Book Review: Mayo Clinic Diabetes Diet
Key nutrition recommendations of the Mayo Clinic Diabetes Diet
is associated with insulin resistance and increase risk to type 2 diabetes.
are the best choices.
Eat only what's naturally found in food.
Go for the
. Fiber-rich foods slow the uptake of
, helping to keep blood sugar steady. Soluble fiber helps lower blood cholesterol.
Eating and lifestyle habits
Eat a healthy breakfast.
Eat whole grains, vegetables and fruits.
Eat moderate amount of meat and low-fat dairy.
No snacks, except vegetables and fruits.
No TV while eating. TV time should not exceed exercise time.
Exercise at least 30 minutes every day.
Companion Food Databases for the Mayo Clinic Diabetes Diet
Saturated and Unsaturated Fat in Foods
. 8,000 foods rated for quantity and quality of their fat contents.
Trans Fat Content of Foods
Sugar Content of 12,500 Foods
Dietary Fiber Content of 12,500 Foods
Diabetes Nutrition Software
Glycemic Index and Glycemic Load of Foods