Carbohydrates, blood sugar and diabetes.

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Normally, when we eat food that contains carbohydrates. The body breaks down carbohydrates into Glucose. Which is blood sugar. When blood sugar levels increase Liver, which produces insulin (The hormone that carries glucose from the blood into the cells) must work harder as well.

For people who do not have diabetes Daily blood sugar levels remain relatively stable. Not much change This is different for people with diabetes. Whose sugar levels are quite variable. and whether the blood sugar level is too high or too low. It can have a negative effect on the body in many ways ทางเข้า UFABET

How is a low-carb diet good for people with diabetes?

Many research studies indicate that Eating a low-carb diet helps people control their diabetes better. One study of subjects with type 2 diabetes who ate a low-carbohydrate diet for 6 months found that they had significantly better control over their diabetes. And for those with type 1 diabetes who control the amount of carbohydrates they receive each day. The blood sugar level is also satisfactory.

Examples of recommended amounts of each type of food.

Berries: no more than 1 cup

natural yoghurt or Greek yogurt: no more than 1 cup

Various nuts: 30-60 grams

Flax seeds or chia seeds : 2 tablespoons

Dark Chocolate (contains at least 85% cocoa) : not more than 30 grams

Pumpkin: no more than 1 cup