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Type 2 Diabetes – 5 Reasons Why Your Health Is Not Where It Should Be

There are three certainties when it comes to your health. There was a past, there is a present, and there may be a future. The lifestyle choices you’ve made in the past are largely irrelevant today, although they may have placed you in a predicament, as is the case with Type 2 diabetics. It goes without saying the most important time is the present moment, as the decisions you make today will determine how well you may be tomorrow. Let us briefly go over five reasons why your health is likely not where it should be..

Why Salad Should Be The Main Dish For Diabetics

Antioxidants are natural antidotes found in certain food items that help counteract free radicals in the body to minimize oxidative stress. Fruits and vegetables are good sources. The mechanism of action is through a Nrf2 pathway

Oxidative Stress, Antioxidants and Complications of Diabetes

Our bodies aren’t helpless in the face of these assaults. The body’s defenses against oxidative stress include physical barriers, enzymes, substances in our diets (such as vitamin C and vitamin E) are said to “quench” free radicals by donating electrons to them and cutting off the chain reactions early in their course.

The Best Diabetes Diet – Or Is It? (on the Paleolithic Diet)

The Paleolithic diet or the Paleo Diet for short has been touted as a great diet for diabetic patients. In fact some have gone so far as to say that it is the best diet for diabetics. Is this really true? With the myriad of diets out there- some fad, some not, it may really be quite difficult to assess one diet over the other. A recent review carried out by a select group of experts at the mandate of the US News and World report publication did come out to say that when it comes to diabetes management and prevention, two diets came out joint tops. These are The Biggest Loser Diet and the DASH diet. So where does the Paleolithic diet fall in all of this? Surprisingly, out of the 35 specific name diets assessed, when it comes to helping diabetics manage their diabetes, the Paleolithic diet comes pretty well near last. In fact one of the experts proclaimed that, the diet should go back to where it came from.

The Best Diabetes Diet – The DASH Diet

Over time, many diabetes diet – that is, diets developed with a view to helping people with diabetes better manage their diabetes, have been developed, had their heyday and quietly passed away into sunny retirement. Many though remain strong and just as popular as when they were first introduced. But really, how effective though are these diets. With the list appearing to grow longer by the year, it often leaves a befuddled public wondering where to begin. So I decided to do review of the most popular diets currently on the market and at the end of that review two diets came through as outstanding performers for helping people manage their diabetes. One of them being the DASH diet. What follows is a brief of what I learned about that diet.

The Best Diabetes Diet – The Biggest Loser Diet

The Biggest Loser diet makes many claims. This 6 week diet incorporating food and regular exercise as part of its regimen states that apart from helping you lose weight, help cut the risk for cancer, dementia and Alzheimer, it will also help you improve your heart health and boost the immune system. If this diet is beginning to sound like a cure all, well you haven’t heard the best of it- because the diet -wait for it, has also been touted as one of the very best for helping to manage diabetes. Amazing as that may sound, the most amazing aspect of it is that although this article concerns itself primarily with its diabetes management benefit claims, it may indeed be true on all scores.

Best Diabetes Diet – Engine 2 (Diet) Dietary Conformity Review

It has been noted that the Engine 2 diet is a great diet for diabetics. But just how well it conforms to accepted dietary guidelines could be another thing altogether. Now, it is the recommendation of the United States government through its department of Agriculture that recommended daily calories for fat make up 35 percent of total calorie intake; between 45 and 65 percent for carbohydrates, between 10 to 35 percent for protein, a maximum of 2300 milligrams for salt intake, bearing in mind the limit of 1500 mg however if you are 51 years or older, African American or have diabetes, chronic kidney disease or hypertension. This article discusses just how well or not the Engine 2 diet complies with this dietary guidelines and will enable you to decide whether it is a diet you as a diabetic can go for or recommend to others.

The Best Diabetes Diet – The Engine 2 Diet

As far as diets go, there are many and varied types of diets touting different properties and making different claims. But of all the properties that such diets may have, for now only one really interests us. The ability of a diet to have anti-diabetic qualities. In other words, to either serve in preventing diabetes or help in managing it. In a study carried out by a panel of experts under the aegis of US News and World Report magazine, The Engine 2 diet came out as third best diabetes diet out of 35 diets assessed. This article takes a closer look at the diet and how that verdict was arrived at.

Aerobics or Resistance Training – Which Is Better for Your Diabetes?

Granted both forms of exercise-aerobics and resistance training are good for you if you have diabetes. Both help to control blood glucose in people with diabetes. But when it comes to empirical results, is one actually better than the other? Yes. This article discusses the result of study which shows that resistance training is actually better in assisting diabetics manage their diabetes and keep diabetes related indices within acceptable limits.

Instead Of Dwelling On The Initial Anger Following Diagnosis Of Diabetes, Get Even and Reverse It!

A diagnosis of Type 2 Diabetes is not welcome news to anybody. Instead of latching on to the initial negative emotions of denial, anger and fear, embracing it and focusing on all out effort to mitigate the effects or even ‘reverse’ the disease should be considered.

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