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Type 2 Diabetes – Reasons to Include Bananas in Your Diabetic Eating Plan

Have you been on a banana-free diet since you received your Type 2 diabetes diagnosis? It’s no secret bananas do contain a decent dose of sugar. With over 20 carbs per serving and more than half of those coming from sugar, it would seem obvious these would not be a good choice for a Type 2 diabetic looking to control their blood sugar spikes. But this isn’t quite the case. First, remember the sugar found in bananas is fruit sugar or fructose, which is a natural sugar that won’t spike your blood sugar quite as much as table sugar. Furthermore, bananas offer many benefits – so many you can’t ignore them. Here are a few reasons why Type 2 diabetics should not avoid eating bananas…

The More Unusual Symptoms Of Undiagnosed Type 2 Diabetes

Sometimes it’s those pesky repetitive symptoms, that might be the clue as to whether your blood sugar has gone haywire. If you eat a diet high in carbohydrate, such as bread, pasta, rice, potatoes or pre-packaged food, as the main part of your diet, nearly everyday, at every meal, you are likely driving your blood sugar high on a daily basis.

Type 2 Diabetes – Little Changes That Can Make a Big Difference to Your Blood Sugar and Body Weight

In your quest for better health, you may need all of the help you can get. It’s not a coincidence most adults struggle with their well-being. We live in a time where it’s easy to become complacent with what matters the most. We give in to temptations. We submit to laziness. Ultimately, unless a cataclysmic event inspiring the necessary change occurs, we tend to resume our indiscretions.

Type 2 Diabetes – A New Technique for Predicting Brain Function Issues in Diabetics

One complication of Type 2 diabetes, fortunately, rare but still a problem is impairment of brain function. Investigators at King’s College London and several other British research centers examined the blood vessels in the eyes of people diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes to learn whether damage to those vessels could predict which people are in danger of brain impairment.

Type 2 Diabetes – How High Fiber and Low Starch Diets Work to Slow Down the Absorption of Sugar

High fiber, low starch diets are often one of the healthy eating plans recommended for preventing and controlling blood sugar levels and Type 2 diabetes. Fiber helps slow down the absorption of sugar; starch is broken down into sugar. But that’s not the only answer. In January 2016, the Journal of Nutrition reports on a study from Harvard Medical School in Boston in the United States.

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