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Some Kinds Of Food Can Help Diabetes Control Blood Sugar

2018-11-05 14:59

To most diabetes patients they always feel discomforts ,especially that can affect the kidney function.Whether it’s patients who have just discovered Diabetes or who have suffered kidney damage, they must control their blood sugar. The most important link is diet.

Some patients have recovered their blood sugar and kidney function after a period of treatment in the hospital. But after a short period of time, the illness relapsed again. That is becuase the patient had eaten a lot of high-sugar food. For coveting a moment’s lip service, the result is not worth the loss.

Five taboos in the diet of diabetes patient and sugar kidney patients should strictly avoid!

First: High sugar, high starch food

Candy, condensed milk, honey, soda, fruit juice, candied fruit, dessert, canned food and pure sugar such as white sugar and brown sugar are best not to be eaten.

Sweet potatoes, potatoes, taro, corn, red beans, mung beans and other starchy foods should not be eaten at will, but should be eaten in a reserved way.

Second: High salt and high fat food

The daily salt intake of diabetes patient and diabetic nephropathy patients should be controlled at 3g – 5g, and the daily diet including staple food, stir-fry and soup is adequate. If you eat extra snacks or high-salt foods, your intake is obviously over standard. The best way to cook is to stew, steamed, boiled and cold, not braise in soy sauce, sweet and sour, vinegar and other cooking methods.

Third: The staple food is too fine

Relatively coarse and coarse cereals contain higher nutrition than ordinary rice and white flour, which is more beneficial to stabilizing blood sugar. Patients often eat foods rich in dietary fiber such as oats, cereal and corn flour.

Fourth. Oil with high fatty acids

Attention should be paid to cooking at home. When cooking at ordinary times, oils with high unsaturated fatty acids should be used, such as: Soybean oil, peanut oil, corn, sunflower oil, olive oil, etc.

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