Declaration on the store are great for comparing the nutritional values, and facilitate special diabetic diet. On this label you can see the important information and composition of most foods, including bread, cereals, canned and frozen foods, snacks, sweets and beverages. But on what consumers should pay particular attention? And what kind of food to people with diabetes should choose to make their own lives easier?
- What to look first? – “The most important information for people with diabetes is the amount of carbohydrates and the recommended daily intake, ” says nutritionist Joan Larsen. Nutrition for Diabetics have special rules on the recommended quantity of carbohydrates to blood sugar levels remained within normal limits.” Because the amount of carbohydrates is important in the fight against diabetes, it is recommended to pay attention to the total quantity (in grams) of carbohydrates. The total amount of carbohydrates printed on the label includes sugar, complex carbohydrates and fiber. If you do not see the total amount of carbon you can buy hidtrata inadequate food. “For people with diabetes, carbohydrates should be limited to 30 to 60 grams per meal and 15 to 30 grams for a snack,” says Larsen. “We should enter the quantity of what a person needs to maintain normal blood sugar levels.