A low calorie diet may be the solution to control diabetes. A recent study confirms that a low calorie diet may help reverse diabetes.
A low calorie diet helps in weight control and the resulting effect may help to reverse diabetes, confirmed a study conducted by researchers at Newcastle University, UK.
The study states that diabetics, who stuck to a very low calorie diet, showed impressive decline in liver fat content resulting in controlling hepatic insulin sensitivity within seven days. Over eight weeks, the pancreas fat content fell and normal first phase insulin secretion became re-established with normal plasma glucose control.
A low-calorie diet was also found to be associated with no hunger and no tiredness in most people, but with rapidly increased well-being.
Spice up your diet with low calorie fun food for diabetes such as celery, oranges, lemons, cucumber, mushrooms, asparagus, fresh beets, Arugula, tomatoes, broccoli, lettuce, watercress, Zacchuni and turnip. Regular consumption of these nutritious food in fresh and raw form or steamed will help improve overall well-being of the person.