Supercharge Your Type 2 Diabetes Diet With Antioxidants From Fruits and Vegetables?

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asked Jul 29, 2020 in H&E by rosariawetzell (6,700 points)

It is a scale from 1 to 100 expressing StrictionD Review the ability to raise the blood sugar levels. Higher the number the quicker the sugar is absorbed into the blood system causing spikes in your sugar levels. The lower the number, the slower and less fluctuations in your sugar levels. Having fewer fluctuations has the advantage of not requiring the extra insulin or even medication. The lower GI levels assist in helping suppress the appetite making your belly feel full. There only a few testing centers in the world testing food for its GI value, the University of Sydney Australia is one such testing institution.

I have given you a link to the University of Sydney's school of Molecular and Microbial Biosciences. (Say that when you are tired) There is a free database there to assist you in your choice of foods. I you type in "glycemicindex" into your browser you will find the site.

Let us start in a small way, an important way. EVERYONE SHOULD START HIS OR HER DAY WITH BREAKFAST. Start your breakfast with your own muesli, that is, you make it up yourself, and there are a number of recipes out there that you can get with a low GI. Instead of having Moo Juice, how about rice milk, but be careful of the sugar content. The main ingredient of Muesli is oats, barley, and bran. There is coconut, dried apricots and apples used sparingly. It does have a better taste and more filling than a slice of toast made from refined carbohydrates, or a donut made from refined carbohydrates dowsed with icing full of sugar or coco pops with lots of sugar and salt.

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