This Is a Step-By-Step Cure For Diabetes Developed By Scientists

This Is a Step-By-Step Cure For Diabetes Developed By Scientists
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Sunday, July 31, 2011

Why Diabetics Should Eat Lots of Shrimp

Shrimp is one of the best food choices a diabetic can make. Here are some of the main reasons why:

Shrimp Has LOTS of Omega 3 (Omega-3 Fatty Acids) and This Is Extremely Important To the Diabetic

Diabetics have damaged cell membranes mostly due to trans fat but also due to other artificial foods. This causes them to become "insulin resistant" which means they don't respond normally or adequately to insulin when it signals to the cell to uptake glucose. Glucose can't get across these damaged membranes at the normal rate, and therefore, glucose (blood sugar) builds up in the bloodstream reaping havoc with your body - it can lead to blindness, amputations, heart disease, emotional issues, and much more.

Repairing these membranes involves eliminating certain things from your diet, especially trans fat which gets subsituted into your cell membranes where the healthy omega 3 molecules should go. This damages your cell membranes and makes them too "stiff." Even if you eliminate trans fat, if you don't get enough omega 3, you won't be able to repair and maintain those damaged cell membranes. Shrimp is one of the very best sources for omega 3.

Shrimp Has the Best Kind of Omega 3 Which All Diabetics Need

There are several different types of omega 3.

First, there is a difference between plant derived omega 3 (ALA) and animal derived omega 3 (DHA and EPA). Humans can not use the plant version (ALA) without first converting it the animal form and we can only convert about 10% of what we eat. The rest is wasted. Also, diabetics and older people convert at an even a lower rate. Therefore, it is best to eat the animal form of omega 3 which we can more easily use.

Second, the omega 3 in shrimp and other crustaceans (a type of arthropod) is attached to a phospholipid molecule. This is exactly what is found in the membranes of humans and is easier for the body to absorb than when the omega 3 is attached to a triglyceride molecule like you find in fish. Therefore, the form of omega 3 in shrimp is better than the form found in fish.

Shrimp Is Very High In Protein, Very Low In Fat, and Contains Virtually No Carb

Each bite of succulent shrimp is packed with protein and hardly any fat. Plus, it has virually no carb. Since diabetics need to lower their carb intake and increase their protein intake, this makes the composition of shrimp meat perfect for the diabetic.

You Don't Need To Worry About the Cholesterol Thing

Shrimp has gotten a very undeserved bad rap regarding cholesterol. Yes, it is true that shrimp meat contains cholesterol but it is extremely low in saturated fat which is actually what raises cholesterol in humans. In fact, eating shrimp actually raises the good cholesterol and does not raise the bad cholesterol.

Shrimp Tastes Great - What a Treat!

Most diabetics have to give up, or at least drastically reduce, many of their favorite foods. However, here's a food that is simply wonderful in taste and is almost always thought of as quite a treat. Therefore, it is simply perfect for the diabetic to eat. Thank you Mother Nature!

You Can Reverse Diabetes and All the Side Effects of Diabetes

You just need to know exactly what foods to eat, what foods to avoid, and you need to learn other very important natural techniques. I totally reversed my diabetes and I no longer need any medication (check out the results of my latest hemoglobin HbA1c test). I can even eat ice cream now without a spike in my blood sugar! I'm healthier now than ever before.

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