||Are you aware of what foods you should consume, what levels of working out you should do and even what adequate rest is for someone who suffers from diabetes? Read this article to find out how you can adapt your daily life to stay in control of your condition.
The glycemic index is a number that reflects how much effect different foods have on your blood sugar level. Don't forget: Lower GI numbers mean that the food is better for someone with diabetes.
Checking out international foods is an excellent way of finding new recipes that you'll actually enjoy eating, even though they're good for you and your Diabetes. I'd highly recommend trying Tabouleh, a Middle Eastern dish made with herbs, onions, lemon juice, and bulgur. It's extremely good mixed with hummus and served on a pita!
Drinking water is important for everyone, but is especially so for diabetics. There is a reason that most diabetics drink like a fish before they are diagnosed and begin treatment! Keep your water intake high to help you keep your weight down and your hydration up, especially if you exercise.