Physical activity and weight loss are the most important elements in the process of monitoring blood sugar levels. Physical education will help you lose weight, as well as improve sensitivity to insulin, even if you do not lose weight. Choosing the right diet plan can help in controlling Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus as given below.
Fiber found in complex carbohydrates (whole grains, beans, nuts, potatoes), as well as in fruits and vegetables is an important element of your diet.
Proteins should enter your body, mainly from elements of plant origin, as well as products of animal origin, especially fish.
Cut out all the fatty parts from the meat and remove the skin from the poultry when cooking.
Prefer fish, include it in the diet at least 2-3 times a week. Limit the consumption of eggs to 2 per week.
Avoid eating fruit separately from basic meals, so as not to increase the glucose level in the blood.
The food should be regular. You must eat 3 times a day, at the same time, and also once or twice extra, if necessary.
Fats that enter your body must be mostly mono- and polyunsaturated.
Cook your dishes “on the grill, in the oven, stew in a saucepan, steamed”, but do not fry.