What I need to Know About Eating and Diabetes

For the newly diagnosed with Diabetes  I have started a series of “mini” articles about Diabetes and some of the things that you need to know or learn.

Since I am using information from the  U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, I’ll follow their guide and give you a link to where you can find more information instead of searching!

Here is an excerpt:

Eating and Diabetes

You can take good care of yourself and your diabetes by learning

  • what to eat
  • how much to eat
  • when to eat

Making wise food choices can help you

  • feel good every day
  • lose weight if you need to
  • lower your risk for heart disease, stroke, and other problems caused by diabetes

Healthful eating helps keep your blood glucose, also called blood sugar, in your target range. Physical activity and, if needed, diabetes medicines also help. The diabetes target range is the blood glucose level suggested by diabetes experts for good health. You can help prevent health problems by keeping your blood glucose levels on target.

A good guide except it doesn’t have any details!

So here is some help.  For the What, When and How Much to Eat just Click Here.…go read and close the page and you will come back here to continue on!

Now for some interesting information.

If you read and found out what you needed to know and got started

(you have to do it yourself  because no one else bends your elbow and puts things in your mouth!)

then You have begun your journey to feeling better,  losing weight and lowering your risk for all those wonderful diseases brought on by uncontrolled Diabetes.

I’ll be writing more “Mini Articles” so if there is something you want to know more about, ask in the comment box and I’ll do my best to get you an answer.

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Belly Fat How to Lose Weight Diet

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Belly fat in women: Getting rid of it isn’t easy.
What does your waistline say about your health?

Belly fat is more dangerous than fat spread evenly around the body. It can accumulate around the heart, liver, lungs and other organs because of its proximity and begin impeding function. Belly fat is more common after menopause, possibly because of hormonal changes. Why it is dangerous and what to do about it.

A Woman’s expanding waistline is sometimes considered the price of getting older. This is especially true after menopause, when body fat tends to shift from the arms, legs and hips to the abdomen. There seems to be a link from the increasing belly fat to the incidence of Adult onset Diabetes as Belly Fat grows to be larger in proportion to arms and legs.

Does the belly fat cause Diabetes or does Diabetes cause the belly fat?

Increased belly fat can do more than make it hard to slip into your bikini or zip up your jeans.
Indicators are that belly fat also increases the risk of heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, certain cancers and even premature death from stroke or heart attack and adult onset diabetes.
Don’t Continue to live without a diet to lose weight! It is possible to lose weight in 2 weeks or long term lose weight in a month. What you need is a determination to improve your health while you are improving your appearance.
Learning how to diet and lose weight includes knowing how many calories a day you need to lose weight and finding a really good diet to help lose weight. Sometimes it doesn’t hurt to include friends and family in the search for a diet to lose weight. Ask what works for them?

Find out does water help you lose weight. Most diets emphasize keeping well hydrated to keep your body healthy and burning calories.
The best news is that Belly Fat can be managed and reduced with the right program.

Here is some information on a complete life style changing program. Diabetic diet food doesn’t have to be bland and tasteless. Go and watch the video and learn what you can do to lose weight and get rid of belly fat and at the same time develop blood sugar control.
Having lived with Adult onset Diabetes for over 30 years I am very aware that counting calories, portion control and the type of food that you eat can make a big difference in blood sugar control and control of diabetes.

Lose weight to control the symptoms of diabetes and get rid of the belly fat that seems to come with type II diabetes. Below is a link to a diet that integrates good tasting food into the menu along with natural seasoning that help activate your body’s fat burning switch. CLICK HERE TO WATCH VIDEO

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