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Diabetes and Nutrition – TypeFree Diabetes

By July 19, 2018 Uncategorized

Diabetes and Nutrition

Controlling Diabetes with Diet

Your doctor has likely told you that you can control your Diabetes with diet. But
what does diet really mean? Taking on a new diet, or nutritional habit, means that you must learn about foods
that are nutritious for your body and the portion sizes that are necessary for your
blood sugar control. Read More..

Nutrition Supplements

According to the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM),
there are six dietary supplements that can help to ease the complications associated
with Diabetes. Taking these supplements may also help to delay the on-set of Type
2 Diabetes in some cases. Read More..

Nutrition Factors

Good nutrition plays a huge role in prevention and managing Diabetes. Because Diabetics
are not able to properly process the sugars that are found in many foods, diabetics
need to pay very careful attention to the kinds of food they eat, particularly when
it comes to the level of sugars found in the foods. Read

Diabetes Menu Planner

Chances are good that you are already well aware that the food you eat has a direct
impact on your body weight and overall health. For example, most of us know that
the more food we eat, the more calories we take in. Taking in calories gives us
energy, but excess calories are often stored on the body as fat.
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Portion Control – The Right Amount of

Americans eat too much food. Studies are indicating that Americans not only eat
too much food, but our ideas of what an appropriate food portion is are drastically
distorted. According to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), there are specific
portions of certain food groups that everyone needs to eat every day in order to
stay healthy. Read More..

Type 2 Diabetes – Nutrition Basics

In order to manage your Diabetes, it is important to understand nutrition – perhaps
more than the average person. The Diabetic body must maintain a careful balance
of chemicals from food in order to stay healthy and continue to function normally.
The Mathematics of Nutrition – Proper nutrition comes down to basic mathematics.
Despite what many fad diets suggest: Read More..

4th of July Treats Mythbusters

1. I can have as much watermelon as I want – it’s fruit, after all!
Watermelon is extremely high in sugar (fructose). While watermelon does contain
a healthy dose of water and can help cool you down on a hot July 4th, it contains
a level of sugar that may be unhealthy for some Diabetics.
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Type 1 Diabetes – Bag Lunch Tips for

Type 1 Diabetes is generally detected in childhood, which means that after a child
is diagnosed with the disease, his or her diet will have to be modified. Sometimes,
being different than other children by having to eat different foods is the hardest
part of Type 1 diabetes for children. Lunch time can be especially difficult for
Type 1 diabetic children. That’s why we have prepared some special tips to help
parents of Type 1 Diabetics plan special foods for their children that they won’t
want to trade during lunchtime. Read More..

Salad Mythbusters

Do you think a salad has to be a boring bowl of greens that could barely sustain
a supermodel? Think again. Salads can have surprising ingredients, and are versatile
enough to be either a light side dish or a hearty main attraction. Www.typefreediabetes.com
offers easy-to-prepare recipes for salads that are as nutritious as they are delicious.
Still not convinced? Read on. Read More..

Type 2 Diabetes and Grilling with Splenda

Planning a barbecue? If you want the menu to be healthier than the traditional picnic
fare, there are plenty of tasty options. In place of well-marbled steak or chock-full-of-fat
hot dogs and burgers, grill salmon, chicken, or shrimp. Replace mayonnaise-drenched
potato salad with whole grain rolls, brown rice, or a salad made with whole-grain
pasta. Read More..

Appetizer and Snack Tips

People with diabetes need to avoid appetizers and snacks made of high sugar or saturated
fats. The goal should be to have a mix of fiber, protein, unsaturated fat, and carbohydrates.
Here are a few suggestions on what to eat:

  • Serve cut-up raw fruits or vegetables with low-fat dip for a mid-morning break

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