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Old 08-06-2011, 06:02 PM
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What kind of foods are good to take for diabetic person?

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chariece20 wrote:
What kind of foods are good to take for diabetic person?


That depends on the diabetic person. Can you give more details?


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What kind of foods are good to take for diabetic person?


If only such a list existed! It doesn't. Obviously things that are mostly
empty calories are bad. Like sweets. Unless of course the diabetic is
having a hypo. Then they will need sweets.

Whole fruits and vegetables are better than juice because they contain
fiber. And the juice can be high in carbs. Exception being tomato juice.
That's fairly low in carbs. And some diet juice blends aren't too bad.

Bottom line is that carbs raise BG (blood glucose) the most. Some people
find they do better on a low carb diet, others do not. But pretty much no
diabetic would do well on a high carb diet unless perhaps it is a very
active mail. Of course it depends also on the type of diabetes and what (if
any) meds or insulin are being used. There is no one diet that works for
everyone.

A good starting point would be to see a dietician. If you have insurance
they will likely pay for it. You may or may not need a referral depending
on the type of insurance plan you have. The dietician will explain food
choices to you, talk about portion sizes, discuss with you the best times to
eat and give you a sample diet plan to try. Again there is no one diet that
will work for everyone and this is just a starting point. Some people find
that the diet plan they are given has too many carbs for their body. But it
is a starting point.


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Russian people are healthy persons just because of their recipes and eating habit...
They eat the food according to their routine life... If some ignore hies routine eating habits, He must face the diseases.
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'Julie Bove[_2_ Wrote:
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What kind of foods are good to take for diabetic person?-

If only such a list existed! It doesn't. Obviously things that are
mostly
empty calories are bad. Like sweets. Unless of course the diabetic is

having a hypo. Then they will need sweets.

Whole fruits and vegetables are better than juice because they contain
fiber. And the juice can be high in carbs. Exception being tomato
juice.
That's fairly low in carbs. And some diet juice blends aren't too bad.

Bottom line is that carbs raise BG (blood glucose) the most. Some
people
find they do better on a low carb diet, others do not. But pretty much
no
diabetic would do well on a high carb diet unless perhaps it is a very
active mail. Of course it depends also on the type of diabetes and what
(if
any) meds or insulin are being used. There is no one diet that works
for
everyone.

A good starting point would be to see a dietician. If you have
insurance
they will likely pay for it. You may or may not need a referral
depending
on the type of insurance plan you have. The dietician will explain food

choices to you, talk about portion sizes, discuss with you the best
times to
eat and give you a sample diet plan to try. Again there is no one diet
that
will work for everyone and this is just a starting point. Some people
find
that the diet plan they are given has too many carbs for their body.
But it
is a starting point.


Russian people are healthy persons just because of their recipes and
eating habit...
They eat the food according to their routine life... If some ignore hies
routine eating habits, He must face the diseases.


Um...

*Looks around*

All right then!




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Hey....
ALL food is good.
Meat is very good.
Vegetables are good. Stay AWAY from starchy vegetables, like corn.
Eat only SMALL amounts of fruit. Stay AWAY from grapes & bananas.
Eat only SMALL amounts of potatoes, rice, and noodles (ALL food starch will break down in your stomach and becomes 100% sugar!).
When you cook noodles, UNDER cook them so they are a bit hard. Do NOT eat mashed potatoes. The longer it takes for food to break down in your stomach, the better!
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My favorite foods are beef jaw mix in total soy sauce, pineapple, chicken, vegetables, rooster and sum french fries. Fry it all and eat away.
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My favorite foods are beef jaw mix in total soy sauce, pineapple,
chicken, vegetables, rooster and sum french fries. Fry it all and eat
away.


Are you diabetic?


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| My favorite foods are beef jaw mix in total soy sauce, pineapple,
| chicken, vegetables, rooster and sum french fries. Fry it all and eat
| away.
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| Are you diabetic?

Predominately illiterate.

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A diabetic person may be eat sugar free foods. I suggest some foods: vegetables, fruits, beans, cereal, nuts, yogurt, olive oil, cinnamon.


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I have already heard about this man too.That Russians are known for their eating habit style and the recipes.In fact here we can not ignore the Chinese.
Just see the ages,health and the activation of both nations.
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This is a great post and has helped me control my diabetes as well. I was always confused about what to take and what not to take. This really has been effective. I would like to share a quote:
"Part of the secret of a success in life is to eat what you like and let the food fight it out inside."
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Dietetic patients need more care in selection of food . My father is also have diabetes and he like to eat simple food like green vegetables without oil . Moreover , he likes to avoid from beverages .


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