If you are suffering from diabetes, your body cannot make or properly use insulin on its own. This can leads to high blood glucose, or sugar, levels in your blood. All this can leads to complications if it is not treated and untreated diabetes can eventually leads to death due to the diabetes complications.
There are several points in the treatment of diabetes and they all play a very important role.
- Regular exercising helps to strengthen your heart and may also lower your blood sugar level
- Staying in good shape maintaining a good BMI, meaning an ideal body weight for your height
- Taking diabetic medication regularly if required by doctors,
- Following strictly to a diabetic diet, which is what this blog will specifically emphasize on.
Eating healthily helps to reduce your blood sugar. It is a important part of managing your diabetes, because controlling your blood sugar can prevent diabetic complications, like diabetic retinopathy, kidney failure or diabetic neuropathy etc.
So what is a diabetic diet?
A diabetic diet is effective a diet that has got high in dietary fibre, especially soluble fibre, but low in saturated fat, lesser of carbohydrates that have a high glycemic index.
Diabetes experts suggest diabetic meal plans that are flexible and able to take your lifestyle and other health needs into consideration.
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