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Deeksha Khare says

YES. That is the only animal based food I would recommend for diabetics. Yolk is nutrient dense, A whole egg contains about 7 grams of protein. Eggs are also an excellent source of potassium, which supports nerve and muscle health. Potassium helps balance sodium levels in the body as well, which improves your cardiovascular health. Eggs have many nutrients, such as lutein and choline. Lutein protects you against disease and choline is thought to improve brain health. Egg yolks contain biotin, which is important for healthy hair, skin, and nails, as well as insulin production. Eggs from chickens that roam on pastures are high in omega-3s, which are beneficial fats for people with diabetes.
YES. That is the only animal based food I would recommend for diabetics. Yolk is nutrient dense, A whole egg contains about 7 grams of protein. Eggs are also an excellent source of potassium, which supports nerve and muscle health. Potassium helps balance sodium levels in the body as well, which improves your cardiovascular health. Eggs have many nutrients, such as lutein and choline. Lutein... (Read More)
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Deeksha Khare says

dry fruits having low glycemic index could be eaten by a diabetic person. Some of the dry fruits with low glycemic index are prunes,dried apples,apricots,dried peaches and dried plums.Use of dried fruits like dates and raisins which have high glycemic index should be limited by a diabetic persons.
dry fruits having low glycemic index could be eaten by a diabetic person. Some of the dry fruits with low glycemic index are prunes,dried apples,apricots,dried peaches and dried plums.Use of dried fruits like dates and raisins which have high glycemic index should be limited by a diabetic persons.
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Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is a hormonal disorder that results in enlarged ovaries andsmall cysts at its edge. In a normal female, there is a balance between female hormones (estrogenand progesterone) and male hormones (testosterone), which is disrupted in PCOS. Thisimbalance of hormones can cause irregular menstruation, acne, excessive hair growth, and obesity. While the exact cause of PCOS is not known, it is seen to be associated with insulin resistance and high levels of circulating insulin. Weight gain and insulin are the contributing factors to polycystic ovarian syndrome. Insulin resistance is a condition that is characterized by an abnormal response of the body cells to insulin, which causes the body to produce more insulin. Hyperinsulinemia (higher levels of insulin) causes the ovaries to produce more testosterone than usual, impairing normal ovulation. Diabetes is a metabolic disorder that is due to insulin deficiency or resistance. Type 2 diabetes mellitus is typically caused due to obesity and insulin resistance, which are causative factors for PCOS as well, and hence people suffering from PCOS are at a higher risk of type 2 diabetes.
Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is a hormonal disorder that results in enlarged ovaries andsmall cysts at its edge. In a normal female, there is a balance between female hormones (estrogenand progesterone) and male hormones (testosterone), which is disrupted in PCOS. Thisimbalance of hormones can cause irregular menstruation, acne, excessive hair growth, and obesity. While the exact cause of... (Read More)
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Deeksha Khare says

Yes it is , If you have pre-diabetes or even diabetes, however, new science shows us that it is reversible through an aggressive approach of lifestyle changes, nutritional support and, occasionally, medications. It is important to diagnose Type 2 diabetes early, but it is often not diagnosed until very late. In fact, all doctors should aggressively diagnose pre-diabetes decades before diabetes occurs and before any damage is done to your body.
Yes it is , If you have pre-diabetes or even diabetes, however, new science shows us that it is reversible through an aggressive approach of lifestyle changes, nutritional support and, occasionally, medications. It is important to diagnose Type 2 diabetes early, but it is often not diagnosed until very late. In fact, all doctors should aggressively diagnose pre-diabetes decades before diabetes... (Read More)
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Deeksha Khare says

This will largely depends on the severity of your type 1 diabetes. However for the majority of cases, type 1 will eventually progress to the point where you would require insulin administration. The reason behind this is because type 1 diabetic has lost the function to produce insulin .The pancreas has been destroyed by autoimmune cells in the body, hence rendering it unable to secret insulin. Without insulin, the body struggles to utilise glucose as energy. As a result of that, it starts breaking down fat. The breakdown in fat generates ketones, which is highly acidic to the body. The body is unable to function in a state of academia. This is life threatening and might lead to death within hours or days if not treated promptly.
This will largely depends on the severity of your type 1 diabetes. However for the majority of cases, type 1 will eventually progress to the point where you would require insulin administration. The reason behind this is because type 1 diabetic has lost the function to produce insulin .The pancreas has been destroyed by autoimmune cells in the body, hence rendering it unable to secret insulin.... (Read More)
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