Because of your question I think you are trying to help yourself instead of seeking professional help. I do realize that in the U.S. (unlike Canada) it is expensive and difficult to seek help for almost all health issues, but it's important you find a source that will help you out. Usually diabetics are treated by a nutritionist for a few months. I know you are aware you are over-weight and it's important you try your best to lose some weight with the help of your nutritionist which will minimize problems that can be associated with Diabetes. My mother found out she was diabetic when she was 35 years old (was a slim woman) and she worked with a nutritionist and watched her diet to the "T" and she lived to be almost 84.
If you simply can't afford a nutritionist or specialist then the very best place to go (will cost you a lot less) it "Weight Watchers." Weight Watchers is about corrective eating and they deal with diabetics and people with Allergies. I lost 15 lbs. this summer at Weight Watchers (15 years ago lost 45 lbs.) and every so often I go in for what I call a "tune-up." The nice thing about Weight Watchers is your weight remains private (only the person weighing you in will know) and it's up to you if you choose to tell others. They just don't teach you how to eat correctly, but tell you what exercises you should do and where to buy your food at a good cost. The group encourages each other so attending meetings are important. These meetings are informative, light, and full of fun. Men seem to lose weight at a more rapid weight than women and it's because men don't carry that layer of fat women do.
ANSWER= VERY LITTLE! coming from a type 1 diabetic, extreme control over sugar intake is necessary, lest you wish to become a type 1. I suggest only consuming fruit and fruit juice sweetened products because they're more slowly digestible sugars. Omit ALL refined sugar foods, they will cause blood sugar spikes that are damaging. Diabetics can not only not process sugar but carbohydrates and fats as well. All carbs turn to sugar in the body so I strongly suggest a VERY low carb /low fat/ portion controlled diet. Research the foods that are considered" slowly digestible carbohydrate foods "such as beans ,peas, lentils,ect.and replace the high carb foods with these. Begin to read labels carbs are hidden everywhere even in ketchup! be wary of artificial sweeteners such as Splenda and others that will spike sugar. Omit soft drinks and replace with water. (WATER is key in keeping and getting high blood sugars down). This is the basis for optimum blood sugar control.
That depends on the diabetic and in particular whether or not they use insulin. Some diabetics can tolerate far fewer carbohydrates than others can. .
You should keep your carb intake below 23 grams of carbs a day to lose weight. This is a very low amount of carbohydrates.
Every diabetic is different, something that works for one diabetic may not work for another. Diabetes, as I have learned, is mainly trial and error. Find what works for you and don't let others tell you what you should/shouldn't be eating. Control your diabetes, dont let it control you.
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A 75-year old women should eat close to 300 carbs per day. This is true as long as she is not diabetic or has any other health issues.?æ
Just like people without diabetes your body do not require any carbohydrates. So the answer is 0.
A diabetic must manage carbohydrate intake properly. It would be a good idea to learn to count carbs. The Atkins Diet has many resources available on this. A multi-vitamin is also recommended.
It depends on who you ask. Carbs are what gets your blood sugar up, so the less carbs the less insulin you need. On the other hand do you get more sensitive to insulin if you have a low glycogen depot wich can get your blood sugar dangerously low if you're unattentive. Diabetics need the same nutrition as others, but I would say the Atkins diet is optimal for a diabetic IF you check your blood sugar at least twice a day. Much carbs is a bit safer and less carbs is healtier
10,322 calories. My husband is a diabetic
A person with type one Diabetes should consume the number of carbs consistent with a healthy diet based on the age height weight and activity level.
Firstly, diabetics should have Snacks, not Meals---generally between 5 and 6 snacks per day, which should include SMALL amounts of a good mix of all the basic food groups. Generally, trying to consume the lowest number of carbs at any meal is always the best, but you will drive yourself crazy by reading labels to find the lowest amounts of carbs in foods....if you can keep your Total daily-intake of carbs to between 60 and 100grams, you are doing Great, and your sugar-numbers should reflect that.
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None if she is trying to lose weight not gain it.
My avg. consumption of carbohydrates is limited to 65 grams x 3 meals, or a total of 195 grams. Amounts may vary, according to individual conditions.
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there is no carbs.
You would have to balance the bananas with the rest of your diet. Check the carbs and proteins in a banana and see what you need. Generally, one would not create a problem.
A diabetic person can eat anything they want ... IN MODERATION! You must figure out how many carbs are in the dish and calculate that into your daily allowance. This means you'll probably only be able to have a small portion, but that's better than avoiding it entirely!
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