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What‘s The Best Diet for Type 2 Diabetes?This Is How You Know What Works For You! Type 2 Diabetes #6

What‘s The Best Diet for Type 2 Diabetes?This Is How You Know What Works For You! Type 2 Diabetes #6

What‘s The Best Diet for Type 2 Diabetes?This Is How You Know What Works For You!

I’ve received a lot of questions about the best diet for type 2 diabetes. But you need to understand that diabetes itself is not a yes or no disease. It’s is a progresive multifactorial condition,where high blood sugar is just a result of all the mess that’s going on in your body. So, depending on which stage you are at, some things might work for you or not.

When someone asks me what’s the best diet for type 2 diabetes, I will ask you: Where are you in Diabetes timeline. If you are someone whose beta cells are still ok, they are producing enough insulin, maybe just reducing the amount of food you’re eating or adding some exercise to improve your insulin sensitivity, will be enough for you. But for someone else, maybe that’s not enough, because you don’t have enough insulin production. So for you, maybe a low carb diet will work better. Because you don’t want to bring even more stress to your pancreas with all these carbohydrates, that change quickly to glucose. So for you, maybe a ketogenic diet or a low carb diet or something like that might work better. But for someone who is at the end, with no beta cells, no insulin, just diet won’t work. You probably need to take insulin. So at the end of the day, when you are making a diet plan for patients with type 2 diabetes, it has to be according to the patients. That’s why every endocrinologist will teach their patients how to manage their diabetes.

That’s why you need to measure your blood sugar if you have diabetes. Well even if you don’t have diabetes. If you are at risk for type 2 diabetes. . Start measuring your blood sugar. For example, if you want to know if you can still eat rice… before you eat, you measure your blood sugar, and it’s 100. After one hour, it goes to 300. And then after two hours, maybe 150. So do you think this is good for you? No, but let’s say you changed half of the rice with vegetables, and then you measure your blood sugar, on another day. 100, and after eating, 150. After two hours,120. Which one do you think works for you? I don’t need to tell you which one works for you. You know!

Disclaimer:
Dr. Vladmir Carvalho is a real Doctor. He graduated from medical school in 2012 (Bachelor’s) and 2015 (Master’s). Now he is completing his final year as a PhD candidate in the department of endocrinology, Southeast University.
However, the information provided on this channel is general in nature and intended for educational purposes only. It does not replace the advice given by your doctor or any other health care professional.

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