3 Foods to Avoid if You Have Type 2 Diabetes

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Did you know that some “safe” foods might be making your type 2 diabetes even worse?!

You know to stay away from sweets,if you have type 2 diabetes but some so-called “healthy” alternatives could be hijacking your blood sugar.

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Keep these blood sugar-boosters off the menu to maximize your energy level:

Fruit Smoothies

You’ve been told your whole lives to eat your fruits and veggies, but here’s what they didn’t tell you…

Many smoothies contain as much sugar as three cans of soda

…especially fast-food and restaurant smoothies.

So how can you get the necessary vitamins and fiber while avoiding blood sugar spikes?

The solution: make smoothies yourself.

Just make sure to stay away from super-sugary fruits like bananas and peaches.type 2 diabetes

Try these instead:

  • Apples
  • Blueberries
  • Strawberries

 

  1. Potatoes

I know what you’re thinking:

“What could go wrong with a food that’s fat-free, cholesterol-free, and full of fiber and vitamins?”

The problem with starchy foods, like potatoes, is that they’re digested into the bloodstream lightning-quick and can trigger sharp insulin spikes.

Don’t scrap your spuds just yet, though. The key to a diabetes-friendly potato is in the preparation and portion size.

Preparation tips:

  • Cook them with a healthy fat, like olive oil
  • Add leafy greens or vegetables
  • Chill the potato or add lemon juice to slow digestion

As for portion size, stick to about 1/2 cup of mashed potatoes or a computer mouse sized baked potato.

 

  1. White rice

In the diabetes world, white flour is like sugar’s evil minion.

Combine this with all the frying and processing involved with cooking flour, and your bloodstream is about to become a war-zone.

In fact, regularly eating white rice significantly increases your risk for Type 2 Diabetes. The risk increases 11% for each additional daily serving.

Thankfully, there is another option: brown rice.

Whole grains have fiber, which slows the rush of glucose into the bloodstream. Two servings of brown rice per week can actually lower your risk of diabetes, and help keep your blood sugar in check.

 

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2 Comments on "3 Foods to Avoid if You Have Type 2 Diabetes"

  1. Thank you, Medical Munch! I didn’t realize that bananas weren’t good for everyone. And peaches.. White rice, yes, gluggy and refined. The fast food companies seem to sugarize everything they sell. Also, the multi-national corps work on flavor at the expense of our health. It’s practically criminal what the big companies do to our ‘food.’ We’ve started growing a lot of our fruit and vegetables, now, here in New Zealand. Thanks for a fabulous, informative blog. Great guidance for Type 2 diabetics. GD.
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    • Hi Geoff thanks for your comment. I agree with you totally about the big companies. I’ve started using the app “food smart” which tells you exactly how much sugar, fat and salt are in your everyday items and I’m amazed and appalled about how much s**t is in our food!! All the best with growing your own fruit and veg! Great idea

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