^_^ Foods and Diabetes? ^_^?
And what foods facilitate PREVENT diabetes?
^_^ Thank you very much ^_^ Looking forward to a best answer! LOL
Foods do not explanation diabetes, they contribute to high or low blood sugars. You should stay away from sweets, carbs and big portions.
Green leafy veges, organic veges, squash, broccoli; most veges are good for you along near fruit. The whole situation is to munch through three or four times a day, small portions. A portion should be no more than what will fit contained by the palm of your hand.
foods that label you fat. heaviness is one of the main factor in developing type 2
This spring while surrounded by Texas I met a nurse from Nigeria where he have gotten the bulk of his training, and I asked him what struck him about the differences contained by diseases between here and Nigeria. He said that parasites be common within Africa, but he was presented next to a diabetic while training and told that this will be one of the few cases he will see in his lifetime.
He claimed it be a diet that was defined by poverty and the deficiency of refrigeration. Everything was eat fresh and there be no processed foods. They also road bikes or walked everywhere, so in attendance was lots of exercise.
I do know that near my own diabetes (type II) that exercise has be a tremendous help. I haven't be as good near my diet, but the weight watchers food guidelines enjoy always worked for me. Nothing is forbidden but you are pushed towards more vegetables. Raw is better because it largely has more fiber.
I've be a non insulin diabetic for six years and my two nurses and a doctor all told me that I didn't hold the veins of a diabetic when I be getting iv's and meds. (I had a bit of an catastrophe. I end over done my best friend's wife's Harley Davidson.)
Food by itself does not cause or prevent diabetes.
Diabetes is cause by too little insulin (a hormone produced by the pancreas to control blood sugar), resistance to insulin, or both. Some contributing factors include genetic, environmental, and lifestyle factor.
There are many risk factor which can predispose a person to diabetes. Some of these risk factor are:
*A parent, brother, or sister with diabetes
*Age greater than 45 years
*Some ethnic groups (particularly African Americans, Native Americans, Asians, Pacific Islanders, and Hispanic Americans)
*Gestational diabetes or deliver a baby weigh more than 9 pounds
*High blood pressure
*High blood levels of triglycerides (a type of curvy molecule)
*High blood cholesterol level
*Not getting plenty exercise
If you have diabetes proper diet and exercise are extremely esteemed in controlling blood sugar. Depending on the type of diabetes that a personality has, medication may be critical.
Genetics is a big part of type 1 diabetes...
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/bv.fcg... (genes and type 1 diabetes)
http://themalebiologicalclock.blogspot.c... (father’s age and type 1 diabetes)
Type 2 diabetes have increased risk to get it if you are elder and overweight and don't exercise (although some younger overweight people are getting it immediately, too).
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