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Diabetic Diet Cookbook and Meal Plan: Best Diabetes-Friendly Recipes and Guide to Reverse and Prevent Diabetes with 30-Days Meal Plan for Faster Healing (A Type 2 Diabetes Diet Cookbook)

Diabetic Diet Cookbook and Meal Plan: Best Diabetes-Friendly Recipes and Guide to Reverse and Prevent Diabetes with 30-Days Meal Plan for Faster Healing (A Type 2 Diabetes Diet Cookbook)

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Diabetic Diet Cookbook and Meal Plan: Best Diabetes-Friendly Recipes and Guide to Reverse and Prevent Diabetes with 30-Days Meal Plan for Faster Healing (A Type 2 Diabetes Diet Cookbook)

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Nov 30, 2018
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Making few dietary and lifestyle changes will help prevent and reverse diabetes. Being diagnosed with diabetes and trying to figure how to correctly manage it can be scary and overwhelming at first. You need this practical action-based diabetic diet cookbook that will help you make the necessary changes to improve your health from today.


This book shows you how to eat right, live healthy and manage the diabetes menace. The nutritional guidelines contained in this book are strategically designed to meet your individual needs. The Diabetic Diet Cookbook and Meal Plan contains 100 delicious recipes with detailed nutritional information and a 30-day meal plan to help you get started on the diabetic diet with no hassles. 


In this book, you will find:
•    Understanding Diabetes 
•    Difference between Diabetes Mellitus Type 1 and Type 2
•    A Diabetic Diet Kick Start Guide
•    Healthy Foods to Eat and Those to Avoid
•    Diabetic Diet Structure and Plan
•    A 30-Day Meal Plan
•    100 Delicious Diabetic-Friendly Recipes and more.
 

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INTRODUCTION

Diabetes mellitus simply referred to as diabetes; can be reversed and prevented with the right dietary and lifestyle changes. To correct diabetes, you need to fully understand the relationship between insulin and diabetes. Diabetes occurs when the body does not respond to insulin correctly, the body produces no insulin whatsoever, and when the body produces insufficient insulin. In summary, a person diagnosed with diabetes has insulin deficiency or resistance.

The cells in your body need energy for the daily job that your body does. Some of the food that you consume is broken down into sugar that enters your blood and is transported via your blood to your cells. The pancreas has beta cells that produces the insulin hormone that helps transfer sugar into the cells of your body for energy. Insulin helps to open up your cell doors to allow sugar in so that energy is made available. When your cells get the sugar needed for energy that is transported via your blood, the quantity of sugar in your blood is reduced. Therefore if insulin is compromised for any reason, the amount of sugar in the blood will be high.

The diabetic diet is a healthy-eating plan that controls diabetes mellitus by helping the body make the most of the insulin gotten from insulin-prescriptions or the ones produced in the body. This book contains a 30-day meal plan with several healthy recipes that will help you correct, reverse and prevent diabetes. The meals and recipes in this book are low in fat and calories and rich in nutrients with full nutritional information to help you keep tab on your macros. To help you get started, you will also find a guide on what to eat and what to avoid on the diabetic diet to reverse diabetes and prevent it.

Understanding Diabetes

You need to know the types of diabetes and their major differences to fully understand diabetes. The following are the types of diabetes:

Pre-diabetes

This is a condition in which the blood contains high amounts of sugar, but the amount of sugar is not high enough to result in diabetes mellitus type 2.

Gestational Diabetes

This is a type of diabetes that affects pregnant women. This type of diabetes is developed during pregnancy. A woman diagnosed with gestational diabetes may not have had diabetes before pregnancy and she may not continue having diabetes after child birth. It is important to keep in touch with your doctor and dietician during pregnancy if diagnosed with gestational diabetes.

Type 1 Diabetes

Also known as diabetes mellitus type 1. Type 1 diabetes is a chronic condition in which the pancreas makes little or no insulin, due to an autoimmune system that is overactive.

Type 2 diabetes

Also known as diabetes mellitus type 2. Type 2 diabetes is a chronic condition in which the body hinders the produced insulin from working correctly. This condition has an effect on the way the body processes glucose (blood sugar). This condition is also known as Insulin Resistance. In type 2 diabetes the body may produce insulin but it will be insufficient.

Differences between Diabetes Mellitus Type 1 and Type 2

The two very common types of diabetes are diabetes mellitus type 1 and diabetes mellitus type 2. People with diabetes mellitus type 1 must take insulin everyday due to insulin shortage or deficiency that is caused by an overactive immune system. Although adolescents and children are more susceptible to diabetes mellitus type 1 condition, diabetes type 1 can also occur in older adults.

90-95% of people diagnosed with diabetes have type 2 diabetes. In diabetes mellitus type 2, the body prevents the produced insulin from working correctly. Even though type 2 diabetes often occur in older people, it can also occur in adolescents. Diabetes mellitus type 2 typically occurs in overweight people.

Actually, 80% of people who are diagnosed with diabetes mellitus type 2 are overweight.

THE DIABETIC DIET KICKSTART GUIDE

A diabetic diet is healthy diet designed to help you consume healthy foods in measured amounts at specific and regular intervals - known as your mealtimes. The diabetic diet is strategically structured to include naturally rich and nutrients-filled foods that are low in calories and fat. This healthy-eating plan includes whole grains, veggies and fruits as part of its main elements.  The diabetic diet can help to prevent diabetes for those that don't have the condition and can also correct and reverse diabetes in those already diagnosed.

When you consume foods that are high in fat and calories, your body reacts by generating a detrimental rise in blood sugar. If the spike in glucose isn't controlled, it can lead to worse medical conditions such hyperglycemia (hazardously high blood sugar levels), and other lasting problems, such as heart, kidney and nerve damage. Lifestyle changes and dietary choices can help control your blood sugar level and help maintain a safe blood sugar level.

When diagnosed with pre-diabetes or diabetes mellitus, a dietician will help to design a healthy meal plan (diabetic diet) that will tackle diabetes by controlling high blood fats and high blood pressure which are heart disease risk factors, correcting your weight and controlling your blood sugar through diet. The diabetic diet is also nutritiously structured to encourage healthy weight loss, which makes it easier to control blood sugar and keep away other medical issues and conditions. The diabetic diet offers a safe, nutritious and organized way to reach your weight loss goals.

Healthy Food Options

If you have diabetes or pre-diabetes, every calorie consumed on the diabetic diet is a crucial factor to the improvement of your health. The following are nutritious foods you can choose from:

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Dietary Fiber: Fiber controls your blood glucose level and restricts how your body digest. Dietary fiber includes every plant food part that your body cannot absorb or digest. You should eat foods rich in dietary fiber, such as wheat bran, whole-wheat flour, legumes (lentils, peas, beans,

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