Prev post1 of 3Next According to the American Diabetes Association, 25.8 million Americans have diabetes and by 2020 half of all Americans will suffer from this disease. Diabetes causes high blood sugar (glucose) levels due to lack of insulin production or function. It is mainly classified as either Type 1, in which the body fails
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Generally, clean eating for diabetics involves keeping the amount of carbohydrates you consume in check. This menu is based on the guidelines of the American Diabetes Association. Even with dietary restrictions, it’s possible to eat a versatile and delicious range of foods. Diabetics don’t have to settle for a stale menu of the same old foods day in and day out.
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The Science Of Eating - Diabetes is at epidemic proportions in America. and the American Diabetes Association, 25.8 million Americans have diabetes. According to UnitedHealth, more than half of Americans will be diabetic or prediabetic by 2020, and this issues brings a host of complications including heart attack, stroke, kidney failure, nerve damage, poor circulation, hearing loss, erectile dysfunction, periodontal disease, and diabetic retinopathy.
I love Peanut Butter cookies. Here is a recipe from the American Diabetes Association. I have not made these yet, but definitely going to. Only thing I plan to change is in place of the sugar I will be using Splenda. Will keep you posted on how they turn out.
Best Foods for a Diabetic to Eat: Diabetes Meal Planning
Target Levels from the American Diabetes Association Blood Glucose *Before Meals: 80-120 mg/dl *Two Hours After a Meal: 140-150 mg/dl *At Bedtime: 100-140 mg/dl Blood Pressure: Below 130/80 Total Cholesterol: Below 200 mg/dl HDL: Above 45 mg/dl LDL: Below 100 mg/dl Hemoglobin A1c: Below 7% -> These numbers may be modified by your doctor if you are elderly, have vascular disease or cannot tell when your blood sugar is low.
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Often, when people are diagnosed with diabetes, they don't know where to begin. One way is to change the amount of food you are already eating. Focus on filling your plate with non-starchy vegetables and having smaller portions of starchy foods and meats. Creating your plate is an easy way to get started with managing blood glucose levels.