Diabetes At A Glance 


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Since it is more difficult for the cells to Diabetes Freedom Review  interact with insulin in a person who is overweight, a low- fat diet is important for diabetes patient. Maintaining a healthy cholesterol and triglyceride is very important so we must follow these recommendations: Eat foods that contains less fat, especially less saturated fats that we usually found in fatty meats, poultry skin, butter, ice cream, cheese, palm oil, coconut oil, trans fats.

Choose lean meat and meat substitutes Switch to low-fat or fat free dairy products You need to eat at least 5 servings of fruits and vegetables each day Cut back on foods that high in cholesterol like egg yolks, high-fat meal and poultry, and high-fat dairy products. always choose the kind of fat that can help to lower the cholesterol level such as olive or canola oil, and nuts.

Remember to eat foods that are high in fiber such as oat meal, oat bran, dried beans and peas like kidney beans, fruits and vegetables.  Eat less salt and sodium Here is the suggested food servings per day that will help you in managing your condition.  Grains and starches- 6-11 servings per day. This is the group of foods like bread, cereals, rice and pasta. Starchy vegetables like potatoes, peas and corn. They should be counted as carbohydrates for the meal plan

  Friday, August 21, 2020 at 1:55:31 AM


 
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