 cup): 140 cal., 1 g total fat (0 g sat. fat), 0 mg chol., 85 mg sodium, 30 g carb. (10 g fiber, 6 g sugars), 13 g pro. - Kellogg's All-Bran Original Per serving (1/2 cup): 80 cal., 1 g total fat (0 g sat. fat), 0 mg chol., 80 mg sodium, 23 g carb. (10 g fiber, 6 g sugars), 4 g pro. 2. Flavored Flakes cereal - Kellogg's Special K Blueberry Per serving (3/4 cup): 110 cal., 0 g total fat, 0 mg chol., 140 mg sodium, 26 g carb. (3 g fiber, 8 g sugars), 2 g pro. - Kellogg's Frosted Flakes with Fiber, Less Sugar Per serving (3/4 cup): 110 cal., 0 g total fat, 0 mg chol., 160 mg sodium, 26 g carb. (3 g fiber, 8 g sugars), 2 g pro. - Kellogg's Special K Cinnamon Pecan Per serving (3/4 cup): 120 cal., 2 g total fat (0 g sat. fat), 0 mg chol., 180 mg sodium, 24 g carb. (3 g fiber, 7 g sugars), 2 g pro. 3. Puffed Cereal - General Mills Honey Kix Per serving (1-1/4 cups): 120 cal., 1 g total fat (0 g sat. fat), 0 mg chol., 190 mg sodium, 28 g carb. (3 g fiber, 6 g sugars), 2 g pro. - Quaker Crunchy Corn Bran Per serving (3/4 cup): 90 cal., 1 g total fat (0.5 g sat. fat), 0 mg chol., 250 mg sodium, 23 g carb. (5 g fiber, 7 g sugars), 2 g pro. - Barbara's Puffins Honey Rice Per serving (3/4 cup): 120 cal., 1 g total fat (0 g sat. fat), 0 mg chol., 80 mg sodium, 25 g carb. (3 g fiber, 6 g sugars), 2 g pro. 4. Flavored O's cereal - Trader Joe's Triple Berry-O's Per serving (3/4 cup): 110 cal., 1 g total fat (0 g sat. fat), 0 mg chol., 180 mg sodium, 25 g carb. (3 g fiber, 7 g sugars), 2 g pro. - General Mills MultiGrain Cheerios Per serving (1 cup): 110 cal., 1 g total fat (0 g sat. fat), 0 mg chol., 160 mg sodium, 23 g carb. (3 g fiber, 6 g sugars), 2 g pro. - Trader Joe's Multigrain O's Cereal Per serving (1 cup): 110 cal., 1 g total fat (0 g sat. fat), 0 mg chol., 135 mg sodium, 24 g carb. (3 g fiber, 6 g sugars), 2 g pro. 5. Bran Flakes cereal - Post Grape-Nuts Flakes Per serving (3/4 cup): 110 cal., 1 g total fat (0 g sat. fat), 0 mg chol., 125 mg sodium, 24 g carb. (3 g fiber, 4 g sugars), 3 g pro. - Post Bran Flakes Per serving (3/4 cup): 100 cal., 0.5 g total fat (0 g sat. fat), 0 mg chol., 180 mg sodium, 24 g carb. (5 g fiber, 5 g sugars), 3 g pro. - General Mills Wheaties Per serving (3/4 cup): 100 cal., 0.5 g total fat (0 g sat. fat), 0 mg chol., 190 mg sodium, 22 g carb. (3 g fiber, 4 g sugars), 2 g pro.
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Foods to Prevent Diabetes: 10   Super Foods for Diabetics
 
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What To Drink When You Have Diabetes - Diabetes Diet
 
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Can a Diabetic Eat Bananas - Banana Is Good Or Bad For Diabetes
 
