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Potatoes and Weight Management!!
The truth is that potatoes can either make you fat or help you lose weight.
Even though some of the biggest weight gain culprits are french fries and potato chips that are highly fattening, the same is not true for all clean freshly boiled potatoes.
There's a scale that is called satiety index.
What this does is measures the ability of foods to keep your stomach full and make you eat fewer calories at subsequent meals.
And guess which food had the highest score? Yes, you guessed it right, it was white boiled potatoes.
This basically means if you eat more potatoes you should eat less of other foods instead, as it helps to keep your stomach full.
If you want to supercharge the weight loss effect of potatoes then cool them down after boiling them, what this does is it increases their content of resistant starch.
This is a fiber like substance that can help you lose weight.
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Weight Loss Tips!!
Eat a high-protein breakfast.
Avoid sugary drinks and fruit juice.
Drink water a half hour before meals.
Choose weight loss-friendly foods
Eat soluble fiber.
Drink coffee or tea.
Eat mostly whole, unprocessed foods.
Eat your food slowly.
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Common Question asked for #Weight Loss and #Diabetes Management?
Should the focus of nutrition therapy for type 2 diabetes be on weight loss or improved blood glucose control?
It is likely that early in the course of the disease process, when insulin resistance is still prominent, either energy restriction or weight loss will improve blood glucose levels. But as the disease progresses and insulin deficiency becomes more prominent, it may be too late for weight loss to be helpful. In fact, at later stages of the disease, when medications, including insulin, need to be combined with nutrition therapy, prevention of weight gain often becomes the goal. However, glycemic control should take precedence over concerns about weight.