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Blood Sugar Diet

 

Blood Sugar Diet

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A Blood sugar diet is very important with regards to diabetes management. Your eating plan should concentrate on the quantity and type of carbs you put on your plate during the entire day.

Yet, at the same time you want to be able to eat foods you enjoy. You also want to be able to feel full and satisfied.

So, if you are diabetic or have issues with blood sugar levels such as high or low spiking of blood sugar after eating that makes you feel tired or terrible, then the following diet may be just what the doctor ordered.

The pros of blood sugar diet

  • When combined with everyday exercise, the diet has been demonstrated to reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes and cancer, while improving your heart health at the same time. It is simple to follow, and not connected with vitamin or nutritional deficiencies.
  • As fat presents more calories per gram in comparison with carbs or proteins, limiting how many calories you take can help weight loss, as well as improve cholesterol levels.
  • Helps to cope with diabetes.

The cons of blood sugar diet:

  • It may take time to review what quantities of definite foods you can have, for example fruit or carbs, which may be the reason for blood sugar spikes.
  • The very low-calorie intake makes the diet difficult to follow. In addition, the diet should just be carried out under medical supervision as it is a serious form of diet.
  • Side effects for example can include headaches and dizziness .

The characteristics of blood sugar diet

  • Control the food you eat

  • Try to eat little by little.
  • Eat a lot of soups.
  • Don’t drink lots of alcohol.

  • Consult your doctor before starting this diet

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7 Days blood sugar diet

Blood sugar diet: Day 1

Breakfast

1 glass of pure warm water

Pancake with almonds

A cup of coffee

Lunch

1 glass of pure warm water

Chicken soup

Snack

2 apples

Dinner

1 glass of pure warm water

Steamed salmon with lettuce

Total calories count – 780 cals

Total carbs count – 35 carbs

Blood sugar diet: Day 2

Breakfast

1 glass of pure warm water

2 hard-boiled eggs

A cup of tea

Lunch

1 glass of pure warm water

Tomato-carrot soup

Whole-grain bread

Snack

Fruit salad

Dinner

1 glass of pure warm water

Roasted chicken

Steamed zucchini, tomatoes and broccoli

Total calories count – 950 cals

Total carbs count – 22 carbs

Blood sugar diet: Day 3

Breakfast

1 glass of pure warm water

Lime pie

A cup of coffee with low-fat milk

Lunch

1 glass of pure warm water

Roast chicken soup

Dinner

1 glass of pure warm water

Spicy salmon fillet

Total calories count – 1060 cals

Total carbs count – 30 carbs

Blood sugar diet: Day 4

Breakfast

1 glass of pure warm water

Omelette with low-fat cheese

Cup of green tea

Lunch

1 glass of pure warm water

Roasted broccoli

Mushrooms soup

Dinner

1 glass of pure warm water

Brown rice

Steamed fish fillet

Total carbs count – 27 carbs

Total calories count – 885 cals

Blood sugar diet: Day 5

Breakfast

1 glass of pure warm water

Porridge with lemon and almonds

Low-fat yogurt

Lunch

1 glass of pure warm water

Stuffed mushrooms

Roasted chicken

Snack

2 toasted whole-grain bread with strawberries

Dinner

1 glass of pure warm water

Boiled chicken

Vegetable salad

Total carbs count – 44 carbs

Total calories count – – 950 cals

Blood sugar diet: Day 6

Breakfast

1 glass of pure warm water

2 pancakes with berries

Lunch

1 glass of pure warm water

Grilled vegetables

Steamed lean

Dinner

1 glass of pure warm water

Chicken soup

Lettuce

Total calories count – 930cals

Total carbs count – 39 carbs

Blood sugar diet: Day 7

Breakfast

1 glass of pure warm water

A cup of coffee

Vegetable omelette

Lunch

1 glass of pure warm water

Grilled salmon

Brown rice

Snack

2 apples

Dinner

1 glass of pure warm water

Chicken with red pepper curry

Total calories count – 1000 cals

Total carbs count – 42 carbs

Blood sugar diet shopping list:

Almonds 200g

Chicken 1kg

10 apples

Salmon 500g

7 eggs

Tomato 1 kg

Carrot 500g

Whole-grain bread

5 zucchinis

Broccoli 300g

Lime

Low-fat milk 1 bottle

Low-fat cheese 400g

Mushrooms 300g

Brown rice 1 pack

Fish fillet 300g

Porridge 1 pack

Lemon

Low-fat yogurt 1 bottle

Low-fat yogurt 1 bottle

Strawberries 500g

Berries mix 2 packs

Lean 500g

Red pepper

6 carrots

Potatoes 300g

Brown sugar 1 pack

Rye bread

Reduced-fat peanut butter 1 pack

Corn tortilla chips 1 pack

Paprika

Pepper

Coleslaw mix

Chile-garlic sauce

Chopped peanuts 200g

Olives 1 can

Cabbage 500 g

Radishes 500 g

Brussels sprouts 200 g

Olive or linen oil 1 bottle

Low-cal dressing 1 bottle

5 bananas

Mix of fruits 1 pack

5 pears

5 peaches

Cherries 400g

Enjoy blood sugar diet!!

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