The Effects of High Blood Sugar Levels?

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asked Sep 20, 2019 in 3D Segmentation by jeromeprincy (10,460 points)

Everyone knows we need to eat vegetables Nutonen Review  to maintain well-being but it is shocking that not many people have their recommended 5 a day. For diabetics, vegetables are a superb food selection because they are crammed full of vitamins, nutrients, and fibre to keep your body in a healthy state. As diabetics suffer from a weaker immune system; vegetables help build up your resistance to illness by giving you much needed mineral sources and nutrients to fight off diseases better. 

It's good to vary the colours of your vegetable choice; for example, if you go for a red pepper one day, choose a yellow one the following day, as this increases the variety of vitamins your body is treated to. Health professionals do advise diabetics to have a good awareness of their carbohydrate intake. Carbohydrates are key in keeping a diabetic patient's blood sugar levels safely regulated because they slowly release the energy they provide across the day, preventing dips in glucose levels. Although people (especially those on diets) think that carbohydrates make you gain weight - this can be avoided. 

Choose high fibre carbohydrates such as wholemeal bread, wholemeal pasta and basmati rice for dinner, and start off the day with a bowl of porridge. You'll be amazed at the energy you have and the calories you'll burn as a result. Nowadays, we always hear about good fats and bad fats - but what is the difference? Diabetics are recommended to use monosaturated fats such as olive oils and rapeseed because a small amount of these types of oils will not harm you. However, it is important to be aware that overindulgence in fats (even good fats) is not recommended for anyone.

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