Lakhs of people are suffering from diabetes in our country. Day by day their number is increasing but not decreasing. Diabetes has become a major health problem not only in our country but also in the world. Diabetes is high blood sugar levels. Blood sugar levels rise due to insulin resistance in the body. Blood glucose levels rise due to the body’s inability to properly utilize the sugar in food. So diabetes should be prevented before it occurs. After coming, you should stop eating certain types of food. Two types of foods in particular increase diabetes. By keeping them away, blood glucose levels are balanced. It also does not cause any diabetes side effects.
Pizzas, burgers, sandwiches, hot dogs… all these contain processed meat. used This meat is high in nitrates and saturated fats. They harm the body. Especially increase the chance of diabetes. People with diabetes should avoid such foods. Compounds in processed meat increase oxidative stress and inflammation in the body. This increases the insulin resistance in the body. Diabetes cannot be controlled, so stop eating such things.
Avoid foods that are deep fried in oil. Packaged foods fall under the list of processed foods. Cakes, biscuits, pastries, sugary dishes and cool drinks also come under the list of fried foods. So eat such things should be reduced. People with diabetes should avoid it completely. When these enter the body, they remove healthy fiber and micronutrients. It also increases appetite. Does not keep glucose under control. They are very harmful to the good bacteria in the stomach. So consuming such foods increases the risk of diabetes.
What should be eaten?
Those who do not have diabetes should eat some healthy foods to prevent it from occurring in the future. People with diabetes should eat these foods to keep it under control. Mushrooms, broccoli, lettuce, fish, chicken, tofu, eggs, yogurt, pulses should be eaten in abundance. Junk food should be completely avoided.
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