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Manvendra Singh Singh   
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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.

Diabetes can be controlled at your own level with the help of the three pillars that are exercise, diet and medication. As it can be controlled but not cured completely. Uncontrolled diabetes will lead to the long term complication like kidney diseases, eye problems. If your diabetes is in control you can live your life as happy life. try to take medication on time and the amount of the calorie for a day. Exercise will help in controlling the blood sugar level.

If diabetes has progressed to an advanced stage and the person is either using insulin or taking regular medications, then proactively being aware of your sugar levels is imperative which becomes easier with regular monitoring by using a Glucometer. Further, maintaining a healthy lifestyle, eating a nutritious diet free from any sugar content is even more essential and in fact has proven tremendously beneficial for improving the results of insulin as well as medications.

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.

Unlike ripe jackfruit, raw jackfruit is great for diabetes. Clinical trials conducted at Sydney University's Glycemic Index Research Service (SUGiRS) have found that raw jackfruit has a much lower glycemic load (increase in sugar/blood glucose level) than rice and wheat.

Human insulin is a type of insulin that is grown synthetically in the laboratory and mimics the working of insulin in humans. It is synthesized in laboratories by growing insulin proteins with E-coli bacteria. There are 3 types of human insulin: Short-acting: It is also known as Regular insulin. Some of the examples are Actrapid, Insuman Rapid, Humulin S, etc. · Intermediate-acting: Also known as NPH insulin and is a suspension. Examples are Insuman basal, Insulatard, Humulin I, etc. · Premixed: Examples are Insuman Comb 15, 25 and 50 and Humulin M2, M3 and M5 The benefit of human insulin is that it is not very costly. Human insulin has side-effects like weight gain, fatigue and lack of hypo awareness. Extensive research is not available regarding itsbenefits and disadvantages and hence the exact result is not clear.

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.

Diabetes can be controlled at your own level with the help of the three pillars that are exercise, diet and medication. As it can be controlled but not cured completely. Uncontrolled diabetes will lead to the long term complication like kidney diseases, eye problems. If your diabetes is in control you can live your life as happy life. try to take medication on time and the amount of the calorie for a day. Exercise will help in controlling the blood sugar level.

If diabetes has progressed to an advanced stage and the person is either using insulin or taking regular medications, then proactively being aware of your sugar levels is imperative which becomes easier with regular monitoring by using a Glucometer. Further, maintaining a healthy lifestyle, eating a nutritious diet free from any sugar content is even more essential and in fact has proven tremendously beneficial for improving the results of insulin as well as medications.

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.

Unlike ripe jackfruit, raw jackfruit is great for diabetes. Clinical trials conducted at Sydney University's Glycemic Index Research Service (SUGiRS) have found that raw jackfruit has a much lower glycemic load (increase in sugar/blood glucose level) than rice and wheat.

Human insulin is a type of insulin that is grown synthetically in the laboratory and mimics the working of insulin in humans. It is synthesized in laboratories by growing insulin proteins with E-coli bacteria. There are 3 types of human insulin: Short-acting: It is also known as Regular insulin. Some of the examples are Actrapid, Insuman Rapid, Humulin S, etc. · Intermediate-acting: Also known as NPH insulin and is a suspension. Examples are Insuman basal, Insulatard, Humulin I, etc. · Premixed: Examples are Insuman Comb 15, 25 and 50 and Humulin M2, M3 and M5 The benefit of human insulin is that it is not very costly. Human insulin has side-effects like weight gain, fatigue and lack of hypo awareness. Extensive research is not available regarding itsbenefits and disadvantages and hence the exact result is not clear.