Although your diabetes diet has got to be rich in all kinds of vegetables, there are some known to contain a lot of starch. You want to steer clear of those ones because they are pretty much the same as the carbohydrates you are trying to stop liking. Ok?
The quicker you understand your limitations as a diabetic, the sooner you can adjust to the new lifestyle you need to adjust to. First and foremost, you need to begin taking the treatment and medications given you, then secondly, you need to take on the new improved ‘diabetes diet.’
Foods that can cause you problems with your diabetes, you should lay off. Instead eat proteins that will help you heal faster, and vitamins that help to build your health back. Lean meats and vegetables it is; little else.
Blood sugar control is what the physician is trying to do when they ask you to cut back on your sweet and high calorie foods. It is in your own best interest to cooperate with them all the way, afterall, it is your life they are trying to save.
There are few proteinous foods that are a problem in a diabetes diet. As a matter of fact, I don’t personally know any, but don’t take my word for it. Speak with a dietician and get their opinion about it. Your health does depend on it.
In a diabetes diet, you have your life virtually cut out for you… and your eating too. But it really isn’t such a bad thing. Afterall, you can still get used to the new diet, and even get to love it. Don’t hate the food before you have gotten a chance to know it.