Diabetic Diet Menus

Diabetic Diet MenusWhat are good diabetic diet menus? For most diabetics eating right isn’t a choice but is part of their lives. Without the proper food diet and health concern the diabetic’s body will suffer damage and their life may be shortened and very miserable. Common Diabetes is a very serious non-communicable disease that is currently spreading over the United States and the entire world.

Today’s sugar stuffed and filled food and sweet dessert foods and the ability for diabetics to live longer lives and serves only the fuel to the already massive firestorm. Diabetes is a non-communicable permanently damaging disease where the diabetic body is not getting the amounts of vital chemical called insulin. This absolutely necessary chemical/hormone called insulin hormones are manufactured by the pancreas.

For some unknown medical reasons the pancreas will stop or slow in production of this chemical/hormone. This chemical/hormone is used by the body’s endocrine body systems to transform the blood sugar (blood glucose) in the blood into fuel that the cells are able to use. Without the needed amounts of this necessary blood sugar changing chemical/hormone the blood glucose levels in the blood stream begin to rise to extremely high levels.

Once they reach a certain high blood sugar level then diabetic body organs begins to suffer cell damage to most systems. The major cell damage most often happens with high levels is severe nerve cell damage, heart cell damage, kidney cell damage, and severe eye cell damage.

So what is a Diabetic Diet Menu?

Diabetic diet menus goes by one main rule. Avoid anything that is colored white. Breads and potatoes are examples of this main rule. These foods are stuffed with complex sugar and will drive your blood sugar level to the sky.  Try to stick to unprocessed foods, loads of fresh fruits and vegetables – fresh juices are also excellent!So talk to your doctor about a diabetic diet menu? Great plan!

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