First let me define “pre diabetes” it’s the gray area between normal blood sugar and diabetic levels, in other words you have some of the symptoms but not all.
So let me throw out some fact at you, do you know that
So you can see how Important it is to eat right and exercise can help you control your blood sugar.
Here are some easy changes to make now:
When you have type 2 Diabetes you need to control the amount of food
that you eat at each meal. So know how much calories and carbohydrates
you’re taking in is key in controlling your blood sugar. A 2004 study of 329
overweight people found that 38% of those who practices portion control
for two years lost 5% or more of body weight, compared with 33% of
participants who did not (they gained 5% or more of body weight).
Eating fibre doesn't increase your blood sugar because it can not be
digested, and that’s good. But even better, it can blunt the impact that
carbohydrates have on blood sugar.The reason is your intestine take a
longer time to digest fibre rich foods which slows the release of glucose
into your bloodstream. A 2000 study show that you should consumer about
eat 25 to 50 grams daily.
When it comes to spacing your meal you should be eating at least 5 to 6
meals in a day to help to control your sugar levels. so when you choose
the right carbohydrates and space evenly throughout the day can keep
blood sugar from rising too high, too fast (90% of the carbohydrate calories
you ingest end up as glucose, so they have a much bigger impact on blood
sugar than fat or protein).
Researchers from the University of Georgia tested 24 common herbs and
spices and discovered that their antioxidants could prevent inflammation
associated with diabetes. Cloves and cinnamon both got high rankings.
Fruits and veggies like oranges, strawberries, and broccoli are the best
sources of C. A study said that people that have high level of vitamin C but
it’s unclear the link between the two.