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Diabetes Help-90 Essential Nutrients To Control Glucose Levels

*Ebook's Content Comprised From Dr. Wallachs Youngevity Site With


Input From Dr. Axe And Healthline

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90 For Life - Essential Nutrients For Health Calcium, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Potassium, Sodium, Chloride, Sulfur, Cobalt, Copper, Aluminum, Arsenic, Barium, Beryllium, Boron, Bromine, Carbon, Iodine, Iron, Manganese, Selenium, Zinc, Cerium, Cesium, Chromium, Dysprosium, Erbium, Europium, Gadolinium, Gallium, Germanium, Gold, Hafnium, Holmium, Hydrogen, Lanthanum, Lithium, Lutetium, Molybdenum, Neodymium, Nickel, Niobium, Nitrogen, Oxygen, Praseodymium, Rhenium, Rubidium, Samarium, Scandium, Silica, Silver, Strontium, Tantalum, Terbium, Thulium, Tin, Titanium, Vanadium, Ytterbium, Yttrium, Zirconium

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The 50 Best Low-Carb Foods, Plus Recipe Ideas & Tips

While low-carb diets have been shown to have many bene ts, especially for those who can a ord to kick a sugar habit or lose weight in order to improve their health, many are hesitant to try this way of eating out of fear of giving up many delicious foods.

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The 50 Best Low-Carb Foods, Plus Recipe Ideas & Tips Rest assured that when following a healthy low carb diet, it’s still possible to keep enjoying all sorts of awesome recipes. Low-carb recipes include everything from crockpot chicken and veggies to grass-fed burgers. And what about low-carb breakfasts or travel-friendly snacks? These can include green smoothies or protein shakes, low-carb desserts made from things like coconut or almond our, 1–2 cage-free hard-boiled eggs, or newer varieties of grass-fed beef jerky, for example. While eating a low carbohydrate diet might not be the “magic bullet” to lasting weight loss for every person, it’s very helpful for most people to cut back on added sources of sugar and carbs. Even if you only plan to reduce your sugar and carb intake for a period of time, perhaps to break a sugar addiction or kickstart a healthier way of eating that includes less processed foods, you’re likely to experience benefits relatively fast. Removing foods such as bread, cereals, sweetened drinks, processed dairy and even whole grains or starchy veggies from your diet will result in you releasing less insulin. This helps to balance blood sugar levels, reduce cravings and fatigue, speed up weight loss, leave you feeling more clearheaded (at least after you initially get used to the change) and even reduces your risk for things like heart disease and diabetes. Replacing carb-heavy foods in your diet with low-carb foods like nonstarchy veggies, healthy fats and high-quality proteins takes these bene ts a step further: reducing hunger, making you feel satis ed and possibly even reversing certain nutrient deficiencies.

What Qualifies as “Low Carb”?

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The 50 Best Low-Carb Foods, Plus Recipe Ideas & Tips A diet that’s “low carb” can mean di erent things for di erent people. Generally speaking, however, what qualifies as a low-carb diet is one where you’re getting only around 20–30 percent (or sometimes much less) of your daily calories from sources of carbohydrates — such as added sugar, grains, fruit or starchy veggies. This usually results in about 50–100 grams of carbs or less. In some cases, for example if someone is following a ketogenic diet, they may choose to eat even less carbohydrates, only around 20–50 grams daily in order to “enter into ketosis” (the state of burning fat for fuel instead of glucose/carbs). If you were to aim for about 100 grams of net carbs daily, split between three main meals, each low-carb meal would be around 30–35 grams of net carbs. What are net carbs? They are the amount of carbs left over when fiber grams are subtracted from total carbs. In other words, ber is not counted toward net carbs because ber isn’t actually digestible once consumed, nor does it spike blood sugar levels like glucose does. For this reason most people eating even a very low-carb diet try to still consume some foods high in ber, such as non-starchy veggies and sometimes nuts/seeds. Even for those following a very low-carb/ketogenic diet (keeping carbs around 20–30 net grams daily or less), they can still eat all the non-starchy veggies they want — considering how they are lled with ber, have a high nutrient and water content, are filling, and are very low in calories overall. What would a low-carb meal that has 30–35 grams of net carbs look like? Example of low-carb meals could include:

