Nutrition

What diet for diabetes?

Sugar or not sugar? Are foods forbidden? Between misconceptions and those that are outdated, many patients are lost on the "diet" to apply in case of diabetes. For diabetics, eating healthy and balanced is essential!

To be in good health, it is important to follow some dietary rules, this applies to everyone, but especially for people with diabetes because the balance of their disease depends on it.

In the first place, it is important to ensure a balanced diet in the long run as it plays a major role in the prevention of type 2 diabetes, and then helps to slow the progression of the disease when it is proven, but also to prevent the appearance of complications.

But then, how to eat in case of diabetes? Which foods should be favored or avoided when one is diabetic?

This folder gives you the practical dietary information you need on a daily basis, starting with understanding what is the glycemic index, a data often mentioned in nutrition but which sometimes remains vague in practice.

Then discover the practical tips of Dr. Boris Hansel, diabetologist, and the testimony of Marie-Claude, diabetic, who talks about his diet.

To discover: more than 50 recipes for diabetics!

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Read also :

> All about diabetes
> Diabetes in women: what peculiarities?
> Our advice for healthy and balanced eating

Author: Hélène Hodac.
Expert Consultant: Dr. Boris Hansel *, Diabetologist, Nutrition and Cardiovascular Specialist.
Last update: January 2018, by Dr. Iléana de LAMETH, endocrinologist, diabetologist and nutritionist.

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