Blood type diet ezekiel bread

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325405 tn?1262290178 You guys are going to think I'm nuts, well, maybe a little but it's going on midnight and I can't sleep. Okay, I got this suggestion about dieting, which was switch to sprouted grain bread. It has a lower GI number (better for diabetics) and is healthier. So, I managed to find this Bread For Life brand Ezekiel 5-some number, and it's all about this living bread, sprouted grains having enough water added to them to make them start to sprout.
Avatar f tn I am having a problem with following any type of diet...Not sure what to eat. I pretty much eat whatever I want eventhough I know I have to change that. Can anyone give me a briefing on what you eat? Do you have to eat all organic? What type of sugar, is equal ok?, Do I reallyy have to give up coffee??? I don't like this part at all!! Does anyone have a basic quick list to refer to for me??
Avatar n tn Try Ezekiel 4:9 bread, it's organic and contains many ancient grains that if you eat by themselves, commercially they usually are not genetically modified.
Avatar f tn also, i read about your gluten free diet and bought some ezekiel bread since i am type O and i read to start eating it slowly do you know why? i hope it won t get me all bound up again! when i bought it i read that it has gluten in it and was ready to pitch it but i think the process is differenct do you know anything about ezekiel bread? i think you re right about the gluten. i seem to feel better when my frees are in the low range for some reason i guess im just different.
Avatar n tn I am 42 years old Diabetic for 5 years on Metformin 500mg XL and Amaryl 2 mg. My blood sugars are not controlled. Fasting in 140 s and postprandial 300s. I am following diabetic diet and doing regular exercise/ What is the next step I should do. Please advise. My recent A1C is 8.5. Thank you.
Avatar m tn Reversing Diabetes in 30 Days tracked the accomplishments of six Type 1 and Type 2 diabetics as they made the transition from a standard to raw diet. All of the participants showed improvement. Their blood sugar levels dropped and their energy levels improved. Insulin became unnecessary and at the end of the program, test results showed non-diabetic results.
Avatar n tn Hi Lizzy, you are still diabetic... completely normal blood glucose is a hba1c of 5.0 or less. Prediabetic is usually considered as 5.7 - 6.5, and diabetic as 6.5. But being diabetic is sometimes likened to being pregnant... whether 6 weeks or 9 months you are still pregnant. So slightly high or very high, is still diabetic. To give you some perspective. Normal blood sugars will typically be < 100 all the time. Hba1c of 6.9 gives you average BG of about 160. Hab1c of 6.
Avatar f tn Publix brand wheat bagels (at least in florida) are safe, some kinds of ezekiel bread are safe, natural peanut butter...
Avatar f tn since diabetes is linked to other diseases as well, what general tests or physical examinations should she have them done. what special precautions she shud take in her diet like taking high fibre diet is good for her. i have told her to take fish oil by pulse (1000 mg) thrice a week. is that good for her.
1303999 tn?1279581926 I am a Type II Diabetic. I currently take 1000mg twice daily of Metformin. Worked pretty well for me. Last week started on levothyroxine and now my blood sugar is through the roof. Anyone else have the same problems? It says I might have to alter my diabetes meds. If anyone is out there with the same thing can you recommend a medication that worked for you?
Avatar f tn To help control your blood sugar (aside from the insulin) you need to adopt the followign for diet and exercise:- 1. Ideally 30 minutes of exercise after each meal. However, this may not always be possible, but do aim at 30 minutes of moderate exercise (brisk walking, stationary bike, swimming, etc) every day. 2. Avoid white carbs. By this I mean white bread, rice, pasta, all candies and sweets and processed foods. Avoid fruit juice. 3.
Avatar f tn Once you deliver the baby, the gestational diabetes is gone. You SHOULD continue eating on a diabetic diet as it's healthy and you are now at higher risk for Type II diabetes but the only way to detect that is with a blood test.
Avatar f tn I have been looking into this blood type diet myself being a blood type O but recently I have become concerned if I suffer manic episodes or am bipolar. Certain periods in my life become notably amazing. Usually when Im relatively lean I find myself with too much energy than I know what to do with! My social life improves dramatically! I quit 2 different jobs during these periods of "high". I almost become contagious during these periods wishing I could feel like this forever!
Avatar m tn While low salt low fat diet are generally recommended, the type of exercise needs to be cleared first with the cardiologist and it will depend on the cause of the enlarged heart. Take care and regards.
Avatar f tn d have a midmorning snack of yogurt, a little fruit, and cinnamon every day. Also, the Ezekiel bread stocked at health food stores and some groceries (in the freezer section usually) is high protein and didn't raise my sugar levels. I'm a toast junkie so that was a nice find. My dd was induced at 39 weeks, 6 days and was perfectly healthy- no blood sugar issues or anything else. She was big, but so is my dh.
Avatar n tn I have been newly diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes.I was diagnosed 4 weeks ago. My blood sugar during the day has gone down into the normal range of 80-120. When I wake up in the morning, my blood sugar is raised to generally about 170. I am eating the recommended diet, no sugar,no pasta,rice or bread low carbs, but I don't understand why if during the day I am in the normal range, why it would rise at night?
Avatar m tn Go to your local vitamin shop or gnc they sell a type of protein shake for gaining weight. Drink that along with good diet and heavy weight training.
Avatar n tn Can anyone give me tips on a good diet plan or food to eat to lose fat and weight?
Avatar f tn I love Gabriel, Damien, Ezekiel, etc. Biblical names are kinda old school and unique and I like that!
Avatar m tn Carbs turn into sugar after digested...aka bread...i agree you need to take a course or google a diet on controlling your blood sugar. What about beverages? Fruit is usually considered healthy but is just a natural form of is juice. Ive read recently about the herb fenugreek stabilizing blood sugar...but be careful because may cause unsafe to your doctor..alot of people use it as a spice...but according to Dr. Oz you need a TBS. a day...