With the changing lifestyles, we are constantly on the run, ignoring the signs of our body, we keep on doing harm with the packed food; refined sugars and aerated drinks. With this kind of lifestyle, we welcome many diseases and disorders to our body and diabetes is one of them.
In diabetes, the levels of blood glucose are too high and the body fails to produce insulin, the hormone that helps to break down glucose to energy. A study conducted by researchers shows that a low carbohydrate diet can help to maintain the weight thus leading to benefit people from developing diabetes type 2.
Low carb diets have played a vital role in improving cholesterol levels, blood sugar, fat levels, and blood pressure. Here’s a list of diets that can prove useful to keep diabetes away.
1. Normal low carbohydrate Diet also referred to as a carb restricted diet.
Prefer the foods which are low in carbohydrates and intake a higher amount of protein-rich foods like; meats, fish, seeds, eggs, nuts, healthy fats, and vegetables. The recommended levels of carbohydrate intake depend on one’s goals and choices.
2. Ketogenic diet
It also is known as a keto diet in this diet the level is of crabs is kept so low that the body goes into a metabolic state called ketosis. The primary energy of the source of the body gets replaced by the glucose to ketone which is derived from fatty acids.
3. Paleo diet
In this diet dairy products and refined sugars along with grains and legumes are cut off the diet. The diet consists of vegetables, fruits following the ways of our ancestors from the paleolithic era.
4. Akins diet
In this diet high-carb foods are reduced, high proteins and fats are consumed
5. Mediterranean diet
This diet involves the food cooked in extra virgin olive oil and contains red meat, more fatty fish and low crabs.