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Garlic: Potent, but effective. Garlic is known as one of the oldest medicines in the world…and with good reason. An animal study that administered high doses of raw garlic to rats for 4 weeks found that it had a profound effect of reducing blood glucose levels, as well as cholesterol and triglycerides compared to rats who did not receive raw garlic (2). They also tested rats with boiled garlic, and saw no changes in blood glucose, so the benefit comes from raw garlic.
Can diabetics eat bananas? Traditionally on the list of foods to avoid with diabetes, it seems that bananas may, in moderation, be a suitable choice. Learn about how bananas can affect your blood sugar and how to get their nutritional benefits while following a healthful diabetes diet. Get some tips on how to incorporate bananas into the diet. Read now
Recommendations for improving blood glucose control are based on the Diabetes Control and Complications Trial (DCCT), a 10-year clinical study of insulin-dependent diabetes sponsored by the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, NIH. The DCCT showed that volunteers who intensively managed their diabetes reduced their risk of eye disease by 76 percent, kidney disease by 50 percent, and nerve disease by 60 percent.
Cut calories. The exact number of calories that people on a diabetes diet should consume depends on a number of factors, including age, gender, current weight, activity level, and body type. A reasonable goal for people with type 2 diabetes is between 1,200 and 1,800 calories per day for women and between 1,400 and 2,000 calories per day for men. Your diabetes educator can help you fine-tune the ideal calorie range to achieve weight loss while managing your blood sugar levels.
What’s critical is not necessarily the cutoff itself, but where someone falls within the ranges listed above. The level of risk of developing type 2 diabetes is closely related to A1c or FPG at diagnosis. Those in the higher ranges (A1c closer to 6.4%, FPG closer to 125 mg/dl) are much more likely to progress to type 2 diabetes, whereas those at lower ranges (A1c closer to 5.7%, FPG closer to 100 mg/dl) are relatively more likely to revert back to normal glucose levels or stay within the prediabetes range. Age of diagnosis and the level of insulin production still occurring at diagnosis also impact the chances of reverting to normoglycemia (normal blood sugar levels).
Hemoglobin A1c is a specific fraction of hemoglobin A found in healthy individuals as well as individuals with diabetes mellitus. It is formed when the N-terminal valine of the beta chain of hemoglobin A is modified by the addition of a sugar moiety. This process is nonenzymatic, so the term glycation is preferred to the term glycosylation, although the latter is commonly used. Once formed, hemoglobin A1c is stable. As a result, the hemoglobin A1c level reflects the average blood glucose level over the course of the red blood cell’s lifespan, roughly 120 days.
Mohanraj, R., & Sivasankar, S. (2014, June). Sweet Potato (Ipomoea batatas [L.] Lam) – a valuable medicinal food: A review. Journal of Medicinal Food, 17(7), 733–741. Retrieved from https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Remya_Mohanraj2/publication/263096030_Sweet_Potato_Ipomoea_batatas_L_Lam_-_A_Valuable_Medicinal_Food_A_Review/links/54ee2b8b0cf2e55866f22c1a.pdf