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Paleo Diet and Type 2 Diabetes

Answered on April 12, 2014
Created March 27, 2014 at 11:00 AM

What effect does Paleo Diet has on Type 2 diabetes? Any specific diet plan is required? or any other any other recommendation?

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on March 27, 2014
at 12:25 PM

+1 Great advice. If diabetics were to follow this approach, they would improve their blood glucose numbers remarkably.

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on April 12, 2014
at 10:10 AM

Regarding he Paleo Diet in Type-2 Diabetes it consists of foods that are very satisfying and sugar balancing. Paleo Diet helps in eliminating grains and sugar. People following Paleo Diet eat fewer calories as compared to other non-followers. Paleo group is more likely to report weight loss as compared to others. Paleo diet helps a lot along with the some of preventive measures for Type-2 Diabetes. The normal diabetes diet consists a little more fiber as compared to Paleo diet. Therefore Paleo diet is more advantageous over others in Type-2 Diabetes.

Effects of Paleo Diet:

1) Paleo Diet helps in increasing glucose tolerance. Glucose Tolerance measures of insulin resistance and diabetes. This is beneficial for treating type-2 diabetes.

2) Paleo Diet helps in to improve glycemic control along with cardiovascular factors for patients with type-2 diabetes.

3) Paleo Diet improves lipid profiles without weight loss.

4) Paleo Diet has more strong and tissue specific concise effect on ectopic lipid deposition in postmenopausal women for Type- 2 Diabetic patient.

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on March 27, 2014
at 11:37 AM

Low carb paleo is probably the best option so you keep insulin low & your blood sugar stable, so plenty of non-starchy veggies drenched in fats of all kinds, a bit of fish/meat, some nuts, cheese if tolerated.

It doesn't sound like much variety but there's plenty of different non-starchy veggies, plenty of different fishes, meats, fats & oils you can use.

Also, don't go too high on protein as excess just gets turned into glucose, which as a diabetic you don't want.

Be157308a0438e382b88d9db4c12ab30

on March 27, 2014
at 12:25 PM

+1 Great advice. If diabetics were to follow this approach, they would improve their blood glucose numbers remarkably.

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