Posts Tagged ‘Diabetes’
In general, for people with diabetes, well-run vegetarian diet can bring benefits including:
- Improve monitoring of glucose levels in blood and tissue response to insulin. This means you have to take less medication and will reduce the risk of complications caused by diabetes.
- Reduced risk of cardiovascular disease due to low levels of cholesterol present in a vegetarian diet.
- Achieve and maintain a healthy weight. Vegetarian diets are low in calories, which can help you lose weight and keep it at a healthy level (if you’re overweight). If you have diabetes, you know that a healthy weight is essential to achieve better disease control. Read the rest of this entry »
Diabetes and healthy diet are two inseparable elements. It’s no secret that controlling diabetes should eat a balanced diet that includes all kinds of nutrients. So curiosity because many patients if a vegetarian diet can be beneficial in controlling this disease. In life and health we tell you more about how a vegetarian diet can help you control your diabetes.
Diabetes is a serious condition that is able to control three things: exercise, medication and healthy diet. This last point is key in achieving control levels of glucose in the blood, and is a topic of much interest among people with diabetes. I always get questions about what the best diet for someone with diabetes and how they can get the nutrition they need while still enjoying food. Read the rest of this entry »
If the doctor just to confirm you have diabetes, safely feel concern about the consequences for your health and the changes you make in your life. Although at first you feel overwhelmed mind! Do not give more control of the disease you have. Here are a few tips for you who take the lead on the issue now.
According to latest statistics from the World Health Organization, more than 220 million people worldwide suffer from diabetes. Clearly such company does not serve you much comfort at this time. The important thing is that you consider that millions of these diabetics have learned to control and manage the illness. And you can too. Of course, supervision and advice of your doctor are important, and further treatment, but the person directly responsible and in charge of your health every day, is diabetic, from what you eat to the activities. Read the rest of this entry »