Common sense is the key to eating right when you have diabetes. You know what got you there in the first place by now, so you know that the reverse is what you need to be eating now. Confirm your suspicions with a qualified person, and then get right into it.
You need a regulation of sugar intake in your diabetes diet. Don’t take the raw types, but the type that is cleverly embedded in your food so that the glucose can get into your blood. That should be safe enough. I do suggest that you pick up the proteins, though.
There are a lot of things that you need to pay attention to once you learn about the diabetic condition after a diagnosis, not the least of which is the diet. What I can tell you about that is that you need to listen to the doctor or dietician. It is not a joke; you simply cannot eat just anything because if your condition cannot handle it, you could kick the bucket for it.
The food you have to be eating when you suffer from diabetes is not exactly bad; it’s just something that you are not used to. What you need to work on is getting your system and your tastes adjusted to it. The sugar simply has to be less, and the proteins more.
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.
A lot of folks dread their diabetes diet because they are being forced to eat what they must and not what they wish. That is what you need to break away from: the tendency to dislike it. Once you can have your mind focus on pleasures instead, you will get by, I assure you.