What Are The Best Foods For Diabetics To Eat?

Question by dreamgirl L: What are the best foods for diabetics to eat? My mother age 50 was newly diagnosised with diabetes and I wanted to hear from other diabetics or those who live with a diabetic about misconceptions and the best foods to eat to maintain a heathy blood sugar. Does anyone know if splenda products are good substitues? Any suggestions? Best answer: Answer by meeomyo My wife has had diabetes for years and we have found one of our best resources is a Registered Dietitian.We a...
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Q&A: What Are The Best Foods For Diabetics Who Are Quitting Smoking?

Question by kat: what are the best foods for diabetics who are quitting smoking? My mother in law is a diabetic who smokes, but wants to quit without many of the side affects. She wants to know what are good snacks or meals to aid in the process of keeping her mind off of cigarettes but will also keep her blood sugar under control? Best answer: Answer by sparks HARD CANDYS GUM GUMMIEBEARS COFFEE THROGH OUT ASHTRAYS CUT SOME CELLERY ,CARROTS,SQUASH UP INTO “STICKS” AND MAKE A DIP SHE LI...
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The Best Foods For Diabetics On Insulin

The best foods for diabetics on insulin are rich in nutrients that improve insulin sensitivity. I call them “insulin promoters” because they promote more efficient cellular uptake of glucose from the blood. Eating a diet rich in promoters enhances the effects of insulin therapy by targeting insulin resistance, the hallmark of type 2 diabetes. Taking insulin when resistant to its effects simply won’t work. You have to re-sensitize your body to insulin with foods rich in promoters in order to ga...
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Level Foods Tackles The Lows Of A Diabetes Epidemic

Diabetes affects more than 26 million people in the US alone and is expected to double by the year 2025. With more than 84% of people with diabetes taking medications to help lower their blood sugars, many are left battling the highs and fighting the lows. Low blood sugar or “hypoglycemia” is one of the most prevalent side effects when taking diabetes medications. Most people experience an average of two low blood sugar episodes per week. Left untreated it can lead to coma and death in a shor...
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