How Diabetes affects your life? Do people with Type 2 Diabetes have a shorter life span?
It still affects you if you keep your blood sugar level normal?
Could you tell me what food to avoid and what food is good for Diabetes?
With controlled blood glucose, you can live a very long time. I know people who lived well into their eighties. Unfortunately, you can do everything right to manage diabetes and still experience complications, or not. As for diet and other matters, the best thing you can do for yourself and your health is to speak with a diabetes educator and a nutritionist. Good luck to you on your wellness journey!
As a borderline diabetic myself and having just had a 'pep' talk from the practice nurse telling me to eat more carbs at every meal, I am wondering how long it will be before the NHS acknowledges that the 'Eatwell Plate' that it recommends for diabetics is the worst advice ever.
O'Level biology 60 years ago told me that all starch turns to sugar in the digestive system. The obsession with low fat and subsequent high sugar just couldn't be worse for blood sugar levels. It's high time the NHS swallowed their pride and acknowledged their mistakes.
I learnt in O'Level biology that starch turns to sugar in the bloodstream.
Hi Andreea , Diabetes is not curable disease but we can control and prevented by many ways. The main problem is Insulin. Two major problem in insulin secretion 1. Insulin secretion less or no longer . 2 . Insulin secreted but it does not absorbed by body. Then the blood glucose level will be high it lead to diabetes.
The main problem for Diabetes patient is controlling blood glucose level. In our food Carbohydrates gives Glucose to our body. So we should cut carbohydrates in our food. Instead of carbohydrates we can take Fat, Protein and fiber in our daily food.
By using this diet we can easily control diabetes.