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Your Diabetes Recipes should avoid toxic fats and oils. The cause of diabetes is the removal of essential fats and oils from our food, and their replacement with toxic substitutes. It is a nutritional disease.

When you plan a meal, you are interested in providing nutrition while minimizing disease. This website promotes a cure for type 2 diabetes, and suggests you incorporate this information into whatever recipes you chose.

Diabetes was so rare in 1900, it was considered a novelty. Today, it affects 20 million people in the U.S. This means it is caused by lifestyle.

The rise of diabetes parallels the rise of mass production and distribution of food. The need for long shelf life necessitated the removal of fats and oils because they spoil quickly. These oils are essential because the body does not make them, and disease will occur without them.

The key point you should include in your diabetes receipes is simple: Stop consuming toxic fats and oils, and start consuming the non-toxic natural essential versions. This is also the means of prevention for diabetes. Follow the recommendations on the fats and oils page. As a recommendation for an all-around good diet that will also prevent cancer, see the nutrition for immunity page of Hidden-Cancer-Cures.com.

You should not fry with oil because it is too hot, but you can make bread with it because the moisture keeps the oil cool.

The more saturated a fat is, the less likely it will be damaged by cooking.

Diabetes is caused by lack of omega-3 fatty acids; your recipes might include flax oil, a good source of omega-3, as part of a salad dressing.

For optimal health, other essential nutrients are required to make the EFAs work:
20 or 21 minerals
13 vitamins
8 amino acids (10 for children, 11 for premature infants)

Your recipes should not include any processed food. Any food with the word "hydrogenated" on the label must be avoided, and if it has "oil" and isn't refrigerated, consider it toxic.

Any food with oil in it such as nuts and seeds should not be rancid or roasted, and should hopefully come out of the refrigerated section of your health food store.

The commercial feeds given to farm animals must contain EFAs in order for the eggs, chicken, and meat to contain them. Otherwise, they will contain insufficient EFAs for optimal human health. But EFAs are removed from artificial man-made feeds in order to increase shelf life, so don't count on animal food to supply your EFAs.

Suggestions for your Recipes

Minimize your consumption of simple refined carbohydrates that metabolize quickly and produce a spike in blood sugar. Generally, anything that has been processed should be avoided. These include:

  • Soft drinks
  • White rice
  • Pastries
  • Cookies
  • Jams
  • White bread
  • Cereals
  • French fries

Maximize your consumption of carbohydrates that digest gradually, These include:

  • Whole grains or whole grain bread (oat, millet, quinoa, barley, spelt, bulgur, wheat, rice ...; you can buy these in bulk at your local health food store, and cook them)
  • Legumes (lentils, chick peas, beans ... )
  • Nuts and seeds (almonds, walnuts, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, ... ). Buy them raw, unsalted, unprocessed. They contain oils.
  • Vegetables (celery, tomato, avocado, broccoli, cauliflower, lettuce, onion, squash, cucumber, radish ... ). Especially include green leafy vegetables (spinach, collard greens, red leaf lettuce, ... but avoid berg lettuce; it's not very nutritious).
  • Fruits (oranges, lemons, limes, strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, apples, ... )

Choose foods that contain a lot of fiber; this slows down the release of sugar into the blood stream.

Instead of using butter, consider dipping your bread in fresh unrefined oil such as olive, flax, hemp, or other oil. This habit, common in the Mediterranean area, does away with the need for hydrogenation to make spreads. Or, use a squeeze bottle and pour the oil onto the bread. It is just like melted butter.

Controlling Your Blood Sugar

Choose foods with a low glycemic index. Do not use food exchanges which are useful for controlling calories, but not sugar.

Consider using herbs such as gymnema sylvestre to keep your blood sugar low. Also consider using cinnamon.

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