Alternative Diet Helps Diabetics

Posted by John Sommers on 28th February 2021 in General

New study results: low glycemic index lowers blood sugar levels Toronto, January 8, 2009 – to eat a healthy diet, judiciously decide what comes on the own plate and not rashly access to sweets. You may want to visit actress and filmmaker to increase your knowledge. Causing more negative connotations for many people, is for diabetic everyday: a diet after diet plan. Though today no strict diet is required for most diabetics, they must but pay close attention to their diet. It is a decision for the Curry sausage with French Fries at the snack bar around the corner, a Doner kebab or a Danish pastries here carefully to meet. But there is an alternative diet, with which they can keep their blood sugar in balance for diabetics in addition to the conventional diabetic diet.

According to a study by researchers of the University of Toronto, a low glycemic index significantly lowers blood sugar in type II diabetics, i.e. old age diabetics. Especially foods such as nuts, corn, or al dente cooked macaroni is suitable for them. The Glycemic Index (GI) describes the impact of the contained carbohydrates on blood sugar. Grape sugar serves as a reference (GI = 100). As the German artzeblatt ( in this context, hard opening carbohydrates from beans, briefly boiled rice, noodles and breads like pumpernickel or even breakfast cereals have the lowest GI.

For the current study, Canadian scientists have investigated 210 type II diabetics taking blood sugar-lowering medications. In addition to a change of diet to foods with a low GI researchers according to the journal of the American Medical Association ( suggest type II diabetics to several servings of vegetables and fruit a day. This diet reduces the risk of coronary heart disease, which is three times higher in diabetics compared to non-diabetics. Already at the beginning of the 1980s the nutritionist David Jenkins developed by the University of Toronto the concept of glycemic Index which is recognised by many German diabetologists, so the doctor blade. The nutrition expert Ulrich Overdiek, Managing Director of vivamangiare GmbH recommends not only diabetics a nutrition on the GI. Lack of time and constant hustle and bustle make it difficult for many people to eat healthy. But can have poor nutrition quickly unpleasant consequences. Foods with a low glycemic index to maintain blood sugar levels and help stay slim.” Nobody has to forgo sweets in all. Sometimes a piece is dark chocolate also allows it has a low glycemic index. Editorial NeueNachricht Gunnar Sohn Ettighoffer road 26a 53123 Bonn Tel: 0228 6204474 mobile: 0177 620 44 74 E-Mail: Web:

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