What To Eat For Type 2 Diabetes?

 

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Many people who found out to have type 2 diabetes are concerned and scared. But I guess there is not that much to worry about it. You always can live with it suppose you eat healthy food. Look up what you can and should not eat when having type 2 diabetes. Read more below.

Diabetes Foods and Nutrition – What to Eat for Type 2 Diabetes

http://diabetes.about.com/od/nutrition/tp/diabetesfoodnutrition.htmDiabetes Foods and Nutrition – What to Eat for Type 2 Diabetes Wondering what to eat for type 2 diabetes? Healthy eating is a balancing act when you have diabetes and maintaining a healthy weight is the name of the game. Fresh fruits and vegetables, lean protein sources, and whole grains will give you the nutrition you need, and provide a low calorie, low fat, carb-conscious diet.

Wondering what to eat for type 2 diabetes?

Healthy eating is a balancing act when you have diabetes and maintaining a healthy weight is the name of the game.

Fresh fruits and vegetables, lean protein sources, and whole grains will give you the nutrition you need, and provide a low calorie, low fat, carb-conscious diet.

Chris Stein/Getty Images 1. Fruits Getting enough fiber and vitamins in your diet is easy when you add fruit to your meals.

Fruit is naturally low calorie, and low in fat.

Carbohydrate counts can vary depending on the type of fruit, but fruit delivers much needed vitamins and antioxidants so it is carbs well spent.

More ยป Gregor Schuster/Getty Images 2. Vegetables Popeye knew what he was doing when he ate his spinach.

Vegetables are packed with nutrition and are low in calories and fat, and high in fiber.

They fill you up, and can help you keep your diet on track.

Eat 5 to 9 servings of vegetables a day.

Your body needs protein to function.

Protein also keeps you satisfied longer than carbohydrates do.

Carbs are a fast burning fuel, and protein is a slower, more steady source of energy.

Most protein sources, such as meats, eggs and cheese, don’t raise blood sugar.

Fiber keeps you full longer and helps move things along in the digestive track.

It can also help lower your cholesterol.

But there is also a surprising benefit that fiber provides.

Your body needs some fat to function properly.

Less healthy fats like trans fats, and fats that are solid at room temperature, should be eaten as sparingly as possible.

Try to limit sodas, or other high-calorie sweetened drinks.

Water has no calories, and is what your body really craves.

If it is hard to get used to drinking plain water, spruce it up with lemon or lime slices.

 

 

To your health and a healthier liefestyle

Anton Winkler

2 Comments

  1. Gerardo Pintor Alarcon on November 11, 2015 at 8:22 am

    Muy bien Anton



  2. admin on December 22, 2015 at 9:01 pm

    Gracias
    Gerardo tiempo que no escuche nada de ti.



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