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Diabetics: You don't have to tiptoe around carbs and sugar like they're your enemy

by , 14 July 2015

• July 2015 Weill Cornell Medical College study confirm diabetics can eat carbs
• It's not which carbs you eat, it's how you eat them
• Use this simple meal plan today for full blood sugar control - without giving up the foods you love

As a diabetic, mealtime can be your worst nightmare.

You never know whether a single mouthful of food will send your body into complete chaos and poison you…

But it doesn't have to be like this!

You don't have to give up the foods you love. As long as you eat them in a certain way.

Read on below to find out more…

July 2015 Weill Cornell Medical College study confirms diabetics can eat carbs


Just a few weeks ago, there was a breakthrough in diabetes research. Something so simple, yet so significant came out of the Weill Cornell Medical College that no one else could figure out.
 
But it’s not for lack of trying.
 
Researchers might just have been looking in the wrong place. For the last ten years!
 
Look at this 2005 study, posted in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition. The research showed how eating protein before your meal can stabilise your blood sugar.
 
Nine years later, the Diabetologia journal posted a similar finding. They said you should “preload” with whey protein before your meal to keep your blood sugar under control.
 
But it’s a lot easier than that…

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It’s not which carbs you eat! It’s how you eat them…


Here are the main points from the study:
 
·         11 diabetics took part in the two tests of the research.
·         In the first test, they ate bread, chicken and then veg.
·         In the second test a few days later, they ate chicken, veg and then the bread.
·         In each test, they measured the patient’s blood sugar before the meal, 30 minutes after the meal and then at 1 and 2 hours after that.
 
The results?
 
When they ate the meat and veg first – before the carbs – their blood sugar dropped almost back to normal after just two hours.
 
At 30 minutes, it was at 29%. An hour after they finished eating, their blood sugar soared to 37%. But just an hour after that, it was a mere 17%.
 
Their blood sugar stabilised itself. Just like that.
 
And that’s why, this almost formulaic way of eating can help you both stabilise your blood sugar naturally, and allow you to still eat the foods you love.

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Use this simple meal plan ‘formula’ today for full blood sugar control – without giving up the foods you love

 
Here’s the simplicity you have always been looking for in your diabetic eating plan.
 
When you eat your protein, veg and fat first and then have the carbs afterwards, your body may not react with a soaring blood sugar spike like it would if you ate the carbs first or by themselves.
 
It truly is a breakthrough for the way you could change how you eat as a diabetic.
 
I mean, imagine you’re able to eat some of those “forbidden” foods without suffering the dire consequences afterwards?
 
Look, this isn’t a go-ahead to start eating dozens of doughnuts or to munch through thousands of loaves of bread. It’s simply a suggestion that should you need to eat a carbohydrate once on a while, make sure you do it after you’ve eaten your protein, veg and fat.

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