Diabetics should lower their intake of carbohydrates. Carbohydrates come in several forms, like bread, pasta, rice, starchy foods like potato, and sweet sugary foods. It isn't that a diabetic cannot have them, but a diabetic should be aware of how many they are eating per day. The American Diabetic Association suggests starting with a goal of 45-60 grams of carbohydrates per meal, so check your labels and write all the amounts down if necessary. You can eat more carbs on the days you exercise.
Anything that contains processed sugar, artificial sweeteners, or honey. Normally sugars that are labeled on products end in ose and should be watched out for by diabetics. Some food examples are rice, cottage cheese, potatoes and more.
People with type 2 Diabetes can't eat too much starch (potatoes, bread, pasta, rice) or sugar of course, not unless its natural whole fruits. Avoid anything that has high fructose corn syrup, that is deadly. Just stick to natural and organic foods, drinks, teas and fresh juices.
Although diabetics can eat anything, they will feel better if they seriously reduce high carb foods (ice cream, donuts, white flour, transfats, saturated fats) and eat more fresh vegetables, fruits, fish and chicken and drink tea, water, or coffee. Sugar free icecreams, cookies, baked chips etc. are not well tolerated and may give you gastric distress. It is often easier to change your eating patterns than trying to find substitutes for what you like. Through trial and error, you can find if diet drinks, baked potatoes and other foods outside of this list affect your health.
Simple carbohydrates (simple sugars) are the worst type of foods for diabetics. They stimulate rapid spikes in blood glucose levels and promote end-organ damage more rapidly (to kidneys, eyes, and long tract nerves - especially to the lower extremities, with the feet being the most easily affected).
Examples of simple sugars are candy, sodas, sweets, baked sweets - such as cakes, cookies, and pies, and many more.
To be very clear, diabetics are NOT forbidden to eat ANY particular food or drinks. A diabetic can eat any foods and drinks, but in moderation as part of their diabetic food plan. As given in the answer below, "white flour" foods are the most detrimental to your overall food plan, but it does not mean you cannot have a piece of cake on your birthday or enjoy a Coke sometimes. Just figure it into your daily intake.
You shouldn't eat alot of fatty foods or sugary foods. Avoid creamed, fried or sauteed foods at restaurants.
Depends on what type of Diabetes they have.
Diabetics can eat any types of food, as long as it is in moderation and balanced with healthy foods. Nuts have many health benefits, even for diabetics.
Kashrut, the Jewish dietary laws, govern the preparation and consumption of food for Jew. There is no conflict between kashrut and preparing food for diabetics.
It will make a rise in your sugar
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The best place to find information for people with diabetes is at diabetes.webmd.com/diabetic-food-list-best-worst-food. This website will provide information on both the best and worst options available to diabetics.
what did the southwestern eat
They eat all kinds of food