Friday, July 21, 2017

Diet Plans for Weight Loss Diabetic Patients

Losing weight is at the top of many people's to-do lists. But for those with type 2 diabetes, weight control is especially important. Carrying excess weight makes managing blood sugars  is more difficult, and 80 percent of people with type 2 diabetes are overweight. The right way to maintain weight is to incorporate a healthful diet into your overall diabetes management plan as losing weight can be extra challenging for people with diabetes. Eating healthfully while you try to reduce weight is important for everyone, but if you have diabetes, choosing the wrong diet could harm your health. Weight loss pills and starvation diets should be avoided, but there are many popular diets that may be beneficial.

If you have diabetes, you should focus on eating lean protein, high-fiber food like asparagus, blueberries, indian black berries we call as jammun,  less processed carbs, fruits, and vegetables, low-fat dairy, and healthy vegetable-based fats such as avocado, nuts, canola oil, or olive oil. You should also manage your carbohydrate intake.  Your doctor or dietitian will also provide you with a target carb number for meals and snacks. 

Generally, women should aim for about 45 grams of carb per meal while men should aim for 60. Ideally, these would come from complex carbs, fruits, and vegetables. Your focus should be on staying hydrated when it comes to diabetic health. Choose noncaloric options such as water and tea whenever possible. 

Somes food which cause spikes in the blood sugar or contain unhealthy fats should be limited or stopped. Food like processed grains, white rice, white pasta, fruits which contain sweets, apple sauce, jam, and canned fruits, full fat dairy, fried foods, food high in trans fats or saturated fats, food made with refined flour, food with a high glycemic load should be totally avoided.

If you are overweight and have diabetes, or are at risk of getting it, you have to exercise. There’s no way around it. In your body, what exercise does, is it allows you to bind or uptake insulin more efficiently. Your pancreas makes insulin a hormone that unlocks the cells so they can use sugar from the food we eat as energy. You have what they call receptor sites, and the more you exercise, the more active your receptor sites are. And the less you exercise, the less active and responsive they are. 

Workouts can do all kinds of things for you, like lower your blood sugar and blood pressure, boost your energy, and help you sleep better. If physical, high-impact exercises aren’t for you, there are plenty of other options. 

Brisk morning walk for thirty mintues is the best exercise and give you fresh air which lower your stress too and you can reach your target fast. Simple simple exercises can be done in home also like lifting canned goods or water bottles, push ups, sit ups, sqats, lunges, gardening, Yoga, aerobic activity can show wonders and you can be active whole day. Give yourself morning thirty mintues.

It can be hard to diet if you have diabetes. You have to inject insulin and check your blood sugar several times a day while you are watching what you eat. When it comes to food, too many people have no idea what’s good, what’s bad, and what’s too much. Many women have nothing in breakfast, just have some coffee, some have coffee and a muffin, some womens have anything they get and calories reach to 1600. The thing that predicts weight loss the best is monitoring intake. 

Consume more and more vegetables boiled and steamed, green leafy vegetables especially non starchy vegetables like broccoli,carrot,kale, spinach . You should avoid potato, peas or corns. Consume more whole grains, lean protein like fish twice a week, bean or soy instead of meat, when you can. If possible in place of meat have lean meat, pork loin or sirloin and always remove the skin of chicken. For vegetarian try flaxseeds, seasme seed. In fruits use fresh juice but not  to add sugar in it. Very small amount and not regular of avocados, olives, nuts or seeds. Complete no to cheese and full fat milk, butter or creamy sauces. Garlic, shallots are best medicine which keep you away from all disease and higher in antioxidant power,good source of fiber, potassium, and folate.

When you're craving something sweet, make tracks to the melon aisle, where you'll find many varieties including watermelon, cantaloupe, muskmelon, honeydew, casaba, crenshaw, Persian, and pepino. While all of these are bursting with healthy nutrients, the most common types contain some unique properties.Like tomatoes, watermelon is a good source of the antioxidant lycopene, which may help protect against some cell damage parts too.

Losing weight or maintaining weight might be hard, but not impossible. See your doctor every three to six months. If you're doing well, you can get positive reinforcement from your doctor. If it's not going so well, your doctor can help you get back on track. Patients like some tangible evidence of success or failure. The best foods for diabetes are most often whole foods that are not processed.  Including these extra-healthy power foods in your diet will help you meet your nutritional needs as well as lower your risk of diabetes and you will also be able to maintain your weight and further complication of other disease.