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Diabetic Foods – Fact Or Fiction?

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Diabetic foods: do they truly exist?
What’s a diabetic meal anyway?

Strictly speaking, there’s simply no such thing as a “diabetic food.” Food is merely food.
But there are meals which promote the blood sugar more quickly compared to others, those with a high glycemic index. When these nuts are eaten, the standard pancreas would reply with a rise of insulin, keeping blood sugars below about 160 mg/dL. In the diabetic, the pancreas – http://Www.Glamour.de/content/search/?SearchText=pancreas can’t or does not take adequate insulin quickly sufficient to effectively control glucose quantities. Additionally, in Type II diabetics, the cells of the body which utilize glucose for metabolic energy cannot absorb the additional glucose – http://news.Sky.com/search?term=additional%20glucose as fast as it is grown.
Food items which frequently increase the blood sugar more quickly than diabetics can metabolize it include: sugar, alcoholic beverages, high fructose corn syrup, fructose (fruit sugars) (in some folks), pasta, white potatoes, white rice, white bread, and any other simple carbohydrates & starches.

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