Best Diet for Diabetes | 8 Tips To Treat Diabetes | Best Diet Tips | 2018


what’s the best diet for diabetes
whether you wish to prevent or control existing diabetes your nutritional needs
are the same as everyone else but do pay attention to some of your
food habits and lifestyle choices first body weight
keep your body weight under control it’s encouraging to know that you only have
to lose seven percent of your body weight to cut your risk of diabetes in
half losing weight and eating healthier can
also have a profound effect on your mood energy and sense of well-being second
belly fat a lot of belly fat surrounds the abdominal organs and liver and is
closely linked to insulin resistance you are at an increased risk of developing
diabetes if you have a large waistline a slimmer waistline comes from cutting
back on sugary foods calories obtained from fructose are more likely to add
weight around your abdomen these are calories found in sugary
beverages such as soda energy and sports drinks coffee drinks and processed foods
like donuts muffins cereal candy and granola bars refrain from them third
carbohydrates they have a big impact on your blood sugar levels more so than
fats and proteins so you need to be smart about what types of carbs you eat
limit refined carbs like white bread pasta and
as well as soda candy packaged meals and snack foods focus on high-fiber complex
carbohydrates also known has slow release carbs they are digested slowly
thus preventing a spike in sugar instead of white rice try high-fiber options
like brown or wild rice and riced cauliflower instead of white potatoes
including fries and mashed potatoes try sweet potatoes yams and cauliflower
mash instead of white bread try whole-wheat or whole-grain bread instead
of sugary breakfast cereal try high fiber low sugar cereal instead of
instant oatmeal try steel-cut or rolled oats
instead of conflicts try low sugar bran flakes instead of corn try peas or leafy
greens fourth point proteins the belief that a high protein diet is best is a
myth studies have shown that eating too much protein especially animal protein
may actually cause insulin resistance a key factor and diabetes a healthy diet
includes protein carbohydrates and fats our body needs all three to function
properly fifth point fats they slow down the digestive process meaning blood
sugar levels don’t spike as quickly get 30% of your calories from fats
that doesn’t mean you should reach out for donuts think healthy fats such as
from nuts nut butters olive oil fish oils flax seeds are avocados sixth point
eating habits eat at set times your body is better able to regulate blood sugar
levels and your weight when you maintain a regular meal schedule aim for moderate
and consistent portion sizes for each meal start your day off with a good
breakfast it will provide energy as well as steady
blood sugar levels eat regular small meals 5 a day eating regularly will help
you keep your portions in check keep calorie intake the same to regulate
blood sugar levels try to eat roughly the same amount every day rather than
overeating one day or at one meal and then skipping the next seventh point
aim to eat more natural unprocessed food and less packaged or convenience foods
eat more fresh fruits and vegetables idly more colorful the better whole
fruits rather than juices 8 point sweets reduce your craving for sweets by slowly
reducing the sugar in your diet a little at a time to give your tastebuds time to
adjust each sweets with a meal rather than as a standalone snack when eaten on
their own sweets cause your blood sugar to spike
if you eat them along with other healthy foods as a part of your meal your blood
sugar won’t rise as rapidly reduce the amount of sugar and recipes by 1/4 to
1/3 you can boost sweetness with mint cinnamon nutmeg vanilla etc start with
half of the desert you normally eat and replace the other half with fruit spot
hidden sugar it is also hidden in many packaged foods fast food meals and
grocery stores staples such as bread cereals canned goods pasta sauce
margarine instant mashed potatoes frozen dinners low-fat meals and ketchup the
first step is to spot hidden sugar on food labels you

44 thoughts on “Best Diet for Diabetes | 8 Tips To Treat Diabetes | Best Diet Tips | 2018

  1. What a wonderful discourse Swamiji. India, once a leader, lags behind in this area. Organic foods had become a big business

  2. Radhey Radhey Swamiji awesome video, very Educational. Thank you.๐Ÿ๐Ÿฅ๐Ÿ๐Ÿฅ•๐Ÿ‡๐ŸŒฝ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ’๐Ÿ“๐Ÿ…๐Ÿฅ‘๐Ÿ†

  3. Wonderful tips for diabetes.. healthy diet n control in body weight will lead us to a healthy life.. excellent tips Swamiji.. Thanks Jkyog for uploading such an important video..

  4. Healthy Diet -> Healthy Body->Healthy Mind-> Healthy Spiritual Progress.
    Very important to remember and practice these gems of knowledge for our spiritual progress..๐Ÿ™

  5. In this excellent lecture, Swamiji presents healthier food options and eating habits compared to foods that increase empty calories with no nutritional value that are associated with diabetes. In addition, he talks about the importance of eating natural and fresh food instead of processed and packaged food, and cutting down on high sugar foods. A โ€˜must seeโ€™ for a wealth of information.

