A good diabetes diet is what your doctor or dietician says it is. It comes to you courtesy on how badly you suffer from the condition. Don’t go thinking you can take the liberties that another person takes because their own prescriptions may differ. For all you know, they are still in the early stage of the condition, whereas you are close to kicking the bucket.
There must be a lot that you don’t know about diabetes, but that is all good; your doctor is bound to intimate you as time passes on. One thing I just think you need to be aware of in a hurry is that you need to alter your diet to suit the condition. Some foods will only make you sicker if you continue to eat them and others in help you heal. Read up and learn.
One thing about a diabetes diet is vegetables. There is no way you can lay claims on a diabetes diet without a lot of vegetables in it. If it isn’t too much to ask, I’d even suggest that you turned vegan. Afterall, that way you can guarantee that you never again eat the carbohydrates that made you ill up to the point that they’d do it again.
Whoever said that a diabetes diet was a death sentence? Sure you may need to give up some of the old foods you used to eat, but it is only so that your mind can open up to other possibilities. And wow, the possibilities! You’d startle yourself.
Pretty much any type of vegetable you can lay your hands on are ok for your diabetes diet. They are always rich in vitamins, so you know that they are healthy for your body. I suggest you research and find how many different ways you can package your meals so that you can still enjoy it in spite of the sugars you are letting go of.