DIABETES symptoms include excessive thirst, frequent urination and problems sleeping. You can help prevent type-2 diabetes and manage symptoms through diet. By Laura Mitchell / Published 11th June 2018 GETTY HEALTHY: You can precent and manage type-2 diabetes through diet This week is Diabetes Week, seven days dedicated to getting the nation talking about the common condition.Type 1 diabetes is a serious, lifelong condition where your blood glucose level is too high because your body can't make a hormone called insulin.About 10% of people with diabetes in the UK have Type 1 diabetes, while the remaining 90% have type-2. While most people with type-1 diabetes are born with it, type-2 can come on at any time.With type-2 diabetes, the pancreas doesn't produce enough insulin or the body’s cells don't react to insulin.The hormone insulin – produced by the pancreas – is responsible for controlling the amount of glucose in the blood.It is estimated … [Read more...] about Type-2 diabetes diet: What to eat for breakfast, lunch and dinner to stabilise blood sugar
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DIABETES symptoms include frequent urination and excessive thirst. You can help prevent type-2 diabetes and lower your blood sugar level by eating the right foods. By Laura Mitchell / Published 8th May 2018 GETTY DIABETES DIET: There are certain foods that can help prevent type-2 diabetes Diabetes is a lifelong condition that causes a person's blood sugar level to become too high.Most people with type-1 diabetes are born with the condition, while type-2 can come on at any time.Type-2 diabetes means the pancreas doesn't produce enough insulin or the body’s cells don't react to insulin.The hormone insulin – produced by the pancreas – is responsible for controlling the amount of glucose in the blood.Diabetes is a metabolic disease that can be managed with a combination of lifestyle changes, diet and medications, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. 13 hidden signs you could have type-2 diabetes Often hungry and thirsty? If … [Read more...] about Type-2 diabetes diet: Eating these foods will help lower your blood sugar levels
0 Have your say A Leeds dad has lost six stone after ditching a 10,000 calorie a day diet which saw his weight balloon to 21 stone and he was warned he was risking his health. Paul Smart, now 40, lived on takeaways and fizzy pop after his divorce, having McDonald’s meals for breakfast and KFC for lunch.“It was down to laziness and being on my own after my divorce. I had no one to help rein my eating in and I became best friends with all the takeaway drivers,” recalls Paul.“As my weight increased I became more reclusive as I didn’t want people to see the fat mess I had become, which then made me eat even more. “I lost most of my friends as I would constantly let them down at the last minute as I would start to get nervous before I was due to go out.”After turning 37, Paul realised he had hit ‘rock bottom’ when it came to his health.“The doctor weighed me, and the numbers scared me. I was 21 stone, classed as morbidly … [Read more...] about Meet the Leeds super-slimmer who lost six stone after ditching 10,000 calorie a day diet
TRYING to lose weight after the indulgent Christmas period but not sure where to start?The British Dietetic Association (BDA) has taken a look at some of the most popular diets around and given its verdict on whether it will work for you.This diet is based on the principal of intermittent fasting, where you eat normally for five days and restrict your calorie intake for the other two.On top of losing weight, fans claim the 5:2 diet can improve lifespan and brain function, and protect against conditions such as dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.But evidence on how effective the diet it is limited.One 2010 study found women placed on a 5:2 diet achieved similar levels of weight loss to women on a calorie-controlled diet, and were also less likely to develop chronic diseases such as type 2 diabetes.There is also some evidence that the 5:2 model may help lower the risk of certain obesity-related cancers, such as breast cancer.Pros:Sticking to a calorie restricted two days a … [Read more...] about What is the best diet plan for weight loss? From 5:2 and paleo to Slimming World and Weight Watchers, experts give their opinions
THE Copenhagen diet claims to be a weight loss programme that allows you to lose up to 22lbs in just 13 days.But health experts have warned against this short-term and severe diet. This is what it involves and the safety…The Copenhagen diet, also known as the 13-Day diet, is a strict, short-term shred that claims to enable consumers to lose between 13 and 22lbs.It works on people eating large amounts of cholesterol and high-protein food.It relies on the individual consuming under 1,000 calories a day, which is a large reduction from the 2,000 and 2,500 recommended calories for women and men respectively.You should speak to your doctor before undertaking any radical diets for weight loss.The diet is NOT a healthy way to lose weight and will not ensure you keep it off long-term.It is said to cause such a shock to your metabolism that it should never be undertaken more than once in a two-year period, if at all.Nutritionist Sarah Flower said to the Sun Online: “This diet is a … [Read more...] about What is the Copenhagen diet plan, is it low sugar and is it is safe?