Benefits Of Raw Food Diet

Benefits Of Raw Food Diet

When you hate getting up from the bed, it’s a good idea to opt for raw fruits and vegetables to munch on, that is altogether not harmful to diabetic patients. You can choose from a wide variety of foods and follow a proper diet plan that allows you to keep a check on the calorific value of what you eat during the day, per meal.

 

And for that, you need to be well aware of what should be consumed in this season.

 

Here are a few tips for a diabetes diet that will prove helpful in controlling blood sugar levels.

 

There are three deviations of raw food diets that include vegetarian, vegan and raw family food diets:

 

• Vegan raw food diets focus exclusively on fruits, vegetables, grains, nuts and seeds. There are no animal products consumed by people.

 

• Vegetarian raw food diet consists primarily of plant foods, but also includes dairy, eggs and honey.

 

• Raw meat diets focus on consuming animal products that can safely be eaten raw, such as muscle meat, raw dairy and also fruits, vegetables, nuts, and seeds, but not grains.

 

Pomegranates

Pomegranate seeds are rich sources of antioxidants and can help fight diabetes a great deal. You can have one fruit a day, which has 105 calories and 26 grams of carbohydrates. It should be consumed with seeds for better benefits.

 

Berries

Berries, loaded with fibre and vitamins, help you control blood sugar and prevent unwanted weight gain in winters. In addition, they have Vitamin E and adequate amounts of liquid that saves you from dehydration.

 

Guava

Most diabetics also have the problem of constipation, and guava, which is rich in fibre, works well for them. Consuming it without skin reduces the sugar absorption in the blood.

 

Grapes

Grapes are best effective when eaten on an empty stomach. They contain potassium and fibre, which makes them very nutritious. 

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