Nutrition Therapy of Diabetes

Ketogenic diets may help to reduce blood sugar levels. As such, some people with type 2 diabetes following a ketogenic diet may be able to reduce their medication. However, those following the ketogenic diet, as well as an insulin regimen, may be more at risk of developing hypoglycaemia.
Doctors, dietitians, and nutritionists may suggest we eat a good balance of macronutrients and micronutrients. Macronutrients include: Carbohydrates, Proteins and Fats .Macronutrients make up the largest portion of the foods we consume, and though we all need them they are especially important if we try to put on muscle or weight, or engage in vigorous activities
Micronutrients like:  Vitamins, minerals, Organic acids,  phytochemicals. In contrast to fats, proteins, and carbs, micronutrients are substances we need in very small amounts, yet without adequate micronutrients we are vulnerable to body malfunctions, and disease.

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