A Diabetic’s Dinner

SO WHAT SHOULD BE ON A DIABETIC’S PLATE FOR DINNER?  There have been many studies supporting the idea that a good, healthy breakfast (NOT oatmeal, NOT Cheerios, NOT yogurt; rather high fiber >8 grams or protein based like real peanut butter or veg-a-fed eggs) helps to lower caloric intake throughout the rest of the day and help us maintain a steady weight.  The evening meal has recently been getting some more notoriety, finding that whole grains with higher levels of soluble fiber help to increase a compound called butyrate in the colon.  This process is believed to control our appetite and metabolism and blood sugar regulation in the morning, thus helping us make better choices for breakfast…A nice circle, or a vicious circle, if you happened to skip breakfast and eat McDonalds for dinner (which seems to be all too common in diabetics I’ve come across). Read More…

 

For more than a decade, Dr. Bogash has stayed current with the medical literature as it relates to physiology, disease prevention and disease management. He uses his knowledge to educate patients, the community and cyberspace on the best way to avoid and / or manage chronic diseases using lifestyle and targeted supplementation.







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