New PDF release: Diabetes Cookbook For Dummies (For Dummies (Cooking))

By Alan L. Rubin MD, Chef Denise Sharf, Alison G. Acerra RD

ISBN-10: 0471767832

ISBN-13: 9780471767831

ISBN-10: 0764584502

ISBN-13: 9780764584503

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Whole grains like whole wheat provide much more fiber than refined grains like white flour. When the grain is refined, it is cracked, crushed, or flaked. This process removes the parts of the grain that contain the fiber as well as vitamins, minerals, and other essential nutrients. For a food to be whole grain, it must contain at least 51 percent of the whole grain parts that contain those nutrients. For years, doctors told their patients with diabetes not to eat sugar. Now we know that many foods, such as corn and potatoes, raise blood glucose just as fast as table sugar, and we would never ban those foods.

A group of people who were expected to develop diabetes because their parents both had diabetes was asked to walk 30 minutes a day. Eighty percent of those who did walk did not develop the disease. These people didn’t necessarily lose weight, but they did exercise. Chapter 1: What It Means to Thrive with Diabetes Exercise isn’t only for the person with diabetes. Anyone who wants a healthy lifestyle should exercise, but for the diabetic, exercise is especially important because it protects against both the microvascular and the macrovascular complications of diabetes.

Protein: He can eat 30 percent of his diet, or 540 kilocalories, as protein. A gram of protein is 4 kilocalories, so he can eat 135 grams of protein. Each meat or meat substitute exchange has 7 grams of protein in it. Therefore, he can eat about 19 protein exchanges each day, which corresponds to about 19 ounces of protein daily. Protein is found not just in meat but also in milk, starch, and some vegetables. Chapter 2: How What You Eat Affects Your Diabetes ߜ Fat: He can eat no more than 30 percent, or 540 kilocalories, of fat per day.

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