Diabetes Diabetic Stay Away from These Foods
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Slide 1 – Worst Food For Diabetics
Slide 2 – A healthy diet is your best line of defense in controlling diabetes. It’s crucial to know what foods to eat and what foods to limit in order to keep blood sugars stable. The Glycemic Index, referred to as GI for short, is a rating system that assigns foods with a number on a scale of 0 to 100 that is based on how much and how fast they affect blood sugar levels. Experts recommend a low glycemic index diet for diabetics, which means choosing foods based on how they affect blood sugar levels. Low GI foods are slow to digest and have slower absorption rates and therefore, have less impact on blood sugar levels as opposed to high GI foods that cause blood sugar spikes and place an undue hardship on the Pancreas to produce insulin to counteract such spikes.
Slide 3 – White Starches
Simple carbs, like white starches turn into sugars as they are digested, and are high on the GI scale and therefore should be limited. Unlike whole grains, processed grains, like white rice, pancakes, white flour, bread, and pasta have a much higher impact on blood sugars, in part because of a much lower fiber count as compared to whole grain foods.
Slide 4 – Soda And Flavored Coffee Drinks
Soda and flavored coffee drinks are loaded with sugar and have no nutritional value. Limit your intake or better yet replace them with water, seltzers, hot cocoa, plain coffee, or tea with lemon.
Slide 5 – Hamburgers And Fries
Burgers and fries are high in fat, carbs, and sodium. Those with diabetes need to be mindful of fat intake because they are at a higher risk for heart disease. It is therefore best to avoid the drive-thru as much as possible.
Slide 6 – Saturated Fat
Since diabetics are at a higher risk for heart disease, and weight gain exacerbates the condition high unhealthy fat foods should be limited. Swap lard and butter for vegetable or olive oil.
Slide 7 – High Sugar And Canned Fruit
Fruit contains natural sugar, and some fruits have more than others do. Berries contain the least sugar so you can eat more of them and satisfy your sweet tooth. Whole fruit is best; avoid canned products in heavy syrup, preservers, and juice as they have much higher sugar concentrations and juice lacks fiber.
Slide 8 – Sweets
Cake, cookies, pie, muffins, cupcakes and other baked goods should be eaten in extreme moderation since they are made with white flour and refined sugar. An occasional indulgence is fine, but dessert with every meal will quickly cause blood sugars to spike and will place an undue burden upon the Pancreas.
Slide 9 – Alcohol
Alcohol can increase pain associated with diabetic neuropathy. Excessive alcohol, especially, sweet mixed drinks can cause blood sugar spikes. Light beer and dry wine in moderation is best.
Slide 10 – Fried Foods
Fried foods have too many starchy carbohydrates from the coating, along with saturated fat, and sodium. Fried anything is an all-around bad choice for diabetics.
Slide 11 – Heavy Mexican Foods – Burritos, Tacos, and Tortilla Chips
One basket of chips almost doubles the amount of carbs that a diabetic should consume in one meal, not including the main course! Mexican food is typically high in fat, salt, and carbs.
Slide 12 – Healthy diet choices ensure good health and weight loss can reverse Type 2 diabetes! Take action today and make better choices to keep your diabetes under control.
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