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Cashew Nut(kajoo) Is Good For Diabetes(sugar Disease)

Cashew Nut(Kajoo) is good for Diabetes(Sugar disease) dry fruit kay paisay kahan say lay kar aayeen ? do u know how much it cost to get 1 lb of Cashew Nut.? dry fruit kay paisay kahan say lay kar aayeen ? do u know how much it cost to get 1 lb of Cashew Nut.? bhai ab tu sugar bhi inti mehngi ho gai hai. About Erin I am a current graduate student at USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism. I write for Neon Tommy, a digital news website, as a science... For those of us who are savvy on health food, what Im about to tell you will come as no surprise, if not, hold onto your hats. If you have heard about good fats such as poly-unsaturated fats and omega fatty acids, found in fish and olive oil, then you know that researchers and nutrition professionals agree that these fats should replace the bad fats including trans fats and saturated fats found in junk food. The body does need some fats, and the good fats in olive oil and fish are much more easily broken down and utilized by the body instead of the saturated fats, which instead of being broken down, may be allocated to fat storage, and add inches to the waistline and pounds to your physique. Increasing your waistline do Continue reading >>

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  1. Pinewood

    Anyone take Glipizide 5 MG or Januvia 100 MG

    Anyone take Glipizide 5 MG or Januvia 100 MG and having any side effects? I saw that there is alot of lawsuits against the makers of januvia.

  2. furball64801

    I have been on both no longer take either. The only thing that really works for me is insulin, how are your numbers doing with these meds.

  3. Lynnw

    I've been on Metformin and Janumet (Januvia and Metformin together). I didn't stay on the Janumet very long, and I've been on and off Metformin for several years. The first time I had serious side effects, the second time I took Met it worked well, but then it just stopped working after 4-5 months. Now I'm trying it again.

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How to roast peanuts on the gas stove - How To Roast Raw Peanuts Ingredients Peanuts ( ) - 1 cup Salt ( ) - 1/2 tsp Salt ( ) - 2 cups (for roasting) How to make Roasted Peanuts 1. Take 1/2 tsp salt, add 1 tbsp water, mix well till salt dissolves. Pour salty water over 1 cup peanuts. 2. Take 2 cup salt, put it to a heavy based wok, turn on flame. Stir it at every minute. Heat salt for 5 minutes. Also stir peanuts to coat salty water well. 3. When salt is wok is rightly hot, put the peanuts in the salt. Roast peanuts by stirring regularly for 4 minutes. Keep flame medium. 4. After 4 minutes when peanuts are roasted, turn off flame, sieve the peanuts, remove salt.Place peanuts in a plate to cool. 5. To peel them off, lift some peanuts, rub with both hands against each other, peel comes of. 6. To remove the peeled skin from peanuts,winnow them, the light peel will come up front. Remove then. Serving: 7. Relish eating nutty and salty Roasted Peanuts anytime. Have it as a snack or munch on it anytime or add it to your favorite poha or upma. Subscribe for more recipes - http://www.youtube.com/subscription_c... For the Best recipes on YouTube, log onto - http://www.youtube.com/nishamadhulika Find us on Facebook at - https://www.facebook.com/nishamadhulika Visit my Hindi Website http://nishamadhulika.com

Cashew Nuts /peanuts

Diabetes Forum The Global Diabetes Community Find support, ask questions and share your experiences. Join the community I am just asking this question in regards to Cashew and Peanuts (salted only ones) would this be quite safe for me to have these only in moderation as me being a type 1 diabetic? I will much appreciate any advice on this. Makes no difference whether you are a T1, T2 or whatever. I am actually sitting having about 50grams of M & S Roasted and Salted Cashew Nuts. Carbs per 100g weight = 20.5g Therefore my 50g portion works out at just 10.5g carbs. Ideal for a snack or an addition to your main meal. Minimal sodium intake too. I watch my BP too. As cugila says, they're a great snack. I'd suggest testing to see whether you need any insulin for them; you might not if you're only eating a smallish amount, but it's worth testing. I know I personally need a unit of insulin per 30g cashews, but of course it varies from person to person. Most other nuts have far fewer carbs and might be "better" choices in terms of your control, but there's no getting round the fact that cashews and peanuts just taste far nicer than other nuts! Continue reading >>

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  1. rav2016

    Which is the best Glucometer? How accurate is Bayer's Contour Next? How do the glucometer readings compare with the laboratory blood test results?
    I appreciate any advise.

  2. nita13

    The best for me is the one that the insurance company will pay for the test strips. Had been using the One Touch Ultra Mini and switched this year to the Bayer Contour Next. It does not matter as long as you are consistent to look for trends.

  3. maryd98

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    Re: Which is the best Glucometer?

    [email protected]:
    Which is the best Glucometer? How accurate is Bayer's Contour Next? How do the glucometer readings compare with the laboratory blood test results?
    I appreciate any advise.
    All meters have to be within 20% of the acual BG number, and I believe most are more accurate than that, esp when BG is in or close to non-diabetic ranges.
    If you want to compare it (any meter) to lab tests, take the meter with you next time you go to have blood drawn and test with your meter immediately before or after your blood is drawn. Make a note of the number and a reminder to check that number against lab results; then when you get the lab results, you can compare the two numbers and see how close they are. When I've done this, I've always been satisfied 'cause the numbers were very close (sometimes identical).
    I don't know that there's any one that's "the best" but, like Nita said, the one that insurance will cover (esp for your test strips, which is where the real expense comes in) is probably the best option.
    There are some differences, mainly re: things like size and bells and whistles (like, can you download info from the meter to your computer, what kind of notification/sound do you get when the test is done, does the meter talk), but otherwise, I don't think there are huge differences between them--the main difference, it seems, is in how the display looks (at least, that's true of the meters I've used).
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    Diagnosed T2 July 1998
    First A1C (July 1998): 13.6
    First BG (July 1998): 537
    Latest A1C (October 2017): 5.7
    A1c has been under 6 since I got my BG under control (early in 1999), except for once when it was 6.2
    On oral meds for about 9 months after diagnosis
    "Just" diet and exercise since quitting oral meds.
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    "Just" really means "plus" keeping stress in check, getting enough sleep, changing my work schedule as needed, timing my meals and snacks, making time to take care of non-work and non-diabetes needs (as well as diabetes and work needs), and making time for just me, myself, and I. :-)

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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. ABBY_ROAD

    Lots of suggestions here, but have you checked with your doctor? That should be a starting point for you to see what type shakes you can or should not drink. Ask your doctor about making your own smoothies from fresh vegetables.
    Good luck,

  2. COLNETTLISA

    A healthy diet is extremely important for anyone, but it’s especially important for diabetics. Many foods we consume are turned into glucose (sugar), which the body uses for energy during the metabolism of carbohydrates, proteins, and fats. When the pancreas fails to produce the hormone insulin, blood sugar cannot get into the body’s cells.

  3. MARCELA_OLEGA

    yet another known source of fiber is consuming chia seeds, just 2 table spoons of chia seeds already give you 20% of your daily need in fiber, it says "using of just 1 tablespoon chia seeds by type 2 diabetics prove a decrease in their blood glucose levels."
    check for yourself:
    www.chia-direct.com/control_weight_energy_
    level_pregnancy_diabetics.htm

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