Sunday, May 12, 2019

Type 2 diabetes: Best bread to eat if you want to lower your blood sugar

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TYPE 2 diabetes is a condition that causes a person’s blood sugar (glucose) levels to become too high, and left untreated, more serious and sometimes life-threatening problems can occur. Diet can play a big part in controlling blood sugar, but when it comes to bread, which is best?

Type 2 diabetes is a common condition that can trigger symptoms such as needing to pee more than usual, feeling thirsty all the time and feeling very tired. But because these symptoms don’t necessarily make you feel unwell, the condition can be difficult to identify. If you experience these symptoms or unexplained weight loss, itching around the penis or vagina and blurred vision you should see your GP. Type 2 diabetes complications that occur if the condition is left untreated include problems with the nerves, kidneys, eyes, feet, and heart attack and stroke. When it comes to managing your blood sugar level, whether you have the condition or not, it’s important to eat a healthy diet.

Sugar, fat and salt should be kept to a minimum and your should also make sure not to skip meals and eat breakfast, lunch and dinner every day.When it comes to one of the staples of many people’s diet, bread, which is best for blood sugar levels?

Many breads are high in carbohydrates which can quickly raise blood sugar levels.But, pumpernickel bread and 100 per cent stone-ground whole wheat breads have low GI scores.GI stands for glycemic index and is a relative ranking of carbohydrate in foods according to how they affect blood glucose levels.

Pumpernickel and stone-ground whole wheat breads have lower GI scores than regular whole wheat bread because the ingredients go through less processing.

During processing the fibrous outer shells of grains and cereals is removed.

Fibre slows digestion and helps to stabilise blood sugar levels.

A 2014 study found spelt and rye bread used low initial glycemic responses in rats. 

Diabetes UK also advises: “Choosing wholegrain options makes sense. They are high in fire, keep you feeling fuller for longer than refined carbohydrates and take longer for the body to break down so blood glucose levels do not ‘spike’ then drop rapidly.”

But if pumpernickel bread doesn’t whet your appetite, wholegrain, granary, spelt and rye bread are also recommended.

Other carbohydrates you should opt for include wholewheat or brown pasta and noodles, basmati or wild rice, porridge oats or muesli, and quinoa, burger wheat, couscous or yam.
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Thursday, May 2, 2019

3rd Annual Congress on Diabetes and Its Complications

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On behalf of the organizing and Advisory Committee, we take great pleasure in welcoming Professors, CEO’S, Directors, Surgeons, and Physicians, Research scholars, Nurses, Ph. D Students, Medical practitioners and experts of application fields to Tokyo, Japan for the 3rd Annual Congress on Diabetes and Its Complications ( Diabetes Congress 2019) Conference which is going to be held on December 04-05, 2019 to foster the progress in the field by contributing with your expertise to what promises to be a very comprehensive and exciting meeting, and to enjoy the immense unique artistic heritage and wonderful landscape of Tokyo, Japan.

Why to attend?
Diabetes Congress 2019 highlights the theme “Current Trends & Advancements in Diabetes Research for Better Healthcare System” Which emphasis on the latest advancements in prevention and treatment cure of various metabolic diseases which may be due to diabetic and endocrine complications and provides robust discussions on methods and strategies related to diagnosis, prevention and management of metabolic disorders as well as explore new ideas and concepts for treatment of Endocrine Complications..

Target Audience:
Nurse educator
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