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Foods to Avoid With Diabetes

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Sugar-Sweetened Beverages

Sugary beverages are the worst drink choice for someone with diabetes.

To begin with, they are very high in carbs, with a 12-ounce (354-ml) can of soda providing 38 grams

The same amount of sweetened iced tea and lemonade each contain 36 grams of carbs, exclusively from sugar.

In addition, they’re loaded with fructose, which is strongly linked to insulin resistance and diabetes. Indeed, studies suggest that consuming sugar-sweetened beverages may increase the risk of diabetes-related conditions like fatty liver

What’s more, the high fructose levels in sugary drinks may lead to metabolic changes that promote belly fat and potentially harmful cholesterol and triglyceride levels.

In one study of overweight and obese adults, consuming 25% of calories from high-fructose beverages on a weight-maintaining diet led to increased insulin resistance and belly fat, lower metabolic rate and worse heart health markers

To help control blood sugar levels and prevent disease risk, consume water, club soda or unsweetened iced tea instead of sugary beverages.

Fruit-Flavored Yogurt

Plain yogurt can be a good option for people with diabetes. However, fruit-flavored varieties are a very different story.

Flavored yogurts are typically made from non-fat or low-fat milk and loaded with carbs and sugar.

In fact, a one-cup (245-gram) serving of fruit-flavored yogurt may contain 47 grams of sugar, meaning nearly 81% of its calories come from sugar

Many people consider frozen yogurt to be a healthy alternative to ice cream. However, it can contain just as much or even more sugar than ice cream

Rather than choosing high-sugar yogurts that can spike your blood sugar and insulin, opt for plain, whole-milk yogurt that contains no sugar and may be beneficial for your appetite, weight control and gut health

Honey, Agave Nectar and Maple Syrup

People with diabetes often try to minimize their intake of white table sugar, as well as treats like candy, cookies and pie.

However, other forms of sugar can also cause blood sugar spikes. These include brown sugar and “natural” sugars like honeyagave nectar and maple syrup.

Although these sweeteners aren’t highly processed, they contain at least as many carbs as white sugar. In fact, most contain even more.

and also :

  1. Non-Starchy Vegetables. …
  2. Beans. …
  3. Nuts and Seeds. …
  4. Fresh Fruit. These foods can also reduce the risk of diabetes

September 16, 2019 |

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