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Top 8 Easiest & Best Snacks For A Diabetic

We all get hungry in between meals. So instead of reaching for those chips and nasty saltine crackers, opt for one of these easy tasty snacks instead. They are all low in carbs and perfectly diabetic friendly – of course! 1. Olives Olives make the perfect snack. They are full of healthy monounsaturated fats and contain all the same benefits extra virgin olive oil offers – the ability to lower blood glucose, increase insulin sensitivity, lower cholesterol, reduced risk of heart disease and just improve overall health. When it comes to diabetes, monounsaturated fats are the best types of fats to eat – you'll also find this type of fat in avocados and nuts. Olives are a great source of antioxidants – vitamin E, flavonoids, and polyphenolic compounds that all reduce oxidative stress and inflammation. Just grab a handful, chew them slowly and thoroughly, and your hunger pangs will soon be entirely satisfied. Nutrition Facts: 10 olives: Calories (Energy): 50g Fat: 4.70g Carbohydrate: 2.80g Fiber: 1g Sugar: 0g Protein: 0.40g. 2. Cucumber Cucumbers are low in calories – being mostly made up of water, which makes them perfect for quenching thirst and hunger. According to Organic F Continue reading >>

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  1. primesrfr

    I have only been doing this since January but recently I have been wondering what will happen when and if I decide to go back to a normal diet. I know weight gain and loss differs from person to person and also varies on your diet. So curious to see what peoples experiences were. Did you experience weight gain after stopping the keto diet and if so, how much weight? What did your new diet consist of?

  2. PureLife

    How much do you limit your carbs to currently?

  3. darthluiggi

    You will surely gain ~5 lbs of water weight (really depends on the person).
    If you continue to eat the same amount of calories as you had eaten while on keto, you will likely stay on your same weight.
    Keep in mind that eating keto style reduces hunger and cravings, thus it is easier to not overeat.
    Nevertheless, whatever you eat, try to eat healthy, unprocessed food and stay whitin your calorie range.
    Also, you might want to try /r/paleo

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