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Old 18-11-2018, 05:24 AM
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Default Tomato- The Super Food For Diabetics

Regardless of whether eaten uncooked or prepared, tomatoes are filled with lycopene. This a strong substance that could reduce the danger of most cancers (especially prostate cancer), cardiovascular disease, and macular deterioration.

Like additional non-starchy fruit, tomatoes possess a low GI position.

One research in 2011 discovered that two hundred grams associated with raw tomato (or regarding 1. 5 moderate tomatoes) every day reduced bloodstream pressure in individuals with type two diabetes. Researchers came to the conclusion tomato consumption may help reduce the cardio risk thatís related to type two diabetes.

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Default Tomato- The Super Food For Diabetics

On 11/17/18 9:24 PM, noorj wrote:
Regardless of whether eaten uncooked or prepared, tomatoes are filled
with lycopene. This a strong substance that could reduce the danger of
most cancers (especially prostate cancer), cardiovascular disease, and
macular deterioration.

Like additional non-starchy fruit, tomatoes possess a low GI position.

One research in 2011 discovered that two hundred grams associated with
raw tomato (or regarding 1. 5 moderate tomatoes) every day reduced
bloodstream pressure in individuals with type two diabetes. Researchers
came to the conclusion tomato consumption may help reduce the cardio
risk thats related to type two diabetes.


Tomatoes, red, ripe, raw, year round average [Includes USDA commodity
food A238, A233]


https://nutritiondata.self.com/facts...roducts/2682/2

1 cup sliced or diced:
Glycemic load 2
carbs 7.1 g
fiber 2.2 g
calories 32.4 kcal

Very diabetic friendly.

Some comments:
1) lycopene is not available from tomatoes, unless you cook them,
so eat some raw and some cooked. I make my own tomato sauce.

2) heart disease and T2 are do the inflammatory nature of consuming
high glycemic carbs. This would be all the things that we humans
have hybridized to achieve glycemic level in plants that do
not occur in nature.

3) Keep you glycemic Load under 15 per day and you can achieve this
with or without tomatoes

4) Keep in mind that T2 is an injury, not a disease. It is caused
by carbohydrate poisoning. Unless of course you consider a
broken bone a disease, then more power to you.

5) high glycemic carbs are extremely addictive. If yo don't kick
the addiction and use drugs to remain addicted, you are
committing suicide on the installment program and making
a bunch of allopaths (chemical doctors) very wealthy in the
process. Allopathic drugs are by definition controlled dosages
of poisons. They have their place, but not over a long term.
Poisoning yourself to reduce a number on a test trip from
another poison (high glycemic cards) is just adding insult
to injury. You need to kick the addiction or you will die.
(Took me about three weeks.)

Anyone interested in becoming drug free, just ping me int he subject
line and I will send yo a short write up.

-T


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"noorj" wrote in message
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Regardless of whether eaten uncooked or prepared, tomatoes are filled
with lycopene. This a strong substance that could reduce the danger of
most cancers (especially prostate cancer), cardiovascular disease, and
macular deterioration.

Like additional non-starchy fruit, tomatoes possess a low GI position.

One research in 2011 discovered that two hundred grams associated with
raw tomato (or regarding 1. 5 moderate tomatoes) every day reduced
bloodstream pressure in individuals with type two diabetes. Researchers
came to the conclusion tomato consumption may help reduce the cardio
risk that's related to type two diabetes.


I know this is an old post but tomatoes need to be cooked to make the most
of the lycopene.

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Default HyFyber Soup Tomato Flavour From NutraSphere

Itís possible to live a completely healthy and normal life with diabetes through an active lifestyle and a good diet. And weíve got you covered. All NutraSphere products are designed for diabetics, to be the ideal sources of fibre, protein and help in fat burning or weight maintenance.

Take one step closer towards a healthy life with Hyfyber soup from Nutrasphere. It is not only low fat soup but also contains natural fibres from wheat & gaur gam with absolutely no trans fats. Fibre soup is excellent for diabetic people as it is formulated with ingredients that regulate sugar absorption, balance cholesterol level & help to gain the strength & energy.

Dietary Fibres in HyFyber Soup are scientifically proven to control blood sugar levels, while also expelling cholesterol and triglycerides from the body! High in Protein and Low in Fat, HyFyber Tomato Soup is an ideal supplement for Diabetics AND Weight Watchers - and its taste will leave you licking the bowl clean!


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