  6. Eating a healthy, balanced diet is an important part of maintaining good health. Swamiji here explains nicely about the best diets to prevent diabetes.Very informative video.

  7. One of the best video I have seen on diabetic control. You must watch even if you are not diabetic to control the sugar in check !!๐Ÿ‘

  8. Find these 8 tips very useful!!! Easy to implement – great tips on what food to eat and how to manage diabetes as well as control your weight.

  9. Hum jise india main SHEAR karte hai unko english sab samajh nahi ane k karan dekhten nahin or wo shear v nahin karte hain.

  10. Very informative lecture by our beloved Swamiji. Inspiring us to inculcate healthy eating habits. Thank you Swamiji. Radhey Radhey!!

  11. Watch this beautiful illustration which demonstrates the do's and don'ts for Diabetics, explained by Swami Mukundananda.

  12. Today the number of diabetic patients is increasing day by day.The pharma companies are coming up with various meficines,every branch of medicine is claiming to jave found the remedy for this desease but the fact is that we have been fail in all our efforts.
    But here Swamiji has given some simple tips about what to eat and what to avoid; how to follow an intelligent diet chart and replace our food habits with the ones told here.By following these tips I m sure we can stay away from such a monstrous desease.
    Thank you,Swamiji !

  13. Swamiji talks about the importance of eating natural and fresh food instead of processed and packaged food, and cutting down on high sugar foods. A โ€˜must seeโ€™ for a wealth of information. Very informative lecture Swamiji!

  14. Thank you swamiji for your valuable information regarding better dieting, specially on diabetes food.

  15. Losing weight and eating healtheir not only reduces the risk of diabetes but can also have a great effect on our mood,energyand sense of wellbeing.

  16. Keep your body weight under control. By losing 7 percent of your body weight,you cut the risk of diabetes to half.

  17. Radhe Radhe !
    By switching over to high fiber complax protein , adding carbs and fat in high proportion in our diet and by doing regular exercise , we can prevent , control and cure diabetes which is slow and silent killer .

  18. Diabetes diet- A hot topic everywhere. Whats best- with so many different ideas on this people get lost as to what to follow.
    But in this lecture one gets all the answers.
    The lecture is very profound and provides a step by step approach :
    – identifying the risk.
    -targeting the risk factors
    – diet support.
    Diet management is taught very well in here. Impact of different kinds of food on the body is very well explained.
    Components of food and their need for the body is dealt extensively with lots of tips on balancing the diet is very well explained.
    The lecture is put forth in a very simple way and everyone can understand it with ease and put it to practice. Thank you so very much Swami Ji for this great knowledge. Our heartfelt thanks to you Swami Ji.

  19. By switching over to natural foods like wholegrains,nuts,fruits and vegetables in place of processed and tinned food,we can control and reduce the risk of diabetes.
    …..thanx for sharing this imp. Information..Radhey Radhey๐Ÿ˜Š

  20. Losing weight and eating healtheir not only reduces the risk of diabetes but can also have a great effect on our mood,energy and sense of wellbeing

  21. Excellent video on diabetes diet. Swamiji is clearly attending to the challenges of the modern-day life and the way we can make choices for our betterment.

  22. Great! .. swamiji's soothing voice reminded me of swami chidananda of divine life society, rishikesh.. keep up the great work swamiji .

  23. Through this video we learnt eating habits are the key factor of diabetes and the other problems.All ways eat good food and drinks proper water.Food habits and drinking water are most important thing in our daily life and very effective in treatment.

  24. Swamiji provides 8 excellent tips on managing diabetes: (1) keep body weight under control; (2) avoid high calorie processed beverages and sodas; (3) be selective about taking fiber and slow release carbohydrates; (4) balance the amount of protein intake; (5) get 30% of the calories from healthy fats like nuts; (6) create a routine for meal time and
    portion your meals; (7) eat natural and unprocessed food; and (8) cut down on candies and cookies and when eaten, keep these as part of the meal than a snack. Thank you, Swamiji!

  25. Wonderful advice Swamiji! Especially since you are telling us the easily available healthier substitutes. I did not know that losing 7% fat can lead to preventing Diabetes by 50%. This is really motivating.

  26. Swamiji provides 8 excellent tips: (1) control body weight; (2) avoid processed beverages; (3) wisely select slow release carbohydrates; (4) balance protein intake; (5) healthy fats like nuts are good for calories; (6) have a well-portioned meal time routine; (7) eat natural foods; and (8) eat candies or cookies judiciously. Thank you, Swamiji!

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