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The 50 Best Low-Carb Foods, Plus Recipe Ideas & Tips A 3 ounce serving of protein (such as chicken breast) along with 2 cups of non-starchy veggies like broccoli and peppers, a side salad with mixed greens and 1–2 tablespoons of oil or dressing. This would equate to even less than 35 grams of net carbs. If you added a starchier veggie instead, such as beets or turnips, you’d be consuming more carbs but still not many. To be considered a moderate or “highcarb” meal you’d have to add something like grains, fruit, an added sweetener such as honey or potatoes– which tend to have in the range of 20–25 grams of carbs (or more) per serving. Lettuce cups, or a “collard wrap”, lled with things like veggies, sesame dressing and shredded chicken Fajitas made with a protein of your choice and lots of veggies Chicken or salmon burgers Empanadas or quesadillas lled with grass-fed beef and cheese, made with an almond or coconut flour crust Cauliflower crust pizza And many more options like smoothies, casseroles and crockpot recipes

Healthy Low-Carb Foods vs. Unhealthy Low-Carb Foods To be clear, just because a food or meal is low in carbs doesn’t necessarily mean it’s healthy! In many cases, the quality of the carbs you eat is even more important than the quantity. For the sake of keeping processed/synthetic ingredients out of your diet, I recommend avoiding low-carb packaged foods — like most commercial protein bars or meal replacement shakes. These may provide fat and protein, and be low in sugar or carbs, but they’re still not bene cial overall if they contain things like processed protein powders, refined oils and artificial sweeteners.

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The 50 Best Low-Carb Foods, Plus Recipe Ideas & Tips If you’re looking for healthy low-carb snack ideas to bring on-the-go with you, your best bet is to make your own. Low-carb snacks you can prepare yourself at home — using things like nuts, seeds, hummus, coconut our or coconut oil, protein powders (like whey or bone broth), cocoa “energy bites,” cauli ower tots, and even low-carb “sweets” like cookies, mu ns or donuts. And quickest of all are making up some low-carb protein shake recipes. When cleaning up your diet and trying some new low-carb recipes, it’s also wise to steer clear of “diet” or “light” foods that have reduced fat and arti cial ingredients. To make up for lost fat, these products are usually made with extra our or carbs, thickeners, emulsi ers or artificial sweeteners. And although they may not high in carbs or cane sugar, I would de nitely avoid foods made with trans-fats or hydrogenated oils, which is mostly junk foods, packaged foods or fast/fried foods. Below are dozens of healthy low-carb foods to fill your diet with: Low-carb veggies

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The 50 Best Low-Carb Foods, Plus Recipe Ideas & Tips 1. Broccoli 2. Cauliflower 3. Mushrooms 4. Peppers 5. Chard or collard greens 6. Asparagus 7. Kale 8. Spinach 9. Green beans 10. Arugula 11. Leeks or onions 12. Tomatoes 13. Brussel sprouts 14. Avocado 15. Turnips 16. Cabbage 17. Carrots (moderate carbs) Eggs & dairy 18. Cage-free eggs 19. Full-fat unsweetened yogurt or kefir 20. Raw whole milk 21. Hard cheese, sour cream and heavy cream (all are low in carbs, but very importantly I recommend grass-fed and organic dairy whenever possible, ideally made from raw milk). Cheeses low in carbs include blue cheese, cheddar cheese, goat, feta, Swiss, parmesan and asiago.

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The 50 Best Low-Carb Foods, Plus Recipe Ideas & Tips

Meat & seafood All the foods below have zero carbs. Note that I recommend always looking for wild-caught fish and avoiding most shellfish such as shrimp, which tend to be higher in heavy metals like mercury.

