What you eat determines how much sugar goes into your bloodstream and how quickly it gets there. Carbohydrates, like bread and potatoes, have the biggest and fastest impact. Butwhenyou eat is just as important. Nuthera developed these custom meal formats to support your individual needs.
If you eat the same amount of food (especially carbs) at the same time every day, that will help your blood sugar stay on an even keel. There’s another benefit: With well-planned meals at regular times, you’re more likely to eat right. When you feel like you’re starving, you may gobble up whatever’s handy, even if it’s not good for you. Or you may eat too much.
For most people with diabetes, mealtimes should space out through the day like this:
Have breakfast within an hour and half of waking up.
Eat a meal every 4 to 5 hours after that.
Have a snack between meals if you get hungry.
A snack before bedtime may help you.
You don’t have to figure out the menus and times on your own. Your doctor may send you to a nutrition specialist, or Nuthera help create a plan tailored to you. Besides thinking about your nutrition, your dietitian will help match you up with foods that you like that may fit your needs.
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