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Gluco Type 2 Review

by Jency William (2019-04-02)

Another way to add sweets into your diet Gluco Type 2 is to substitute them for other carbohydrates in a meal. If you were planning on having a tuna salad sandwich for lunch instead of having the bread try eating the tuna on its own and use the saved carbohydrates on a cookie or two (depending on size and serving information). This can be done with many different variations, but should be done in moderation - your body really will function better on those two pieces of whole wheat bread than it will on two chocolate chip cookies. Speak with your dietician too. A dietician is full of ideas and suggestion on how to improve your diabetic diet. He or she may have suggestions on snacks or meals that you would not have considered to be sweet but can certainly satisfy your sweet tooth. Such as eating a banana to satisfy a chocolate craving. As time goes on you will begin to appreciate the natural sweet things in life too - such as a juicy apple or a fresh orange. Eating is one of life's great pleasures that doesn't have to change because you've received a diagnosis of Type 2 diabetes. You will have to think about what goes into your mouth a little more than most people, but your blood sugar levels and body weight will be healthier for it. As you begin making positive changes to your diabetic meal plan, it's important to keep in mind the fact at times, you can get too much of a good thing. There are foods considered to be very healthy, but if you eat too much of them, they could do more harm than good.