It also has a great ring to it! I took an average size GS-85Blood Sugar Review plate, (please note average), and divided into half, (in my mind). In the first half I have green leafy vegetables that grow above ground. They are low in sodium salt and high in potassium and are a reasonable source of fiber. I then divided the other plate half into two and in one section I had protein, the other section complex carbohydrates.
How much protein do adults need? Not much! Adults need no more than 120-220 grams/4-7 ounces per day. So if you have protein for breakfast and dinner, you would need to divide that amount between the two meals. Complex carbohydrates, all plant products other than green leafy vegetables are carbohydrate foods. These include both starches, found in grain products, starchy vegetables and legumes (beans), and simple sugars like fructose, glucose and sucrose found in fruits.
That’s where I started … so go rate your plate. It’s a good start and it’s not complicated. Weight loss and improved blood glucose levels will happen. You can do this. Take the first step to beat Type 2 diabetes. The deficiency of insulin – A major factor which promotes movement of glucose into certain cells and as well stimulate formation of glycogen from glucose results in a condition called Diabetes mellitus. This deficiency disturbs carbohydrates, protein and fat metabolism. Insulin is a major factor required for the diffusion of glucose into adipose and muscle cells decreases thus in diabetes. The resulting effect of this is hyperglycemia -A condition in which the concentration of blood sugar rises