What Dry Fruits Are Good For Diabetics?

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15 Of The Best Foods For Diabetics, According To Science

High in soluble fiber, oats are slower to digest than processed carbs. Eat them and you’ll release glucose into the bloodstream more slowly, which will prevent spikes in your blood-sugar levels. In a 2012 study from Sweden’s Karolinska University, researchers found that eating four servings of whole grains daily reduced the risk for developing prediabetes by 30 percent. Other research shows that if you eat whole grains you experience less inflammation, which could lower the odds of your developing insulin resistance, heart disease, and high blood pressure. These science-backed strategies can work to reverse diabetes. This sweet seasoning contains a compound called hydroxychalcone, which may stimulate insulin receptors on cells and, in turn, improve your body’s ability to absorb blood sugar. Researchers from the University of California-Davis recently reviewed eight different studies on cinnamon and reported that about half to one teaspoon a day lowered fasting blood sugar levels by an average of nine points among people with diabetes. Sprinkle the fragrant spice onto oatmeal or add a dash to a cup of coffee. These myths about diabetes could be damaging your health. From Merri Continue reading >>

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  1. keisha88209

    To answer your questions, everyone of us has different circumstances when it comes to PCOS. For me, my periods were very irregular and I have way too much facial hair. (sad face for me) However, I have learned how to manage PCOS by reading everything I can and trying what I belive may work for me. What I will say is that you should track your ovuation at every period. I currently take 500 mg of metformin 3x's a day and I also take myo-inositstol 2x's a day. My periods are becoming more regular and I also ovulate as I should be. I also found a wonderful doctor here where I live (in Chicago) that really knows how to manage what we have. Finding a doctor who can assist you and support you is also going to be very key in assisting you with any questions you may have. I wish you the bset of luck and happy baby thoughts!

  2. Tuhraysee

    I have also started metformin for those same reasons and started a period the same week I started the mess. My OB said it was normal but she said to wait and see for the next one before ovulation tracking.

  3. ampalayaG

    Hi, yes if you take metformin you'll have your period. I've been taking it myself for 5months now. And i think it will be quite difficult for you to track your ovulation it's crazy for us pcos women. But you can try taking your basal temperature every morning for like weeks so at least you'll know when is your highest temperature.

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