We should all eat like diabetics. To create energy effectively, cells need a continuous flow of blood glucose.
Uneven eating habits, including missing meals and eating a lot at evening because you're hungry, raise diabetes risk.
You don't need to cut out carbohydrates totally while "eating like you have diabetes."
Misconception: cutting carbohydrates. Fiber-rich carbs are best. Every meal should include protein.
Include protein, fat, and carbohydrates. The three macronutrients, including fibre, decrease sugar absorption and induce satiety.
Newton's First Law? A body at rest stays at rest until acted upon. You must start moving and stay moving to form a habit.
Small, repetitive activities have big benefits. Habits enable lasting transformation.
After eating, stand up. It indicates to your brain that the meal is over. Standing up begins digestion and tells cells to acquire blood sugar. Also, walk after every meal.
Two minutes of walking after a meal may lower blood sugar compared to sitting or lying down.
Before meals, drink water. It may satiate appetite and prevent overeating. Overeating may also affect blood sugar. A macronutrient overdose may be harmful.