17th

High-Fructose Corn Syrup Health Issues for Diabetics

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Have your ever taken a good look at a doughnut? A doughnut is round. It fills the entire field of vision every time you take a bite. Doughnuts can be sprinkled with all kinds of crunchy, interesting foods. They can be filled with fruit-scented fillings in the hole in the […]

10th

Is There Anything Good About White Sugar for Diabetics Trying to Maintain Normal-Range Blood Sugar Levels?

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If there is anything nutritionists agree on, it’s that white sugar is bad. Tiny amounts of white sugar, however, are not necessarily poisonous for diabetics or anyone else. White sugar has several commendable qualities. It is a quick energy source, one of the most practical home treatments for treating emergencies […]

03rd

Alcohol and Sugar: A Deadly Combination for Diabetics

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Alcohol and Sugar: A Deadly Combination for Diabetics When the question is what kind of foods to eat with type 2 diabetes, there is a good reason alcohol is nowhere on the list. Alcohol and sugar are a deadly combination for type 2 diabetics. Since alcohol abuse disrupts the metabolism […]

24th

Achieving Normal-Range Blood Sugar Levels with the Help of Vitamin C

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Achieving Normal-Range Blood Sugar Levels with the Help of Vitamin C Researchers at the Shahid Sadoughi University of Medical Sciences and Health Services in Iran tracked the progress of 84 diabetics given either 500 mg or 1,000 mg of supplemental vitamin C every day for six weeks. Taking 500 mg […]

17th

Cinnamon Sticks for Weight Loss and Diabetic Control

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A number of recent clinical research trials are creating a growing body of evidence that cinnamon helps diabetes control blood sugars. In diabetics who take no medication at all, taking three 1,000 mg capsules of cinnamon every day for a month typically: Lowers fasting blood sugars by 18 to 29 […]

10th

An Almost-Free Fat Burner Diet Plan for Diabetics

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If there is anything diabetics can agree on, it’s that it is very hard for diabetics to lose weight. High-protein diets do nothing to correct the underlying diabetic condition, and high-carb diets require more diabetes medication or more insulin, which have the side effect of stimulating weight gain. Fortunately, there […]

03rd

What to Eat to Avoid MSG

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MSG is a time bomb in the diabetic diet. Known under a plethora of label names, including monosodium glutamate, autolyzed yeast, hydrolyzed yeast, yeast extract, soy extract, protein isolate, “spices,” and “natural flavorings” adds a meaty, savory taste to all kinds of foods. MSG is so tasty that there are […]

27th

When It’s Good for Diabetics to Go Nuts

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Nuts should be on any list of foods for diabetics to eat. A modest amount of nuts and seeds, up to a handful (3 oz) a day, provide fiber and fat that can kill appetite. If you want to be able to eat less at any meal, about 20 minutes […]

20th

Making Your Own List of Foods for Diabetics to Eat

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If you are diabetic, chances are you have been given a long list of foods that you can’t eat. But instead of a list of foods you can’t eat, how about a list of foods that are reliably healthy for people with type 1 or type 2 diabetes? Generally speaking, […]

13th

Newly Diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes: Diabetes Symptoms Quiz

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A new diagnosis with type 2 diabetes usually comes as a shock. Diabetes is something that does not always show up in a physical. That’s because doctors test fasting blood sugars, not blood sugars after meals. In type 2 diabetes the pancreas can make enough insulin to get blood sugars […]

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