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The 50 Best Low-Carb Foods, Plus Recipe Ideas & Tips 22. Salmon 23. Haddock 24. Trout 25. Halibut 26. Sardines 27. Anchovies 28. Mackerel 29. Tuna or cod (in moderation) Nuts & seeds 30. Chia seeds 31. Flaxseeds 32. Almonds 33. Walnuts 34. Pumpkin, sesame or hemp seeds 35. Cashews and Brazil nuts (and just about all other nuts or seeds too) Oils & fats (all have zero carbs) 36. Coconut, olive, hemp, flaxseed, walnut or avocado oil 37. Butter or ghee 38. Palm oil 39. Lard

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The 50 Best Low-Carb Foods, Plus Recipe Ideas & Tips Condiments, herbs and spices 40. Herbs like turmeric, ginger, oregano, rosemary, basil, real sea salt, pepper, etc. 41. Hot sauces 4 2 . Apple cider vinegar and most other vinegars in small amounts (balsamic, white, red, etc.) 43. Cocoa powder (raw and unsweetened is best) 44. Mustard (just avoiding high-sugar kinds like honey mustard) 45. Soy sauce, tamari or coconut aminos 46. Bone broth (whether to drink alone or use in recipes) No-carb drinks 47. Teas including green, black, oolong or white 48. Coffee 49. Herbal teas (ginger, chamomile, honeybush, peppermint, chai, etc.) 50. Fresh pressed vegetable juices or green smoothies

What About Starchy Veggies, Beans & Fruit: Can They Be Used In Low-Carb Recipes? If you’re having trouble remembering which types of veggies are nonstarchy, and therefore lower in carbs, here’s a good rule of thumb: Most veggies that are grown above ground are considered “nonstarchy” and, therefore, have fewer carbs (cruciferous veggies like broccoli, leafy greens, peppers, chard and cabbag,e for example). Veggies grown below the ground, also sometimes called “root veggies,” are usually richer in starch and carbs (like potatoes, carrots, turnips and beets, for example). This rule doesn’t work 100 percent of the time. For example, pumpkins grow above ground and are higher in carbs, but it’s a good place to start. 90 For Life - Click for info


The 50 Best Low-Carb Foods, Plus Recipe Ideas & Tips While most root veggies and fruits aren’t usually considered to be “low carb,” the majority are still very nutrient-rich, low in sugar overall, and good additions to any diet. In fact, puréed, shredded, “riced” or cooked root veggies and fruits can often sub for added sweeteners or even grains in many recipes. The same can be said for some beans or legumes, such as chickpeas that can be made into our, or hummus that makes a creamy addition to many low-carb recipes. These foods are high in antioxidants, provide much-needed ber and help provide enough sweetness to kill a sugar craving without needing to add extra cane sugar. For that reason, fruits and starchy veggies I recommend including in your diet are: Berries — like strawberries, blackberries, blueberries or raspberries Tart cherries Cranberries Kiwi Citrus fruits Melon Sweet or purple potatoes Rutabaga Beets Celeriac Parsnips Beans and legumes — such as chickpeas, black beans, mung beans, adzuki beans, etc. — are also not necessarily low carb, but still can be healthy in moderate amounts. If you do choose to eat legumes or grains, I recommend soaking and sprouting most rst. This helps release more of their protein, vitamins and minerals while also making them easier to digest.

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The 50 Best Low-Carb Foods, Plus Recipe Ideas & Tips The Low-Carb Diet: Overview of Benefits & How It Works A large body of research shows that for those who make good candidates, following a low-carb diet has many health bene ts. While it’s not always necessary to give up all unprocessed, whole-food sources of carbs (like fruit and starchier veggies mentioned above), cutting down on processed foods, added sugar and even grains can help many experience bene ts like:

