The Golden Key Controls of Diabetes

The Golden Key Controls of Diabetes

We can completely control and live well with diabetes through a scientific diet.
Although diabetes can not be cured, we can still live healthy with it.
Researchers from the University of Newcastle in the UK have shown that a low-calorie diet can help to reverse diabetes.
For patients with type 2 diabetes, excess fat is present in both the liver and the pancreas which makes the liver react poorly to insulin. At the same time, excess fat in the liver increases the transport of fat to all tissues.
If a poor-fat diet used then the pancreatic fat remains stable, the first-stage of insulin secretion is restored and normalized the plasma glucose control.
People with diabetes are always worried about their diets. They often take a long time to choosing their own foods.
12 dishes with the above criteria to cure the disease through extremely scientific diets.
A balanced diet is needed to control diabetes. You can apply the following best ways to control diabetes:


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1. Do not skip meals:
If we skip meals then the body will be prepared to store more. Due to skipping the meals, a body will focus on changing the distribution stream of substances. While this function is beneficial for health, but for diabetics, this can increase blood sugar levels and reduce urgent situations, such as hypoglycemic shock. That is why you should follow a strict diet, eat small meals during the day and never skip meals.
2. The ratio of feed ingredients to total energy:
-Glucid: 50 – 60% of energy intake.
-Protein: 15 – 20% diet energy.
-Lipid: 20-30% (normal weight and normal blood lipid); Less than 30% (for obese people).
-Fatty Acids: 10%.
-Monounsaturated Fatty Acids 10%.
-Unsaturated fatty acids up to 10%.
-Cholesterol: <300mg / day.
-Fiber: 20 – 35g / day.


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3. Divide the meal:
For diabetic patients, it is important to divide the food into several meals to prevent excessive hyperglycemia after meals and to prevent hypoglycemia from starvation. Should eat 5 – 6 meals a day.
-Should eat 5 – 6 meals a day.
-Breakfast: 20% of total energy per day.
-Lightning: 10% of total energy per day.
-Lunch: 25% of total energy per day.
-Weight: 10% of total energy per day.
-Dinner: 25% of total energy per day.
-Supper: 10% of total energy per day.
4. Exercise regularly:
This is a way of maintaining health and controlling obesity, preventing diseases like diabetes. Moreover, exercise will reduce the side effects of diabetes. That is why exercise should be at least 30 minutes daily.

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