Omega 3 Fatty Acids and Learning How to Control Diabetes ❤️

Omega 3 Fatty Acids and Learning How to Control Diabetes ❤️


Previously, we discovered what diabetes
is; what the three main types of diabetes are; and the main symptoms. In this video, you’ll discover the role omega 3 fatty acids play in fighting this disease;
how the humble Eskimo leads the way; a disturbing development in the direction
diabetes is now taking; and the foods to eat, and the foods to avoid. Meanwhile, would you like to get an
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The Shocking Findings of a Processed Poison! So, here are those four further
aspects of diabetes you need to be aware of: #1. Omega 3 and Diabetes Sufferers. As diabetes is viewed as a sugar disease, your nutrition and diet has a huge impact on how it is controlled in the body. Foods that are rich in
omega 3 fatty acids should be eaten as they can help reduce, and/or regulate, your normal
blood sugar levels. There have been studies of the diets of Inuits, such as
Eskimos from Greenland, who eat a lot of fish and seal and whale meat. Results have
shown that these people have lower levels of blood cholesterol, lower triglyceride levels, and lowerl rates of heart diseases than people living in
Denmark, where the population consumes less fish. Along with numerous other
studies, many health professionals acknowledge that diets which include
foods rich in omega 3 fatty acids may help reduce insulin resistance in
diabetics. So, it comes as no surprise then that the best sources of omega 3
fatty acids are: (1) Oily cold-water fish; such as salmon, mackerel, herring and sardines; (2) Nuts and seeds, such as walnuts, flaxseeds and pumpkin seeds; (3) Green
vegetables, such as kale, Brussels sprouts, and spinach; and (4) Other items such as
canola oil and avocados. Studies in the UK indicate that a balanced diet that includes omega 3-rich foods is beneficial for gut health, which
helps protect against obesity and Type 2 diabetes; #2. Diabetes and Blindness. One other negative aspect of diabetes is that it increases the risk of blindness, known as retinopathy. In the US. it’s reckoned that over 5% of
the population is affected by this. Diabetic retinopathy arises when the
eye’s blood vessels expand, or where cells attach and grow on the retina,
eventually blocking your vision. Because more people are developing Type 2
diabetes, retinopathy is becoming a bigger problem. Equally, further research indicates that a diet rich in omega 3 fatty acids can
help protect you eyes because it helps to keep blood sugar levels low. To put another way, the anti-inflammatory nature of the omega 3 fatty acids helps
to stop the blood vessels in the eyes from swelling and bursting; #3. What
to Eat. In addition to the omega 3 foods already mentioned, the following are also
suggested as being items to include in your diet if you’re a diabetic: (1) Wholemeal bread; (2) Buckwheat flour products; and (3) Various vegetables. As
regards meat and fish, low-fat beef and veal, and low-fat fish are suggested. Now,
one thing to remember in all of this regarding omega 3 fatty acids is that
it’s best to get them from the food you eat, as opposed to relying wholly on
supplements, such as omega 3 fish oil supplements. The supplements should be
viewed as being supplemental to the food – not as a replacement. While fish oil
supplements can help reduce triglyceride levels (triglyceride is the fat that builds up in your blood as a consequence of calories not being used by the body)
for Type 2 diabetic sufferers, thereby reducing their risk of a heart attack, you do have to be aware that they can raise the levels of bad cholesterol
in your blood. In addition, if you have any concerns about blood clotting, or
you’ve suffered a stroke, or you’re scheduled to have surgery, or you’re just
concerned overall, always talk with your local doctor before using any
such supplements; #4. And What to Avoid. Owing to the nature of having
too much blood sugar or glucose in the body, it follows that the following foods are to be avoided: (1) Fatty foods, for example, fried breakfasts; (2) Flour,
sugar and salt (the white stuff!); (3) Processed meat; (4) Canned food and
sauces (more processed foods); (5) Spicy foods; and (6) Takeways, such as fast-
food like burgers and french fries, fish and chips, curries, and more. Summary:
Diabetes is no longer a disease restricted to certain categories of
people, such as obese or old people. Unfortunately, teenagers and young
children can also be diagnosed, and gestational diabetes can occur in the
later stages of pregnancy for some women. However, the good news is that as people
become more aware of the benefits of a healthy diet and regular exercise,
they can reduce the risk of being diagnosed with diabetes, especially
where they already have Type 2 diabetes, where they can at least manage
and reverse the disease. Unfortunately, the same cannot be said for Type 1
diabetes sufferers, where daily medication is required. Fortunately, in the majority
of cases, omega 3 fatty acids have a vital role to play in helping to provide
a healthy diet to keep the disease in check, and in some cases, help reverse the symptoms by lowering blood sugar levels. So, diabetes is a rather unpredictable
disease, with one aspect being potentially manageable (Type 2); whilst
other aspects are more damaging (retinopathy), and immediately life-threatening
(Type 1). Now you have an overall awareness of diabetes, the next video in the series will cover the role omega 3 fatty acids play
in the fight against a condition that some people confuse with diabetes and
arthritis. And that is fibromyalgia. In the meantime, we hope you’ve enjoyed the information provided in this video. If you liked the content of this and other
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