Good Carbs Vs. Bad Carbs Infographic. This photo exposes you to the different types of carbs (simple and complex) and informs you that carbs are good- if you eat the right ones! Complex carbs (ex.rice, grains, etc) are better for you because they provide energy, makes you fuller with fewer calories, theyre high in nutrients, and they boost your metabolism. The other carbs, simple carbs, do the opposite. They make you hungrier for more, have few nutrients, make you tired, etc.
More Type 1 Diabetes Info: Because we are still spending a lot of time clarifying misinformation with family, friends, and the vast general public. (Repeat with me: Will has type one... type ONE... not type two... type one!)
One key to beating type II diabetes is to lose weight. It's actually all the fat on your body that is causing you to be diabetic, so getting rid of it can literally cure you if you are type II. Even a loss of as little as 20 pounds can have a profound impact on your health. Diabetics have to watch their carbohydrate intake, and bread is a major player in a typical American's diet. Try to... FULL ARTICLE…
Maintaining low blood sugar levels can be difficult for diabetic patients. While a low carb diet appears to be useful on the whole, there are also many foods shown to help. Either by lowering blood sugars and/or improving insulin sensitivity. For more information on each food, visit http://www.dietvsdisease.org/foods-lower-blood-sugars-diabetics/
Check out the difference between the two main types of #diabetes—Type 1 and Type 2. 8.3% of the U.S. population has diabetes and the numbers will continue to rise. Therefore, it is important that we support diabetes awareness. Repin this to support diabetes awareness and help inform someone who may not have diabetes.
Three Neuropathy-Friendly Exercises to Try. Swimming; or simply treading water or aerobics class. Tai Chi; No repetitive impact on feet. Encourages de-stressing & mindfulness. Cardio Machines. by Ginger Vieira. found on diabeticconnect.com