The nutritionists and doctors recommended low-carb diets to patients with diabetes.
The recent study shows that eating a low-carb diet may lead to better control of blood sugar levels. The study found that kids who adopt low-carb and high-protein diet had their bodies with “exceptional” control over their blood sugar levels. This study was published in the journal Pediatrics.
The study was “online survey of an international social media group for people” with Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus (T1DM) and found 316 cases of kids with the condition. The average age of kids was about 14 to 16 years of age and they had been following a Very Low Carb Diet (VLCD) for the past two to four years.
A report on the study in the journal concluded by saying, “Exceptional glycemic control of T1DM with low rates of adverse events was reported by a community of children and adults who consume a VLCD.” It continues by saying, “The generalizability of these findings requires further studies, including high-quality randomized controlled trials.”
“Despite pharmacological and technological advances, optimal glycemic control of type 1 diabetes remains elusive, putting millions of people worldwide at increased risk of micro- and macrovascular complications. One conceptually promising but poorly studied approach is dietary carbohydrate restriction,” says the report on the study.
There are five best healthy low-carbohydrate foods for management of type-1 diabetes is chicken, mushrooms, broccoli, salmon, and tomatoes.
Chicken is a most popular food among people who follow a low-carb diet. It has zero carbs. Those people who follow a low-carb diet, mushroom have extremely low carbohydrate content.
Those people who are looking to manage blood sugar levels broccoli is a wonder food for them as this vegetable is both low in carbohydrates and calories.
Salmon is also a low on the carb as it is rich in heart-healthy omega 3 fatty acids. Tomatoes are great for consumption in a VLCD.