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Healthy Diabetes Diet Tips
 
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Currently, there is no cure for Diabetes, although researchers are making strides in the field every day. However, Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes can be managed successfully by following a proper diet, getting regular exercise and, in some cases, using diabetes medication. Diabetes Diet Treatment of diabetes almost always begins by following a diabetes diet designed to control blood glucose levels. Generally speaking, a healthy diet of a diabetic is a healthy diet for non-diabetics: 40 to 60% carbohydrates, 20% protein and 30% or less fat. Avoidance of excess consumption of sugar is also an important part of a diabetes diet. Diabetics don't have to avoid sugar entirely, but need to incorporate it as part of a balanced diet, being careful not to add sugar to foods. At each meal, diabetics can eat two to five carbohydrate servings, one protein serving and a small amount of fat. Following are general guidelines on what types of food to incorporate and types of food to avoid. A dietician or doctor can provide a balanced diabetes diet plan to follow. Carbohydrates make up the balance of the diet, and include fruits, vegetables, dairy, beans, and starches (such as bread and rice). Reach for fresh fruit. Eat vegetables that are fresh, canned or frozen. Choose bread that’s high in fiber and low in sugar. Avoid canned fruit, dried fruit or fruit juices, all of which have excess sugar added. Protein sources include meat, poultry, dairy products, fish, and beans. Eat more fish and chicken than red meat and reach for low-fat or fat-free dairy products. Avoid eating poultry skin and excess fat on cuts of meat. Fat is necessary for the body, but should be used in moderation. Fat is in dairy and meat products, and the butter, margarine, and oils often added to food during cooking. Check with your healthcare provider about the number of fat grams you should be eating each day. Avoid fried foods, mayonnaise-based food, egg yolks, bacon and regular dairy products, choosing fat-free and low-fat dairy instead. Be sure to check low and fat-free dairy product labels to see how many carbohydrates they contain, and add those grams to your daily carbohydrate intake. An important part of a diet for managing diabetes is controlling portion size. Be sure you are eating the right amounts of the right foods to maintain a healthy diabetes diet. If a diabetes diet isn't totally controlling blood sugar levels, a doctor may prescribe diabetes medication. Medication does not cure diabetes, but helps manage insulin levels.
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Cure DIABETES Naturally By Following DASH DIET
 
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Food For Diabetes | 7 Easy Breakfast Ideas for Type 2 Diabetes
 
