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Originally published May 27 2014

Type 2 diabetes diet: What to eat, what to avoid and how to get healthier with every meal

by Aurora Geib

(NaturalNews) There are two types of diabetes. Type 1 usually appears in childhood, and its symptoms can be quite abrupt and severe. Type 2 diabetes is more common, and its symtoms present more gradually. It can develop at any age and is considered preventable. Early symptoms of the disease can include fatigue, unexplained weight loss, blurred vision, sores that are slow to heal, frequent urination, increased thirst, unusual hunger, recurrent bladder infections and yeast infections.

Type 2 diabetes diet: What to eat, what to avoid.
The key to preventing diabetes, and lessening the need for drugs after diagnosis, lies in your diet. By eating healthy, blood-sugar-lowering foods, and avoiding foods that raise blood sugar levels, you can help your body heal naturally.

Dietary do's

Dietary don'ts

A healthy diet is not complicated. Eat whole, natural, low-fat foods, including lots of fruits and vegetables, and avoid sugar, trans fats and processed carbs whenever possible. It's as simple as that.





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