Diabetes cannot be acquired if you peel off sweet, fatty and so on a couple of times .. A diabetic is a person with a broken endocrine system, that is, a healthy person has eaten sweet or fatty foods and he will process these fats and carbohydrates, and a diabetic gets an increase in blood glucose. A diabetic has a violation of production (a lot / little), sensitivity or lack of insulin (a hormone that utilizes glucose). Normal glucose levels are 3.5-5.5 millimoles (4.5 millimoles is a good "sugar"). Are you diabetic? Types 1 and 2 diabetes require different approaches to diet therapy.
The norm is 5.5. A little more, even a tenth, means that you ate something fatty, fried in the evening, or just ate something before the analysis.
I know this from everyday experience - I observed examinations of people of different age, gender and lifestyle in the office therapist. Physical education helps to keep the indicator normal. Limit the consumption of mayonnaise, fried chicken, fish, etc., different kinds of wit. I think we all understand what it is undesirable for us to eat. You shouldn't eat tons of sweets either, but it just doesn't affect as much as it seems.
And, most importantly, make sure that there is no hereditary predisposition. You may not be obese and eat a lot of chocolate, but you still get sick, unfortunately.
If a person is healthy, his blood sugar does not exceed 5.5 mmol / L on an empty stomach and 7.8 mmol / L throughout the day, regardless of food intake. Nobody is immune from type 1 diabetes, but in order not to get type 2 diabetes, it is important not to gain weight.
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Much will become clear.
We are taught that the glucose rate (if you just take it in the middle of the day) should be in the range of 3.3-5.5 mmol / L. When less is hypoglycemia, more is hypoglycemia.
Type 1 diabetes is an internal problem when the pancreas does not produce insulin or when the cells of tissues and organs are resistant to it (they don’t care about it). In such cases, the cells cannot receive glucose and its content in the blood rises. It is treated mainly with insulin therapy. If you are not sick with the first type from birth, then the chance of getting sick with the first type in adulthood is very small (only as a result of serious problems with the pancreas).
Be afraid of type 2 diabetes. It occurs when everything is ok with insulin and the pancreas, but too much glucose comes in, and your body cannot cope with it. The reasons for this are strong overeating and a little active lifestyle.
Prevention is elementary - to lead a healthy lifestyle, not to consume large amounts of strong light hydrocarbons (glucose, sucrose, galactose) - that is, not to abuse sweets, sugary drinks, flour, it is better to eat complex carbohydrates, from which your body will be able to get what it needs in the right amount (there are various cereals, bran).
And of course physical activity, not necessarily serious sports, enough walks, walking, cycling, etc.
That's the whole simple recipe for prevention, good luck, don't get sick
Hmm. We were once taught in medicine, up to 5.5 mmol / l. On an empty stomach, of course.
If you are not sick with diabetes, you do not need to keep it in any way: the islets of Langerhans of your pancreas do it perfectly well.
If you have a bad heredity for type 2 diabetes , do not allow obesity.
If there are endocrinologists here, they will say something more sensible. You asked - I answered))