American Dietetic Association Guide to Eating Right When You by American Dietetic Association (ADA), American Dietetic

By American Dietetic Association (ADA), American Dietetic Association, Maggie Powers

The definitive consultant to consuming good and staying fit with diabetes"Nutrition is pivotal to diabetes care. This ebook is an awesome device for coping with diabetes via sturdy nutrients. it is a advisor you should use each day-a treasure chest of recommendation on how one can consume healthfully."-Richard M. Bergenstal, MD, govt DirectorInternational Diabetes heart, Minneapolis, MinnesotaFrom the yank Dietetic organization comes this authoritative advisor to picking meals to manage your blood sugar and preserve an energetic, fit way of life. It offers the must-know fundamentals of day-by-day diabetes care-from designing a eating plan and fighting low blood glucose degrees to shedding pounds and carbohydrate counting-so you could customize diabetes and nutrients judgements to fit you. you will see how you can deal with blood fats degrees and blood pressure-an very important a part of diabetes care-and achieve useful perception into making fit nutrients offerings and making plans tasty foodstuff. you are going to additionally locate pointers on decreasing sugar and fats in meals; speedy and simple meal rules; and a unique part on prevention of variety 2 diabetes.* specific menu plans for day-by-day caloric degrees of 1,200, 1,500, 1,800, 2,000, and 2,500 energy* comprises fast-food eating place and ethnic nutrition publications* rankings for top, low, and reasonable glycemic index meals

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Choose and prepare foods with less salt. • If you drink alcoholic beverages, do so in moderation. Source: Dietary Guidelines for Americans, 5th edition. United States Department of Agriculture, United States Department of Health and Human Services, 2000. DESIGNING YOUR DIABETES FOOD PLAN Your diabetes food plan is usually based on the foods you like to eat and your preferred daily schedule, as well as your diabetes goals. Keeping a food diary as suggested in chapter 3 is a good place to start.

DESIGNING YOUR FOOD PLAN 45 Your blood glucose checks will guide you in making changes in how your food is distributed throughout a day. Food Groups Using the Diabetes Food Guide Pyramid* Food Group Grains, beans, and starchy vegetables (6 or more servings per day) Fruits (2–4 servings per day) Nonstarchy vegetables (3–5 servings per day) Examples of Food and Serving Size Appropriate for a Person Who Has Diabetes Notes 1 slice of bread 1⁄2 small bagel, English muffin, or pita bread (1 oz) 1⁄2 small hamburger or hot dog bun (1 oz) 1 tortilla, 6-inch 4 to 6 crackers 1⁄2 cup cooked cereal or bulgur 1⁄3 cup cooked rice or pasta 3⁄4 cup dry cereal 1⁄2 cup cooked beans, lentils, peas, or corn 1 small potato 1 cup winter squash 1⁄2 cup sweet potato or yam • Choose whole-grain foods such as whole-grain bread or crackers, tortillas, bran cereal, brown rice, or bulgur.

DESIGNING YOUR DIABETES FOOD PLAN Your diabetes food plan is usually based on the foods you like to eat and your preferred daily schedule, as well as your diabetes goals. Keeping a food diary as suggested in chapter 3 is a good place to start. Keep a food diary for a week, and then review it to understand your typical eating pattern. Your eating pattern will be the foundation for your diabetes food plan. You will establish (1) usual eating times and (2) how much food you will eat at each time. Chapter 6 will help you use blood glucose records to evaluate your food plan and overall diabetes treatment.

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