How Many Carbs Should a Diabetic Eat?
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How many carbs should a diabetic consume each day? You may have gotten bad information in the past.
0:00 How many carbs should a diabetic consume?
0:10 What do the experts say?
3:12 What can you do?
How many carbohydrates should a person with diabetes consume on a daily basis? The experts say that 45-60% of your calories should be from carbs. If a person consumes 1800 calories per day, that’s 225g of carbs per day. They also say there is no magic number of carbs a person should consume and that appetite and hunger should play a role.
This is insanity and a recipe for disaster. I believe a person should keep their carbs between twenty and fifty grams per day.
Here are a few things you could do:
• Reduce your carbs (less than 50g per day)
• Stop snacking
• Intermittent fasting (consume two meals a day)
• Increase healthy fats
• Stop consuming so-called “healthy carbs” (fruit, whole grains, brown rice)
• Consume Himalayan sea salt
• Avoid omega-6 fatty acids
• Increase omega-3 fatty acids
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