People with diabetes eat less refined foods and more coarse grains
Everyone must have heard a word: grains.
Our ancestors long ago knew that eating more grains is good for our body, but now, as the society is transformed, people ‘s diet has become more and more “essential”, not only the amount of staple food is decreasing, but also the ingredientsIt is also becoming more and more refined. White rice, white noodles, white bread, and other refined grains almost dominate the staple food of three meals.
Handouts for diabetes treatment experts, eating a variety of refined foods can easily impair glucose tolerance in the body, which is a dangerous area for the transition to diabetes.
Studies have found that women who often eat “Sanbai food” concentrates have a higher risk of disease. Among them, those who eat more than 300 grams of white rice a day have a 78% higher risk of disease than those who eat less than 200 grams a day.
It can be seen that, whether or not diabetes has been diagnosed, it is necessary to eat less “three white foods”.
Because coarse grains such as rice and wheat contain a large amount of dietary fiber, B vitamins and minerals, the above nutrients are destroyed during the finishing process because the germ and bran are milled off.
The finer and more white it is processed, the more nutrients are lost.
Polished rice noodles contain almost no fiber. These foods will be quickly digested and absorbed, resulting in a sudden increase in insulin secretion, aggravating insulin resistance, and inducing diabetes.
In addition, people with diabetes need vitamins more than ordinary people, such as vitamin B1. If they lack, they will aggravate peripheral nerve dysfunction.
At the same time, the liver needs a large number of B vitamins to participate in the metabolism of sugar, trace amounts and proteins.
Vitamin C protects blood vessels and prevents infections.
If these coarse grains are processed, most of the vitamins will be lost, which is of little nutritional value to the human body.
It can be seen that people should pay attention to the thickness and thickness, increase the consumption of coarse grains (such as millet, corn, oats, buckwheat, black rice, sorghum, etc.), eat more whole grains or whole wheat products, or add coarse grains such as corn grains to white rice.Can fill the nutrition gap.