Is Cashew Nut Good For Diabetes

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Nuts, Seeds, Peanut Butter

We're nuts about nuts, seeds, peanut butter & nut butters! Nuts, seeds, peanut butter and nut butters are a great source of protein and natural fats. This means that they make for a great ' GD food pairing tool ' to eat with carbohydrates to slow down the absorption of glucose into the bloodstream. But with so many different products available to buy, which ones should you choose and are any better than others? Here we share with you all our hints and tips for choosing the best nuts, seeds, peanut butter and nut butters... Nuts are a great source of protein and natural fat but they do still contain carbohydrates, meaning that some nuts are better than others. The best choice for nuts are nuts which are not salted or flavoured. Looking at this chart we can see that cashew nuts and pistachio nuts contain the highest amounts of carbohydrates, making them the nuts which aren't so good for pairing if eaten in larger amounts. Another nut that is high in carbohydrates, which isn't listed on this chart is the chestnut, so be wary of these carby nuts at Christmas! Highest in protein are the peanut and almonds. With macademia, walnutsand pecans being the highest in fats. That makes these nu Continue reading >>

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  1. KE5ICS

    Does sex raise your blood sugar levels?

    I know when you are stressed your blood sugar levels can be raised a little. Sexual intercourse is also strenuous activity that may hover in the same area does anyone know if sex has any bearing on the raising of those levels. Even though the activity may also lower your levels.

  2. Beanie318

    My reading was 305 before sex, 264 after. Not a huge difference I guess, but it was a spur of the moment quickie, so it dropped that much in less than 30 min:)

  3. SteveD430

    I suggest everyone joins in this survey, and everyone ensures the results demonstrate that sex is good for your BG level.

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Role Of Cashew Nuts And Other Nuts In The Management Of Diabetes: A Clinical Review

About Authors: Satyanand Tyagi*, Patel Chirag J1, Tarun Parashar2, Soniya2, Rishikesh Gupta3, Devesh Kaushik4 *President, Tyagi Pharmacy Association & Scientific Writer (Pharmacy), Chattarpur, New Delhi, India-110074. Prof. Satyanand Tyagi is a life time member of various pharmacy professional bodies like IPA, APTI and IPGA. He has published various research papers, review articles and short communications. He is member of Editorial Advisory Board for some reputed Pharmacy Journals. He is appointed as an Author for International Pharmaceutical Writers Association (IPWA). (Appointed as an author for the chapters of book on Pharmaceutical Chemistry). His academic work includes 62 Publications (52 Review Articles, 08 Research Articles and 02 short Communications of Pharmaceutical, Medicinal and Clinical Importance, published in standard and reputed National and International Pharmacy journals; Out of 62 publications, 11 are International Publications). His research topics of interest are neurodegenerative disorders, diabetes mellitus, cancer, rare genetic disorders, psycho-pharmacological agents as well as epilepsy. 1Department of Pharmaceutics, Maharishi Arvind Institute of Pharmacy, Continue reading >>

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  1. dewing

    I am a newly diagnosed Type 2 diabetic (only diagnosed last month) and wondred is it worse to be a Type 1 or Type 2 or is it basically the same?

  2. friendsville

    I believe that type 1 is from birth,and is life long,insulin required daily or therabouts.Type 2 is contracted later in life, and can usually be controlled by diet and insulin shots,when
    and if required. Serious consequences can arise, if ignored. Good luck Bill

  3. almonkey


    Originally Posted by dewing
    I am a newly diagnosed Type 2 diabetic (only diagnosed last month) and wondred is it worse to be a Type 1 or Type 2 or is it basically the same? Type I is when the body turns on itself and cannot make insulin. Insulin is required to be injected to live. Type 1 is positively identified when a person tests positive for a Gad 65 antibody. Type 1 can effect babies, children, teens, adults, and the elderly. It use to be thought it occurred only to the young and was called juvenile diabetes. It is now known that type 1 can effect any age group but is formally diagnosed when the antibody is present. At this time there is no cure.
    Type 2 is also seen in different ages but is usually caused by excess body fat-fat is a hormone too- Type 2 is usually a progressive disease but can be stalled by loosing weight and exercise and even reversed. It is usually treated in the beginiing with pills but studies show to control blood sugars, 7 of 10 people will eventually need insulin.
    The complications that may occur from either type 1 or 2 can be horrible. The key is controlling blood sugars. Unfortunately, a person with Type 1 has no control to reverse or stall their disease like a person with Type 2 does. I dont think there is really an answer to your question, just opinions.

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Cashews Nutrition: Helps Prevent Cancer, Diabetes & More

Not only are cashews one of the best-tasting and most versatile nuts there is, but they also come loaded with health benefits. Cashews nutrition benefits include the ability to improve heart health, support healthy brain functioning, and improve digestion and nutrient absorption. Plus, they might even be able to help you lose weight. (1) Cashew consumption has increased in recent years in most Western countries, most likely because nuts in general are repeatedly ranked as some of the healthiest foods there are and an important addition to your diet in order to prevent a wide range of chronic diseases. One of the best things about cashews is that they taste great in both sweet and savory recipes, so consuming them along with other versatile nuts like almonds or walnuts is a breeze. Cashews Nutrition Facts Cashews, which are actually seeds as opposed to nuts, are light-colored and kidney-shaped nuts we often see in trail mixes. They’re actually the fruit of the tropical tree called Anacardium occidentale that produces the bitter-tasting cashew apple. Cashews have been used in traditional medicine systems for centuries to heal various ailments, including poor heart health and diabet Continue reading >>

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  1. sugarpoof

    I think Metformin is causing fatigue. Should I stop?

    Searching for answers for this topic is how I stumbled upon this group. About a month ago, I was diagnosed with Type 2 and was prescribed Metformin 500 mg 2x daily. The most common side effect, gastrointestinal issues, has been minor for me, but the fatigue has become almost unbearable. It literally takes me to zero energy. I'm about ready to give it up and try to fight the fight without the aid of Metformin or any medication. Does the side effect improve over time? As someone who has suffered from Chronic Fatigue Syndrome for several years, I know fatigue and low energy like the back of my hand but this, energy wise, is absolute rock bottom. I'd like to hear particularly from those who also experience this side effect from the drug. Thanks for the help.
    ***I understand that I should not ask anyone to advise me to stop taking a medication. Allow me to rephrase. If you have experienced a similar reaction, can you tell me if things improved over time, either with or without an intervention on your behalf, adding another supplement, for example, or did the side effects cause you to discontinue the medication?***

  2. furball64801

    It could be or it could be the fact your bg is going down. What does your meter say, what readings are you getting. We can not advise you if you should stop it, call your doctor and ask what they think. It never affected me that way but it can some people. Having blood sugar go from a higher number to a lower number can make you tired.

  3. Lloyd

    We cannot and would not suggest anyone not take their prescription.
    I do suggest you call your doctor's office ASAP.

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