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Is Avocado Good For Diabetes?

The humble avocado, shunned for years during the fat-free diet craze of the 1990s, may have finally hit its stride. No longer just for guacamole, this nutritious fruit is popping up as a healthy addition to various diet plans. But can people with diabetes eat this food? It turns out that avocados are not only safe for people with diabetes, but they may be downright beneficial. Research shows that avocados offer many ways to help people manage their diabetes and improve their overall well-being. Contents of this article: Diet and diabetes A healthy diet is critical for people with diabetes. The foods that they eat each day can have a considerable impact on how they feel and how well their diabetes is controlled. In general, people with diabetes should eat foods that help control blood sugar levels and that offer health benefits such lowering blood pressure and cholesterol. This is one of the best ways to keep diabetes under control, avoid complications, and lead the healthiest life possible. Avocados are an excellent choice for people with diabetes because they offer all these benefits - and possibly more. How do avocados affect blood sugar levels? Blood sugar control is critical fo Continue reading >>

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  1. cherisepeterson

    Blood sugar and hard boiled eggs (I know, strange title)

    Now I've been diabetic for 10 years now and have this strange problem that every endocrinologist I have ever asked about it has no idea why this is true. I was always taught by ever nutritionist that eggs are free. So why is it I can be perfectly normal and then shoot clear up? That's all I eat is 2 hard boiled eggs.

  2. furball64801

    My feelings are eggs are free, not in the store though ha ha. It might just be the liver dump, are you doing any activity then, exercise house work anything. How long has it been since you ate the body is going to do a dump if it perceives not enough food.

  3. jimt1cgms

    Funny thing, my eggs say 2 carbs each. Same thing goes for a slice of cheese. Seems that most proteins have some equivalence of carbs. YDMV

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