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Design A Diabetic Meal Plan

A successful diabetic meal plan is one that helps a diabetic patient avoid high blood sugar spikes, so that insulin needs are less, and blood sugar stays steady and at or close to normal ranges. Below I compare the ADA meal recommendations to a ketogenic recommendation and who what each meal does to blood sugar levels. The ADA Meal Recommendation Meal plans which don't support the goal of stabilizing and reducing blood sugar and insulin levels should be avoided. As an example, consider the meal plans suggested by the American Diabetes Association. The ADA website recommends guidelines for diabetics in designing a meal which put the carbohydrate level of each meal in the 60-75 grams per meal range. So what's wrong with ADA meal suggestions? The problem is they are too high in carbohydrate to maintain the blood sugar levels that the American Diabetes Association itself recommends for good health: A meal designed with ADA rules results in the consumption of about 60-75 grams of carbohydrate. At that single meal carb intake level, studies have shown that the post-prandial (after meal) blood sugar levels would average around 198 mg/dL. The ADA recommends that blood sugar measurements sh Continue reading >>

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  1. doirinne

    How long does it take METFORMIN to help me lose weight?

    I have been diagnosed with insulin resistance Nov 2011. Taking METFORMIN, HCL ER 2000mg (since 11/4/11 worked my way up to full dose). Been on full dose for 2.5 weeks now. No weight loss. I am keeping total daily carbs under 45grams per day. Total calories < 1400. PROTEIN = 60-80GRAMS PER DAY. Diet controlled w/dietician every 6 weeks. I work out 5x per week, 45 mins each time = 50/50 cardio/strength training. Drink 8 glasses of water per day. I am very frustrated. How long does full dose of MET 2000mg take to lose any weight? My endo says he feels I can lose 10 lbs by the follow up appt 2/3/12. I haven't lose one ounce yet. PLEASE HELP. DEE
    Added 15 Dec 2011:
    ps I just read somewhere that I should be taking my metformin with full glass of water. I have not been doing that. Just enough water to get the pills down. Also once or twice a week I will have a glass of sugar free lemonade w/ 1.5 oz of flavored vodka (zero sugar, BUT 6-8 total carbs). Could this interfere w/metformins' effect to help the insulin resistance??????
    Added 15 Dec 2011:
    pps the carbs I consume are 99% from vegetables, either green leafy or steamed/frozen

  2. Delila

    Hi, as you probably know, metformin aids weight loss by reducing your natural instinct of hunger, so you eat less. So it is really down to you to loose the weight by eating healthily which it sounds that you are. To be honest i would have expected you to have lost some weight already... there are foods which can hinder you weight loss, such as foods that increase your blood sugar levels, so you need to be aware of these. I am going to add a link to a website that lists the things you should/should not be doing whilst taking the metformin, including dietary suggestions. I hope you see some results soon.

  3. MO mouawim

    Hi, i am healthy and completely well-balanced with no health problem. i take contraceptive pills. would like to loose around 5KG. Can i take glucofage to help me in the process? thank you

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weight loss diet plan, what i eat in a day to lose weight, lose 5 kgs, south indian meal plan, healthy diet plan for weight loss, weight loss food vlog #weightloss #loseweight #skinnyrecipes Breakfast: Sweet Potato & Spicy Green Chutney (Kerala Style) Virgin coconut oil recipe: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qEZMm... Lunch: 1 Jackfruit Roti & Kerala Pumpkin Curry Jackfruit Roti Recipe: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N0Kml... Eve Snack: Cardamom Tea & A handful of peanuts Dinner: Poha Upma - healthy and filling meal ----- PS: I keep hydrated by drinking kerala herbal water and also do 30 mins of exercise. Disclaimer: I do not eat the same meal everyday, I just happened to eat these foods the day I shot this video. By following the same routine, you may or may not get the same results. Everyone has a different body type and lifestyle. Stay healthy and happy! What I eat in a day #1 : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cOAKp... What I eat in a day #2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ymF_3... oats cookies: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M8le7... Turmeric Tea: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=prl8f... kerala pink herbal water: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uVY1f... Lauki/bottle gourd cu

Meal Plan You Can “live” With

The meal plan you decide to use is THE single most important factor in winning the war with diabetes. The diabetes meal plan below has worked for everyone who has followed it, and it can work for you. successful diabetes meal plan and diabetic food chart list of low carb foods to eat and what to avoid Many factors influence how you manage diabetes. Exercise, stress reduction, supplements and drugs (if needed) are all important. However, the number one factor is what you consume. Your journey to reducing blood sugars is literally moments away! In February 2009, I was obese, chronically sick, diagnosed with diabetes, taking 4 insulin shots and drugs just to survive! Today, I have the normal blood sugar reading of a non-diabetic. I am drug and insulin FREE! My Diabetes Meal Plan As of August 2009, I have stayed below 30 grams of total carbohydrates per day. I feel best in the 10-15 gram range of total carbohydrates per day. This low carb meal plan is not just for diabetics. Anyone taking medication, or suffering from a disease or illness should try this meal plan for 30 days. This meal plan is full of low inflammatory foods. The low inflammatory foods will give your body a chance to h Continue reading >>

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  1. frb500sel

    frozen meals

    anyone have any experience with frozen meals such as lean cuisine, weight watchers and healthy choice? do they help control sugars?

