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There are hundreds, even thousands, of commercial diets that claim to burn fat and accelerate weight loss.  The diabetes diet isn’t a typical “diet”, rather a sensible eating plan that results in weight loss and lower blood sugar.

A diabetes meal plan consists of regular meals that include  healthy, nutritious foods while avoiding the foods that are high in fat, calories, diabprocessed ingredients and sugar.  Perhaps most important is the inclusion of lean proteins, whole grains and fresh fruits and vegetables.

Eating a healthy diet provides many benefits for your body.  In addition to providing a steady supply of nutrition vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, a healthy diet limits fat, calories and lowers blood sugar levels; this reduces the risk of weight gain, heart disease, metabolic syndrome, and diabetes.

Type 2 diabetics, or those diagnosed as prediabetic, can often reduce or reverse their health diagnosis by following a healthy diet to lose weight, burn fat, lower blood glucose, and decrease insulin resistance.

Fat Burning and Blood Sugar Lowering Foods to Include in Your Diet

Complex Carbohydrates

A diet of whole grains, fresh whole fruit, vegetables and low-fat dairy provide sources of slow-burning, long-lasting energy that has little impact on blood sugar levels.   Avoid simple sugars, including sugars and processed “white” foods, as they are quickly broken down and absorbed into the bloodstream – drastically increasing blood glucose levels.

High Fiber Foods

dia2Foods high in fiber act as a “scrubber” for your digestive tract and arteries.  Fiber includes natural sources of plants that cannot be absorbed by the body, As it moves through the digestive system, fiber assists in removing cholesterol and excess fat, while also lowering blood sugar levels.  High fiber sources of food include oatmeal, nuts, seeds, fruits and vegetables.

Healthy Sources of Protein

Protein builds muscle, but sources of protein are often high in fat and cholesterol.  Healthy sources of protein, including fresh fish like shrimp, tuna and cod are low in saturated fat and cholesterol and high in protein.  Other fish, like salmon provide heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids in addition to protein.

High quality, all natural protein powders, mixed with water, milk, and or fruit, are also an effective way to provide the body with protein while avoiding fat and excess calories.

TAKE THE THOUGHT OUT OF HEALTHY MEAL PLANNING – THE ONE DAY DIET MEAL PLAN SHOWS YOU EXACTLY WHAT FOODS TO EAT, HOW MUCH TO EAT, MEAL BY MEAL!

 

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