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Diabetic? You could be deficient in this nutrient...

by , 10 January 2020
Diabetic? You could be deficient in this nutrient...
Based upon many human and animal studies, it could be that diabetes is more related to a deficiency of dietary fibre than any other nutrition substance.

Fibre is indigestible plant food matter. Because fibre cannot be digested in the human gut, it stays in the intestines to slow down the absorption of glucose into the bloodstream, while it simultaneously absorbs excess fat and cholesterol to carry these potential trouble makers out of the system.

What fibre does in the body...

There are two main types of fibre: soluble (in water) and insoluble. Soluble fibres form a gelatin-like mass in the intestines. Examples of soluble fibres include hemicelluloses, mucilages, gums, and pectins; such as found in apples, carrots, oats, and beans.

Insoluble fibres can help with other conditions, such as weight loss, but are not as helpful in slowing down the absorption of glucose to control diabetes.

A diet rich in soluble fibre and legumes improves all aspects of diabetes. For example, Dr David Jenkins, the developer of the glycaemic index chart, found that diabetics who consumed between 14 to 26 grams of guar gum soluble fibre required less insulin and had better control of their blood glucose levels.

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Consume around 50 grams of fibre daily, which is a 250% increase over the standard low fibre Western diet. In addition to the many foods which contribute significant amounts of soluble fibre to the diabetic diet, nutrition supplements found in your health shop include: glucomannan, guar gum, oat gum, pea fibre, pectin, and psyllium.

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