  2. DiabeticizMe

    I eat the South Beach meals but I think after reading the post here I am not going to be eating them much longer:)

  3. Half Sunflower

    Hi
    I think that preparing your meals "fresh" is the best way to go. Smart Ones and Lean Cuisine are basically convenience foods that are to be used when nothing else is available.
    Thanks
    Half Sunflower

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Meal Plan For Diabetes: 2000 Calories

A healthy diet is important throughout your life, and even more so, if you have been diagnosed with diabetes. Balancing your diet throughout the day, and moderating the amount of carbohydrates you eat at each meal and snack will help to control your blood glucose levels, and prevent any complications from diabetes. Following a meal plan can help ensure that you get the nutrients you need, while controlling overall calories and carbohydrates. Meal planning tips It is important to eat a consistent amount of healthy carbohydrates at each meal and snack. Your carbohydrates should come from foods such as fruit, vegetables, whole grains, beans, and starchy vegetables. Milk and yogurt also include carbohydrate along with protein and calcium. Try to include at least 2-3 servings of these throughout the day. Choose lean proteins such as skinless chicken or turkey, lean beef, fish, eggs, and plant sources of protein such as tofu or other soy products at each meal. Limit unhealthy saturated fats which are found in butter, cream, and high-fat meats such as bacon or sausage. Too much saturated fat can raise your blood cholesterol and put you at greater risk for heart disease. Include healthy fa Continue reading >>

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  1. Rachel Rosie

    HI, I am trying to find a chart that converts BG readings from a human glucometer (ReliOn Micro) to "cat numbers". My first readings so far (ever, all today) have been 50, 56, and 63, and that seems low. Thanks for any help or info!

  2. dirtybirdsoaps

    This was what I was given when I asked this question
    This post is originally from BJM. I copied and pasted it here:
    Comparing a human glucometer to a pet-specific glucometer is like reading temperature in Celsius vs Fahrenheit. Both are correct. You just need to know the reference ranges to interpret what the numbers mean.
    Here are some glucose reference ranges used for decision making using glucometers. Human glucometer numbers are given first. Numbers in parentheses are for non-US meters. Numbers in curly braces are estimates for an AlphaTrak. There are some examples following at the bottom of how to use them.
    < 40 mg/dL (2.2 mmol/L) {< 70 mg/dL for an AlphaTrak}
    - Treat as if HYPO if on insulin
    - At nadir (lowest point between shots) in a long term diabetic (more than a year), may earn a reduction.
    < 50 mg/dL (2.8 mmol/L) {< 80 mg/dL for an AlphaTrak}
    - If before nadir, steer with food, ie, give modest amounts of medium carb food to keep from going below 50 (2.8).
    - At nadir, often indicates dose reduction is earned.
    50 - 130 mg/dL (2.8 - 7.2 mmol/L) {80 - 160 mg/dL for an AlphaTrak}
    - On insulin - great control when following a tight regulation protocol.
    - Off insulin - normal numbers. (May even go as low as the upper 30s (1.7 mmol/L){60s for an AlphaTrak}; if not on insulin, this can be safe.
    = 150 mg/dL (8.3 mmol/L) {> 180 mg/dL for an AlphaTrak}
    - no shot limit for ProZinc, PZI, or other non-depot insulins
    > 150 mg/dL (8.3 mmol/L) {> 180 mg/dL for an AlphaTrak}
    - At nadir, indicates a dose increase may be needed when following a tight regulation protocol.
    200 mg/dL (11.1 mmol/L) {230 mg/dL for an AlphaTrak}
    - no shot level for beginners; may slowly reduce to 150 mg/dL (8.3 mmol/L) {180 mg/dL} for long-acting insulins (Lantus, Levemir, and ProZinc) as data collection shows it is safe
    180 - 280 mg/dL (10 - 15.6 mmol/L) {may be 210 - 310 mg/dL for an AlphaTrak}- Any time - The renal threshold (depending on data source and cat's renal function) where glucose spills into the urine.
    - Test for ketones, glucose is too high.
    >= 280 mg/dL (15.6 mmol/L) {may be >=310 mg/dL for an AlphaTrak}, if for most of the cycle between shots
    - Uncontrolled diabetes and thus at risk for diabetic ketoacidosis and hepatic lipidosis
    - Follow your insulin protocol for dose adjustments
    - Test for ketones; if more than a trace level of ketones, go to vet ASAP

  3. KPassa

    You don't need to convert numbers from a human meter to "cat numbers" since most of us use human meters already. In order to understand what the numbers mean, I simply use Wikipedia's Blood Sugar Guidelines for feline diabetes for reference ranges (which is based on using human meters).
    50, 56, and 63 are considered "normal" range for a non-diabetic. For a diabetic on insulin, those number could be great...but they could also be worrisome, depending on the insulin you're using, when you gave the last dose, and how much of a dose you gave.

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