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The Top 20 Foods For Beating Diabetes

Every time you roll your shopping cart into the supermarket, you’re making a decision that goes far beyond whether you’re going to have pork or pierogies for dinner. You’re actually choosing between being a victim and a victor. What you put in your cart goes a long way toward determining whether you’ll be compromised by diabetes or start controlling and eventually even beating it. That’s why we’ve assembled the following list of the 20 best foods for fighting diabetes. Every time you go to the store from now on, take this list with you and check off each item. In fact, if your favourite store has a delivery service, sign up for it so your supplies are automatically replenished every few weeks. Research proves that making a few key changes to your diet such as eating more produce, fewer refined carbohydrates, plenty of lean protein, and more ‘good’ fat’helps improve blood-sugar control and cuts the risk of diabetes-related complications. Don’t make the mistake of thinking that one or two or even five foods on this list will transform you. You need most of them, yes, even the flaxseed, because together they represent a new approach to eating, a lifestyle rather th Continue reading >>

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    Treatment of diabetes mellitus
    A diabetic patient is picked up by a multidisciplinary network, in which, inter alia, a general practitioner, a diabetes team, and may be a pedicure concerned.
    Each discipline makes its own goals, aimed at restoring or preventing (serious) complications.
    These complications can not be prevented or reduced, without the blood sugar is normalized.
    The first and most important goal of treatment of diabetes mellitus is, therefore, the stabilization of the blood glucose value at a normal level.
    The blood sugar level is located at a healthy person between 4 and 10 mmol / l.
    When a diabetic patient's blood sugar can rise to 30 or 40 mmol / L.
    There are several measures that can be used in the treatment:
    dietary advice;
    tablets;

    insulin.
    diet Advice
    Previously, diabetic patients had to adhere to a strict diet.
    Today they mostly get advice on a healthy diet.
    These opinions are often given by a dietitian.
    It is very important to eat regularly, there should no meals to be beaten.
    The meals must sit soluble fiber such as fruits, vegetables, and legumes.
    These dietary fibers have a favorable effect on the blood glucose and insulin levels after a meal.
    Varied food and moderately with fat, sugar, salt, and alcohol, are recommendations that apply to everyone, but diabetics should pay more attention to this.
    tablets
    If the pancreas is functioning to some extent, may be a patient with type 2 diabetes are well supported with tablets.
    The condition is that these tablets are combined with a good dietary advice.
    The tablets have a glucose-lowering activity in the blood.
    It remains necessary to regularly test blood glucose.
    During pregnancy is not recommended the use of tablets, because they are harmful to the fetus.
    Insulin
    As with type 2 diabetes the dietary type and the tablets described above help enough, they will be treated with insulin.
    Type 1 diabetes is always treated with insulin.
    Insulin can be administered with a syringe, an insulin pen or an insulin pump.
    Tablets with insulin do not exist, because these broken down in the stomach, and would be converted into amino acids.
    This insulin should not get into the bloodstream.

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