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The 50 Best Low-Carb Foods, Plus Recipe Ideas & Tips Faster weight loss, and usually a easier time maintaining a healthy weight. Once glucose from carbohydrate foods are no longer available for energy, the body will use stored body fat instead, or fat and protein consumed from foods. Enhanced satiety from meals, reduced hunger and decreased cravings (especially for carb-heavy foods and sweets) Normalized blood sugar levels. This is due to better control over insulin and blood sugar (glucose) spikes. For those who are prediabetics or have diabetes, this is often crucial for preventing symptoms from worsening or complications. Neuroprotective e ects and enhanced cognitive performance, including less “brain fog” or dips in energy, improved memory in the elderly and reduced symptoms of epilepsy Sometimes improvements in hormonal balance. This often results in better sleep, less fatigue, reduced pain or muscle weakness, and more energy overall. Reduced bone loss or osteoporosis In athletes, possible favorable changes in body mass and body composition, along with increase in the relative values of maximal oxygen uptake (VO2 max) and oxygen uptake at lactate threshold (VO2 LT) In some cases, lower risk for cardiovascular disease or metabolic syndrome, including normalizing factors like blood sugar or unhealthy cholesterol levels Wondering what types of foods you really shouldn’t have when on a lowcarb diet? Because they’re higher in things like added sugar and carbs from our or thickeners, limiting the foods below will keep your carb intake on the lower end:

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The 50 Best Low-Carb Foods, Plus Recipe Ideas & Tips If you’re intending to eat very low carb, avoid all grains (including wheat, barley, oats, rice and other whole grains). This also includes all foods made with grain our such as bread, cakes, biscuits, chips, cereal, muffins, pasta, etc. Sugar and foods that contain arti cial or added sweeteners (honey, cane sugar, coconut sugar, etc.) Most commercial fruits and fruit juices (juice is high in sugar, with the exception of lime or lemon juice) Most pre-made condiments, sauces or packet mixes, which tend to be high in sugar Alcohol, soda and other sweetened drinks If you’re looking to drastically reduce carbs (such as following a ketogenic diet), you’ll also want to avoid most dairy products that contain milk, yogurt, ricotta or cottage cheese. Higher fat, low-carb cheeses are often included even on very low-carb diets because they have very few carbs. Remember that regardless of what number of carbs you aim to eat everyday, the real goal is to consistently consume more real, whole foods and reduce intake of processed ingredients. It can be wise to experiment with a very low-carb diet for a period of time, but once you’re working on maintenance (the way you intend to basically continue eating forever), aim to eat a variety of foods, including lots of different plants that will contain at least some carbs.

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The 50 Best Low-Carb Foods, Plus Recipe Ideas & Tips To sustain a healing diet long-term, develop a solid understanding of how many carbs daily from a well-rounded diet you can tolerate without gaining weight or su ering from other health problems. You use this information about your unique biochemistry to sustain a “normal eating pattern” – complete with things like healthy proteins and fats, along with fresh veggies, fruits and even some whole starchy veggies, legumes or grains if they work well for you. Final Thoughts on Low-Carb Foods

Low-carb diets can help people lose weight quickly and potentially improve certain health conditions like sugar dependence, brain fog, fatigue, and risk factors for metabolic syndrome or diabetes. Low-carb foods include non-starchy veggies (like leafy greens or cruciferous veggies), healthy fats like coconut or olive oil, butter and hard cheeses, meat, seafood and eggs. Moderate sources of carbs are nuts, seeds, beans, legumes and some starchier veggies. Depending on your overall health and goals, it’s not usually necessarily to completely avoid healthy sources of carbs in moderation, like fruit or starchy veggies. In some cases, sprouted or soaked grains and legumes (higher in carbs) can also be included in an otherwise balanced diet that includes lots of low-carb foods. What can you do with low-carb foods? Low-carb recipes include that can be made without things like added sugars, re ned grains or arti cial sweeteners include protein shakes, smoothies, salads, crockpot recipes, fajitas, burgers or meatballs, and much more.

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The fact is there is NOTHING FUNNY about diabetes! Left unchecked it can kill you and make you miserable before you die. My mother died from kidney failure brought on by diabetes and she lost one of her legs before she died. One thing she did not lose was her sense of humor and in that vein I give you this humorous article from healthline.com that points out some humorous things that only a diabetic or someone who loves someone with diabetes can appreciate. Please read on...

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29 Things Only a Person with Diabetes Would Understand

Managing diabetes is a full time job, but with a little bit of humor (and plenty of supplies) we can take it all in stride. Here are 29 things only a person living with diabetes would understand.

