You Have Type 2 Diabetes? Make Friends With Beans to
Lower Your Blood Sugar Levels! by Beverleigh H Piepers
including beans in your daily diet:
Stop Blood Sugar Spikes: Beans contain an incredible amount of soluble fiber... a
nutrient that binds to the carbs in your meal. Because the soluble fiber grabs the
carbs you just ate, your body has a harder time absorbing them. This means that
your pancreas can handle the absorbed carbs with ease.
Drops Cholesterol: High cholesterol and diabetes are often found together.
Fortunately, the same soluble fiber that keeps blood sugar levels in check also lowers
LDL (bad) cholesterol. When soluble fiber isn't sticking to carbs, it's grabbing the
cholesterol in your intestine and blocking its re-absorption by your body. The result?
According to a study in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, a 25% reduction in
Combats Appetite: Worried that you won't be able to control yourself when
confronted with the dessert menu? Look no further than a bean-based meal to keep
your appetite in check. Research shows that people who eat one cup of beans per
day are more full and satiated throughout the day.
Lowers Weight: Best of all, beans can help you drop pounds or kilograms. Studies
show that people who eat beans while cutting calories or kilojoules, lose more weight
than those who simply eat less.
Antioxidant Power: When it comes to antioxidants, it seems that "superfoods" like
acai berry gets all the attention. That's unfortunate, because beans like red beans
and black beans actually contain more heart-protecting antioxidants than most fruits.
Eat Beans, Reverse Diabetes:
Many people find it challenging to include beans into their diet. Here are some tips to
make the transition from "bean-less" to "bean-crazy" a seamless one:
Go Canned: While dry beans are dirt cheap, they're fairly high-maintenance. Canned
beans on the other hand are almost instantly ready to go after opening. Be sure to
thoroughly wash them to remove added salt.
Soups: From chili to split bean soup, beans are a natural addition to any soup.
Salads: Instead of adding chicken to that salad, add a few handfuls of beans. You wil
get the protein you're looking for along with the benefits that only beans can provide.
Pasta: Beans go great with whole wheat or veggie-based pasta dishes.
You may not be used to eating beans, but by setting the simple goal of eating two
handfuls per day, you will see tremendous differences in your weight, blood sugar
levels, and cholesterol.
Are you looking for effective ways to manage your type 2 diabetes?
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About The Author
Beverleigh Piepers is a registered nurse who would like to help you understand how
to live easily and happily with your type 2 diabetes.
Despite pharmaceutical companies
and University scientists spending
millions of dollars every year in
cutting edge type 2 diabetes
treatments, an old-school food
surpasses them all: the lowly bean.
That's right, a diet high in legumes is
a must if you're looking to reverse
diabetes. While beans may not get
the press reviews that new type 2
diabetes drugs receive, their ability to
fight and help reverse diabetes rivals
Here's why you should start
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