Diabetic diet


Monday, 28 February 2011

Regular Meal Schedule.

Diabetic patients must never cut meals or snacks and must eat at the same fixed schedule every day. Applying an exchange list will be beneficial in maintaining variety in food consumption while ensuring the proper mix of carbohydrates, proteins, calories, and other food nutrients. In this manner dieting does not become a struggle. By means of an exchange list, persons with diabetes will find it easier to make smart choices with their food intake.

There is not any standard or fixed diabetic diet plan. All eating plans should be flexible and should consider the lifestyle and the specific health needs of each patient. Aside from keeping glucose levels within moderate range, a diabetic diet is also meant to reduce the risk for the complications that may result from diabetes such as cardiovascular diseases, hypertension or renal failure. A good diet can lessen the other risk factors that may further aggravate the diabetic condition such as obesity, hypertension, and bad cholestero.

Sunday, 13 February 2011

Foods That Lift Cholesterol.

Foods That Lift Cholesterol.

So let's begin with some of the foods that raise your cholesterol. Then you will recognize what to stop. The overall goal is to cut down the level of dietary cholesterol that you take in. Two of the culprits in high cholesterol are saturated and trans fats. Saturated fats is located in foods like full-fat dairy products (like whole milk and cream), some oils, and meat. Even worse than saturated fats are trans fats. You may get these bad boys in foods like margarine, cookies, cakes, crackers (not all foods thatin | start with "c" are risky). Trans fats can lift your LDL levels and lower HDL levels at the same time. That's a double hex you do not want! .