Learning About and Coping With Diabetes?

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asked Oct 19, 2019 in 3D Segmentation by jeromeprincy (10,460 points)

Although avocados, olives, nuts and seeds  Blood Balance Formula Review also contain some saturated fats and should be eaten in moderation, they provide omega-6 oils, vitamin E, vitamins B3 and B6, zinc and magnesium, which all aid blood sugar management. Omega-3 oils are those found in oily fish such as salmon, tuna, herring, mackerel, trout and sardines. Like the omega-6 oils, these are essential fatty acids and are crucial to our health. Much research has shown how important these are for heart health. They should be eaten 3-4 times a week, in variety. 

Both omega-3 and omega-6 oils protect parts of the body that are rich in fats, and these areas of the body may commonly become damaged in a person with diabetes - the eyes, kidneys, liver and circulation from the heart. For vegetarians, hemp, pumpkin, soy and walnut oils contain some omega-3 oils but are higher in omega-6. Omega-3 and omega-6 should be eaten in a one-to-one ratio and flax or linseed can be added to food as a source of omega-3 oils. Proteins are the major source of building materials for the body. 

They can also be used as a source of energy that is released very slowly. They are therefore very good for blood sugar management and can slow down sugar release into the bloodstream if eaten with less complex carbohydrates. Caution should be taken not to obtain these only from high fat sources such as meats, but also from eggs, low fat dairy products and vegetable sources such as beans, and in small amounts from other vegetables such as broccoli and cauliflower.



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