1. Every paper cut is an opportunity to test your blood sugar. 2. You have an entire drawer, dresser, or closet devoted to diabetes supplies. 3. You have hundreds of lancets and only a few test strips. But on the plus side, your health insurance company is willing to pay for more lancets! 4. When it’s time to test, all you have to do is squeeze your finger. 5. The phrase “once in a blue moon” is a reminder that it’s time to change your lancet. 29 Things Only a Person with Diabetes Would Understand


29 Things Only a Person with Diabetes Would Understand 6. You hesitate to wear white in case you prick your finger and hit a ‘gusher.’ 7. Your ngers appear to spell something in braille. 8. Being high means something completely different to you than it does to most people. 9. You can calculate the carbohydrate total of every meal in your head without breaking a sweat. 10. You should test your blood sugar six times a day, but insurance only approved you for one strip a week. 11. You can put a mathematician to shame: insulin on board, carb factors, insulin to carb ratio, no problem!

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29 Things Only a Person with Diabetes Would Understand 12. Well-meaning friends have o ered you every diabetes remedy under the sun, from cinnamon to birdseed milk. 13. You’ve heard, “But you don’t look like a diabetic!” 14. You’re familiar with all the diabetes horror stories of the relatives of anyone you’ve ever met. 15. You’ve heard, “You can’t eat that!” too many times. 16. Everyone wants to know where you got your cool pager. 17. You nd used test strips in your refrigerator but don’t know how they got there. 18. You have a pile of diabetes cookbooks holding up your sofa. 29 Things Only a Person with Diabetes Would Understand


29 Things Only a Person with Diabetes Would Understand 19. You own 15 glucose meters, but you only use one. 20. CSI would have a very hard time ‘investigating the scene’ at your house. 21. You have two cases of juice boxes at home, and none of them are for your kids. 22. You have to remind yourself that it isn’t polite to punch people who say ‘diabeetus’ in the face. 23. The pharmacy is number one on your speed dial, and you’re on a rst name basis with the pharmacist. 24. People often say “You can eat it, it’s sugar free!” about something that’s loaded with carbohydrates. 25. Everyone asks you what to do about their ‘noncompliant’ diabetic spouse. 29 Things Only a Person with Diabetes Would Understand


29 Things Only a Person with Diabetes Would Understand 26. You read every article that promises ways to improve your glucose level, but they all end up being about prevention instead. 27. According to TV commercials, it’s a good thing you’re young, because only old people get diabetes. 28. There’s never been any butter in your refrigerator’s butter compartment — it’s used for storing insulin. 29. To lick or to wipe? That is the question. Time for a more serious note. Diabetes can kill you and before you die there is a list of very ugly, painful things that can happen to you. Here listed are some of these horrible "things"

Blurry vision Nerve pain in your extremities Painful ulcers on your feet that don't heal Impotence in men (ouch) Kidney failure, this is what my mother succumbed to Weird ugly rashes. I had one that spread over a large part of my body

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29 Things Only a Person with Diabetes Would Understand There are more symptoms that can be added but you get the point. The good news is that this can be avoided and halted in a lot of cases. I had mild symptoms and a pre-diabetic diagnosis with a blood sugar level of 102. That's nothing to some people I know but it shook me up especially when I got this weird mysterious rash. I got serious and altered my diet. ( see the above info on best low carb foods) and I also began nutrient supplementation with the products recommended by Dr Joe Wallach. After only 2 weeks I had lost 9 lbs. and dropped my sugar level down to 88. Many other people have achieved even greater results. My question to you is this, is it time to get serious? There is help available. What have you got to lose? A painful body or even worse? Click the links in this pdf. Its a easy first step. There is even a 30 day money back refund if you don't like the results. Click the link below to get started on your new you! Oh by the way the rash is almost all the way gone!

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Diabetes Help-90 Essential Nutrients To Control Glucose Levels  

Diabetes Help- 90 Essential Nutrients. Did you know that only 8-12% of the typical nutritional supplements available today are actually abso...