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NOTE: You can follow these quick fix plans alternately throughout the week.
MEAL QUICK FIX 1 QUICK FIX 2 QUICK FIX 3
Breakfast
Fiberous Munch & ProShake

1 slice of toasted wholewheat bread.

ProFruits
Add low fat yoghurt to a bowl of fresh fruits.
Fiberous Munch
Add fresh berries to a bowl of wheat bran.
SnSnack 1a
A Whole Apple
Trigly Nutty
ProFuits
Lunch
Deep Sea Diet & VSC Diet
Grilled salmon with organic spices and a bowl of mixed veggies.
VSC Diet & ProShake
Opt for organic salad dressing.
Deep Sea Diet & VSC Diet
Sauteed mackeral with organic spices. Add boiled asparagus and broccoli.
Snack 2

Trigly Nutty

A Banana and/or Mango

Trigly Nutty

Dinner
VSC Diet & ProJuice
Opt for an organic salad dresssing.
Deep Sea Diet & ProJuice
Have smoked salmon with wholewheat wrap. Add lettuce, tomatoes and cucumbers. Opt for organic sauce.
VSC Diet & ProShake
Opt for an organic salad dressing.
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NUTRIENTS BENEFITS
Carbohydrates They strengthen muscle tissues and store glucose as glycogen in fatty tissues. The carbohydrate energy prevents the body from breaking down muscle tissues for fuel when more energy is needed. They are digested slower, helping you feel full longer and keeping blood sugar and insulin levels stable.
Chromium It plays a role in the body's use of energy by providing carbohydrates, protein and fat. Lack of chromium is associated with impaired glucose tolerance and diabetes-like symptoms. Chromium causes insulin to function more effectively in the body, which in turn potentiates energy storage and regulates blood glucose.
Fiber It helps speed up digestion. It also helps to prevent developing heart disease, cancer, kidney stones, and diabetes by controlling the blood sugar levels. It also relieves constipation and hemorrhoids and keeps weight under control.
Omega-3 fatty acids They lower triglycerides and increases HDL cholesterol (good cholesterol), which helps tone down blood pressure. They also act as an anticoagulant to prevent blood from clotting.
Proteins It helps build and repair tissues to ensure proper functioning of the body's organs, including the pancreas, which produces insulin. It is also an important building block of blood.
Starch It helps improve insulin sensitivity and glucose tolerance, preventing diabetes. It lowers cholesterol and triglyceride levels, promotes "good" bacteria and suppresses "bad" bacteria and their toxic products, thus, preventing heart disease. It also promotes bowel regularity.
Water Water has no calories, is low sodium and contains no fat or cholesterol. It is the best supplement for someone with diabetes.
Zinc It helps regulate and control the blood sugar levels and enhances cell production in the immune system.
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FOOD NUTRIENTS DAILY INTAKE SIMPLE RITUALS
Water
Water
8 glasses
Drink at least 8 glasses a day
Nuts
Zinc
15 mg
Trigly Nutty
Mix all these type of nuts to create a snack which is easy to carry.
Bread, Cereal, Starchy Vegetables
Starch
25 grams
Fiberous Munch
Eat cereal during breakfast or substitute bread for in between snacks.
Oatmeal
Fiber
1 serving
Whole grains and wheat bran
Carbohydrates, Fiber
Chromium, Zinc
Starch
1 serving
Beans, Peas and Lentils
Carbohydrates, Fiber
Protein
1 serving
VSC Diet (Veggies for Sugar Control)
Pack your meals with green leafy vegetables. Mix some vegetables and opt for a salad. Add to a soup. Include lettuce, spinach, arugula and other veggies for an extra flavour.
vegetables
Fiber
Carbohydrates
At least 5 portions
Fruits
Fiber
Carbohydrates
2-4 servings
ProShake/ProJuice/ProFruits
Blend colourful fresh fruits into a glass of juice/smoothie or just have it on its own.
Opt for green tea instead of coffee.
Fish
Omega-3 fatty acids
Protein
Min twice a week
Deep Sea Diet
Grilled/Saute├ęd/Light-frying (olive oil) /Steamed/Smoked
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SUBSTANCES THAT ADVERSELY AFFECT THE BODY HARMFUL FOOD ADVERSE EFFECTS
Cholesterol
Meat (liver, heart, other organs)
Dairy (milk, cheese, butter, cream, eggs)
Seafood (shellfish)
High cholesterol can also be a predictor of diabetes; elevated cholesterol levels are often seen in people with insulin resistance, even before they have developed full-blown diabetes.
High sugar
Baked Goods (Chocolate bars, frosted cupcakes, pastries, candies, honey, cookies, biscuits)
This can present the most serious problems for a diabetic and will cause their blood sugar to rise rapidly.
Saturated fats
Meat ((beef, hot dogs, sausage and bacon, red meat)
Dairy (cheese, milk, ice cream, butter, cream)
Too much saturated fat might decrease the pancreas's secretion of insulin. Insufficient insulin might then cause a chain of events leading to overload of sugar in the blood.
Sodium
Meat (chicken, beef, frozen dinners, instant meals)
Condiments (salad dressings, chilli sauce, grill spices)
Snack Foods (crisps, cookies, canned foods)
It is very important for diabetics to lower salt-sodium chloride-intake, as all too often diabetes is complicated by high blood pressure, a major cause of both heart disease and stroke.

Trans fats

Baked Goods (cookies, biscuits, pop tarts, granolar bars, peanut butter)
Trans fat is poison to the human body and causes diabetes. It is an artificial human-engineered oil that your body is not designed to handle. Type 2 diabetics have damaged cell membranes that interfere with the transport of glucose from the blood stream into the cell for nourishment. A normal healthy cell membrane has lots of omega-3 fatty acids as a major part of its structure. If you have lots of trans fats and not enough omega-3 in your diet, the trans fats will replace some of the omega-3's. This spells trouble for glucose metabolism and once it gets worse, you will develop diabetes.
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