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Flat Belly Diet! Diabetes: Lose Weight, Target Belly Fat, And Lower Blood Sugar

Ghost-writer of this Rodale best-seller for Prevention magazine with diabetes experts Steven Edelman, MD, and Gillian Arathuzik, RD, CDE. Continue reading >>

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  1. northernl1ghts

    Flat Belly Diet Diabetes

    So a few months ago I picked up a book. The Flat Belly Diet Diabetes. Basically modified for our health condition.
    I read it cover to cover and have adopted this way of eating for the most part.
    Some of things that have changed for me was adding a good fat to every meal: nuts, seeds, avocado, olives or olive oil and even semi-sweet chocolate chips once in a while!
    I also started eating 4 meals a day clocking in at nearly 400 calories a piece. I have never once been hungry. There is 25-45 carbs per meal so there is the ability to eat more/less if you so desire.
    The idea behind the diet and included exercise plan (which is basically low-impact cardio and a little resistance training) is to lower your a1c and reduce the amount f visceral belly fat (the deep fat) one has. I started seeing results right away!!!
    Now, if I had only stuck with it (I went on a vacation for the last two weeks of October and completely derailed every single good habit I have developed for the past year). Going forward, I intend to shift back towards this style of eating and will report back with my results, waist circumfrence and weight.

  2. jim55

    Yup, get back on the horse. Must be a good plan for you if it's working. Most plans work if one sticks to them. Eat less, move more and over time success comes. Good luck to you!

  3. jwags

    I used to do the Flat Belly Diet well before I was dx'd. I still add the fat to every meal but since diabetes I had to lower my carb per meal to around 10. Sometimes in the afternoon I can handle a few more carbs.

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