Specific Answer:Everyone is different. If you are diabetic and worried about harming your body with sugar intake (as you should be), then it is small comfort if your intake is fine for average people but tends to cause high blood sugar for *you* in particular.Rather than researching grams of sugar and asking people (or even doctors) if that's harmful, you should buy a glucometer (blood glucose meter) at any drugstore, learn to use it, and find out what foods you can eat (on your current medicine and diet) that will keep your blood sugar in the safe ranges. (See 'How to control your blood sugar' link, further down this page, listed under Related Links.)
Fasting blood sugar under 100 mg/dl (5.5 mmol/L)One hour after meals under 140 mg/dl (7.8 mmol/L)Two hours after meals under 120 mg/dl (6.6 mmol/L)After you have determined how much sugar or carbohydrate you can eat and stay within these boundaries, then and only then are absolute grams of carbohydrate or sugar a useful thing to know.
Depending on your total daily calorie intake, a good rule of thumb would be 40% from CHO (Carbohydrates/sugar) 30% from Protein and 30% from friendly fats. So, say you were allowed x number of cals a day. 40% of those from Carbohydrates would be roughly 800 cals. Divide that by 4 (The amount of calories in 1 gram of CHO) and you have 200 grams of Carbohydrates. "Sugar" as in Fructose, Lactose, Maltose, Sucrose...anything ending in 'ose' means a mono-or disaccaride and is quockly absorbed into the blood. Try to use fructose in fresh fruits and lactose in milk products. The majority of this 200g should come from vegetables and whole grains.
Bear this in mind: Carbs=4 cal per gram, Pro=4 cals per gram, and fats, even friendly ones=9 cals per gram.
Most type 2's have weight issues, so fast acting sugars and empty calories are best limited. See a dietitian for a really definitive meal plan tailored just for you and your needs.
i have diabetes and it significantly spiked my sugar. approx 40 grams of sugar per serving.
Type 2 diabetes is a direct result of your blood sugar. When your blood sugar level is high, you are most likely suffering from diabetes. It is best to consult a doctor for more information.
yes sugar is connected to diabetes remember diabetes consist of sugar
Eventually (in the not too distant future), diabetes.
An adult should determine how much sugar they want in their tea. If they want to cut back, do it a little at a time.
The range for the fasting sugar level for a diabetic adult male would be 4-7mmol/l and 2 hours after meal would be 5-10mmol/l. Refer to: http://www.askthedoctor.com/index.php/topics-a-z/42-diabetes/45717-diabetes-questions-and-remedies.html
Diabetes is when you have high blood sugar. You would have to eat candy with a lot of sugar in it to get diabetes.
No. Sugar is a chemical, diabetes is a medical condition.
answer What suffix is added to indicate sugar diabetes?
If your father has diabetes, there is a good chance you could get it to. To prevent getting diabetes you should exercise and eat lots of veggies and fruit. A normal blood sugar should be between 0-3 points.
A child should have no more than 15 grams of sugar per day. An adult should consume no more than 35 grams per day.
38 grams of sugar
Well, some people think is sugar free but some people do not so i am not sure.
Yes, because most of the time it rises your blood sugar and high blood sugar results in diabetes.
For a person without diabetes usually a healthy amount is 21 grams. For people with diabetes a healthy amount is about 400 trillion give or take a few.
i dont think so
There are no grams of fat in sugar. Sugar, obviously, is 100% sugar.
Diabetes comes from consuming too much sugar. Too much sugar results in a high insuline level, which gives you diabetes.
There is currently no cure for diabetes. A sugar free diet may help keep it in check, but it does not cure diabetes.
Diabetes is a disease that affects a lot of people, its basically when your blood sugar is too high. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diabetes ,www.diabetes.org
Too much sugar caused diabetes.
no it does not cause diabetes
Gestational diabetes is a condition that effects pregnant women. The conditions involves having too much sugar in the blood. When one eats carbohydrates, it breaks down into sugar, so someone with gestational diabetes should limit their carbohydrate diet. They should balance carbohydrates with protein and fat in order to keep the sugar in the blood under control.
Diabetes can also been called as diabetes mellitus, high blood sugar, high blood glucose, hyper glucose and hyper sugar.
There is no definition for that according to the FDA. In other words, it tells you nothing at all about the sugar in the product.