Diabetes Recipes Health & cooking

List of Foods For Diabetics to Eat and Foods to Avoid

The prime cause of diabetes is excessive level of blood glucose. Diabetes is the most chronic diabetes ailment suffered by adult and children of today. There are many people who are suffering from diabetes but are unaware of their medical condition. In few parts of the world like India, the disease is transmitting from epidemic …

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Diabetic Dinner Recipes – Make Your Own

Practical food choices can make a profound difference to your blood glucose and insulin levels. That reason alone is enough to imagine doing the once unimaginable task of planning suitable and tasty meals. Meals do not have to be bland or severely restrictive. The most important feature of a daily menu is its mix of …

Breakfast and Brunch Diabetes Recipes

Deliciously Simple Breakfast Ideas for Diabetics

Breakfast is the mot important meal of the day. How many times have we heard that? Well it’s true, and especially for diabetics. If you’re tired of having the same thing every day, you can switch up your morning food routine with some great diabetic breakfast ideas. A recent study done in the UK suggests …

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Stomach Problems Due to Diabetes Explained

As a diabetic you are probably aware that you are at risk of suffering one or more of the awful health problems this disease can cause… heart disease… stroke… kidney disease… nerve damage… neuropathy of the feet and hands… and damaged eyes due to glaucoma, cataracts and retinopathy. You can also end up with severe …

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Does Eating Food Made With Black-Grain Wheat Improve Blood Sugar Control?

Scientists at Peking Union Medical College Hospital and several other research institutions in Beijing, China, found black-grain wheat improved blood sugar control and lowered inflammation in people who had been diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes. Their work was reported on in the journal Therapeutic Clinical Risk Management in February of 2018. One group of participants with Type …