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Hi Friends, Watch More Top Five Health Care Videos Click here: https://goo.gl/UnZvu8 Today I am Going To Show You , Watch►Food For Diabetes | 7 Easy Breakfast Ideas for Type 2 Diabetes #Orangehealth What is the best breakfast for a diabetic to eat? What is a good breakfast for a diabetic? What fruits diabetics should avoid? What can diabetics eat list? For people with diabetes, morning is usually the time of day with the highest blood glucose levels so a good breakfast choice will help to improve your control. ... Newly diagnosed type 1. ... For those who can handle a few more carbs than the rest of us, Weetabix, Oatibix and Shredded Wheat can make for good choices 7days 7 Breakfasts for Diabetics Skipping breakfast may be associated with a significantly increased risk of type 2 diabetes. If you have type 2 diabetes, breakfast is a must, and it can have real benefits. “The body really needs the nutrients that breakfast provides to literally ‘break the fast’ that results during sleeping hours. Eating foods at breakfast that have a low glycemic index may help prevent a spike in blood sugar all morning long and even after lunch. 1. Eggs: Hard-boiled eggs are a great on-the-go option. To save you time in the morning, make a batch early in the week. All you’ll have to do in the morning is grab one on your way out the door. Though people with diabetes are at a higher risk of heart disease, research has shown that eating six or fewer eggs a week doesn’t significantly impact cholesterol. Buying anti-inflammatory omega-3-rich eggs is even better. 2. Oatmeal: Unsweetened oatmeal is another great breakfast staple. Studies also suggest that it may help decrease insulin resistance in some individuals. Add nuts or seeds, a spoonful of plain Greek yogurt, or berries to incorporate some additional food groups. These toppings also increase the fiber and protein, all of which help provide a more subtle increase in blood sugar rather than a spike. For easy preparation, use a rice cooker to make enough for several days, then portion out into single-serving containers. 3.Yogurt: Unsweetened low-fat or nonfat plain Greek yogurt mixed with fruit is another good way to get the morning going. Greek yogurt has more protein and fewer carbs than traditional yogurt. It’s a great option for people with diabetes. Consider buying single-serving yogurts to help control your portions. If fresh produce isn’t practical for your lifestyle, stock your freezer with frozen fruit. Just be sure to choose products with no added sugar, and skip the fruit juice. 4. Whole-Grain Cereal: Hot or cold, the right cereal makes a great breakfast. Enjoy a bowl of high-fiber, low-sugar cereal with skim milk, or heat up plain oatmeal. “When it comes to whole grain cereal, you can't beat a bowl of steel-cut oats,” says Kennedy. “They're packed with fiber, vitamins, and minerals and make a great base for a healthy and diabetes-friendly breakfast." Just remember that a little goes along way: A half cup equals one serving and about 15 grams of carbs. And watch what you add to it. Limit the butter and sugar — instead, top with fresh fruit, skim milk, or a sugar substitute to sweeten your meal. 5.Breakfast Burrito: This filling and easy meal can be eaten on the go when wrapped in foil. Using a nonstick skillet and cooking spray, scramble an egg with onions and green peppers or spinach. Place in a warmed whole-wheat tortilla, sprinkle with nonfat cheddar cheese, add some salsa, and you have a healthy breakfast to keep you going until lunch. 6. Almonds and Fruit For a breakfast you can eat on the run, grab a hearty handful of whole, raw almonds and a small serving of low glycemic-index fruit, such as berries, a peach, an apple, or an orange. The fiber and healthy monounsaturated fats in the nuts will help you feel full, and the fruit adds additional fiber and a touch of sweetness to your morning without causing a blood-sugar spike. 7. Breakfast Shake For a meal in a minute, blend one cup of fat-free milk or plain nonfat yogurt with one-half cup of fruit, such as strawberries, bananas, or blueberries. Add one teaspoon of wheat germ, a teaspoon of nuts, and ice and blend for a tasty, filling, and healthy breakfast. Follow us On Facebook: https://goo.gl/L2p5KT Twitter: https://goo.gl/LSiwaO Google + : https://goo.gl/R4UnR7 Blogger: https://goo.gl/DN6GtF Wordpress: https://goo.gl/F9yejA ================================= Thank you for watching Our videos For more –like-comment-share & subscribe ================================= DISCLAIMER: The information provided on this channel and its videos is for general purposes only and should not be considered as professional advice. We are trying to provide a perfect, valid, specific, detailed information .we are not a licensed professional so make sure with your professional consultant in case you need. All the content published in our channel is our own creativity.
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The Best Diet For Type 2 Diabetes
 
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http://bloodsugarblueprint.com Type 2 diabetes is a growing pandemic and the information that healthcare professionals are giving to their patients is often inaccurate and not based on the latest research of what works today. Type 2 diabetes is NOT a lifelong disease, it is 100% preventable and reversible. Using research proven methods in the area of diet, nutrition and exercise a diabetic individual can have total control over their diabetes and their health. No longer do you have to take poisonous diabetic medications that are plagued with dozen of side effects. These diabetic medications are often more dangerous than diabetes itself, but are being pushed on to you by the medical and pharmaceutical community as the answer to your type 2 diabetes. There is absolutely no reason why you can't wean yourself off these medications and just use other holistic methods (nutrition & exercise) to treat, manage, and cure yourself of type 2 diabetes. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9jwAGunPFXo References: http://ajcn.nutrition.org/content/early/2010/01/13/ajcn.2009.27725.abstract http://annals.org/article.aspx?articleid=1846638 Flight V. Evidence does not support saturated fats being harmful for cardiovascular health. J Prim Health Care. 2012 Jun 1;4(2):174. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18326600 http://press.endocrine.org/doi/abs/10.1210/jcem-42-4-729-- http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22208554 http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15531663 http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15505128 http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15148063 http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19082851 http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20479151
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