Perhaps you have been diagnosed with pre-diabetes, diabetes, insulin resistance, or high blood glucose (high blood sugar). Naturally, this can be a very scary thing to most people. But don’t panic! Research shows you can reduce the risks of diabetes through:
Consistent work with a Registered Dietitian is a proven way to make these objectives a reality. However, there is no one-size-fits-all approach when managing diabetes. This also applies when creating diabetic diet plans. By working together, we’ll understand your body’s unique needs, while addressing your individual concerns.
Many people are unsure of what to eat, when to eat, and what the correct portions of food are. When it comes to managing diabetest, its difficult telling good foods from bad. And just a disclosure, our goal isn’t to teach you that food is either “good” or “bad.” Far from it! We’re here to help you reduce the risks associated with diabetes through diabetic diet planning. Managing what to eat and what to avoid is simply part of the process.
Diabetes affects the body’s ability to make or utilize insulin. Consequently, this leads to high blood glucose (sugar) in the blood. Maintaining a healthy blood sugar level is key to managing prediabetes/diabetes. When it comes to prediabetes, there are no clear symptoms. For instance, you may have prediabetes yet not know it! This is important to keep in mind because:
Nutrition therapy provides more benefits beyond controlling blood sugar levels. According to the Institute of Medicine (IOM), medical nutrition therapy can not only improve clinical outcomes, but also decrease the cost to Medicare. Therefore, managing diabetes in its ealiest stages protects both your health AND finances.
Through effective diabetic diet planning, we can help you learn how to get the nutrients you need. Ready to get started?
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