Diabetes – Provide Nutritious Food to The Body

When it comes to dealing with diabetes, you need to understand that diet plays an important role. Most people simply like to eat out and indulging restaurant food occasionally.

It is a sin for the diabetics to indulge in restaurant food once in a while. However, we must take special care about certain types of things when it comes to eating food. Here are some things you need to keep in mind.

a) Maintain control of your portion sizes:
Most restaurants tend to use large portions. However, the diabetic diet plan is based on a moderate portion size. In this case, the restaurant offers dishes you have chosen in many dimensions, make sure you choose the smallest portion. You can also get a little creative.

Start order lunch size enter and for dinner or even a baby size meal. You might even consider sharing their meals with a partner or even ask to take home a container.

It would be a wise decision to ask the server to put half the meal you ordered in a take home container before it is served to you. This will help you to have a moderate size meal.

b) Make substitutions:
Never settle for whatever comes in their direction. Try to choose a diabetes friendly salad bowl or a fruit instead of chips. Fat-free or low-fat salad dressing is the best in comparison with the finger or fried chips served with the sandwich or a certain meal.

Try ordering salsa with burrito and not shredded cheese or sour cream. The dressings on the salad should be fat-free mayonnaise or barbecue sauce instead of ketchup or mustard. Several extras ordered with a sandwich or meal such as bacon bits, fried chips or croutons can destroy your nutrition plan. These foods tend to increase calorie and carbohydrate counting.

You can also go for several healthy additions such as salsa, fat free mayonnaise, fat-free salad dressing or barbecue sauce. Try to enjoy up to three small portion of food. That way, you do not need to adjust your meal plan.

c) Have a chat with the chef:
This will help you a lot in most nutritious food that is necessary for a diabetic. Ask the boss if he can provide you with some low-cholesterol egg, chicken skin or whole grain bread.

The pizza you order should have a thin crust and is composed of a lot of vegetables. All you need to do is choose a health plan to stay committed to your diabetes meal plan.

d) Keep tabs on what you drink:
If you’re having a big glass of soda, then you will certainly overload your body with about hundreds of calories. Do not opt for shakes and ice cream, since it has a lot of calories and saturated fats.

Order for a diet soda is the right choice. You can even go for sugar free iced tea, mineral water or sparkling water. If your diabetes is under control, an occasional alcoholic drink is perfectly fine.

However, if your level of blood sugar is high, the alcohol will add empty calories to your meal. Can even aggravate complications such as eye disease or nerve damage. If you must drink alcohol, beer and dry wines, light consists of a number of calories compared to other alcoholic beverages. Sugar free mixed drinks are great options, as Seltzer, club soda, diet soda or diet tonic.

e) Come on time:
Eating at the same time will help to maintain stable levels of blood sugar.

2 Responses to Diabetes – Provide Nutritious Food to The Body

  1. therundown2k3 says:

    There is much controversy about the school lunch program, the food pyramid, and other actions that tend to favor the financial well-being of the food industry over the health of our children.

    I knew it, you knew it. Finally the USDA admits it.

    The FDA is trying to shorten the life expectancy of our children:

    http://www.usda.gov/blog/usda/

    “Childhood obesity is one of the greatest public health crises facing the United States and the USDA is making every effort to make sure that today’s children are the first American generation to have a shorter life expectancy than their parents.”

    This is obviously a typo, but it seems to reveal a deeper truth. American children are suffering from excess consumption of fat, sugar, salt, dairy, and animal flesh. The consequences are obesity, high blood pressure, stroke, heart disease, and diabetes. The science is clear, only our media is confused by the disinformation. Do you agree?
    The US Agricultural Department is in charge of our school lunch program, and they buy up excess supply of dairy and meat to help stabilize the food market prices.

    The science shows that Americans die from a diet in over rich animal proteins. It’s not just the fat. http://www.tcolincampbell.org

  2. therundown2k3 says:

    Can someone suggest a weight loss plan for me that works? Like..i’ll lose a lootttttt of weight if i follow it? (And excercise)
    It should consist of simple healthy things like fruits vegies, w/e, Thank you :]

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